Superbowl 2021 Betting Guide

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It’s the most beautiful time of year. NFL playoffs are in full swing and the Super Bowl picture is clear. Our updated Superbowl 2021 betting guide below.

Whether you are a seasoned sports bettor or someone entirely new to the game, the Super Bowl is the one NFL game that is almost always a must-bet affair.

There’s an old saying in sports betting: “The Trend is your Friend.”

You’re probably wondering, which NFL trends can you capitalize on during Super Bowl 2021?

Teams That Have Never Lost a Super Bowl

Getting to the Super Bowl is hard enough. What about teams who have made it to the Super Bowl and have never lost? There are only 4 NFL franchises who can say they’ve never lost in the Super Bowl. Those 4 teams are:

New Orleans Saints

New York Jets

Baltimore Ravens

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Winning the Super Bowl with a Top Offensive Ranking

Online Superbowl 2021 Betting Odds

Superbowl 2021 Betting Guide

The old saying is “Defense wins championships” but is that really true? While historic defenses like the 2000 Ravens and 86 Chicago Bears have went on to win the Super Bowl, those teams seem to be the outliers in terms of past Super Bowl champions. We must preface, as the rules for the NFL have evolved, they have favored teams that are more offensive minded.

Consequently, there seems to be a correlation between teams that have top ranked offenses versus teams that have top ranked defenses. Between 1993 and 2018, 9 of the eventual 25 winners had an offense that was either ranked #1 or #2 during the regular season with 6 eventual champions having the overall top offensive rankings.

The means you’d be able to pick the Super Bowl winner over 30% of the time by blindly picking a team with the number 1 or 2 ranked offense during the regular season. That’s an amazing strike rate for not even picking a specific team. You can simply pick a team that is ranked #1 or #2 in offense and have a legit chance of cashing a big ticket during Super Bowl 2021.

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