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NFL Pro Bowl Odds Analysis

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 17 December 2009 20:41

NFL Pro Bowl Odds Analysis at BSN SportsA ticket to the Super Bowl is beyond the reach of many people. A Pro Bowl ticket would be more accessible and comforting for the fans.

The NFL and the Host Committee of South Florida have plans to make the Pro Bowl (which will be held in U.S. mainland for the first time in three decades) an event more attractive than the last. There will be free admission to practice game, and many of the tickets will be quoted below $ 100 USD.

The NFL decided to move the Pro Bowl in Hawaii to Miami in 2010, where he plans to return for 2011 or 2012.

The Pro Bowl was played in a stadium with capacity for 50,000 people in Honolulu, the ability of Dolphins Stadium in Miami is around 72,000.

 

"The Pro Bowl is actually planned to be available to all, and one of the ideas is to attract more fans we have seen in past editions," said Frank Supovitz vice president of NFL events. "So economically, we do not believe that this is a conflict. We see it as very positive. "

Later this month, the owners of NFL teams will vote to decide the site of Super Bowl of 2013, which means that if the game returns to Florida for what would be the eleventh time, the Pro Bowl could also return that year.

One option not considered was to make the Super Bowl in London.

So far, the Quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees leads the NFL vote for the Pro Bowl in 2010 with 1,120,535 votes until Tuesday.

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