Title: Super Bowl 2014 – Defense Wins Championships
January 26, 2014 by VegasNews.com
We’ve all heard the saying that offense wins games, but defense wins championship and that might be evident next Sunday, on February 2, 2014 when Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos face Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks for Super Bowl 48 supremacy.
While offensive players tend to get the spotlight, the defensive squads are often the guys who are actually getting the job done. To win the Super Bowl, it is important for both sides to play well. The defense typically sets the tone for the entire game and these two teams aren’t short on defensive talent. Richard Sherman has recently made news headlines for comments made after his team won the NFC championship. Sherman seems to have plenty to prove on the field.
So you want to bet on Superbowl 48? The Broncos have a pretty good defense as well. The Broncos defense ranks highly in many statistics in most Super Bowl wagering previews. Danny Trevathan leads the Broncos in interceptions with 3 on the season. Players like Danny Trevathan and Richard Sherman have had major impact on Super Bowl online betting odds at sportsbook sites like Bovada, BookMaker, BetOnline and Betting-Super-Bowl.com which leads us to believe that in Super Bowl 2014 the team with the better defense will win Super Bowl 48 and help you win your football bets. Trevathan also leads the team in tackles with 87. This young player will continue to make a name for himself in the NFL. These two young defensive stars will likely highlight a defensive struggle in the Super Bowl. Both Russell Wilson and Peyton Manning tend to get a lot of press but this Super Bowl could be dominated by the defense. Have you ever thought about betting on the Super Bowl? If you aren’t sure how you can bet on the Super Bowl, you can find an online sports book that will take players from your region in order to begin betting today.
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