The NFL has figured out which two teams will represent their conferences in Super Bowl LII, the New England Patriots vs the Philadelphia Eagles. The NFC and AFC Conference Champions's clash on Sunday is set to be full of value, so our experts have put together all the best odds and advised on which markets are worth targeting for Super Bowl LI betting!
The National Football League (NFL), the US's top professional American football league, is by far the most popular professional league in the States and garners a wealth of attention globally with all the top betting sites. The NFL championship game is called the Super Bowl with it's 52nd installment set to kickoff on Sunday.
Due to the amount of coverage the game receives each year, with Super Bowl LII no different, betting the Super Bowl requires more strategy than traditional NFL betting. Fortunately, our experts have put together this complete Super Bowl LII betting preview to help ensure a victory for more than just one of the teams.
The New England Patriots have always used a rag-tag group of offensive weapons along side QB Tom Brady yet one elite player they've had the last few goes at the Super Bowl has been TE Rob Gronkowski. Although he's missed Super Bowls in the past due to injury, he's been the most targeted player by Brady over the last few years.
Unfortunately, in the AFC Championship Gronkowski was knocked out of the game with a concussion. He's sense been cleared to play in the game Sunday but is more susceptible to another concussion having just come-off one. If he's knock out for a significant portion of Super Bowl LII, the Patriots could be in a bit trouble.
Super Bowl betting is always packed full of player prop odds. The best value bets of Super Bowl LII action in terms of player props bets have all been collected and listed below. The title game this year offers at least a few opportunities for informed bettors to potentially take advantage. Bet365 offers a selection of thousands of prop bets while Ladbrokes offers their fare share of value as well:
When browsing the props, it's important to not just look for favorable odds but for realistic outcomes. Tom Brady to score in the first half, which is currently offered at 17/10 with Ladbrokes, is totally realistic and could present some serious value. The Super Bowl is the time to pull out all the tricks and opening with a few big plays is entirely possible.
Danny Amendola Scored multiple touchdowns and led the team in receiving against Jacksonville's league-leading secondary during the AFC Championship. The veteran receiver is also New England's punt returner so Bet365 offering odds of 15/8 for Amendola to score at some point during the game sticks out to our experts.
The American who laid a multi-million dollar bet of the Eagles to win might be on to something. Although Philadelphia lost their talented QB in Carson Wentz near the end of the season they've rallied around backup Nick Foles to win their conference. Thanks to a terrifying pass rush they've laid waste to the rest of NFC.
The teams who have actually found a way to beat Brady and the Patriots in past Super Bowls were always led by elite pass rushes including the fairytale New York Giants in the 2007 Super Bowl XLII. Considering Ladbrokes' odds of 17/10 for Philadelphia to win outright could provide value if the Eagles can get to Brady.
If you're not interested in betting the outright market, punters should turn their attention to the first half winner market. New England has been featured in a wealth of second half comebacks over the years thanks to their incredible ability to adjust at half time. Check out the Eagles leading at half offered at 13/8 with Ladbrokes.
Sports betting will be most popular way to engage Super Bowl LII action but don't forget daily fantasy. A limited player pool is what makes DFS for the NFL title game unique but also why it presents value. Players who don't see odds or betting markets worth wagering can turn to the likes of FanDuel and setup a lineup to play!
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