As incredible as it might sound it has been more than four decades or 46 years since the Super Bowl I was played in Los Angeles.

Turning back time we find ourselves as witnesses of the very first NFL championship bowl game ever played; where the Green Bay Packers battled the Kansas City Chiefs for a final score of 35-10 and just within a couple of days, all of us NFL sports betting fans will be enjoying one of the most talked about Super Bowl finals between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.

Here is a quick review of the Super Bowl finals for the past decade:

Super BowlYearLocationMatchupLine (Total)ScoreATS Result
XLVII2013New Orleans, LASan Francisco vs. BaltimoreTBD-TBD-TBD-
XLVI2012Indianapolis, INN.Y. Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -2.5 (53)N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17Underdog-Under
XLV2011Arlington, TXGreen Bay vs. PittsburghGreen Bay -3 (45)Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25Favorite-Over
XLIV2010Miami, FLNew Orleans vs. IndianapolisIndianapolis -5 (57)New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17Underdog-Under
XLIII2009Tampa, FLPittsburgh vs. ArizonaPittsburgh -7 (46)Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23Underdog-Over
XLII2008Glendale, AZN.Y. Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -12 (55)N.Y. Giants 17 New England 14Underdog-Under
XLI2007Miami, FLIndianapolis vs. ChicagoIndianapolis -7 (47)Indianapolis 29 Chicago 17Favorite-Under
XL2006Detroit, MIPittsburgh vs. SeattlePittsburgh -4 (47)Pittsburgh 21 Seattle 10Favorite-Under
XXIX2005Jacksonville, FLNew England vs. PhiladelphiaNew England -7 (46.5)New England 24 Philadelphia 21Underdog-Under
XXXVIII2004Houston, TXNew England vs. CarolinaNew England -7 (37.5)New England 32 Carolina 29Underdog-Over
XXXVII2003San Diego, CATampa Bay vs. OaklandOakland -4 (44)Tampa Bay 48 Oakland 21Underdog-Over


After so many years, the Super Bowl championship game has become much more than just two NFL teams playing each other, but an incredible money-making event where satellite television and mobile devices play enormous roles advertising wise.

One interesting fact about this weekend’s Super Bowl is the excessive amount of money, approximately 4.0 million US dollars many companies will pay for a 30-second TV spot during Super Bowl breaks, but it seems worth it as this is one of the most followed and watched event in the world of sports.

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