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Bet on the Super Bowl LII

  • Where is the Super Bowl?:U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • When is the Super Bowl?:Sunday February 4, 2018
  • When Does the Super Bowl Start?: 6:30 PM EST
  • Who is playing in the Super Bowl?: TBD
  • Who is the Super Bowl betting favorite?: The New England Patriots are -3 point favorites

Betting on the Super Bowl

Super Sunday is just around the corner. To get you prepared to bet on SuperBowl we have put together the above wagering how-to guide with information on betting on the Super Bowl.

The first Sunday in February every year is one of the most anticipated days of the year. Whether you follow the NFL or sports in general chances are you will be sitting around a television come February 7th with friends and family to take part in the festivities that surround the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Prop Bets & Odds

If you like to bet on super bowl 2018 prop bets then you will love all the prop bets that come with the Super Bowl. From betting on the coin toss, to length of the national anthem, to the color of the gatorade there is almost nothing that you cannot bet on during the Super Bowl. For example, the Bovada sportsbook typically has the biggest selection of Super Bowl prop bets and odds every year with 150+ bets including whether or not there will be a nip-slip again.

The main bets like the Point Spread and Moneyline bet are obviously the biggest bets wagered on during the Super Bowl, but second-half and in-game betting has also gained favor in American amongst Superbowl bettors.

Check Out 2018 Super Bowl LII Odds

Below is a list of current Super Bowl 51 betting odds for Sunday, Feb 4th, 2018

  • Atlanta Falcons +1850 Betting Odds
  • Baltimore Ravens +6000 Wagering Lines
  • Dallas Cowboys +400 Betting Odds
  • Denver Broncos +5550 Wagering Lines
  • Detroit Lions +4000 Betting Odds
  • Green Bay Packers +2000 Wagering Lines
  • Houston Texans +6500 Betting Odds
  • Indianapolis Colts +13000 Wagering Lines
  • Kansas City Chiefs +750 Betting Odds
  • Miami Dolphins +14000 Wagering Lines
  • Minnesota Vikings +7500 Betting Odds
  • New England Patriots +200 Wagering Lines
  • New York Giants +3500 Betting Odds
  • Oakland Raiders +2500 Wagering Lines
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +1500 Betting Odds
  • Seattle Seahawks +500 Wagering Lines
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5500 Betting Odds
  • Tennessee Titans +7500 Wagering Lines
  • Washington Redskins +6500 Betting Odds

Live NFL Odds

NFL odds keep changing with news of injury reports and strategy changes. After this weekend’s games they will change again. It is important to keep an eye on live NFL odds at different sports betting sites so you can hedge your bets if need be.

Continue to check back here early and often for line changes so you can stay on top of current NFL wagering odds. If you plan to bet on the Super Bowl it is probably best to make your wager immediately after the teams are announced, and then double-up the day of the Super Bowl to hedge your bets if the line moves.

Underdog Teams From the NFL Poised to Win Super Bowl 51

Sports books often list NFL teams with betting odds that help distinguish which teams are a favorite to win Super Bowl 51 or SuperBowl LI. This year, the Patriots, Cowboys and Seahawks are all favorites to make it to the Super Bowl. Although favorites typically come through and win, there have been instances of Wild Card teams pulling through and winning the Lombardi trophy. Here’s a short list of underdog teams that could win Super Bowl LII.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are one of the most efficient football teams in the NFL. The Chiefs feature a stingy defense alongside an offense that seems to get first downs whenever they need them. The Chiefs are longshots at 40/1, however, they could be able to get a favorable matchup in the playoffs and potentially make it to the Super Bowl.

Oakland Raiders

All of the right things had to happen in order for the Oakland Raiders to make it into the playoffs and they did for the first time since they made it to the Super Bowl in 2002. Currently online sports betting sites have Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders at +2500 betting odds to win Super Bowl 2018.

How to Bet On Super Bowl 2018

One of the biggest reasons people come to our site is to get help with learning how to bet on the Super Bowl online. With Super Bowl 51 just around the corner we are getting an influx of e-mails all asking the same thing, How can I bet on the Super Bowl online? so that is why the above post was created. First you need to decide on a sportsbook that accepts players from either the U.S. or Canada depending on where you live. Second, you need to get out your credit card so that you can fund your betting account. Once you have money in your sportsbook account you basically just point and shoot. If you want to bet on your team covering a point spread you click on View Point Spreads, if you want to just bet straight up on a win or loss on your team for the Super Bowl then just view Moneyline odds. It’s as simple as that so if you want to learn more tips and tricks for betting on Super Bowl 2018 then continue to check back here leading up to the big day.

August 22, 2017 by : Posted in 2017, 2018, superbowl50 5 Comments

Panthers Olsen Doesn’t Think Holdout Fair To Team

Who says there are no more nice guys left in professional sports?

The Carolina Panthers have been trying to sign tight end Greg Olsen to a long-term deal since the end of last season. The failure to agree to a new deal led some in the organization to believe Olsen might hold out until he gets a new deal, which would have been a distraction heading into the season.

Olsen surprised Panthers management and some of his teammates by reporting on time for the start of training camp on Tuesday. After practice, he told reporters it would have been selfish for him to holdout.

Greg Olsen Holdout

Olsen said it wouldn’t have been right for him to put his contract situation above the needs of the team. He added that if he had decided to hold out, it would have caused a distraction that wouldn’t have been fair to his teammates.

“It’s not something I wanted to be a part of. It’s not who I am. I’m here. I’m ready to play. I always feel I’m ready to play. I expect to have a great season. I expect to do the things I’ve done the last couple of seasons,” Olsen said.

Last season, Olsen gained over 1,000 receiving yards for the third consecutive season, making him the first tight end in NFL history to do so. With his contract set to expire in 2018, Olsen was looking for an extension that would make him one of the top paid tight ends in the league.

Olsen admitted that he had contemplated holding out at one point, but with the team firing general manager Dave Gettleman eight days ago, and replacing him with Marty Hurney, the tight end said he did not want to add to the chaos surrounding the team.

Despite the rumors that Gettleman’s tough negotiating stance with aging veterans led to his dismissal, Olsen said he got along with the former general manager just fine. He said that while they didn’t see eye to eye on certain things, there was a mutual respect between them.

August 20, 2017 by : Posted in news, Uncategorized No Comments

Can The Green Bay Packers Win The Super Bowl

Here’s a big question for Packers fans, can the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl 52 this season?

Since Aaron Rodgers took over as the starting quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, the Packers have been perennial contenders to win the Super Bowl. However, going into his 12th season in the league, the two-time league MVP has only managed to lead his team to one Super Bowl victory.

Since their Super Bowl victory in 2010, the Packers have come close to returning to the game, but fell short a couple of times.

In fairness, Rodgers, who is one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play, has done his part to help get the team back to the Super Bowl. However, the team hasn’t had the same type of talent like they did in 2010.

After years of coming up short thanks to their defense and lack of a running game, the Packers came close in 2014 season, but a second half collapse by their defense and a last minute gaffe cost them the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Packers Super Bowl 52

Last season, the Packers came close to making the Super Bowl once again, but fell short against the Atlanta Falcons, whose offense was too potent for the Packers.

With the Packers going into the season with a healthy receiving corps and the addition of Martellus Bennett, who won the Super Bowl with the New England Patriots last season, the Packers offense should have no trouble moving the ball.

Defensively, the Packers are still a question mark but additions like Ricky Jean Francois and Davon House should give them a boost.
Bookmakers seem to like what the Packers did during the offseason as they have the third best odds of winning the Super Bowl.

Despite their favorable odds of winning the Super Bowl, the Packers still have to contend with the Dallas Cowboys, the Seattle Seahawks, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Arizona Cardinals.

If they finish with the best record in the conference, the home field advantage will definitely help since there aren’t a lot of players looking forward to playing in the frozen tundra in the middle of winter. So I like Green Bay’s chances of making the Super Bowl.

If they have to go on the road in the playoffs, I don’t think they will make it to the Super Bowl.

August 18, 2017 by : Posted in sb52 No Comments

Michael Vick Suggests Kaepernick Should Cut His Hair

Michael Vick Suggests Colin Kaepernick Should Cut His Hair If He Wants Another Chance In NFL
Retired NFL quarterback Michael Vick suggested this week that Colin Kaepernick cut his hair if he is serious about getting back to the NFL.

During an interview on Fox Sports 1, Vick was asked what advice he would give to Kaepernick to help him get back in the league. The former Atlanta Falcons star responded by saying the first thing Kaepernick needs to do is get rid of his hair.

Soon after Vick’s appearance on the show, social media and sports talk shows blew up accusing Vick of pandering to league owners by suggesting Kaepernick cut his hair, which they felt had nothing to do with him playing quarterback in the NFL.

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For his part, Vick tried to clarify his comments, saying he didn’t mean Kaepernick had to get a haircut to play in the NFL. Vick said he meant that the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback needed to show contrition and to look the part if he wanted to land another NFL gig.

As with anything regarding Kaepernick these days, there were plenty of people who agreed with Vick and just as many who disagreed with him. Vick was obviously speaking from personal experience because he cut off his cornrows shortly after being charged in the dog fighting case that got him sent to jail.

In his situation, there was a need to act contrite because he was charged with a felony and needed to show that he was a different man.
In Kaepernick’s case, he wasn’t accused of a crime, he took a knee during the national anthem to protest his perceived injustice when it comes to unarmed minorities being shot and killed by law enforcement officers.

Even though some found his stance to be un-American, Kaepernick didn’t do anything wrong. However, NFL owners have the right not to sign him if they feel his presence will be an unwanted distraction or will affect their bottom line.

August 16, 2017 by : Posted in news No Comments

New England Patriots Super Bowl 2018 Odds

The New England Patriots are the defending Super Bowl champions, and are going into next season as the favorite to win the Lombardi once again sitting at +350 odds to win Super Bowl 2018. With Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and a healthy Rob Gronkowski still at the top of their game, the question that has been swirling around the internet isn’t if the Patriots can repeat as champs as they did in 2004 and 2005, but whether they can finish the season undefeated.

Before you start laughing, chew on this for a second. Last year, Brady missed the first four games of the season, but the Patriots went 3-1, playing quarterbacks that had virtually no experience. When Brady returned from his suspension, the Patriots went 11-1, with their lone loss coming against a desperate Seattle Seahawks team fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Going 19-0 is obviously not an easy task, as the remaining members of the 2007 team that went 18-1 can attest to. It requires a level of focus a lot of teams don’t have, some luck, a favorable schedule, and key players have to be healthy.

Brady Patriots Super Bowl 2018

Focus isn’t a problem for the Patriots because they have a coach that demands the best from his players and won’t hesitate to get rid of a player that might be a distraction to the team.

Luck is something you can’t predict, especially in a sport like football where a wrong bounce or an inch could be the difference between winning and losing. However, a disciplined team makes fewer mistakes, giving their opponents few opportunities to capitalize.

Injuries are the toughest because they are impossible to predict. But as long as any of their key players don’t suffer a season ending injury, the Patriots should be fine.

Last season, the Patriots played three teams that made the playoffs, going 2-1 against them. This year, they are scheduled to play four playoff teams from last season, including the Atlanta Falcons, who would love nothing more than to get some payback for their Super Bowl loss.

So, back to the question at hand, can the Patriots go undefeated this season? Personally, I think they have a better chance than a lot of teams that have come close in the past. However, it hasn’t been done since 1972 for a reason, and I think the 2007 Pats team that came close had a better roster than this team.

The Patriots will come close once again, but I see them losing at least one game during the regular season which does not take away from their chances of winning Super Bowl 2018 again.

August 10, 2017 by : Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

LeVeon Bell Not Feeling The Love In Pittsburgh

Since his rookie season, Pittsburgh Steelers running back LeVeon Bell has shown he is one of the most complete backs in the league and a very important part of Pittsburgh’s offense.

What makes Bell stand out over most of his counterparts is the fact that he is not only a great runner, he is also a very good receiver and blocker, making him a rare commodity in the NFL.

In his rookie season, Bell rushed for 860 yards and 8 touchdowns. He also caught 45 passes for 399 yards. In his second season, Bell was even more impressive, finishing the season with 1,361 and 8 touchdowns. He also had 83 catches for 854 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Bell’s performance in 2014 earned him a trip to the Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro honors.

While Bell’s performance on the field was never questioned, some questioned his toughness after dealing with injuries that limited him to six games in 2015. In limited action that year, Bell still managed to rush for 556 yards and 3 touchdowns, while catching 24 passes for 136 yards.

Bell Steelers Contract

Last season, Bell was suspended for the first three games of the season for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. In 12 games, he rushed for 1,268 yards and 7 touchdowns, while catching 75 passes for 616 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Bell has clearly proven he is one of the best at what he does, and was expected to be paid what he felt he was worth when he became a free agent.
When free agency began, the Steelers used their franchise tag on Bell, hoping to iron out a long-term deal in the coming weeks. As the deadline to sign franchised players to long-term contracts approached, both sides were at an impasse and Bell decided he would play on the $12.2 million franchise tag.
After the deadline passed, Bell told ESPN he was frustrated they couldn’t come to an agreement, but he also felt he wasn’t being offered what he was worth and wasn’t planning on signing a contract that wasn’t close to what he was expecting.

Bell added that the negotiations weren’t personal and the Steelers didn’t hold his injury history against him during negotiations.
Even though he isn’t happy the sides couldn’t reach an agreement before the deadline, he is optimistic they can come to an agreement during the offseason.

August 8, 2017 by : Posted in NFL No Comments

Will Leonard Fournette be the Next Bo Jackson

Will Leonard Fournette be the Next Bo Jackson? It takes a special kind of person to split time at their position for four seasons, have their career ended because of injuries and still be considered one of the most gifted running backs in NFL history. Bo Jackson was 6’1’’ 227 lbs. and was a powerful downhill runner who also ran a 4.12 40-yard dash. Leonard Fournette is slightly bigger at 6’1’’ 230 lbs. and a step slower with a 4.51 40-yard dash, but his ability to run over a linebacker and then outrace a defensive back into the end zone is what draws the Bo Jackson comparisons.

Leonard Fournette is coming off an ankle injury he sustained midseason. He smartly sat out the remainder of the season and didn’t risk further injury. Fournette knows which side his bread is buttered and that’s what you want in a guy who you select with the fourth overall pick in the draft.

Fournette was the sixth-ranked high school player in the country when he committed to Louisiana State University. His Freshman year he rushed for 1,034 yards and 10 touchdowns. He stole the spotlight his Sophomore year with 1,953 rushing yards, 253 receiving yards, and 23 touchdowns. In his Junior year, he played in 7 games and rushed for 842 yards and ran in 8 touchdowns. His last two seasons he rushed for an incredible 6.5 yards per carry.

Fournette Jaguars Rookie 2018

He joins a young Jacksonville Jaguars team filled with talent at every position except quarterback. Blake Bortles is a decent quarterback, but if he doesn’t break out this season the Jags will likely move on in the offseason when his contract expires. Leonard Fournette will provide a huge relief on offense, and we will see what this talented team is all about.

It’s not every day that a draft pick is compared to an All-Time athlete, and for Leonard’s sake, I hope his career is much longer than Bo’s and his achievements will become the new benchmark for incoming players.

August 1, 2017 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

Teams That Will End Their Playoff Drought

In the NFL, a decade is a lifetime. The average NFL career is 3.3 years, or 6 years for athletes who make the roster as a rookie. This makes it incredibly difficult for organizations to determine skill level, injury history, work ethic, and personality to put together a championship roster. One bad draft pick could be the difference between selecting the first overall draft pick and contending for a Super Bowl. We saw this in the 2014 draft when Johnny Manziel was selected a round before Derek Carr. These setbacks take years to correct, and this year we have two NFL playoff teams that have successfully righted the ship and will make the playoffs for the first time in a decade.

The Tennessee Titans will be the biggest surprise in the NFL this season and end their nine-year playoff drought will come to an end. Countless players have started and ended their careers without playing a competitive Titans team, and that ends here. Marcus Mariota will be one of the top finalists for comeback player of the year after a gruesome leg injury ended his 2016 campaign and the playoff hopes of the organization. Tennessee used their fifth overall pick to snag one of the preseason candidates for rookie of the year, Corey Davis. Their receiving corps consists of several young guys fighting to make a name for themselves, and Eric Decker who will make an impact on the field and in the locker room. Last season Tennessee’s defense couldn’t stop a nosebleed, and the front office made several changes to address the problem. They signed 8 free agent defenders, most notably Logan Ryan, and Johnathan Cyprien. The Titans then used their 18th overall pick on standout USC cornerback Adoree Jackson, to round out an entirely different secondary. Tennessee addressed the biggest holes in their roster and will win the AFC South.

NFL Titans Playoffs 2018

In the NFC, 5 of the 6 playoff seeds are almost guaranteed to be the Cowboys, Packers, Seahawks, Giants, and Falcons. That leaves one space available for the rest of the conference, and it will go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs only competition will be the Washington Redskins who will fall short because of their lack of weapons on offense, and their more difficult strength of schedule. Keep in mind these NFL predictions on what teams will make it to the playoffs for a chance at a trip to Super Bowl 2018 are being made prior to the start of the regular season. Anything can happen from now to then. The Buccaneers added three-time Pro-Bowler DeSean Jackson to take the focus away from Mike Evans who has tremendously improved in each of his first three seasons. The Buccaneers are jam-packed with explosive playmakers that can score every time they touch the ball. The Buccaneers will finish in second place in the NFC South, and their 10-6 record will be enough to earn the sixth seed in the NFL playoffs.

July 30, 2017 by : Posted in NFL No Comments

Seahawks Road to the Super Bowl

The Seattle Seahawks will be your 2018 Super Bowl champions! This will be the team’s second Super Bowl victory, and third appearance in the last five seasons, solidifying Pete Carroll’s Seahawks as one of the premier dynasties of this generation.

Winning the NFC West is the Seahawks first hurdle on the road to Super Bowl 2018. They look to avenge their dismal performances against the Cardinals after an embarrassing tie and losing a 34-31 shootout to end the regular season. The Rams are the Seahawks nemesis in the division, beating the Hawks at least once a season each year since 2004, except for the 2015 season. Seattle also has the unfortunate task of playing the San Francisco 49ers, who are much improved from their 2-14 record a year ago. Expect the Seahawks to finish the regular season 11-5, with a 4-2 record in the division.

Seahawks 2018 Superbowl Odds

The Seahawks 11-5 record is not enough to earn a first-round bye in the playoffs, so they will have to beat three of the best teams in the NFC to reach the game’s highest stage. Their biggest competition is the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and the Atlanta Falcons. At first glance, this is a daunting task, but the Seahawks have the advantage of playing each of these teams in the regular season. Seattle will have to play the Packers, Cowboys, and Giants on the road and they will lose each of these games. It’s exceedingly difficult to beat the same team twice in one season, and the Hawks will undoubtedly soar past these teams in the playoffs. Current Superbowl betting odds in Vegas and online have the Seahawks posted as 12-1 favorites to win the Super Bowl and NFC championship again.

Seattle will likely face the Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, or the New England Patriots in the final showdown of the season. Seattle has previously lost Super Bowls to both the Steelers and the Patriots, so a grudge match would surely lead to an instant classic. The Hawks likely opponent is their former divisional rival, Oakland Raiders. Seattle better hope the game doesn’t come down to a goal line stand against Marshawn Lynch because he won’t let another opportunity pass him up.

Our far too early season prediction is that the Seattle Seahawks will take home the Lombardi Trophy with a 26-24 victory over the Oakland Raiders.

July 26, 2017 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

NFL Players to Watch This Season

The NFL is going through an identity crisis with longtime veterans retiring en mass, which leaves a void in depth charts that young players are eager to fill. These are the running back, wide receiver, and defensive player who will have a breakout season.

Paul Perkins is the second year running back for the New York Giants. In his rookie season, he split time with Rashad Jennings, who the team released at the end of the season. In 2016, Perkins had 112 rushing attempts for 456 rushing yards and 15 receptions for 162 yards. He did not record a touchdown. Perkins will take over as the starting back and they didn’t sign another back, so it appears that he will take the full workload. I expect him to rush for 1,500 yards, 300 receiving yards, and 10 touchdowns.

Kirk Cousins Contract

The Washington Redskins have caused quite the conundrum for their offense. They haven’t signed Kirk Cousins to a long-term deal despite being one of the top young quarterbacks in the league. The team also let DeSean Jackson, and Pierre Garcon walk in free agency after the duo combined for 135 receptions, 2,046 yards, and 7 touchdowns. The team brought in Terrelle Pryor to pick up some of the slack, but it will be second-year receiver Josh Doctson who is expected to be the team’s breakout star. Doctson was the team’s 2016 first round draft pick, but he only played two games in his rookie season before being placed on season-ending injured reserve. Doctson was a standout receiver at TCU racking up 1,326 yards and 14 touchdowns off only 78 receptions. I predict he will have 1,100 yards and 8 touchdowns this season.

Robert Nkemdiche is expected to fill Calais Campbell’s role as a feared pass rusher for the Arizona Cardinals. Nkemdiche missed several games due to a sprained ankle early last season, but he will come back healthy and dominate opposing offensive lines. The Ole Miss product was selected in the first round of last year’s draft, and it’s time he showed his worth. I expect Robert Nkemdiche to have 55 tackles and 7 sacks.

July 18, 2017 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments