Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots

Gamblers Find Multiple Angles to Bet on Super Bowl LIII With

January 31st, 2019 NFL Football, Sports Betting

To begin with the Super Bowl matchup between the Rams and Patriots offers a multitude of betting opportunities.  Along the same lines comes many betting angles to Bet on Super Bowl LIII with.  At the beginning is the “changing of the guard” theory.  The established power veteran Patriots and the emerging power Rams.  Increasingly there is plenty of analysis on the two quarterbacks.  New England’s Tom Brady is a future Hall of Famer and biggest winner of the modern era.  While the Rams Jared Goff is nothing but upside and already a star.  As always value assessment remains key.

Super Bowl LIII

Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots

Date and Time:  Sunday, February 3, 2019, 6:30 p.m. ET

Location:  Mercedes Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia

Super Bowl Betting Online Odds at SBG:

Super Bowl Betting Online Odds at SBG:

TeamSpreadTotal
Patriots-2 (-114)56½ (-105)
Rams+2 (-106)56½ (-115)
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Super Bowl LIII Rams vs. Patriots TV Coverage: CBS

Super Bowl LIII Rams vs. Patriots TV Coverage:  CBS

New England Patriots   

On the while the line has rocked steady with very little fluctuation since it opened with the Patriots as the chalk.  It follows that the predominant Bet on Super Bowl  angle is the old vs. new and changing of the guard storylines.  To be exact gamblers are trying to asses the merits of two very different teams.  On this occasion New England is clearly respected as the established champion.  Contrarily the Rams are a new top tier contender that many gamblers are not totally sold on.  Yet those perceptions could have easily been different.

Offsides Call Luck

Consider were it not for an offsides call late at Kansas City the Chiefs instead of the Patriots would be in this Super Bowl.  The same Tom Brady being praised as the greatest ever would have been written off as washed up.  And were it not for a blown pass interference call at New Orleans the Saints instead of the Rams would represent the NFC.

Stats to Consider

Late results show New England has been a reliable sports betting as a playoff favorite.  In fact, the Patriots have paid in nine of their last 12 laying points in post season.  Seven of their last eight in that role went over the total.  Counter to that is the Rams only playoff game in 14 years as a dog was their 26-23 win at New Orleans in the NFC Championship Game.

Previous Numbers

However, the Rams have covered just two of their last seven getting points away from home.  Three of their last five in that situation went under the total.  In like manner New England paid in just three of their last eight as away chalks.  Four of their last five in that place went under the total.

Team vs. Team

Despite their well-earned reputation for excellence the Patriots are no sure things in the Super Bowl.  Fashion their 5-4 record on Super Sunday record in the Brady Belichick era.  Also remember the Philadelphia Eagles beat them last year 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.  So too could that failure propel a strong New England effort for redemption.

Matchup to Watch

On this occasion motivation may trump all in this Bet on Super Bowl matchup.  Last year the Patriots were ambushed by the upstart Philadelphia Eagles.  A clear difference is likely to be seen on Super Sunday.  Extending that is Bill Belichick is the greatest coach in history.  It stands to figure he’ll have things corrected for his encounter.

Rams vs. Patriots Bet on NFL Picks

In view of championship pedigree and motivation New England rates the edge!

Rams vs. Patriots Bet on Super Bowl NFL Pick: New England Patriots

Rams vs. Patriots Bet on Super Bowl Score Prediction: Patriots 38, Rams 34

Catch Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s comments at the Super Bowl press conference!

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