We are just 3 days away from Super Bowl 47 and to bring you up to speed on the latest Superbowl 2013 wagering trends we are going to take a look at the Bovada Sportsbook. The Baltimore Ravens led by Ray Lewis go up against a rookie quarterback in Colin Kaepernick as the San Francisco 49ers make their quest for six Super Bowls. Many early NFL bettors have started to place their Super Bowl online bets on the moneyline on the Ravens.
There are a few Super Bowl betting trends that you can analyze to help you make better informed decisions when placing bets on sports books like Bovada. Think about potential Super Bowl betting trends such as the point total wager being UNDER rather then OVER 6 of the last 8 Super Bowls. This makes sense because the public tends to bet on the OVER a lot thus causing the Super Bowl betting line to shift upwards. The public likes taking the OVER bet because they anticipate a Super Bowl with a lot of action.
This Super Bowl is quite unpredictable because both teams have weapons on both sides of the ball. It’s pretty evenly matched up between these two teams it wouldn’t be surprising if this game went in the OT. It may be noted that the Super Bowl has never went into overtime If these two teams are evenly matched up personnel wise and the two opposing coaches are brothers, why wouldn’t the first Super Bowl overtime happen? Bovada is the king of Super Bowl prop bets. Bovada will let you bet on literally anything pertaining to the Super Bowl. Bovada even has a prop bet that will let you bet on who the Super Bowl MVP will thank first. Bovada has your Super Bowl betting covered.