Super Bowl LVI Odds
Let me tell you something, brother. No, it’s not about vitamins, because I’m not Hulk Hogan and we aren’t in the ‘80s. It’s about the NFL Super Bowl LVI.
If you always believed in the Cincinnati Bengals, respect. If you never did, I don’t blame you. Like it or not, things are different when it comes to the Los Angeles Rams. Why? Because the Rams added some serious talent during the offseason. Then added a little bit more during the regular season. I think you can say that they were determined to play the big game in their own stadium.
The Pro Bowl is finally behind us, now it’s time to focus on the real superstar’s showdown. You know, the ones that really earned the badge.
We already have the Super Bowl LVI odds fully loaded. Every game is crucial now, so be sure to check ‘em and pick your favorites!
NFL Super Bowl LVI Preview
I just can’t stop thinking about A.J. Green. The veteran wide receiver spent 10 years in Cincinnati. During that span, the Bengals didn’t even win a postseason game. Understandably, he got traded, and that very same year the team decided to go all the way.
Luckily for us, and Joe Burrow, not having Green on the team made the Bengals pick Ja’Marr Chase. The rookie sensation is expected to have a great night alongside Burrow and Joe Mixon. We’re talking about the new three musketeers.
On the other side, Matthew Stafford finally made it. Come on, he deserved it after spending 12 long seasons in Detroit. Having Aaron Donald, Von Miller, Jalen Ramsey, Cooper Kupp, and Odell Beckham Jr has a lot to do with it. However, Stafford has had a great season and it could end with a Super Bowl MVP award.
The NFL Super Bowl LVI odds are ready and waiting as we look through each game.
NFL Game of the Week
Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams (-4)
February 13, 6:30 p.m. ET
Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals did it again. They overcame a double-digit deficit against the Kansas City Chiefs and won the AFC title. Their first Conference title since 1988.
Here’s the thing. Chase had a good game with six receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown, but he didn’t lead the team. In that case we need to talk about Tee Higgins, who finished with six receptions for 103 yards. He was the key in a couple of crucial third downs.
Mixon carried the ball 21 times for 88 yards. Mixon is the reason why the Rams’ backfield is at a disadvantage. Yes, even with Cam Akers back. Mixon has proven he can carry the load any given Sunday.
The Bengals are 7-0 against the spread in their last seven games. However, they also are 0-5 straight up in their last five games against an opponent from the NFC West.
Here’s where the Rams come into play. They also overcame a double-digit deficit to defeat the San Francisco 49ers and won the NFC title. They managed to do it all in the fourth quarter.
As you probably figured out, Stafford and Cooper Kupp led the Rams to victory. Stafford threw for more than 300 yards, while Kupp finished with 142 yards and two touchdowns. I’ve been telling you, Kupp deserves to win MVP.
Odell Beckham Jr/ also finished the game with 100+ yards. When you face the Rams, the only thing you can do is to choose your favorite poison.
The Rams are 5-1-1 ATS in their last seven games against the Bengals. Their defensive unit has a lot to do with that as well. Besides Donald, Ramsey, and Miller, there’s also Eric Weddle. The veteran free safety returned to finally win a ring. He will return to retirement once the game is done. Last but not least, head coach Sean McVay, who led the franchise to its second Super Bowl over the last five years. What a signing!
Before wrapping things up, the total went under in the last five matchups between these two. Being honest, I don’t think that trend will continue.