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We find out which two teams will be participating in the Super Bowl this weekend but that isn’t stopping sportsbooks from offering early odds on the big game.
Oddsmakers have come up with advance lines for every possible Super Bowl matchup involving the four teams remaining and there are even a few favorite Super Bowl prop bets already live at a number of sportsbooks.
Here’s a quick peek all the Super Bowl bets available before the AFC and NFC championship games are played.
Advanced Super Bowl spread and total
Checking out the advanced Super Bowl odds is a worthwhile task whether you plan on betting on them or not. It’s helpful to get an idea of what oddsmakers project the odds to be in each scenario before the teams' performances in the conference championship games and the changing winds of public opinion alter the Super Bowl pointspread and total.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots (-7, 45.5)
Minnesota Vikings vs. New England Patriots (-2.5, 47.5)
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-1.5, 39.5)
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Minnesota Vikings (-5.5, 40)
Odds courtesy of BetOnline.com.
Exact Outcome of Super Bowl LII
If the advanced line isn’t scratching your gambling itch, betting on the exact outcome might do the trick. This again will give bettors a clue as to what the most likely outcome is in the eyes of the bookies in Super Bowl LII.
Jags beat Vikes +1600
Jags beat Eagles +2000
Pats beat Vikes +225
Pats beat Eagles +350
Vikes beat Jags +600
Vikes beat Pats +350
Eagles beat Jags +2000
Eagles beat Pats +1000
Sports Interaction offers odds on naming the two finalists in the Super Bowl rather than picking the two teams and which team wins.
Patriots + Vikings (-110)
Patriots + Eagles (+225)
Jaguars + Vikings (+600)
Jaguars + Eagles (+1100)
Super Bowl MVP
Who’ll win the major individual hardware in the Super Bowl and tell the cameras he’s going to Disney World? The odds are up on Sportsbook.ag on who’ll win the Super Bowl MVP award. No shock that four-time winner Tom Brady is the favorite, or that another quarterback is tied for the second shortest odds. Over half the Super Bowl MVP winners have been quarterbacks.
Tom Brady +125
Case Keenum (+700)
Rob Gronkowski (+700)
Adam Thielen (+1000)
Stefon Diggs (+1400)
Dion Lewis (+1500)
Nick Foles (+2000)
Jay Ajayi (+2000)
Latavius Murray (+3000)
Alshon Jeffrey (+4000)
Blake Bortles (+4000)
Brandin Cooks (+4000)
Leonard Fournette (+4000)
Fletcher Cox (+7500)
Jalen Ramsey (+10,000)
Marquise Lee (+10,000)
Super Bowl Coin Toss
5Dimes is offering odds already on America’s favorite Super Bowl prop bet. Heads or tails in the coin toss – who you got? It’s this writer’s belief that a person who picks heads over tails in coin flip situations is an imbecile bound to be wrong 50 percent of the time.
Tails (-101) Heads (-101)
National Anthem over/under
Does pop star Pink have the pipes to go over two minutes in her Super Bowl performance of the national anthem? 5Dimes has set the over/under at 120 seconds.
The average time for the last 12 performances is 118.6 seconds with the longest coming in at 155 seconds by Alicia Keys at Super Bowl XLVII and the shortest by Billy Joel at a minute and a half at Super Bowl XLI.