Super Bowl odds have the New England Patriots favored to complete a perfect season.
New England has already set records for most points scored in a season, most TD passes by a quarterback and most TD receptions by a receiver. If the Patriots do as expected in Super Bowl betting they would be the first team in NFL history to win 19 games in a season.
Super Bowl odds show that the Patriots are expected to win the game against the New York Giants. It wasn’t that long ago that the Patriots defeated the New York Giants 38-35 to end the regular season. That win capped a perfect 16-0 regular season for the Patriots. When it comes to Super Bowl betting you usually just need to pick the winner of the game to make money. Very rarely have the Super Bowl odds come into play in Super Bowl betting. If you can pick the winner of the game versus the Super Bowl odds you usually go to the window. That may explain why the money line Super Bowl odds on the Giants are dropping. Bettors figure if New York is going to cover the Super Bowl odds then they will win the game outright.
If you are unsure about which team to take on the Super Bowl odds board you can still bet. Super Bowl betting propositions are numerous and they can keep you in action throughout the game. A prop bet allows you to make wagers on specific details of the game like the coin toss, most yardage by a quarterback, fumbles, interceptions, etc. Super Bowl odds may also include props outside of the game including props relating to the NBA, NHL or even the color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. There is no end to the amount of action you can have on Super Bowl odds.
There are so many different options to consider as you look at Super Bowl odds. You can pick a side, a total or one of the many props. You can bet the money line, play parlays, teasers, etc. If you do a little research you should be able to find something that appeals to you on the Super Bowl odds board.