The Vince Lombardi Trophy — one of the most recognizable and cherished pieces of hardware in professional sports — is awarded to the Super Bowl champion each year. In 2017, the National Football League celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, which was first played on Jan. 15, 1967. That season, Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 to claim the trophy for the first time. The Pittsburgh Steelers hold the record for most Super Bowl titles with six.
However, the New England Patriots are narrowing the gap as the franchise has five Super Bowl championships — its last coming in 2017 when future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady led the club to their second crown in three seasons. The Steelers dominated in the 1970s, winning four of their six championships within a five-year period.
The Super Bowl transcends football. The halftime show attracts viewers; so do the commercials on Super Bowl Sunday. Most of all, it’s now one of the most single-sport betting events in North America.
Online sportsbooks gear up for the yearly NFL championship, enticing bettors with traditional wagers such as money line, point spread and over/under odds. However, various sportsbooks also offer intriguing props bets from which team will win the coin flip to what color will the Gatorade be when it’s poured on the winning coach. Traditional and even non-football fans put their money down on prop bets every year.
Super Bowl Sports Betting Odds
You'll find all the betting odds for the Super Bowl below so make sure you evaluate what will suit your needs best. Are you interested in prop bets, over/under, moneyline?
Like regular bets, it's always best to place prop bets early. Sportsbooks will adjust those numbers as well, depending on which way the action is headed once the lines open. Making your decisions at the inceptions of those lines ensures you get the best possible odds.
Futures Super Bowl Betting
It comes as little to no surprise the New England Patriots enter the 2017 NFL season as Super Bowl favorites. The defending champions return to the field arguably even better than 2016 when the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in the championship.
Oddsmakers with Bovada have the Patriots as +325 favorites to capture a second straight Super Bowl, however the path to another ring may not be as simple for Tom Brady and Co. this time around.
Sportsbooks are also high on the Green Bay Packers, who come in second among Super Bowl favorites at +800. The Packers were rated high a year ago but barely scraped into the playoffs. However, star quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have a favorable schedule in 2017, which means the club should have a lot left in the tank when the playoffs roll around.
The Oakland Raiders can be mentioned as legitimate Super Bowl contenders, especially with the addition of running back Marshawn Lynch. Entering the season, the Raiders are listed as +1000 favorites to win their first Super Bowl title since 1984.
Here are the rest of the Super Bowl future odds, courtesy of Bovada.lv.
Prop Bets for 2017-18
The NFL season is in full swing but bettors may already be thinking about the playoffs.
BetOnline has a series of enticing NFL playoff special prop odds that are already attracting bettors around the globe. Perhaps one of the most intriguing prop bets being offered heading into the 2017 NFL season is whether the Green Bay Packers can reach the NFC Championship. Taking the Packers to make it to the conference final will pay +190, but act fast because those odds will not be the same once Green Bay starts getting hot.
BetOnline has also set the projected highest win total at 13.5. Is there an NFL team that can reach 14 wins? The New England Patriots are definitely in that category playing in the watered-down AFC East Division. Taking the over will pay -120 while the under is +120.
Ties are rare in the NFL today, especially with enhanced overtime rules which make it easier for teams to end games in the extra quarter. However, BetOnline has prop odds on whether the 2017 season will produce a tied game. Take NO, which will pay out at +260.
Ready to put your money down on Super Bowl future odds? Here are some of the top online sportsbooks to consider before laying down your wager.