The Baltimore Ravens lead the San Francisco 49ers 7-3 at the end of the first quarter of Super Bowl XLVII. If you're playing the squares game, here's what you need to know.
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.