Three Great Super Bowl Bets to Consider Backing6 months ago
Now that this season’s regular season, which was extended to 17 games this year, is over, we can now concentrate on the playoffs and the postseason. The big favorites that started out the season have pretty much all made their way to the business end of the NFL campaign, and now is the right time to consider what interesting bets you might place.
When it comes to the Super Bowl odds 2022 today, there are a bunch of interesting markets that include outright futures bets to prop bets that will make the showpiece event all the more exciting to watch.
Here are some solid bets to consider backing ahead of the big day on February 13th.
Tampa Bay to Win Back to Back Super Bowl Titles (+900)The Buccaneers are no longer the big favorites, chiefly because both the Tennessee Titans and the Green Bay Packers are already firmly secure in the Divisional playoffs, while the rest of the teams who have made it this far have to get through their Wild Card games.
Tom Brady has been in immense form again this season, and with the seven-time Super Bowl winner leading the charge, we don’t see the Philadelphia Eagles being able to stop their progress into the final eight. Backing Brian Arians’ side at this stage seems like a very good bet to back, especially given the odds that are available.
San Francisco 49ers to Win The Super Bowl (+2700)Of the sides still in contention, the 49ers are among the longest odds, but they are well worth backing. Kyle Shanahan’s side showed a great run of form to clinch a wild card spot, finishing the season with a great 7-2 record that means that they are on a hot run as they prepare to face the Dallas Cowboys.
If they win that encounter, they then more than likely face Green Bay, and while that’s going to be a tough encounter, they only just lost out to the Packers 28-30 in week three and are in a much better place now. Also, the odds are just too good to ignore.
New England Patriots to Win the Super Bowl (+2200)What a difference a year can make. Last season Bill Belichick’s side, minus Tom Brady, struggled in a big way and didn’t even make it to the postseason, which was the first time the Patriots had failed to do so in almost twenty years. Cam Newton didn’t get close to filling Brady’s boots, but Mac Jones has done a decent job of doing so.
New England will face the Buffalo Bills in the wild card playoffs, and it’s worth noting that Belichick’s team overcame Sean McDermott’s side back in December in a hard-fought 14-10 victory and are therefore well and truly capable of doing so again this month.
Once we get closer to the Super Bowl itself, there will be a raft of interesting prop bets to consider, which will make the event even more of a fascinating spectacle. The bets above are all solid options, with Tampa being more of a banker than New England and San Francisco.
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