Super Bowl 57 Teams
Super Bowl 57 sees the Philadelphia Eagles return along with Kansas City Chiefs for their third time in five seasons. The Eagles were favored by 1.5 points with a high total of 50.5 points.
The Chiefs got revenge on Cincinnati in the AFC title game and bring a 17-1 SU mark in 18 recent games vs NFC foes. The Eagles meanwhile clobbered the Giants and 49etrs to reach the game.
Super Bowl 56 Teams
Super Bowl 56 gets a team that was 120-1 in the preseason, one of the longest shots in the NFL. The Cincinnati Bengals jumped from four wins in 2020 to the AFC championship in 2021.
Cincy knocked off the top seeds Tennessee and Kansas City – both on the road – as QB Joe Burrow and his talented young receivers advanced to their Super Bowl since 1989. They hadn’t won a playoff game since 1991 before January.
They will face the LA Rams, who return to the Super Bowl after a three-year hiatus, this time as favorites. The Rams opened as 4-point favorites with a total hovering right around 50 points.
Los Angeles nearly blew a divisional game at Tampa Bay, before rallying there and doing the same against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC title game. They have won 6 of their past 7 as favorites and own a 5-1-1 ATS mark against the Bengals over the years.
Super Bowl 55 Teams
Kansas City is back to defend its Super Bowl 54 title, while Tampa Bay returns for the first time in nearly two decades. But the Bucs bring a familiar face, in greedy four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady.
The game opened at -3 and was bet to -3.5 after news that Patrick Mahomes would be ready to go. The total was also climbing to 56.5.
The Chiefs were a disaster for bettors in the second half of the season, going 0-8-1 ATS before routing the Buffalo Bills in the AFC title game. Tampa meanwhile was a reliable bet on the road and as an underdog all season to set up this unique Super Bowl, the first where a team plays a ‘home’ game. And the first where ‘home’ field advantage doesn’t mean very much because of Covid-19.
Super Bowl 54 Teams
2019 saw New England’s hope for a Super Bowl repeat fizzle out in the Wild Card round, while the alleged new kings of the AFC also flamed out. Tennessee beat both the Patriots and 14-2 Baltimore Ravens on the road in the playoffs, but couldn’t win a third road game at Kansas City.
In the NFC, the Cowboys disappointed all season and the Packers and Saints each failed in the playoffs, sending the San Francisco 49ers to their first Super Bowl since Colin Kaepernick took them there in Super Bowl 47. Oddsmakers have a tough time with this type of pick-em matchup, but opened the Chiefs as 1-point favorites.
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Kansas City Chiefs
It’s been 50 years since the Kansas City Chiefs played in a Super Bowl and Patrick Mahomes seems intent on making sure its a winning return.
The studly QB has been awesome in two playoff victories and oddsmakers believe he will be the difference in Super Bowl 54 against the San Francisco 49ers. Is he elusive enough to escape the terrible Niner pass rush?
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San Francisco 49ers
A stellar defense and improved offense directed by Jimmy Garoppolo sent the San Francisco 49ers to the top echelons of contenders all season long. And while some pundits expected their inexperience would eventually get them, they clobbered both the Vikings and Packers to earn this position.
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Super Bowl 53 Teams
The 2018 NFL season saw a huge spike in scoring and saw the New Orleans Saints, LA Rams, Kansas City Chiefs and LA Chargers enjoy solid seasons. However, when all was said and done, it was the New England Patriots who battled their way to their third straight Super Bowl.
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They opened as very slight favorites against the powerful Los Angeles Rams, who won in an OT upset at New Orleans. So more on the Super Bowl 53 teams, which represent a rematch of Super Bowl 36, Tom Brady’s rookie season and first Super Bowl win:
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Los Angeles Rams
When the Rams last played in the Super Bowl (also against these Patriots), it was 17 years ago and the franchise was in St. Louis. The Greatest Game on Turf led by Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk were huge favorites against the Patriots.
This time, the Rams will be slight underdogs, if opening numbers hold up during the next two weeks. LA advanced with an NFC title game win at New Orleans, tying the game on a 57-yard field goal in the final seconds and then winning in OT.
Watch the injury reports during the week, as stud running back Todd Gurley didn’t play much in the NFC title game and the team leaned on C.J. Anderson.
New England Patriots
Its getting a little boring for Patriots fans, this whole going to the Super Bowl thing. New England needed a late rally in Kansas City and then marched down the field after winning the OT coin toss to win 37-31.
It was a crushing blow to all of us UNDER bettors, who saw our UNDER 56 destroyed with 60 points after halftime. 2018 was another masterful coaching job by Bill Belichick as the team battled distractions and injuries and stretches of poor play.
Expect the Super Bowl 53 lines to skew towards the Patriots, as sharp bettors lean to the veteran experience of the Pats. Down the stretch in the AFC title game, it was Brady to Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman making all the big plays – sound familiar?
Expect Brady to sit atop the Super Bowl MVP odds listing, with Goff right behind.
Super Bowl 52 Teams
New England Patriots
The New England Patriots are no strangers to the spotlight, and the 2017 edition of the storied franchise set their sights on Minneapolis with a sixth Super Bowl title within reach. This is the seventh time the Pats have made the big game in the Bill Belichick/Tom Brady era, and the club will go head-to-head with the Philadelphia Eagles in a Super Bowl 39 rematch where books opened the Pats as 6-point favorites with a total of 47.5.
The biggest storyline in the game is the matchup under center, as the Eagles will be without star quarterback Carson Wentz. Nick Foles will be looking to channel his inner Eli Manning and knock off Brady and company, but it won’t be easy. In Brady’s last 10 playoff games, he’s thrown for 20 touchdowns and is 9-1 SU. The Michigan product threw for four touchdowns and 328 passing yards against the Seahawks in Super Bowl 49 and torched Atlanta in the form of two touchdowns and 466 yards in last year’s epic comeback triumph.
Betting-wise, expect the favored Patriots to receive plenty of action at sportsbooks. New England is 10-2 ATS in its last 12 games and has covered the spread in its last 13 when favored by 7 points or less. Another trend that will appeal to Pats bettors is Belichick’s penchant for getting the job done with extended time. Since taking over as New England’s head coach in 2000, the Patriots are 28-8 SU when given an extra week to prepare for an opponent.
Plenty of people won’t be happy to see the Patriots in another Super Bowl, but there’s no denying their dominance over the years. If the boys from Foxborough get the job done in Minnesota, a second dynasty is in the cards.
Few teams in Super Bowl history have embraced the underdog role quite like this iteration of the Philadelphia Eagles. Ever since the team lost MVP front-runner Carson Wentz due to injury late in the season, the Eagles have been tabbed as pups three times in five games – matching their season total through the previous 13 outings. Of course, the Eagles have proven the doubters wrong by winning both of their playoff games despite being the first No. 1 seed to ever be spotted points.
History suggests little reason to doubt the Eagles entering the Super Bowl with underdogs going a stellar 13-4 ATS in the past 17 Super Bowls.
Backup quarterback Nick Foles has proven to be a steady replacement for Wentz, as the sixth-year man has thrown for seven touchdowns to two interceptions since being thrust into the lineup. Foles is tops in completion percentage, yards per attempt and quarterback rating during the postseason while doing a great job at evenly distributing the ball among his receiving group. He does have the luxury of throwing to Zach Ertz, who was – by far – the top tight end in the NFC this season. When Ertz has been heavily involved in the game plan, the Eagles have flourished, as the team is 9-1 SU and 6-4 ATS when the tight end has five or more receptions this season.
Defensively, the Eagles have one of the best units in football. Philly ranked in the top five in the NFL in yards allowed, points allowed, interceptions and passes defended. In addition, the defensive line – featuring the dominant Fletcher Cox – allowed the least amount of time in the pocket to opposing quarterbacks. This pressure has not always resulted in sacks – the Eagles have just four during the postseason – but constantly keeps opposing offenses scrambling.