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AFC still favored in early Super Bowl line at Lucky's, but by mere point

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By Mike Wilkening

The AFC is a one-point favorite over the NFC in the early Super Bowl XLV line at Lucky's Race and Sports Book in Nevada, according to updated odds released Wednesday. The AFC was a 2½-point favorite agains the NFC as of Aug. 25 at Lucky's.

Lucky's current total for the Super Bowl (or the "Pro Football Championship," as it is referred to on the odds sheet) is 49; it was 50 as of Aug. 25. The AFC is a minus-120 favorite on the money line, with the NFC rated at even-money, according to the updated odds. Lucky's had the AFC at minus-144 and the NFC at plus-124 on the money line as of Aug. 25.

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