Trends can be important as you look at Super Bowl odds as well if you are able to sort out the good trends from the bad trends.
Super bowl wagering value usually starts with the underdog. That doesn’t mean the underdog will cover the Super Bowl odds but that is where the value will be. Favorites are overvalued and over bet by most gamblers in Super Bowl wagering. If you look at recent Super Bowl wagering trends you will find that many of the games have been close. This is a change from the 1980’s and 1990’s when the Super Bowl was oftentimes a rout. In this decade the margins of victory in the Super Bowl are 3, 12, 11, 3, 3, 27, 7, 27 and 7. Super Bowl wagering facts show that five of the nine games were decided by a touchdown or less with three games being decided by just a field goal.
Super Bowl wagering history shows that the team with more total rushing attempts has won more than 70 percent of the Super Bowls. Super Bowl wagering facts tell us that favorites are 6-3 straight up but only 3-5-1 against the Super Bowl odds. Favorites of more than a touchdown or more are 1-4-1 against the Super Bowl odds this decade.
Many gamblers will parlay the favorite and the over in Super Bowl wagering and despite the fact it is a popular wager it has proven profitable in Super Bowl wagering history. In the last 25 years it has hit nine times which means you are up a little bit in Super Bowl wagering. Unfortunately, the last four Super Bowls have hurt the profits with all four games going under the Super Bowl wagering total.
Gamblers also like to take the money line underdog in the Super Bowl. Super Bowl underdogs have been good recently on the money line but overall they are still a long-term loser in Super Bowl history.
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