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Super Bowl LV is set to return to Tampa Bay, Florida on February 7th. Last year’s Super Bowl lived up to the hype. It was between what most people thought were the two best teams in the NFL. It highlighted contrasting styles, with consistent offense all season long from the Kansas City Chiefs, against a solid defensive group in the San Francisco 49ers. Ultimately, the Chiefs ended up winning the Super Bowl as the 49ers made plenty of mistakes in the second half of the game to choke their lead and lose the game. 

The 2020-2021 season will be completely different for betting. Super Bowl betting might be at an all-time high this season due to the pandemic potentially keeping fans from attending. With the expectation of having no pre-season games to help teams and players get comfortable, this NFL season will be interesting when betting on its outcome. 

Betting on the Super Bowl has become larger and larger every season. Today there are many more props to bet on than just picking a team to win. It pays to look at the Super Bowl betting odds before the start of the regular season. 

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AFC East

New England Patriots New England Patriots
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New England Patriots New England Patriots
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A brave new era got underway in New England after legendary quarterback Tom Brady left for the bright lights of Tampa Bay. The Pats responded by bringing in 2015 MVP Cam Newton as a free agent and then set about rebuilding their offense. The key concern for the franchise is Newton’s health and his ability to adapt to working with some distinctly average playmakers. Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer provide competition for the role, and they had a head start with the team’s system but it was Newton’s job to lose. Nick Folk also has big shoes to fill as he takes over kicking duties from Stephen Gostkowski.

The free-agent departures of Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins could undermine New England’s efforts to retain its status as the number one overall defense. Yet the Patriots remained favorites to win the AFC East ahead of Buffalo, so they will be an intriguing team to watch this season.

As of this writing, the Patriots are 2-1 with Cam Newton under center and the loss was in a game in which they almost beat the Seahawks in Seattle. New England will reach the playoffs if Newton maintains this level of play. It might not work every week but the team’s new identity is to grind out games on the ground and play defense. How far can they go?
Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills
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Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills
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Many bettors have backed Buffalo to surge to the top of the AFC East by the end of the regular season after they signed Stefon Diggs in the offseason. The Bills’ passing offense started to show signs of promise last year, and the arrival of Diggs had a transformative effect. Josh Allen now has the luxury of choosing from Diggs and John Brown, and Buffalo is a lot more dangerous. Much depends upon Allen’s willingness to take more risks and his ability to improve his processing time.

Devin Singletary and Zack Moss are trying to work effectively in tandem, and they offer energy and exuberance. The Bills have 10 defensive starters returning and depth in every position, so it is entirely conceivable that they will boast a top-three defense for the third straight season, with the likes of Tre’Davious White and Tremaine Edmunds leading the charge. 

The Bills faced their first true challenge against the Rams and while seeing them blow a 28-3 lead is discouraging, the fact that they built that lead in the first place was impressive and how they responded to adversity with their game-winning touchdown drive was inspiring.

This is an evolving team that had a character-building performance against the Rams, followed by a 30-23 win in Las Vegas. Adding Stefon Diggs was a very smart decision, he’s been a difference-maker and Josh Allen is playing at an MVP level. Allen’s growth is helping this team become legitimate Super Bowl contenders.
New York Jets New York Jets
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New York Jets New York Jets
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The rebuilding process continues apace for the Jets, whose preparations were plunged into chaos when safety Jamal Adams was traded to the Seahawks. That messy situation provided an unnecessary distraction for this team, which struggled for consistency last year.

Fans demand significant progression from Sam Darnold, who will be desperate for a breakout year. He has struggled under pressure, and he needs to improve on third down if he is to cement his status as the long-term future of this franchise. 

Le’Veon Bell promised to have the best year of his career but he was released on October 13th. There are several new starters and they need time to gel, so this offensive line has made a sluggish start. The Jets’ defense was rock solid last year, and they will need Quinnen Williams to fulfill his potential. 

The Jets have made a strong case for worst team in the NFL. Sam Darnold is struggling, they have no running game and their defense has been awful. It’s safe to say that the rest of the 2020 season is essentially an audition for whether Sam Darnold will be with the Jets in the near future. As for Adam Gase, is hard to see him keeping his job for long.
Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins
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Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins
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There is a great deal of excitement among Dolphins fans as they see the team’s first-round picks in action. Tua Tagovailoa and Byron Jones both show plenty of promise, and Miami appears to be improving on both sides of the ball.

The AFC East is wide open and, while the Dolphins are the underdogs, it is not beyond the realms of probability to envisage them making the playoffs. They need strong quarterback play, with Tagovailoa piling pressure on Ryan Fitzpatrick for a starting berth, and big performances from their young guns. It is thrilling to see Jones team up with Xavien Howard to strike fear into the hearts of opposing QBs. A playoff spot in the 2021 season is the main goal for this franchise, but Miami could be in contention towards the end of the 2020 regular season if they exceed expectations within this weak division. 

Ryan Fitzpatrick is obviously a transitional quarterback while Tua Tagovailoa is ready but the veteran quarterback can bring his “Fitzmagic” from time to time and lead the Dolphins to surprising results. How long will Fitzpatrick keep his job? Miami has a big decision to make but the 37-year-old will give it his all and make the most of his time over there. Tua is the future and it will be interesting to see if he will debut this season.

AFC South

Houston Texans Houston Texans
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Houston Texans Houston Texans
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Houston is adapting to life without DeAndre Hopkins after the first-team All-Pro wide receiver was traded to Arizona in March. He is a huge loss, but you could argue that the Texans’ offense can be more balanced in his absence. Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb provide more depth at wide receiver, and Deshaun Watson should enjoy a strong season with Cooks, Will Fuller and Kenny Stills charging forward.

It is interesting to see how newcomer David Johnson fares alongside Duke Johnson. Bill O’Brien was under immense pressure to succeed in Houston, as his return of four AFC South titles in six seasons has yielded just two playoff wins, and he made some questionable calls in big games.

Expecting the Texans to make the playoffs after an 0-3 start is a bit unrealistic. It’s not impossible but only six teams have made the playoffs after starting a season with three straight losses. Just 260 yards of total offense against the Steelers in Week 3 and five sacks of Deshaun Watson clearly didn’t help. To make matters worse, their 31-24 Week 4 loss against the Vikings cost Bill O’Brien his jobs as general manager and head coach.
Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans
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Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans
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Vegan power helped the Titans defy all expectations as they went all the way to the AFC Championship game last year. Derrick Morgan kick-started the trend and his wife Charity, a famous chef, began supplying 15 members of the team with plant-based meals. It helped power them to victories against New England and Baltimore in the playoffs, and expectations are high in the 2020 season. Ryan Tannehill was named Comeback Player of the Year, and it will be fascinating to see if he can maintain his impressive performance levels in the months ahead.

Tennessee relied heavily on Derrick Henry, and he still poses a considerable threat, while DaQuan Jones is tasked with leading the front seven after Jurrell Casey was traded to Denver. Kevin Byard and Rashaan Evans also need to guide some of their younger teammates if Tennessee is to repeat its 2019 heroics once again.

The Titans are getting the job done in terms of results but their wins have been far from impressive, particularly because their defense gave up 30 points in back-to-back weeks against the Jaguars and Vikings, two struggling teams.
The reeling Vikings even had a 12-point lead in the second half but the Titans still prevailed. Star running back Derrick Henry started slow this season but he played well in Minnesota, which is encouraging. It’s hard to say how good this team really is but they will be tested soon.
Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts
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Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts
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Big things were expected of 38-year-old quarterback Philip Rivers after he signed a one-year contract worth a cool $25 million. He was playing at an MVP level for large parts of the 2018 season, but he suffered a 23-turnover nightmare last year. If he rediscovers his best form, Indianapolis can be devastating.

Rivers benefits from an elite rushing attack and one of the best offensive lines in the business. On the downside, he did not have much time to work with his new teammates, but Frank Reich trusts him to lead the offense after the duo worked together in LA between 2013 and 2015, and he certainly looks like an improvement upon Jacoby Brissett. 

DeForest Buckner is a phenomenal talent, and he anchors a powerful defense alongside Darius Leonard. Indianapolis has a chance to win the division if they can keep key players healthy throughout the long and grueling season.  

The Colts opened the season with a disappointing 27-20 road loss against the Jaguars in Week 1 but Philip Rivers has played relatively well and rookie running back Jonathan Taylor proved that he can handle a significant number of carries behind one of the best offensive lines in the league. Indianapolis also has a sneaky-loaded defense and they can make some noise in the AFC.
Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars
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Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars
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It has been a miserable decade for Jags fans, who have seen their team secure just one winning season since 2010. They have now traded defensive stalwarts A.J. Bouye and Calais Campbell, which could make them even more vulnerable to the dynamic offenses in this division.

The arrivals of Joe Schobert and Yannick Ngakoue provide some optimism for long-suffering Jacksonville fans, but it looks poised to develop into another difficult season. The Jaguars traded Nick Foles to the Bears, paving the way for Gardner Minshew to continue as the starting QB for the franchise. He needs to cut out the turnovers if Jacksonville is to stand any chance of winning games.

The Jaguars might not be winless but that doesn’t mean that they’re a good football team. Rookie running back James Robinson has been a bright spot… he had 129 total yards with two touchdowns against the Dolphins but the defense provided no resistance and that won’t change soon. It will be another long year in Jacksonville. 

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens
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Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens
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Many sportsbooks have Baltimore as the joint favorite for Super Bowl glory along with reigning champion Kansas City. The Ravens posted the best regular season in the league last year. Lamar Jackson enjoyed a unanimous NFL MVP season and the offense was unstoppable, but Baltimore suffered a shock divisional playoff defeat to Tennessee. It has retained all but one starter one offense and its front seven has improved, so its defense should be stronger this time around, and the Ravens will be hell-bent on reaching the Super Bowl.

Within two years, Baltimore will have to offer Jackson a record-breaking deal in order to keep him happy, and that could have significant repercussions for the rest of the franchise, so the clock is ticking. Yet there will also be pressure on Jackson’s shoulders as he bids to repeat his brilliance from last year and lead his team on a much deeper playoff run.

The Ravens got outclassed on both sides of the ball against the Chiefs in Week 3, which has to be a big concern. The Chiefs were 10 of 13 on third downs and Lamar Jackson finished with a career-low 97 passing yards. Baltimore got back on track with wins at Washington and against Cincinnati. The Ravens have beaten the teams they were supposed to and they’re clearly contenders in the AFC but they have to figure out how to beat really good teams, especially the Chiefs. 
Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers
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Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers
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Pittsburgh’s 2019 season fell apart after starting QB Ben Roethlisberger suffered a long-term injury. However, its ferocious defense still managed to lead the team to a laudable 8-8 record. Now Big Ben ix back in business, so the passing game improved, and the defense has replicated its performance.

Javon Hargrave and Mark Barron have left, and the onus is on Devin Bush, Vince Williams to step up, while Stephon Tuitt re-establishes himself as the first-choice defensive end alongside Cameron Heyward. James Conner and JuJu Smith-Schuster improved with Roethlisberger throwing the ball downfield.

The Steelers are for real. Their defense looks as good as any in the NFL, especially pressuring the opposing quarterback and Ben Roethlisberger is completely healthy. The offense has been efficient behind Big Ben’s play and his many weapons. Rookie Chase Claypool, JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Conner and Eric Ebron have all stepped up this season and I wouldn’t be surprised if the Steelers put up a fight for the AFC North and make a deep playoff run.
Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns
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Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns
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There was a great deal of excitement among Browns fans as they geared up for the 2019 season, but the campaign ultimately ended in disappointment. Baker Mayfield needs to get back on track this year, and he should benefit from the arrival of Kevin Stefanski. Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry and Austin Hooper will give him plenty of passing options if the rushing game is on point. Kareem Hunt looks like a shrewd signing, and that should bring another exciting dimension to the Cleveland offense alongside Nick Chubb.

The defense has been hit by free agency departures, and they will need the likes of Jordan Elliott, Mack Wilson and Sione Takitaki to step up, and improvements are necessary from Olivier Vernon and Sheldon Richardson. The Browns caused a lot of bettors to rip up their tickets in despair last season, and they will need to generate a significant improvement if they are to compete in a formidable division. 

Nick Chubb ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries in the 34-20 win against the Washington Football Team in Week 3. It was against Washington but Cleveland might have discovered a successful path to win moving forward. They ran the ball 37 times and Baker Mayfield attempted just 23 passes. That kind of success running the ball and most importantly preventing turnovers, makes the Browns a dangerous team but it’s too early to name them potential contenders in the AFC.
Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals
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Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals
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Last year, long-suffering Cincinnati residents tried to add “being a Bengals fan” to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Ohio, arguing that it was an extremely stressful affliction. The Bengals finished bottom of the AFC North, with a 2-14 record – the worst of any team in the league. They have sought to shore up the defense by signing D.J. Reader from Houston and Trae Waynes from Minnesota, but the main question is how long it will take first round draft pick Joe Burrow to grow accustomed to life in the NFL.

Big things are expected of the Heisman Trophy winner. The Bengals’ offense was abysmal last year, and Andy Dalton’s stats were poor, so the arrival of an exciting young talent like Burrow improves their fortunes, although it is unrealistic to expect him to turn them into a playoff team in his rookie year. 

The play of rookie quarterback Joe Burrow and wide receiver Tyler Boyd having a breakout game in Philadelphia give the Bengals reasons for optimism moving forward. This is a team that’s getting better but they have a ways to go before they can be considered contenders.

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs
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Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs
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The reigning Super Bowl champions are the favorites to seize the Vince Lombardi trophy for the second year in a row. They would become the first repeat champions since the all-conquering New England Patriots team of 2003-04 if they could pull it off.

The outrageously talented Patrick Mahomes has just signed a 10-year deal that makes him the world’s highest-paid athlete, and he will be keen to secure another Super Bowl ring by the age of 25. He is a strong leader, and he will not tolerate any lack of motivation from his teammates. Rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire makes the Chiefs’ offense more potent, the Kansas City defense still looks solid, and it is easy to see why they are the favorites for the title. However, every opponent will be desperate to beat them, so it promises to be a tough season for Mahomes and co. 

The Chiefs haven’t played especially well in three of their last four games. They barely escaped Los Angeles with a win against the Chargers and made a statement against the Ravens but they followed it up with an unimpressive win against a Patriots team without Cam Newton and a disappointing home loss against the Raiders.

Patrick Mahomes has been ridiculous as usual but seeing Las Vegas put up 40 points against the Kansas City defense has to be concerning. The secondary was exposed and the road ahead has some tough opponents but at the end of the day, anyone can have a bad game. It was an ugly loss but they will learn from it. Make no mistake about it, this is still the team to beat in the NFL.
Las Vegas Raiders Las Vegas Raiders
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Las Vegas Raiders Las Vegas Raiders
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A new chapter began for the Raiders this year. After long stints in Oakland and LA, the three-time Super Bowl champions have now relocated to Sin City. Locals will be eager to watch them in action at Allegiant Stadium as soon as possible, but they should provide plenty of entertainment for TV audiences. The Raiders signed plenty of interesting players in the offseason, including linebackers Nick Kwiatkoski and Cory Littleton.

Maxx Crosby and Clelin Ferrell have been on an upward curve, so the Raiders’ defense should be more impressive this time around. They finished 7-9 last year, and they could improve upon that record if Derek Carr steps up a gear. He benefits from the addition of rapid first-round pick Henry Ruggs III, and the offensive line looks solid.

The Raiders were off to a 2-0 start but their defense was outplayed in Week 3 against the Patriots and couldn’t stop the run. Derek Carr has been efficient this season and they have some talented playmakers but their schedule in the next few weeks is tough and any team with an efficient running game and a competent head coach can beat them. They just shocked the Chiefs at home though, so it’s hard to know what to expect from them moving forward. The Raiders could well sneak into the playoffs. 
Denver Broncos Denver Broncos
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Denver Broncos Denver Broncos
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The Broncos have the youngest offense in the business this year, with an average age of just 24. Second-year quarterback Drew Lock has more firepower at his disposal after the Broncos added Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler, and this offense looks brimming with pace, dynamism and talent.

Lock will be under pressure to lead this team to a winning season, and he might enjoy playing in some empty or partially filled stadiums in the months ahead. Poor results on the road cost the Broncos a playoff place last year, so Lock and company could benefit from playing under less pressure if there are no fans to goad them when they are away from home.
Defensive end Kyle Peko has opted out of the season due to COVID-19, but he would only have provided depth. A bigger concern is replacing four-time Pro Bowler Chris Harris Jr., and Broncos fans will have to hope that Bryce Callaghan can remain injury-free in 2020.

The Denver Broncos are without quarterback Drew Lock, wide receiver Courtland Sutton and star edge-rusher Von Miller. Sutton and Miller are out long-term and so far this team has been dominated by their opponents in every facet of the game. Even the Jets made their defense look bad. Denver isn’t winless anymore but their near future doesn’t look as bright as it did in the offseason.
Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers
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Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers
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Tyrod Taylor felt the heat this year after the Chargers snapped up the promising Justin Herbert as the number six overall draft pick. Taylor got the nod to start, as Herbert had scant time to train with his new teammates due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the young man pushed him for that berth. The Chargers may still come to regret not signing Cam Newton when they had the chance, but Anthony Lynn was bullish on Taylor and he had suitable competition in the form of Herbert. 

The Chargers have a mobile offense, an arriving Pro Bowl guard in Trai Turner and a wealth of excellent cornerbacks, so they should improve on last season’s 5-11 record. One weakness is a lack of depth at running back, while the situation surrounding Joey Bosa is far from ideal, but overall Chargers fans can feel cautiously optimistic about the team improving this year. 

Justin Herbert recently took over under center because a Chargers team doctor accidentally punctured Tyrod Taylor’s lung while trying to administer a pain-killing injection to his cracked ribs before the Week 2 game against the Chiefs.

Herbert almost led them to an upset win against the Chiefs but the then-winless Panthers beat them in Week 3. The rookie signal-caller committed two turnovers against Carolina and he is still finding himself. Head coach Anthony Lynn recently announced that Herbert would remain the team’s starter for the rest of the season. This can do wonders for Herbert’s confidence.

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
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Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
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Mike McCarthy was tasked with getting the Cowboys past the divisional round this year after replacing Jason Garrett as head coach. He had plenty of success in reaching the playoffs during his time in Green Bay, but he has to hit the ground running in the pressure cooker Dallas environment. McCarthy has a seriously talented team at his disposal.

The Cowboys may have gone 8-8 last year and missed the playoffs, but they suffered several narrow defeats and played below their potential. Dak Prescott was motivated to reach new heights ahead of upcoming contract negotiations, and he could have led the Cowboys deep into the playoffs, while Ezekiel Elliott demands to play a key role. The Dallas offense is magnificent, but the defense has been its undoing. Byron Jones and Robert Quinn have left for new pastures, and there have been some teething problems as Mike Nolan bids to implement a new system. 

The defense was exposed against the Seahawks, surrendering 412 total yards. Three turnovers also didn’t help but they’re in trouble, their secondary was hit hard by injuries and their pass rush has to improve significantly. Right now is hard to see them turning a corner under new head coach Mike McCarthy. Many NFC teams are in a better position to compete this year and Dak Prescott’s devastating ankle injury in Week 5 is a massive blow for them.
Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles
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Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles
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The Eagles raised eyebrows across the league when they selected Jalen Hurts on day two of the draft. They clearly felt the need to take drastic action after seeing their playoff chances regularly fall apart as a result of injuries to starting QB Carson Wentz. It does leave the possibility of controversy, but the Eagles won the Super Bowl when Nick Foles stepped into Wentz’s shoes, and Hurts will hope to make a similar impact in his rookie year.

First-round draft pick Jalen Reagor could also help the passing attack, which has proved their undoing in recent years, but there are still make question marks over the wide receiver room. The Eagles have brought in versatile hybrid players on defense, and the arrivals of Darius Slay and Nickell Robey-Coleman make the cornerback department a lot more solid. Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham are two of the best in the business, and they could help the Eagles reach the playoffs if they stay healthy, but it all depends on that passing attack.

Yes, the Eagles have been hit hard by injuries and they did win the NFC East despite having a 9-7 record last season but this team is underperforming, to say the least. Carson Wentz has regressed this year, the offense is stale and head coach Doug Pederson’s play-calling has been questionable. Travis Fulgham’s breakout games are encouraging but the Eagles seem lost at times.
New York Giants New York Giants
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New York Giants New York Giants
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Joe Judge leads a new-look Giants team into battle this year after taking over from Pat Shurmur. It is Judge’s first head coaching role and he has not had the opportunity to put his stamp on the team in the offseason due to the pandemic. New coordinator Jason Garrett has not had time to work on-field practices with second-year QB Daniel Jones in the offseason either, which could be a recipe for disaster. However, Jones has already proven himself to be a quick learner, and he could improve under Garrett’s tutelage as the season wears on.

The likes of Golden Tate, Evan Engram, Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton look extremely potent, but the defense looks slightly underwhelming and it has hard to see this team picking up more than seven wins over the course of the season.

Losing Saquon Barkley to a season-ending ACL tear was a huge blow for the Giants, who weren’t a good team with him. They hit rock bottom in Week 3 when the 49ers backups dismantled them. This tells you all you need to know about this team and how far they have fallen. Their rebuild continues!
Washington Football Team Washington Football Team
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Washington Football Team Washington Football Team
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The franchise hit headlines around the world when it announced plans to change its name this summer. It has dropped “Redskins” from its name, and it will be known as Washington Football Team on a temporary basis until it comes up with a suitable replacement. Ron Rivera is the new head coach following the departure of Bill Callahan, and there were plenty of changes to the roster too.

First-round pick Chase Young is expected to provide star power, while the likes of Kyle Allen, Kendall Fuller, Wes Schweitzer, Thomas Davis and Kevin Pierre-Louis have joined the revolution. It looks like a transitional year for Washington, but the defense shows tremendous promise. Rivera will bid to implement a new culture in Washington, while fans will hope to see QB Dwayne Haskins improve this year. He will need strong support if Washington is to better the tally of three wins that it picked up last year.

Washington has shown glimpses of what they can become. They have a good defensive line but Haskins has already lost his job as starting quarterback. The glimmers of hope are real and they’re much better under Ron Rivera than they were last year but this is a team that will face growing pains all season long.

NFC South

New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints
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New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints
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The Saints bid to banish the memory of three consecutive heartbreaking playoff defeats behind them as they chase after glory in 2020. Drew Brees is now 41 years old and he is running out of chances to earn another Super Bowl ring. He upset several teammates and a number of fans with his comments earlier this year. Brees apologized and admitted he “completely missed the mark”, but now it is time for him to do his talking on the field of play.

Taysom Hill and Jameis Winston are fighting for the backup QB position, and both are talented individuals, but Brees carries the franchise’s hopes on his shoulders this year. The Saints did well to tie Andrus Peat and David Onyemata down to long-term contracts, and they should be among the main contenders this year. Yet they must learn to become clinical in clutch moments in playoff games. There was no shame in losing to a terrible call against the Rams two years ago, but last year’s defeat against the Vikings was a shock, and the Saints will need to display greater mental strength to succeed this year.

Their losses against the Raiders and Packers were concerning and they were down 14-0 against the Lions in Week 4 before 35 unanswered points pretty much secured the win. Being without their star wide receiver Michael Thomas because of a high ankle sprain hasn’t helped but Alvin Kamara is stepping up on the ground and through the air. The Saints haven’t been the dominant team that won 13 games last season but their upcoming games are winnable and the NFC South title is not out of reach at all.
Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons
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Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons
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Todd Gurley seeks redemption in Atlanta this year after the Rams took the brutal decision to release him. He was the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2017 after scoring 19 offensive touchdowns, and he helped the Rams reach the Super Bowl the following year, but his production fell off a cliff in 2019. Now he has signed a one-year contract worth $5.5 million with the Falcons, and he will be desperate to prove his worth.

Atlanta’s run offense ranked a dismal 30th last year, so big improvements are expected in that department. Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley are brilliant receivers, and Matt Ryan’s quality is beyond reproach, so Atlanta was supposed to be dangerous this year. There are question marks over the young cornerbacks, but the Falcons can be involved in some exciting, high-scoring games throughout 2020.

To their credit, the Falcons have been able to race out to big leads… holding them has been a major issue though and they’ve already had monumental collapses this season. The Week 5 loss against the Panthers cost head coach Dan Quinn his job but at least there’s nowhere to go but up.  
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Bettors have fallen over themselves to back the Bucs in the futures markets after they managed to lure Tom Brady to Tampa Bay. He clearly felt the supporting cast was a lot more impressive than the options he had at his disposal in New England, giving him a better chance of adding to his impressive tally of Super Bowl rings before he retires.

Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and O.J. Howard should relish the opportunity to play with the great man, while the arrival of Rob Gronkowski provides Brady with a familiar face. It will be fascinating to see whether he continues to thrive in a new era of highly mobile quarterbacks like Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes. He needs to adjust to a totally new coaching staff and new receivers for the first time in his career, and the lack of an offseason could prove damaging to his chances of success, but you write off Brady at your peril.

The Buccaneers are clearly a work in progress. They erased a 31-7 deficit against the Chargers in Week 4, which was even more impressive because star wide receiver Chris Godwin didn’t play but then they lost 20-19 in Chicago in Week 5, jumping out to a 13-0 lead. To make matters worse, Tom Brady appeared to lose count of downs on his final play with seconds remaining.

These two games pretty much sum up the Buccaneers this season. You can’t count out Tom Brady and this team has a lot of talent but you just don’t know what to expect from them for the rest of the season. Contending is not impossible but they have to improve considerably.
Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers
Opened at +15000
Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +15000
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +15000
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Expectations were low among Panthers fans as they prepared to watch their new-look team this year. Stalwarts like Cam Newton, Greg Olsen and Luke Kuechly have departed, and a host of new arrivals were thrown in at the deep end when the season began.

New head coach Matt Rhule leads an extremely inexperienced staff, including 30-year-old offensive coordinator Joe Brady, and the Panthers would certainly have benefited from a normal offseason. Instead, has been a case of trial and error. Teddy Bridgewater has big shoes to fill, and he hopes to replicate the performance levels that saw him go 5-0 when Drew Brees was out injured at New Orleans last year. There is promise in the likes of Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel, and Carolina’s decision to prioritize the defense in the draft could prove shrewd. Derrick Brown looks like a major talent, and it is exciting to see him perform alongside Kawann Short. 

Losing McCaffrey to a high ankle sprain in Week 2 was a big blow for the Panthers but they still managed to win against the Chargers in Week 3 behind the play of six-year veteran Mike Davis, who tallied 91 total yards on 21 touches and even caught a touchdown pass. The Carolina defense also stepped up, forcing four turnovers that led to 13 of their 21 points and they followed that effort up with two more wins. Keep an eye on them for the rest of the season.

NFC North

Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers
Opened at +2800
Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2800
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2800
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A great deal of intrigue surrounded the Packers ahead of the new season. They finished 13-3 and went all the way to the NFC Championship game last year, only to find themselves overrun by a rampant San Francisco. The defense was strong, while the offense was unexpectedly inconsistent, leaving many question marks as we head into the season. The Packers will have to work on their run defense, which ranked 23rd last year.

There are few new faces, so it will be up to the existing bunch to improve. Yet the offense should be more impressive this time around, as there are signs of a run-first strategy being implemented, and Aaron Rodgers is feeling the heat after the Packers shocked everyone by drafting Jordan Love in the first round. The NFC North is a wide-open division, but the Packers will clinch it if they tighten up the defense and the run game proves successful.

 Rodgers is playing out of his mind and the Packers are rolling, even with Davante Adams missing some time. The defense has room for improvement but the offense has been unstoppable, with Allen Lazard stepping up in a big way and Aaron Jones setting the tone as an every-down threat. Many expected the Packers to take a step back this season but it looks like the NFC North is theirs to lose and a Super Bowl trip is possible. How far can Rodgers take them? 
Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings
Opened at +2700
Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2700
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2700
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The Vikings need to adjust to life without star receiver Stefon Diggs after he forced through a move to Buffalo. His departure hurt this offense, but it might have actually improved the morale in the locker room. The Vikings have been one of the most consistently impressive teams in the NFC over the past few years, but a few stalwarts have now moved on and it will be time for the younger generation to come to the fore.

Kirk Cousins should prove to be a reliable quarterback after producing a career-high overall grade of 84.1 last year. The dynamic Dalvin Cook will be worth his weight in gold if he remains healthy. Yet the key concerns are at wide receiver, where rookie first-rounder Justin Jefferson will try to fill the void left by Diggs, and the defense, which has been ravaged by the loss of five starters.

The Vikes couldn’t hold a 24-12 lead in the third quarter against the Titans in Week 3 and their defense has been just terrible. Cook and Jefferson are stepping up but it’s hard not to wonder if Mike Zimmer will be their head coach next season, even after winning their first game recently.
Chicago Bears Chicago Bears
Opened at +4500
Chicago Bears Chicago Bears
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +4500
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +4500
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Nick Foles has battled with Mitchell Trubisky for the starting quarterback role in Chicago after joining from the Jags. Trubisky finished 28th in QBR last year, with just 39.4, and he threw a mere 17 touchdown passes. Matt Nagy worked with Foles in Philadelphia and Kansas City and he could bring more stability and offer the potential for more high-end play.

The Chicago Bears have a plethora of options at tight end, and a veteran like Jimmy Graham or Demetrius Harris will be required to offer a lot more than they have had in that position in recent years. Chicago’s defense has been its most potent weapon, but it has slowly been eroded over the past couple of years, and the onus will be on the younger players to prove themselves. The Bears will also need a big season from Khalil Mack, who was uncharacteristically quiet last year as the team finished third in its division. Robert Quinn looks like an inspired signing, and his arrival helps spur Mack on to greater heights. 

The Bears trailed the Falcons 26-10 in Week 3 and it looked like they were going to be exposed but Nick Foles replaced Mitchell Trubisky and led the Bears to an epic 30-26 win after completing 16 of 29 passes for 188 yards and three touchdowns. Foles will likely take over under center for at least the next few games and it will be interesting to see if the team’s hot start leads the long-term success or not. So far they’ve had mixed results.
Detroit Lions Detroit Lions
Opened at +7500
Detroit Lions Detroit Lions
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +7500
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +7500
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The Lions are the underdogs in the NFC North after winning just three games last year. There were mitigating factors, as Matthew Stafford spent large chunks of the season injured and morale plummeted after a few narrow defeats in the opening stages.

There was some cause for optimism in Detroit, as Stafford looked in great shape ahead of the new season and the Lions made some interesting defensive signings. Trey Flowers needs more help in the defensive line, and Danny Shelton and the Okwara brothers need to hit the ground running. Top draft pick Jeff Okudah has to replace Darius Slay.

It’s hard to see the Lions going anywhere this season, although they did beat the Cardinals on the road in Week 3. The return of star wide receiver Kenny Golladay is a massive boost for them but their running game has to improve. The bottom line is that this team is outcoached on most games and playing in the same division as the Packers and Bears is not easy. A playoff berth is not impossible but don’t expect them to make a deep run if they do make it somehow.

NFC West

San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers
Opened at +825
San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +825
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +825
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The Niners will bid to recover from the heartbreak of their Super Bowl defeat by making a flying start to the new season. They will arguably never have a better chance of winning the Super Bowl, as there was no way that the roster could remain so loaded this year. Key performers had to go, and the 49ers decided to sacrifice DeForest Buckner while holding onto Arik Armstead and Jimmie Ward.

The loss of Buckner is a blow, and it is hard to imagine the Niners being so hot on defense this year. That means they will need a better season from Jimmy Garoppolo, who was significantly overshadowed by Patrick Mahomes in the big game. He must cut out the turnovers, become more efficient and prove that he can be trusted in key moments. There is also pressure on Kyle Shanahan to improve his playing calling it big moments. History is littered with teams that crumbled after losing the Super Bowl, and the Niners will have to work hard to avoid joining that list.

The 49ers were banged up at both sides of the ball, missing a number of key players but they displayed resilience with three forced turnovers on defense and zero punts against the Giants. Their coaching staff and depth can help them survive this rash of injuries and once Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk can play together and George Kittle returns, look out! Expect this team to contend like last year. Not having their best edge-rusher Nick Bosa hurts but the 49ers can go far once again.
Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks
Opened at +2000
Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2000
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +2000
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“Let Russ cook” has become the mantra among many Seahawks fans in recent years. They have grown disgruntled with the run-heavy offense that Pete Carroll prefers, arguing that the great man is unable to play to his full potential in the system. They switched to an up-tempo offense, with David Canales now in charge of coordinating the passing game.

Carroll’s son, Dave, is tasked with coordinating the running game. On the other side of the ball, the Seahawks defense struggled last year. The loss of Jadeveon Clowney could prove disastrous unless Bruce Irwin and Benson Mayowa can find a way to put in career-best seasons. The Seahawks also have several new starters in the offensive line, and that lack of continuity could also be problematic in lieu of a proper offseason.

For now, the Seahawks are alone in first place in the NFC West. Wilson has been the league MVP so far and Seattle needs more heroics from him to stay on top of their division (the toughest in the NFL) and contend in the playoffs. Their struggling secondary is a concern. Can the Seahawks improve their pass defense on time? Having to win almost every game via shootout is not a recipe for success in the playoffs and this team could regress.
Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams
Opened at +5500
Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +5500
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +5500
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The Los Angeles Rams suffered an epic Super Bowl hangover last year. Hopes were high after they tied Jared Goff down to the most lucrative contract of all-time, but his production fell off a cliff. Todd Gurley was a shadow of his former self, and he has now been axed. The 9-7 Rams missed the playoffs last year, making it the first time they have missed the postseason in the Sean McVay era.

The highly-rated head coach has decided to bring in an offensive coordinator in the form of Kevin O’Connell, while Brandon Staley has taken over from Wade Phillips as defensive coordinator, so McVay could benefit from a fresh new dynamic in 2020. The losses of Dante Fowler Jr. and Clay Matthews will hit the team in the early weeks, but Leonard Floyd looks like an excellent addition to the pass rush department. The main concern will be mitigating the loss of Gurley, with Malcolm Brown, Darrell Henderson Jr. and Cam Akers expected to share the load.

The Rams trailed the Bills 28-3 in Week 3 before scoring 29 unanswered points to take the lead with just over four minutes to play but the Bills still found a way to win 35-32. Their fight in the comeback against the Bills was impressive and they followed up that loss with back-to-back wins against the Giants and Redskins. The effort against the Giants was far from encouraging but this team has a fairly favorable schedule in the next few weeks. Can they be taken seriously as Super Bowl contenders?
Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals
Opened at +4000
Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +4000
Super Bowl LV Odds: Opened at +4000
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The Arizona Cardinals hope to see Rookie of the Year Kyler Murray continue on an upward curve as he leads the team into the 2020 season. He passed for 3,722 yards for 20 touchdowns last year, despite playing in a struggling team. This time around he will benefit from a significantly improved supporting cast, including an elite playmaker in DeAndre Hopkins.

The four-time Pro Bowler will line up alongside Christian Kirk and the veteran Larry Fitzgerald, who could enjoy a new lease of life now that the opposition will have Hopkins to worry about. Chandler Jones will bid for another double-digit sack season, and he will also benefit from a stronger pass rush around him thanks to the arrivals of Jordan Phillips, Isaiah Simmons, De’Vondre Campbell and Devon Kennard. All in all, the Cardinals should be much improved in 2020 and they can play their part in a delicately poised NFC West.

The Cardinals had a pair of impressive wins to open the season but back-to-back losses against the Lions and Panthers are reminders that this is a young team with a lot to learn. The defense was exposed against the Lions and Panthers and the schedule will only get tougher. Still, there’s no shortage of talent on both sides of the ball and they rebounded nicely with a dominant win against the Jets. Can they stay in the hunt for the NFC West?

Super Bowl LV Odds and Betting News





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Super Bowl Odds Explained

The most common bet to make when Super Bowl betting is picking against the spread. As you can see in the following example, the Chiefs are a one-point favorite over the 49ers. Therefore, the Chiefs will have to win by more than one point so you can win your bet.

Kansas City Chiefs (-1) vs. San Francisco 49ers, O/U 54

Note that if the Chiefs win by just one point, the game is labeled as a push. This means you will be refunded on your super bowl bet. If you bet on the other side and took the San Francisco 49ers at +1 you would also get their money back. These odds and bets can be played throughout the entire football season and isn’t just for Super Bowl betting.

There have also been plenty of action on the point total when Super Bowl betting. Let’s just say that betting an over or under is the second most popular bet when Super Bowl betting. When betting on the over or under in a game, you’re betting the combined score is either lower or higher than the total amount of points scored.

Last Super Bowl, the total was set at 54 for Super Bowl 54. The total amount scored in the game was 51 points. Therefore, bettors who bet the under would have won their bets on the big game.

How Does Live Betting Work?

You can also live bet during the Super Bowl. This type of betting has gotten much more popular throughout the years and is used to find more value in your bets. While the game is going on, there is plenty of opportunity to live bet the future for the Super Bowl. Most online sportsbooks will have a feature to live bet play-by-play or the spread, total, and moneyline. For example, let’s say that the New England Patriots are facing the Green Bay Packers for this year’s Super Bowl.

In this scenario, the New England Patriots were three-point favorites to start the game. However, in the second quarter, the Green Bay Packers are up, 10-7. Online sportsbooks will give you the opportunity to bet on the Patriots with brand new odds. Those odds will include higher value as the Patriots would be losing at the time. If you still believe the Patriots will win, betting on the live line would be the way to go.

Live betting is like cutting the line. You can also bet on the next team to score, the next player to score, as well as whether the next play will be a run or a pass.

Options change second by second, so make sure to check our Betting Sites Guide to find the best sportsbooks that offer live betting value for the Super Bowl.

Second Half Betting

After you’ve watched the first half of the Super Bowl, halftime could help you make an additional bet when odds open at online sportsbooks. Due to the half-time performance, you have plenty of time to wager on what will happen in the second part of the game. Again, there are plenty of options to choose from when betting on the Super Bowl thanks to online sportsbooks.

What Is a Prop Bet?

The wagering options in the Super Bowl are not limited to which team will win or lose the game, or cover the spread.

Over/Under bets and team totals are also offered, just like in regular season games but props or proposition bets on a variety of possible outcomes not limited to the game itself help make the Super Bowl even more entertaining than it already is.

Super Bowl prop bets are based on a variety of possible outcomes on the day of the Super Bowl and engage fans way before the game takes place, right through it and after it. Props are like games within the Super Bowl itself and they’re easy to make, even those who are not expert football bettors can get involved.

A few of the hundreds of Super Bowl props offered at different sportsbooks are the opening coin toss, the length of the National Anthem, which team will score the first touchdown of the game, which quarterback will throw the first touchdown pass and which team will call a timeout first.

Player performance propositions like Over/Under quarterback passing yards, running back rushing yards and wideout receiving yards, to mention a few, are also very popular.

BetOnline offered props and post-game props for Super Bowl LIV like the color of the liquid poured on the winning head coach and who will the Super Bowl MVP mention first.

Super Bowl 2021 Betting Odds

At Sportsbook Review we have a list that features only the best online sportsbooks in the business. If you’re looking to bet the Super Bowl and are looking for the best NFL odds for teams like the Dallas Cowboys or the Los Angeles Rams or maybe even the Baltimore Ravens, you can visit one of these prime sportsbooks.

At BetOnline, for example, you will find the Super Bowl odds for every single team in the NFL. They even list the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are projected to be the worst team in the NFL next season.

Online sportsbooks also provide plenty of NFL futures and Super Bowl futures so that you can sweat the action all season long.

One of the best sportsbooks at this is Bookmaker. They have the best odds the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl at +546. However, if you think the Pittsburgh Steelers will win the Super Bowl, the best book to use would Bovada. As you can tell, there are plenty of betting options for teams to win the game. The betting odds vary on all different sites so make sure to shop around all of our top-rated betting sites for the best odds.

Keep in mind that the betting lines change extremely quickly. Tom Brady left New England for Tampa Bay and betting options for the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers win totals became greater. Do not be caught off-guard!

You can follow Sportsbook Review’s NFL picks page to know everything about betting and predictions in the NFL. We provide betting tips and help you place wagers throughout the entire season.

Where to Bet the Super Bowl Legally

There are currently 14 states that are allowing sports wagering. And there are another fourteen states that are expected to legalize in the next year or two. Please note that online sports betting is legal in Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Iowa, Indiana, and West Virginia. For those of you who do not live in one of these states in America, you will have to resort to offshore markets at this time.

Whether you can bet legally or turn to offshore markets, we will be sure to point you to the right online sportsbook. At SBR, we have reviews on every single popular sportsbook to make sure that you pick the perfect one that suits your needs for NFL betting.

Betting on the Super Bowl LV Winner Early

Super Bowl LV might not have many fans in attendance in Tampa Bay, Florida, but it’s too far in advance to tell. This season, with many people sitting home and watching games, there will be more NFL betting in anticipation of Super Bowl LV. You can already bet on the Super Bowl in terms of futures which is a great way to get in the action before the year even begins.

The NFL Futures betting lines will move as the year continues but you can still place wagers and continue sports betting even after the first week is over. You will also be able to bet on the point spread for every game before Super Bowl LV. There’s so much money involved in sports betting as many people pick a couple teams that they believe can win it all.

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How to Bet Super Bowl Futures

When betting on the Super Bowl, futures bets can be a great way of getting in on the action way before the season begins. This allows you to become more involved throughout the NFL 2021-2020 campaign. These bets can help shift focus to a team other than yours during the regular season. There are other futures bets than just the Super Bowl LV champion. You can also bet on the most valuable player, rookie of the year, and which team will win a certain division

You can also bet the over or under on whether a team will win a certain amount of games throughout their campaign as well. Making these bets will have you on the edge of your seat wherever you catch the games.

Also, just like in a single game, odds can change based on injuries. If you place a bet on a team to win the Super Bowl and a key player is injured, the odds and lines for your bet will more than likely decline. However, if your team is healthy and playing well while winning a bunch of games, lines and odds might increase and you might have a bet that can’t be wagered any more for those specific odds.

Seriously, there’s nothing like placing a wager on a longshot team early in the offseason and then watching it hit. We didn’t see many 49ers bets for last year after winning just four games the year before. But if you put a longshot wager on the 49ers in 2019, you would’ve been sweating it out until the final game.

Which team will you put your money on and bet on making it to the Super Bowl and winning? I will look at betting the Seattle Seahawks to win the Super Bowl at +2200 NFL odds.

Make sure to bet on the Super Bowl before all the action begins. You’re more likely to get the best odds when sports betting on the big game.

Please make sure to wager responsibly when sports betting. You are wagering actual money for these bets and you won’t see this money throughout the entire season. Understand that your wager will be tied up when sports betting on the Super Bowl as you will need to wait until the final outcome to receive your winnings (if you win when sports betting the Super Bowl).

It’s always fun when sports betting the Super Bowl but don’t forget that you can wager on the entire slate of games in 2020-2021. There is a point spread for every game on the NFL slate and you can make bets for each game. Each week, most, if not all, teams play a game that you can bet on the lines including point spread, money lines and totals. Every week you can choose to fade the same team or you can continue to put bets on the same team.

The Super Bowl brings in the most bets on a game throughout the year as people who aren’t even interested in the NFL decide to have bets on the game.

This year will be no different. Odds will change at a rapid pace throughout the year so it would be a great idea to get in on the action early and start betting on the Super Bowl. You can do your research online and read the many NFL Free Picks articles at SBR to get the Super Bowl win.

How to Bet NFL Futures

When looking at sports betting the Super Bowl, you’ll notice that all online sportsbooks after different layouts and odds but generally speaking, most sports betting platforms are the same. Every platform has the big game and allows you to bet on the Super Bowl along with the full slate of NFL games throughout. On these sportsbooks you can bet on your favorite team or place bets on futures like the Super Bowl champion or the MVP.

To bet on NFL futures, look at your online sportsbook and click the following: “NFL” or “Pro Football.” There, you will see the Week 1 schedule with a 16-game slate listed with a point spread for each game.

Remember, each book also has specials so that you can bet on the Super Bowl early. Who doesn’t want to get in on the action and bet on the big game early hoping that their favorite team wins and gets first place in the standings to then receive a bye week?

Not only can you bet on the Super Bowl, but you can also bet on so many prop bets for personal player achievements like the MVP award or the Comeback Player of the Year award. There is a huge selection of bets that you can place before when the NFL starts up again.

You can place wagers on multiple teams to get to the big game. If you place a couple wagers on multiple teams and both teams make the Super Bowl, you will come away with profit on your bets regardless of the outcome because you will have two of your teams in the Super Bowl.

Betting can get tricky at first so make sure to keep the same unit system throughout the year. This means that if you’re betting $10 units, don’t change to $20 units in the middle of the season as that could potentially ruin your profits for the season.

It’s always good to track all the wagers that you place and the bets that you make on any game whether that’s the Super Bowl or during the 2020-2021 campaign.

For example, if you place a bet on the Chiefs at +600, that means that a $100 wager returns $600. There are safer bets than just this Super Bowl bet as you can also bet on a division champion as well. However, it’s always fun to have some skin in the game when you bet on the Super Bowl ahead of time. This way you can hedge your bets when the big game takes place.

How much Is Bet on the Super Bowl?

Last year’s Super Bowl was the most legally bet in Super Bowl in history. There was new data shown by American Gaming Association that said 26 million Americans wagered approximately $6.8 billion on Super Bowl LIV. That’s a 15% increase from the Super Bowl last year. If you were on who was betting on the big game, you were absolutely not alone. Everyone bet on the game, except for Tom Brady.

Just imagine how much was bet on the game that wasn’t tracked for. Not only is there Super Bowl betting but there’s also Super Bowl squares and many other extravagant and exciting ways to bet on the game with your friends.

The easiest way to bet is to sign up with many of SBR’s top rated sportsbooks. These betting sites have many special offers and give plenty of value on bets including odds boosts for the big game when you bet on the Super Bowl.

Sports betting has become a phenomenon. While many use sports bets to make an income, others see it as a side hustle and an entertainment platform where they can wager bits and pieces here and there on the big game or other exciting sports. Of course, who wants to feel left out when they want to bet on the Super Bowl?

In 2020, the sports betting market will mean $17 billion wagered legally and a lot of new money revenue for states that go all in with sports bets. It’s known now that Americans will wager on the Super Bowl at brick-and-mortar sportsbooks at a 25% increase from last year. That’s another 5 million dollars’ worth of betting. Also, mobile betting was increased at 19% from last year.