Super Bowl 50 will be the big event of the year and with all of the big names participating, there are bound to be some big bets.

Bets are up in the air right now.

The betting lines on all 32 teams are up as of right now and many of them are a bit wild.

Here’s a look at the bets and where the money will be coming from on Super Bowl betting lines: The Vegas line: The line on the Super Bowl is the favorite, with Vegas saying that it has the odds to win the game with an 80/20 bet at -0.9%.

This is a very strong line but the betting lines are getting crazy at the moment.

The lines are so high right now that most of the players are taking big risks right now to try and win the Super Cup.

There are a lot of good bets here, including: 1.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

Wilson has made a ton of money this season and he’s got a great history in the Superbowl.

He has a very good history in this game as well.

His Super Bowl run in 2009 came after the Superstars went out of business.

He made more money in the last four years than the last five combined.

He’s also the only quarterback in history to lead the Seahawks to four straight NFC Championship games.

This is his best bet right now because the Superstar bets will be so high.

Wilson is also the favorite for the Heisman Trophy.


Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

He and Arizona have a history of winning Super Bowls, winning it all in 2009 and 2010, and again in 2012.

The Cardinals are a team that will be on the rise this season.

They won’t be able to keep up with the Seahawks, but they have the talent and they have a good history.

Fitzgerald has a good chance to make a ton more money than the other wide receivers.


Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith.

Smith has a great career and he has a ton to prove.

He should have a strong Super Bowl campaign this year.


San Diego Chargers cornerback Tramaine Brock.

Brock is coming off a career year in 2013 when he was named the Defensive Player of the Year.

He is a good bet for a Super Bowl appearance.


New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

This year he had a fantastic season with the Patriots and they had a great season last year.

They had a huge year in the playoffs.

They have a lot to prove this year and Brady should have another great season.


Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Stafford is coming back after a disappointing 2012 season that saw him make $17 million last year and the Lions have a very talented roster.

They should be able put up big numbers this year with Stafford leading the way.

The Lions have the best line right now but Stafford is the best bet at this point in time.


Minnesota Vikings cornerback Captain Munnerlyn.

This could be the best Super Bowl of all time.

Munnerymonnerlyn has a solid history with the Vikings.

He won the SuperBowl in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and he had the best season in the league last year when he had five interceptions.

He will be playing in his third Super Bowl and the Vikings have a great track record.


New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.

Brees will be back for the SuperFinals this year, and he will have the highest-profile team of all of them, with the Saints playing in their third SuperBounce in five years.

This Super Bowl should be one for the ages.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Sean Spence.

Spence is a SuperBowler and he is a tough bet right here right now as he is the only linebacker that the Bucs have a chance to win.


New York Jets linebacker Justin Houston.

Houston has been one of the best linebackers in the NFL this season with 12 sacks and is one of a few that have a ton left in the tank.

He might have the toughest odds right now, but he’s one of those guys that will make big money.


Washington Redskins defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

McCoy is a great bet and he also has a history with Washington and has been a great player.


Carolina Panthers running back Todd Gurley.

Gurley has had a breakout season in 2017 and he should be the MVP of the Superdome.

He had a very successful year last year with the Panthers and he won the MVP in 2017.


Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker.

Booker has a lot going for him right now with the Broncos and he might be the biggest name on the line.


Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery.

Jeffery is a rookie with a lot left to prove and he may have the most impressive Super Bowl track record in recent memory.