Billions of dollars are wagered on Super bowl odds each season and it seems everyone has an opinion on the game. Let’s take a look at some Super Bowl wagering tips.
Super Bowl wagering odds are not made like regular season odds so you must realize that when you look at them. The Super Bowl wagering odds are made to appeal to the public and that means the professional gamblers are completely ignored. The sportsbooks don’t care what the professional gamblers think. They only care about what the public is going to bet in Super Bowl wagering. Keep that tip in mind as you look at the Super Bowl odds. The value will be with the underdog in Super Bowl wagering since the public likes the favorite but overall the favorite is just above .500 versus the Super Bowl wagering odds, so keep that in mind.
As you look at the Super Bowl odds you may want to consider the head coaches. Teams that are well prepared and disciplined are more likely to handle the Super Bowl hype and be ready for the game. It also helps if the team is experienced. Teams in the Super Bowl for the first time have not done well while teams that have been there before are usually successful.
Super Bowl wagering can be profitable if you remember a few things. Take a look at the two teams involved and who the teams played during the season. Are there any common opponents? Has one conference owned the other conference during the season? Super Bowl wagering history has also shown that conferences can get on runs in the Super Bowl. The AFC won 11 of the first 15 games while the NFC won 15 of 16 Super Bowls during one stretch. The AFC has won six of the last nine Super Bowls although the Giants did win last year.
There is no question that defense wins in Super Bowl wagering. Defenses ranked in the top 3 to end the regular season are 9-1 in Super Bowls. That is another good Super Bowl wagering tip to keep in mind.
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