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How to bet on the NFL Super Bowl

The NFL’s Super Bowl is synonymous with sports betting. It’s the most bet-on annual sporting event and attracts over $10 billion in bets from around the world each year. If you’re not betting on the Super Bowl, you’re missing out.

Road to Super Bowl LVI

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Super Bowl Picks

With so much buildup to the NFL’s championship game, Super Bowl betting online can be a competitive market to try to grapple with. The playoffs are the NFL's postseason, with the best 14 teams making it through and still with a chance of Super Bowl glory.

We've got playoff picks for every single game of the NFL postseason, with betting tips, picks, odds and handicapping for Super Bowl fans. Need to know how many running backs have won the Super Bowl MVP? Or whether there's more value in player props compared to team props, we've got you covered.

Super Bowl: Most popular markets

One of the main reasons the Super Bowl is the most bet-on sporting event in the world is due to its vast prop-bet market. A prop bet (short for proposition bet) is a type of wager that is placed on a player or an event in the game. Prop bets originated from Super Bowl betting as customers wanted more markets to play than the standard spreads or totals . The best Super Bowl sportsbooks offer hundreds of prop markets with some of the most popular ones being the game’s first touchdown scorer, players’ total yards, longest field goal scored, and team totals, just to name a few. Super Bowl betting sites also offer tons of non-game prop bets. These include, but are not limited to, the length of the national anthem, the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach, heads or tails on the opening coin toss, and even if there will be a wardrobe malfunction during the half-time show.

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Reigning Super Bowl champions

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Super Bowl LVI winners

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams beat the underdog, Cincinnati Bengals in a close run contest to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy, for the second time.

Rams Quarterback, Matt Stafford played an imperfect game, throwing two interceptions along with three touchdowns, but it was the Rams defense, led by Aaron Donald, Von Miller and Jalen Ramsey that would be the deciding factor. Perennial All-Pro DL, Donald creating havoc on 4th and 1 to force a turnover on downs with 39 seconds left to seal the victory, 23-20. Most online NFL sportsbooks had the Rams at -4 heading into Super Bowl Sunday, meaning they won outright but didn’t cover the spread.

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Super Bowl LVI MVP

Cooper Kupp

Capping off a season for the history books: LA Rams’ Wide Receiver, Cooper Kupp won the Super Bowl LVI MVP trophy on the back of an eight reception, 92 yard, two touchdown performance. This proved a fitting end to a season in which he won the NFL receiving triple crown for leading in receptions, reception yards, and receiving touchdowns. Kupp also tied the record for most scrimmage yards by a Wide Receiver in a single season and the most receptions in a single postseason.

The Super Bowl MVP was won by the winning team’s Quarterback over 55% of the time leading up to Super Bowl LVI, making the two Quarterbacks, Matt Stafford of the Rams (+145) and Joe Burrow of the Bengals (+225), the two heaviest favorites. Cooper Kupp was the heaviest favorite who was not a Quarterback and, given the season he had: Kupp looked a solid bet to win the MVP trophy.

Live betting on the Super Bowl

Just because we didn’t get our Super Bowl betting picks in before the game started, doesn’t mean we can’t place in-game bets during the match.

The majority of Super Bowl sportsbooks offer live betting that allows bettors to place wagers during the game. The Super Bowl betting lines and odds are constantly moving during in-play which allows users to bet different odds than the ones available before the game.

In the 2017 Super Bowl, featuring the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, Tom Brady and the Patriots trailed 28-3 mid-way through the third quarter. At that time, some of the best Super Bowl sportsbooks had live odds of +1100 for the Patriots to come back and win the game (with those odds, a $100 bet would win $1100). The Patriots ended up winning 34-28 and rewarded some Super Bowl in-game bettors handsomely.

Who’s hosting Super Bowl LVI?

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SoFi Stadium

Inglewood, California

2/13/2022

This will be the eighth Super Bowl to be hosted in the Los Angeles area, and the first since Super Bowl XXVVII in 1993. On that occasion it was the Rose Bowl that played the part of host, while this year sees the incredible SoFi Stadium take the reins.

Having opened in September 2020 and home to city's Chargers and Rams teams, the $5 billion stadium features "the Oculus" –  its ovular, double-sided video board, suspended from the roof over the field and the only one of its kind across modern day stadia.

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