Let’s take a look at the Super Bowl odds and some of the Super Bowl betting stats to keep in mind.
Super Bowl odds show that the Pittsburgh Steelers are a touchdown favorite against the Cardinals with a total of 47. The matchup that is the most talked about in Super Bowl odds is the Arizona offense versus the Pittsburgh defense. The Cardinals has the 4th best offense during the regular season as Super Bowl odds accounts show while the Steelers defense was the best. Breaking this down further we see that Arizona’s rushing offense was the worst in the NFL while Pittsburgh’s run defense was 2nd best in the league. Arizona had the 2nd best passing offense as Super Bowl odds numbers show while Pittsburgh had the league’s top ranked pass defense. Overall, the Arizona offense put up an average of 362 yards per game this season while the Pittsburgh defense gave up 244 yards per game as Super Bowl odds records have it.
On the other side of the ball in Super Bowl odds we find that the Pittsburgh offense was 22nd in the NFL this season while the Arizona defense was 19th. Super Bowl odds numbers show that Pittsburgh had the 23rd ranked rushing offense while Arizona was 16th against the run. Pittsburgh’s passing offense was 17th in the league while Arizona’s pass defense was 22nd as Super Bowl odds numbers show. Super Bowl odds stats tell us that the Pittsburgh offense put up an average of 308.5 yards per game while Arizona allowed 324.3 yards per game.
Super Bowl betting records tell us that Arizona averaged 26.7 points per game during the regular season while the Pittsburgh defense allowed only 13.9 points per game. On the other side of the ball, Pittsburgh averaged 21.7 points per game while Arizona allowed 26.6 points per game this season as Super Bowl betting figures show.
Those are the basic offensive and defensive statistics to consider as you look at Super Bowl betting. Open a New Account and bet on the Super Bowl 43 at SBG Global!