How would you like a Super Bowl so closely matched it could have the feel of a coin flip?
According to one Nevada oddsmaker, that’s what a Patriots-Packers Super Bowl could look like.
Nick Bogdanovich, the director of trading for William Hill U.S., would make a Packers-Patriots matchup in Super Bowl 49 a pick ’em, the oddsmaking firm told PFT on Tuesday.
In the case of a pick ’em, the straight-up winner of the game would cover the point spread.
The Packers and Patriots met in Green Bay on November 30, with the Packers winning 26-21 as three-point favorites at Lambeau Field. A rematch between the clubs would be at the neutral site of University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
In the other three potential Super Bowl matchups, the NFC winner would be favored, per Bogdanovich.
If both the top-seeded Seahawks and Patriots both win on Sunday, Seattle would be a 2.5-point favorite over New England.
In a Seahawks-Colts Super Bowl, Seattle would be favored by 6.5 points.
Finally, if both underdogs pull upsets this Sunday, the Packers would be four-point favorites over the Colts, according to Bogdanovich.