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vBookie Event: NFC Wild Card: Seattle Seahawks vs Dallas Cowboys (NFL Playoffs)
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NFC Wild Card: Seattle Seahawks vs Dallas Cowboys (NFL Playoffs)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Seattle Seahawks +2.5 1/1 (1.00) 6 83760000030002008 WIN!
Dallas Cowboys -2.5 1/1 (1.00) 4 10200050000000025  
Over 43.5 Total Points Scored 1/1 (1.00) 2 500040000002081 WIN!
Under 43.5 Total Points Scored 1/1 (1.00) 0 0  
Seattle Seahawks Win 126/100 (1.26) 0 0  
Dallas Cowboys Win 100/146 F (0.68) 0 0 WIN!

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Old 01-06-2019, 12:53 PM   #15
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I didn't see the game, so pardon me if I'm missing something obvious, but why did the Seahawks go for two at the end of regulation? If they missed and then recovered the onside kick, a field goal would have been useless. No?

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