Super Bowl odds actually start appearing on the board long before the game takes place.
Super Bowl betting starts just after the NFL draft as gamblers look at teams with a shot to excel for the season.
Super Bowl odds before the season are called futures as you are betting on which team will win the upcoming season’s Super Bowl. Some of the Super Bowl odds will be adjusted during the season as teams rise and fall based on their results. Keep in mind that the NFL is full of parity and almost every single team believes they have a chance to make the Super Bowl before the season begins.
As you make early Super Bowl betting wagers you must remember a few things. Keep in mind that it is very tough to have your money tied up for months while you are waiting for an outcome. If you are going to bet future Super Bowl odds then you really want to be getting a good return. 3-1 or 4-1 doesn’t look very good in Super Bowl odds. If you want good value in Super Bowl odds you are probably going to have to look at a team that had a losing record last season. That is not as bad a thing as you might think in Super Bowl betting. Teams in the NFL can turn things around very quickly as the Miami Dolphins proved going from 1-15 to 11-5 in a single season. Teams can go from having a losing record to the Super Bowl as past history in Super Bowl odds has shown.
As you bet future Super Bowl odds you may also want to bet on a team’s season win total. These future bets are available at the same time as the early Super Bowl odds. If you are picking a couple of teams as surprise teams in Super Bowl odds you might want to bet those same team’s win totals in future bets.
As you look at Super Bowl odds you really want value. If you can’t get value with future Super Bowl betting wagers you are probably better off not tying up your money for six months.
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