Gamblers are betting what could be a record amount of money on Super Bowl XLVII. It's still too early to predict exactly how much money will be riding on the line, come February 3rd, but experts say the total being wagered in Las Vegas could approach the all time Super Bowl record--$94.9 million—set back in 2006.
"It's an intriguing match up because the coaches are brothers," says Jay Kornegay, vice president of Las Vegas' Superbook, the world's largest race and sports betting book. "The Ravens, the hottest team, may not have a large fan base, but they certainly add an intriguing element. There's the fact Ray Lewis is retiring. It's one of the better teams versus the hottest team."