The Baltimore Ravens finished the first quarter of the 2013 Super Bowl leading the San Francisco 49ers 7-3. If you're playing the squares game at home, 7-3 now takes home a sizable portion of the pot.
Baltimore was first to get on the scoreboard, as Joe Flacco threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin in the end zone. If your game pays out after each score, the 7-0 square was on the board first.
The 49ers answered back with a 36-yard field goal later in the first quarter. Another payout for those going along score-by-score, 7-3 wins a bit of the pot as well.
As Nick Jaroszewicz, Anthony Zonfrelli, and Harry Chiel noted, the 7-0 square with the favorite's score ending in seven yields the highest payout. Holding the 0-0 square is a close second. There's plenty of time left for you to win some money, so stay tuned.