How to Bet the Super Bowl Point Spread

Although the Super Bowl is only two days away, there’s still time to place your bets on this historic sporting event. Bettors from all over the world are looking at the Chiefs, the defending champions, and the new-look Buccaneers. They also look back at the 20 weeks leading up to this matchup. Everybody will be looking for angles whether they are betting against the spread, the moneyline or on the over/under totals (or props). These are the most important.

This column provides a comprehensive breakdown of our top bets for the 2020 NFL season. It also includes a preview of BetQL data. This is just a small sample of the many offerings that BetQL has to offer. We are now able to share our betting predictions for Super Bowl including projections and ratings from our NFL Best Bet Model.

Super Bowl Betting Tips: Spread Pick of the Week

My two-week experience in Green Bay with Tom Brady and the Bucs +3.5 was so successful, I am now doubling down. Tampa Bay is currently at +3. You will need to buy the half point (which makes it -130 instead EVEN), but it’s one of the best plays you can make against spread.

Because Patrick Mahomes’ weapons and dominance have proven too strong to overcome, I doubt the Buccaneers will win this game. Mahomes has only one loss in 26 of his previous starts. It is clear that Brady will be able to orchestrate a close match, especially since the Bucs are the first Super Bowl team to play in their home stadium.

In Week 15, Fournette was Tampa Bay’s running back starting in the first half. He has never looked back. In six weeks, he has six touchdowns and one in each of the three playoff games. He has accumulated 104.3 yards per game from scrimmage during those playoff wins and he has gotten 14 of 17 postseason passes, which is 102 yards.

Take a look at the incredible feats that Brady has accomplished both short-term and long-term. When you add his three playoff games, no one has passed for more yards since the 2020 NFL Season (5,493). He has 47 passing touchdowns during that time, which is more than Aaron Rodgers. Additionally, he has a record 28 passing touchdowns in away/neutral games. This stat isn’t relevant since Raymond James hosts the big game, but it shows how healthy his clutch gene at 43 years old. He has nine Super Bowl rings and six Super Bowl rings. Even his most scathing critics will agree that he’s the G.O.A.T.

Even if Brady doesn’t win his seventh Lombardi Trophy in the end, he still has the offensive tools to keep the Bucs in the game. With 28 catches and five touchdowns from 49 targets, Chris Godwin has been his favorite receiver. Mike Evans, one the most powerful and tallest wideouts in football, is his backup. His 13 TDs kept Brady in the top seven NFL red-zone TD percentages (68.9%) He also has Leonard Fournette (aka “Playoff Lenny”), who has been the offensive star of this team throughout the postseason.

Last Updated on October 2, 2021

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