Super Bowl 2019 Odds, Predictions & Tips
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New Orleans Saints
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Rams
New England Patriots
Introduction to the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is an annual event that determines the National Football League’s champion for each given season. Before the term “Super Bowl” was created, the American Football League and the National Football League would battle it out for supremacy in a game previously known as the AFL-NFL World Championship. The term “Super Bowl” was coined as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. After the merger was complete, each league was separated into different conferences. The winners of the AFC (formally known as the AFL) and the NFC (formally the NFL) meet up on Super Bowl Sunday to determine the NFL Champion for each season.
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Super Bowl 2019 Predictions
- Who is the Super Bowl LIII Favorite? Current Super Bowl Odds peg the New Orleans Saints (3.50) as your future Super Bowl 2019 Champions. Yet, further inspection into recent play on the field would make the Los Angeles Rams (5.50) the more attractive bet.
Who Will Play in Super Bowl 2019?
- Los Angeles Rams v. New England Patriots – The Los Angeles Rams can compete with, and defeat, the best the league has to offer. Their 2nd ranked total offense carried LA through most of the regular season, yet their defense found it’s way through the final month of 2018. Since surrendering 51 points in a win over Kansas City in week 11, Los Angeles gave up 16 points or less in three of their final five games.
- In a conference that leaves much to be desired, it wouldn’t come to anyone’s surprise if the New England Patriots were the team representing the AFC in the Super Bowl when it’s all said and done. Though 2018 was disappointing, the Pats still finished the season 11-5, and have the league’s 4th ranked offense. While the Patriots defense may rank just 21st in terms of yards surrendered, they are efficient at keeping opponents out of the endzone. Combine a defense that keeps the opposition from scoring, with the greatest Coach and Quarterback tandem of all time, and you have the possible receipt for a Super Bowl 2019 Champion.
What Team is a Bust?
- The Kansas City Chiefs – The Chiefs are your current favorites to come out of the AFC, with Super Bowl betting odds set at 5.50. While Patrick Mahomes will leave you in awe with his uncanny ability to light up the scoreboard, his defense is horrendous. Kansas City ended the regular season ranking next-to-last in total defense. That, combined with the absence of Kareem Hunt on offense, should leave you looking elsewhere when it comes to putting your money on a Super Bowl 2019 champion.
Who Has a Chance to Shock the World?
- Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens are built off of two things that many prior Lombardi Trophy winners were dependent on, hard-nosed defense, and an effective run game. Since Lamar Jackson has taken over as the team’s starting quarterback, the Ravens have developed into the league’s second ranked rush offense. On the opposite side of the ball, Baltimore tops the league in nearly every defensive statistical category. Lamar Jackson will have to show more as a passer for the Ravens to be considered true contenders, but their style of play should keep any opponent that comes their way up at night.
- Seattle Seahawks – The Seahawks are built much like the Baltimore Ravens, with a prominent run game, and a defense good enough to get the job done. However, instead of a rookie QB at the helm, Seattle touts a former Super Bowl Champion as their signal caller. Russell Wilson, combined with the league’s top rush offense, will likely hand out a handful of upsets by the time Super Bowl LIII comes around.
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- Choose the Market
- Outright Markets – Outright Markets are when you place a bet on the winner of an entire league or competition instead of a single matchup. These bets can be placed before the season starts and remain open through the completion of the Super Bowl.
- Prop Bets
- Prop Bets or Proposition Bets are a bet placed on an individual player or event. Prop Bets can be placed on anything from how many touchdowns a specific player will score, to whether the coin flip will result in heads or tails/ Example: Who will have more touchdowns in Super Bowl 2019, Tom Brady or Todd Gurley?
- Other Markets – Other betting markets such as over/under, point spread, and outright winners and more, will be available the closer we get to the kickoff of the big game.
- Do Your Research
- Don’t go into a bet blind. Before putting your money down on something, make sure to do your research. The sports world is ever changing, lines and predictions are constantly on the move. Make sure to continuously check the odds, markets, and bookmakers. Have a good understanding of what you are betting on. For instance, visiting sites with Super Bowl predictions and Super Bowl tips will help further your knowledge on a specific Super Bowl betting lines or prop bets to heighten your chances at a more probable and lucrative payout.
Popular Betting Markets
- Outright Winner – The winner of an entire competition rather than a single event. In this case you would place your bet for who you predict to win Super Bowl 2019.
- Point Spread – The point spread is a figure set by oddsmakers to provide an advantage/disadvantage based on a margin of victory/defeat for a given team. The team designated as the “favorite” (likely to win), will be given a negative point spread. This means they would have to win the game by the given points to earn you a payout. The “underdog” is given a positive point spread. Meaning the team can lose a game, but as long as it is within the given positive point spread, they would still be considered winners against the spread.
- Example: Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) vs. New England Patriots (+3.5). The Rams enter the game as 3.5-point favorites, meaning they would have to win the game by 4 points or more to win the bet. New England, on the other hand, enters the game as a 3.5-point underdog. The Patriots could either win the game or lose the game, but by no more than 3 points to win the bet.
- Example: Rams defeat Patriots 20-17. The Rams win the game, but the Patriots win the bet due to not losing by more than 3 points. In terms “covering the spread.”
- Total (Over/Under) – The total is a marker set by oddsmakers to determine the combination of points scored by both teams. You can place your bet on whether you believe the total will be over or under the set total. Example:Rams vs. Patriots (Over/Under 40 points). Rams win 20-17, giving a total of just 37 points scored between the two teams. Since 37 is less than 40, the game went UNDER.
Super Bowl Prop Bets
- Examples of Previous Super Bowl Prop Bets
- How long will it take to sing the National Anthem?
- What color will Pink’s hair be when she starts singing the National Anthem?
- Will either quarterback throw over 400 yards passing?
- Will anyone besides Tom Brady and Nick Foles take a snap during the game?
- Will Tom Brady’s jersey be stolen again?
- Will the first offensive play be a run or a pass?
Super Bowl 2019 Schedule
- The 2018 NFL regular season started on Thursday, September 6, 2018, just three days removed from Labor Day. The opening game in the NFL consisted of the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, versus the Atlanta Falcons. Philadelphia defeated Atlanta to the tune of 18-12
- The NFL regular season consists of 17 weeks, with each of the 32 NFL teams receiving a single bye week, where they don’t play a game. Week 17, the final week of the 2018 NFL regular season, took place on December 30th and ended with an 8:20 pm kickoff between the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans. The former, came away victorious in a 33-17 route, and punched their ticket as the last and final playoff team.
- The NFL’s 17-week regular season schedule, along with a four-week combination of playoff games and the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl game, pushes the Super Bowl into the New Year. The Super Bowl takes place on the first Sunday of February, just as it has since Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002.
- Super Bowl LIII will be played on Sunday, February 3, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Kickoff in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium will occur at approximately 6:30 pm (ET).
Interesting Super Bowl Facts
- The Pittsburgh Steelers have hoisted the Lombardi trophy more than any other NFL team. The Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers have each won five Super Bowls, while Pittsburgh has won six.
- New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms was paid $75,000 to shout, “I’m going to Disney World” on the field following the Giants Super Bowl XXI victory over the Denver Broncos.
- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is tied with Hall of Fame pass rusher Charles Haley for most Super Bowl wins. While each player owns five Super Bowl rings, Brady has captured all his playing for just one team. Haley won championships as both a member of the 49ers and the Cowboys.
- The New England Patriots have appeared in the big game more than any other NFL team. The Pats have made it to Super Bowl Sunday an astonishing ten times.
- The most expensive ticket to attend Super Bowl I cost a measly $12.00 back in 1967. Based off of inflation, that would cost you an affordable $89 today. The first Super Bowl tickets didn’t even sell out!
- A 30-second commercial spot during the Super Bowl would have cost you around $40,000 during the inaugural Super Bowl. Fast forward today, that same 30-second commercial slot will run $5.5+ million dollars.
- The Buffalo Bills played in a record setting four consecutive Super Bowl from 1990-1993. Buffalo came away empty handed, losing every single game.
- No NFL team has ever had the privilege of playing a Super Bowl with home field advantage. Never has an organization made it to the Super Bowl the same year that the big game was taking place in their home Stadium.
- A power outage in New Orleans’ Superdome halted play for approximately 34 minutes in Super Bowl XLVII.
- Super Bowl LI is the only Super Bowl to ever go into overtime. The New England Patriots ended up benefiting the most from the additional period. The Pats defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28.
About the Super Bowl
The winner of the Super Bowl is awarded the Lombardi trophy. The trophy is named in honor of Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi, who led the Green Bay Packers to victories in the first two inaugural Super Bowl games ever played. The Super Bowl takes place at the culmination of the NFL football season for the calendar year prior. Super Bowl Sunday has blossomed into something of an unofficial national holiday, becoming hands down, one of the biggest events in pro sports.
Super Bowl LIII
Super Bowl 53, the 49th modern-era NFL Championship game, will occur on February 3, 2019, to determine the league champion for the 2018 NFL season. Super Bowl LIII will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, the home of the Atlanta Falcons. This will be the third Super Bowl that Atlanta has hosted, but the first in their new stadium. Their previous two Super Bowls, played in 1994 and 2000, took place in the now demolished Georgia Dome.
The Super Bowl halftime show, the biggest concert of the year, should once again be an entertaining one. It’s been confirmed that Grammy Award-winning pop/rock band Maroon 5 will headline Super Bowl 2019. The “She Will Be Loved” group won’t be the only musical juggernauts taking the stage come February 3rd. Hip-Hop superstar Travis Scott has been pegged to performer alongside Maroon 5 for the big game.
While your halftime will be filled predominantly with modern day pop and hip-hop, don’t be surprised if you get hit with a nostalgic moment that brings you back to your childhood. An online petition to perform the song “Sweet Victory” was created in November 2018 in honor of the late SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg. The song, which was performed at the fictitious “Bubble Bowl” from the episode “Band Geek”, has garnered over a million signatures. Mercedes-Benz Stadium has since tweeted a gif of the scene from the “Band Geeks” episode, potentially teasing a future performance of the song.