Which player will score first TD in SB50?
Which player will score the first touchdown in Super Bowl 50 when the Panthers and Broncos clash in Santa Clara on Sunday?
Well, according to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, quarterback Cam Newton has the best odds to score the first touchdown on Sunday at 6/1. His teammate Greg Olsen has the next best odds at 15/2 odds, while running back Jonathan Stewart is 8/1 to accomplish the feat.
There's seemingly good value in taking Denver running back C.J. Anderson, who is 10/1 to score the first touchdown of Super Bowl 50. His teammates Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are also 10/1, respectively, so is Carolina receiver Ted Ginn Jr.
Some of the mid-range long-shots to score the first touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday are Owen Daniels, Ronnie Hillman and Corey Brown, who are all 14/1, respectively. Mike Tolbert is also 16/1 while Devin Funchess and Jerricho Cotchery are 20/1, respectively. Andre Caldwell (25/1), Jordan Norwood (25/1) and Ed Dickson (33/1) round out the mid-range long-shots.
Which player listed at Bovada.lv has the longest odds to score the first touchdown in Super Bowl 50? That would be Peyton Manning at 50/1. In fact, the odds that no player scores a touchdown are 66/1, which shows how much faith oddsmakers have in "The Sheriff" to pull off the feat.