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Arizona Would Be Underdogs vs. 10 Teams!


Steelers favored by at least 3-points against any team.
Two non-playoff teams would be favored vs. Cards.

Las Vegas, Nevada (January 20, 2009) – Arizona is a touchdown underdog vs. Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLIII. Amazingly, according to RJ Bell of, the Cards would be underdogs against 10 different NFL teams.

In addition to the Steelers, the teams that would currently be favored over Arizona on a neutral field are: Eagles, Giants, Panthers, Cowboys, Ravens, Titans, Colts, Patriots, and Chargers.

RJ Bell of said: “Sportsbooks accept millions of dollars of bets based upon their opinion, which they hold in a higher regard than the outcome of the NFL playoff system.”

Noteworthy is the fact that two non-playoff teams – New England and Dallas – would be favored over the NFC Champion Cardinals.

Arizona won three straight games as underdogs to reach Super Bowl XLIII. “Considering the odds on Arizona’s playoff games, the likelihood of the Cards winning all three was 26 to 1 against,” said RJ Bell of

Pittsburgh would be favored by at least a field goal against any other NFL team. is a news organization which consults experts in and outside of Las Vegas. Licensed Nevada oddsmakers and gaming executives are unable to communicate with full candor due to political considerations. Unrestricted by such limitations, provides the clearest estimate of the true sports betting market.

Las Vegas says the Steelers have a 72% to win this year’s game. Read about it here:

22 Super Bowl teams have been favored by 7-points or more, 17 won the game. Read about it here:

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