There are a number of interesting angles to consider in Super Bowl betting and it is those we want to take a look at.
Super Bowl odds history has seen underdogs do well of late, covering five of the last seven Super Bowls. Teams off an upset win as the Cardinals had last week against the Philadelphia Eagles have done well in Super Bowl odds. They are 11-6-1 against the Super Bowl odds in that situation including that last five in a row. This could bode well for Arizona in Super Bowl odds.
Pittsburgh also has some positive Super Bowl betting angles. One of those goes back to Arizona who has not won five straight games since 1977. They are 0-6 against the spread in their fifth game after winning four straight.
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 7-2 straight up in his playoff career and also 7-2 against the pointspread. Did you know that with Big Ben at quarterback the Steelers are 29-13 ATS as a favorite by four or more points?
Super Bowl betting stats show that Pittsburgh has covered their last seven games in the playoffs. They have scored 21 or more points in each game as Super Bowl odds stats show. If Arizona gives up 21 or more points they have an against the spread record of 18-54 in the last ten years.
Looking at Super Bowl odds stats we find that in the last 13 Super Bowls the favorite is 9-4 straight up but only 4-7-2 against the Super Bowl odds. It seems 27 is the amount of points needed to win in the Super Bowl as Super Bowl odds numbers show. Teams who score 27 or more points are 23-1 straight up and 21-2-1 against the Super Bowl odds in the last 24 Super Bowls. Teams that score 20 points or less are 4-20 against the Super Bowl odds.
Those are just a few of the numbers to consider in Super Bowl betting as the Cardinals face the Steelers. Open a New Account and bet on the Super Bowl 43 at SBG Global!