Super Bowl LVI
Sunday, February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium
Super Bowl LVI Odds (Best Price Update)
- Kansas City Chiefs +475 at GTbets (visit our GTbets Review)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550 at BetOnline
- Green Bay Packers +625 at GTbets
- New England Patriots +1000 at Everygame (visit our Everygame Review)
- LA Rams +1000 at GTbets
- Dallas Cowboys +1100 BetOnline (visit our BetOnline Review)
- Arizona Cardinals +1400 at Everygame
- Buffalo Bills +1400 at GTbets
- Indianapolis Colts +2200 at GTbets
- Tennessee Titans +2200 at BetOnline
- San Francisco 49ers +3300 at GTbets
- +3300 or bigger the rest
Thursday Night Football Brought Chiefs a Step Closer to Winning
Our selection, Kansas City Chiefs took a giant step towards winning the AFC West after a thrilling overtime win against Divisional rivals, the LA Chargers. It would be good for readers and followers to get a +270 winner in the book, allowing us to freeroll our AFC Conference and Super Bowl LVI bets.
Patrick Mahomes displays are improving significantly, after a tightening of the defense, and with Travis Kelce now back to his best, it’s hard not to be excited about our AFC Conference/Super Bowl LVI prices about the Kansas City Chiefs given they are now the favorite for Super Bowl LVI +475 at BetOnline.
Have the Indianapolis Colts Been Flattering to Deceive?
It’s been a funny old season for the Indianapolis Colts who have been in way better form than their results belie. They’ve led by double digits in their last eleven matches including Saturday’s win over the New England Patriots but amazingly have lost three while on five other occasions the match was still alive on the final drive.
It’s not hard to imagine they could be 11-3 and not 8-6 but either way, Saturday’s win over the Pats has shortened Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl LVI odds from +3500 to +2200 with GTbets.
Early NFL Week 15 Card Saw Stir Crazy Return
After a couple of weeks with no outlandish shocks, we had the high-flying Arizona Cardinals finally losing on the road, to of all franchises, but the Detroit Lions. If that wasn’t unpredictable enough, it was their first road loss in eight games of this NFL season and it’s hard to believe DeAndre Hopkins’absence was to blame.
I’ve been threatening to move in and support the Arizona Cardinals once their price shifted so now, I’m faced with a conundrum of a drifting price to +1400 Everygame without Hopkins. The Lions winning wasn’t the only surprise on the early week 15 NFL card as the Jacksonville Jaguars failed to find an uplift from Urban Meyer’s exit losing to the Houston Texans.
Parity was restored with the Buffalo Bills winning against the weakening Carolina Panthers and the Dallas Cowboys keeping our Super Bowl LVI ticket on track against the New York Giants to shorten their price to +1100 with BetOnline.
Late NFL Week 15 Card Reinforced the Golden City’s Credentials
For the early half of the NFL season, the San Francisco 49ers looked like a supporting act to the Arizona Cardinals and LA Rams in the NFC West. The tide has been changing on the Pacific side of the country in recent weeks with the San Francisco 49ers winning five of their last six matches for a progressive 8-6 profile.
It’s only two years since this team lost in the Super Bowl LVI final to the Kansas City Chiefs and with the spine of the franchise the same with Shanahan, Garrapolo, Kittle, and Samuel, a repeat is not impossible.
The San Francisco 49ers’ price has regressed only slightly after Sunday’s win over the Atlanta Falcons to +3300 with GTbets so I’m going to wait one more week before potentially adding them.
One strange result on the late NFL card was the reigning Super Bowl winners, and long-time favorites, Tampa Bay Buccaneers being shut out despite home-field advantage against the New Orleans Saints 0-9. The upshot of the result is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers losing their position at the head of the betting market for the first time all season to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Let’s Look To the Pats to Make Us Money
The fluid Covid situation affected three matches this week with their games held over slightly until Tuesday and Wednesday, so our overview of Super Bowl LVI looks murkier than a normal week, which is saying something this crazy year.
As you know, I’m keen on adding either the San Francisco 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals, or the Indianapolis Colts to our perm but with the latter two crossing swords this week and the 49ers having a tricky road trip we will prudently keep our powder dry.
Instead, let’s look to a bet that did us a good turn only a couple of weeks ago in the top of the AFC East matchup between the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills. That time we took the Pats as the slight underdog at +240 and the road team, this time with a home-field advantage they are the favorites at -130.
There’s no reason to dessert a winning formula which is something the Pats appear to hold over the Bills with their ground game that dominated the match the first time around. Now with the home advantage, the Pats are likely to pass more, and we know how effective Mac Jones is in that scenario so take the New England Patriots to beat the Buffalo Bills -130 with Bovada.
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