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Vegas Books Do Super Bowl Shuffle as Panthers Win Eight Straight

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The Carolina Panthers have sports books juggling their Super Bowl odds after becoming the first National Football League team in 20 years to run off eight straight victories following a 1-3 start.

The Panthers two days before the start of the season had 66-1 odds of winning the Super Bowl, according to online sports book Bovada.lv, putting them 25th among the league’s 32 teams.

 

More... http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-12-06/vegas-books-do-super-bowl-shuffle-as-panthers-win-eight-straight.html

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Is decent money over or under a grand?

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we should have never been that low to begin with.

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I wonder what our odds was when we was 1-3. 

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I put money on the Panthers to win the NFC a couple months before the season, I believe it was 33-1 at the time. 

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we should have never been that low to begin with.

I agree, which is why I made the bet. A rarely bet futures like that but 66-1 was hard to pass up on a team with so much potential.

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I have a ticket in my wallet for 66-1. Wish it was more than $20 now.... :)

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I put decent money down in June at 77-1. I hope we can pull it off, not just because I could then die happy, but because I could also afford to die in a Skyloft surrounded by top notch hookers and blow.

And for those that don't wanna click the link, the TL;DR version is Panthers were 66-1, and are now 10-1.

 

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