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Capitals vs Flyers Plus Super Bowl 50 Final Thoughts

Capitals vs Flyers Plus Super Bowl 50 Final Thoughts

Washington vs Philadelphia: NHL duel in the District

This is the second of four meetings this year and the series is split after the Capitals won 5-2 on the road in November and the Flyers posted a 4-3 (OT) decision in the District twelve days ago. In their contests yesterday, Washington earned a hard-fought 3-2 shootout win over the Devils in New Jersey while Philadelphia lost 3-2 (OT) versus the New York Rangers at home. The Caps (37-9-4) are first overall in the NHL and Philly (23-18-9) is seventh in the tough Metropolitan Division - a full 23 points behind Washington. Despite finishing 17 points ahead of Philadelphia last season - Washington was 1-2-1 against the Flyers and they were outscored by a 9-6 final count. Braden Holtby (32-5-3 GAA 2.06) facing Steve Mason (12-12-7 GAA 2.68) gives Washington an advantage in the netminding matchup today. Let’s make some Capital gains by backing Alex Ovechkin & Crew with a 500 unit wager on the money line price posted at the Sportsbook.ag online wagering website. As for Super Bowl 50......

Super Bowl 50: Game winner and proposition betting predictions

With our NFL Championship futures wagers safely backed up, to earn the best possible returns while protecting our original investments, we are done betting on the outcome of Super Bowl 50. If we were placing a wager – we would back Carolina on the Sportsbook.ag -210 money line price. Instead, we turn to a couple of prop options that have been traditional wagers for us. The “Yes or No” to Overtime prop has never paid the Yes side during the previous 49 Super Bowl battles. If YES is going to pay, the Golden Anniversary game would be perfect time. The “Jersey Number to Score the First TD” prop has brought us success in the past. Cam Newton, Ted Ginn Jr, Emmanuel Sanders and C. J. Anderson lead the Under 22 crowd while Jonathan Stewart, Greg Olsen, Demaryius Thomas and Ronnie Hillman highlight the Over side. Give us one-unit on YES to OT and another on OVER 22.5 as our Jersey first TD bet. Good Luck and enjoy an action packed Super Bowl Sunday Everybody!

Washington vs Philadelphia – Sportsbook.ag Betting Odds – NFL Super Bowl 50

Washington vs Philadelphia – Sportsbook.ag Betting Odds – NFL Super Bowl 50

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