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Super Bowl LVII odds: Should strength of schedule matter in your handicap?
9:53 PM · Jan 31, 2023
Super Bowl LVII odds: Should strength of schedule matter in your handicap?
The narrative is already off and running about the easy path that the Philadelphia Eagles had to Super Bowl LVII with the New York Giants and the San Francisco 49ers with no quarterback en route to the matchup in Glendale, Ariz. against the Kansas City Chiefs. But, what if it’s more than just a narrative? What if there is something to the entire body of work for Philadelphia, not just facing a Giants team they had already beaten twice and a Josh Johnson-led Niners bunch?
Author(s): Adam Burke. Photo by USA TODAY Sports
Early Super Bowl LVII prop bets to consider
9:27 PM · Jan 30, 2023
Early Super Bowl LVII prop bets to consider
The long lead time between the end of conference championship Sunday and the Super Bowl gives bettors a ton of time to look through the vast amount of betting options on the big game. In the old days before legalization, the Super Bowl was like sports betting’s version of a comet. It was the first and pretty much only time of the season when hundreds upon hundreds of prop bets would be offered by the sportsbooks in Las Vegas and in the offshore markets.
Author(s): Adam Burke. Photo by USA TODAY Sports
Makinen: Super Bowl Betting Trends and Systems
1:45 AM · Jan 31, 2023
Makinen: Super Bowl Betting Trends and Systems
This year’s Super Bowl will be the 57th in the series, and the game seemingly gets bigger every year, at least according to the size of the TV audience. Last year’s game topped the 100-million viewer mark for the first time, according to NBC. The Rams-Bengals contest drew 5 million more than the prior season’s game, one that had to be considered a far more compelling matchup between Tom Brady’s Buccaneers and Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs. Any way you look at it, the numbers are astounding, and there’s no reason to suspect this year’s title tilt won’t continue that upward trend. Simply put, Super Bowl Sunday is both sports’ and TV’s biggest day, regardless of which teams are competing for the coveted Lombardi Trophy. Naturally, that makes it the sports betting world’s biggest day as well.
Author(s): Steve Makinen. Photo by USA TODAY Sports

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