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Official 2018 Super Bowl online betting guide for bettors looking to place bets on Superbowl 52 in Minneapolis, Minnesota at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, February 4th, 2018. If you want to learn how to bet on Superbowl 2018 and more importantly, where to bet and how to bet on Super Bowl 2018 between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

February 4, 2018 by : Posted in 2016, 2017, 2018, XLIX No Comments

Philadelphia Wants to Dethrone Patriots At SuperBowl

The Philadelphia Eagles will be facing the New England Patriots in Superbowl 2018 for the second time in franchise history and they are hoping things turn out better the second time around.

The first meeting between the two teams ended up becoming the coronation of the Patriots as a dynasty after they won their third Super Bowl title in four years at the expense of the Eagles. This season, the Patriots have the opportunity to win their third Super Bowl in four years again, but this time around, the Eagles don’t have any intention to lose again.

The Eagles opened as -5.5 point underdogs in Superbowl betting, but Lane Johnson isn’t intimidated.

“I know,” Johnson said. “Hey, Tom Brady. Pretty boy Tom Brady. He’s the best quarterback of all time, so, nothing I’d like to do more than dethrone that guy.”

Malcolm Jenkins also doesn’t believe the Patriots are unbeatable.

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“Greatest quarterback of all time, but that doesn’t mean that he’s unbeatable,” safety Malcolm Jenkins said. “We’ve got a destination that we’re geared to. No matter who’s in front of us, we’ve got somewhere to go.”

Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie echoed that sentiment after his team defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game en route to Superbowl LII.

“We’re not only going to Minneapolis,” he said, “we have something to do in Minneapolis. One more win.”

Johnson added that it would be great for the Eagles to defeat the team that cost them an opportunity to win their first Super Bowl trophy in 2004.

“For what they did to us in [the] 2004 [season], to get payback, there would be nothing sweeter than that,” Johnson said. “I remember watching that game when I was 14 years old. I was hoping the Eagles would win. Just coming up short, you could feel the pain, and you could also feel the passion of what this city wants. And we’re here, so it’s right at our fingertips.”

February 3, 2018 by : Posted in NFL No Comments

Luckiest Teams In Super Bowl History

What makes the Super Bowl so interesting is the fact that even though the best team usually wins, there have also been some teams that pulled off the win thanks to some luck. With Tom Brady and the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles about to play for the Lombardi trophy with a 4.5 point spread differential predicted, let’s take a look at some of the luckiest teams in Super Bowl history.

When it comes to betting on the Super Bowl online for 2018 many fans are taking the Patriots at -4.5 points because that is the betting favorite, but the impossible has happened before and that’s why you should not count out the Eagles who are underdogs when it comes to betting on Super Bowl 2018.

5. Washington Redskins

The Redskins went into their game against the Denver Broncos as three point underdogs, but went on to dismantle the Broncos 42-10.

Despite the lopsided final score, the game could have ended differently if the refs had made the right call on a Doug Williams fumble that would have given the Broncos a 17 point lead.

The referees called back the touchdown because Williams “in the grasp” despite no Broncos player touching him when he went down.

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4. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers dominated in the 1970s, but needed some luck to win their last two Super Bowls. In 2006, the Steelers needed a lot of help to get the win over the Seattle Seahawks in a game most people believe the Seahawks got robbed.

Seattle led in every single major statistical category, even including more turnovers forced, but the refs gave the Steelers a few lucky breaks that helped them win the game.

3. Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens needed a little luck to get past the Denver Broncos in the Divisional Round of the playoffs during their Super Bowl run in 2012, and some help from the referees against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 47.

The Ravens took an early lead, but the 49ers stormed back in the second half and had the ball on Baltimore’s one yard line. The 49ers decision to pass the ball on all four downs was baffling, but the Ravens committed a pass interference e penalty on the last play that wasn’t called, helping them get the win.

2. New England Patriots

You don’t get to win five Super Bowls in 18 years without a little luck. The Patriots needed the Tuck Rule to advance to their first Super Bowl, then there was the Spygate controversy surrounding their win over the Rams in the Super Bowl.

In Super Bowl 49, they also lucked out when the Seahawks refused to hand the ball off to Marshawn Lynch in what would have ended up being a win for Seattle.

1. New York Giants
The Giants are probably the luckiest team in Super Bowl history. They needed a missed field by Scott Norwood to defeat the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl 25, a Houdini escape act and David Tyree helmet catch to defeat the 18-0 Patriots in Super Bowl 42, and a Wes Welker drop to defeat the Patriots again five years later.

February 2, 2018 by : Posted in betting No Comments

Eagles Are Biggest SuperBowl Underdog In Almost A Decade

If any of the Philadelphia Eagles sound irritated during their media sessions this week, it is probably because the Eagles are the biggest underdogs in the Super Bowl since 2009, which the team feels is a sign of disrespect because they finished with the same record as the Patriots, who opened as 5.5 point favorites.

As the defending champions, it is understandable that the Patriots are Superbowl betting favorites, and the fact that the Eagles don’t have their starting quarterback only hurts their odds.

The Eagles are the largest Super Bowl underdog since the Arizona Cardinals were seven-point underdogs to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII.

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Philadelphia has been an underdog all season long. The Eagles were 40-1 to win the Super Bowl at the beginning of the season. They started the season 10-2 but lost quarterback Carson Wentz to a knee injury in early December. Backup quarterback Nick Foles stepped in and led the Eagles to back-to-back wins in the playoffs. Despite finishing the season with better records than their opponents, the Eagles were underdogs in each of their playoff games, against the Atlanta Falcons and the Vikings.

After winning the Super Bowl last season, the Patriots started the season as the consensus Super Bowl favorites with odds around 5-2 and, after a few early losses, they remained the team to beat at Las Vegas sportsbooks for the majority of the season.

Interestingly, the Westgate SuperBook noted that if Wentz wasn’t injured, the odds for the Super Bowl would have been pick’em, which is surprising because the bookmakers usually show the Patriots love.

In the last 51 years, the betting favorite has won 33 of the previous 51 Super Bowls, with the Patriots owning two of those losses thanks to Eli Manning and the New York Giants.

February 2, 2018 by : Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Nick Foles Not Rattled By Magnitude Of Super Bowl

The Super Bowl will feature two quarterbacks with a combined eight Super Bowl appearances between them. However, Tom Brady has all eight of the appearances while Nick Foles has none.

With the Eagles backup quarterback getting ready for the biggest game of his career, Foles isn’t as intimidated as you would expect.

“Everyone asks me how I’m doing,” Foles said. “I’m good.”

Head coach Doug Pederson has been really impressed with how Foles has handled himself so far.

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“He’s really handled his business extremely well,” Pederson said. “He tries to block out the clutter, the noise, as much as he can and just focus on his job. He’s had a great week of preparation, and the last month has been really special for him. … He’s been able to handle it extremely well and put himself in a really good position.”

It shouldn’t be surprising that Foles is feeling confident considering the fact that he has completed 78 percent of his passes with three touchdowns and zero interceptions this postseason, and has a 75 percent completion rate in three career playoff games.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Foles’ playoff performance is the best of any quarterback with at least 50 postseason attempts. His performance against the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game (three TDs, 141.4 QB rating) was arguably his best as a pro.

Even Patriots coach Bill Belichick had a lot of praise for Foles.

“The guy’s a good quarterback,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said. “He’s smart, he knows where his receivers are. He’s very resourceful to work away from the rush, finds ways to throw, and throws accurately. He makes great decisions in there, RPO [run-pass option] or check-with-me type of game. He’s played great for them.”

Foles has been enjoying his time in Minnesota, but knows there’s still work to be done.

“To be in this position is extremely humbling, but at the same time, I know why we’re here,” he said. “I’m just a small piece to the puzzle, there’s so many other pieces to the puzzle, and that’s the beautiful thing about this team, is we’ve really had to depend on each other throughout the course of the year because of everything that happened. And to be here makes it even more special.”

February 1, 2018 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

Gronkowski’s Superbowl Status Still Unclear

Rob Gronkowski’s injury has now become public knowledge and has already greatly impacted Superbowl 52 betting odds. Last week, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski left the team’s AFC Championship Game matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars early due to a head injury that was later revealed to be a concussion.

Gronkowski, who didn’t return to the game, was placed in the concussion protocol soon after and hasn’t been cleared to play in the Super Bowl. With that said, what does Gronkowski’s status really have to do with the Patriots winning another Superbowl?

If Gronkowski is unable to play in the Super Bowl, the Patriots will be in trouble because he was their top receiver during the season, and the team is already without Julian Edelman, who suffered a season-ending injury during the preseason.

Without Gronkowski to bail him out of tough jams, Tom Brady might struggle during the game, especially if the Eagles bring a lot of pressure.

Brady will also need Brandin Cooks to step his game up if Gronkowski is unable to play.

Superbowl 2018 Gronkowski Status

Last year, the Patriots won the Super Bowl without Gronkowski, which will make Patriots fans optimistic about their chances this year. The Patriots struggled offensively in the first half but they were able to fight their way back in the game and get the win. If you have been following Superbowl online betting odds you might have noticed that the opening line had the Patriots favored by 7 points to win Superbowl 2018, then shifted to 5.5 points, and now it currently sits at only 4.5 points has more and more news reports come in predicting that Gronkowski will not be cleared to play.

However, the team had Edelman last season and he ended up being the difference maker on offense.

Since the Super Bowl is still a week away, the Patriots and their fans are hoping Gronkowski will have enough time to recover from the concussion, but with head injuries like that, it is impossible to say how long he will be out.

Some players recover quickly from concussions while other don’t.

In addition to Gronkowski’s situation, the Patriots will also be keeping an eye on Tom Brady’s injured thumb, which required 12 stitches last week before they played the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Brady didn’t seem to be affected by the injury during the game, but the Patriots training staff will monitor it to make sure it heals properly and doesn’t reopen.

January 30, 2018 by : Posted in betting No Comments

Best Way To Watch Super Bowl 2018

Are you looking for the best ways to watch or bet on Super Bowl 2018? Well, we can help you out with some of that. Superbowl LII takes place on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota where the Vikings play. The game will start at 6:30 PM EST and will be broadcasted live nationally on NBC.

With four teams left in the playoffs (New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Minnesota Vikings), fans will finally find out which teams will play in the Super Bowl once the conference championship games are played on Sunday.

Since the Super Bowl is just around the corner, it’s time to start discussing the best way to watch the big game or bet on Super Bowl 2018 online or in Las Vegas.

Throwing a Super Bowl Party

Throwing a party is a great way to watch the big game with friends and family, and it is also very cost effective because buying food and drinks won’t cost too much. You can always get a pool going online for your guests that attend, setup squares, or get the group together for Super Bowl online betting group wagers. However, having people at your home will require you to clean up after the party, which can be a hassle.

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Going To A Sports Bar

This is another great way to enjoy the Super Bowl because you get to watch the game on some pretty big screens with a large crowd, which always makes it an enjoyable experience. Going to the bar is also cost effective unless you are picking up the tab for a large group of people.

Going To The Game

This is obviously the best way to enjoy the Super Bowl because you get to watch it live and experience the game in a way you can’t if you’re watching it on television. Going to the Super Bowl also allows you to visit cities you might not have been to or don’t go to very often.

While watching the game live is the best way to enjoy it, it is also the most expensive because you have to buy tickets to the game, pay for transportation and lodging, as well as food.

Since the Super Bowl is in Minnesota this year, going to the game might not be very appealing because of the weather, which will prevent people from enjoying what the city has to offer. But, since the game will be played inside a climate controlled stadium, watching it live will still be fun.

January 19, 2018 by : Posted in superbowl No Comments

How To Plan A Proper Superbowl Party

Whether you care about the Superbowl or not, it doesn’t mean you still can’t party on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 and plan your own killer Super Bowl 52 party.

The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the country, which is why plenty of people invite their friends over to their homes to enjoy the festivities.

If you’re interested in throwing a Super Bowl 52 party this season and want to do it right, here are a few tips to help you out.

  • Properly Setup The Viewing Room
  • If all your guests are expected to watch the game in your living room, make sure you have the biggest television in the house setup there with enough room for everyone to watch. This means you will likely have to remove a couch or two and replace them with foldable chairs to create more space.

    If you have multiple televisions in your house, make sure you put them in areas where guests can still see the game if they aren’t in the living room.

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  • Have Food Ready
  • Some people wait until the Super Bowl is about to start before they fire up the grill, which doesn’t make sense because you will miss most if not all of the game because you were cooking. Instead of waiting until the last minute, get a head start on the grilling so you are done by the time the game starts.

    Your guests will also appreciate it because they won’t have to wait on the food while the game is on.

  • Use Disposable Plates Bowls And Cups
  • This will save you a lot of headache because you don’t have to worry about washing a bunch of dishes when your guests leave. It also helps to keep accidents at a minimum and you don’t have to worry about picking up broken glass.

  • Have Plenty Of Drinks
  • Nothing ends a Super Bowl party quicker than the host running out of refreshments, so make sure you have enough booze for all your guests. If you’re expecting a lot of people and don’t want to spend a lot of money on alcohol, you can ask guests to bring some with them and have a backup stash in case you run out. Also remember to have enough soft drinks for the guests that don’t drink alcohol and kids.

  • Have a Pool Going
  • Nothing makes the Super Bowl more interesting than having a friendly wager going on during the game like Super Bowl squares, so have a little pool going among the guest with everyone chipping in a dollar or whatever their comfortable with and the winner taking the pot at the end of the game.

    January 12, 2018 by : Posted in 52 No Comments

    AFC Superbowl Odds

    Updated AFC Super Bowl Odds
    After last weekend’s games, the playoff picture is set in both conferences and we know which teams will have home field throughout the playoffs.
    In the AFC, the New England Patriots finished tied for the best record in the conference but clinched home field because of their week 15 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Patriots offs of winning the Super Bowl is now +225.
    Since they are the defending champions, they are the smartest bet, but not necessarily the best.
    The Pittsburgh Steelers are the number two seed in the AFC and their current odds to win it all is +575. The Steelers have so many weapons on offense, they will still have a good chance of defeating the Patriots even if they don’t have Antonio Brown back in time for the AFC Championship Game.
    Since they have had difficulties defeating the Patriots in the past, they are not the smartest bet, but they are the best value bet in the AFC because if they get past the Patriots, they should be able to defeat any NFC team they face.
    The Kansas City Chiefs have the next best odds at +2000, but not too many people are confident in the Chiefs right now, after imploding in the second half of the season. Since they did beat the Patriots at the start of the season, they will be a confident bunch if they have to play the Patriots again.
    The Jacksonville Jaguars are next at +2200, but the injuries they suffered last in the season and the act that their quarterback is still Blake Bortles makes it hard to consider them a serious contender.
    The Buffalo Bills at +6600 are not a great value because they likely won’t survive their Wildcard matchup against the Jaguars.
    The Tennessee Titans wrap up the AFC at +10000. Unlike the Bills, they actually have a chance to upset the Chiefs this weekend, but won’t have a chance against the Patriots and Steelers.

    January 4, 2018 by : Posted in 52 No Comments

    Who Will Win the AFC Championship

    As we approach the final week of the NFL regular season, the playoff picture is finally taking shape, which means the Super Bowl odds for all the teams going into the playoffs have changed.

    In the AFC, the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders, Miami Dolphins, and Denver Broncos were preseason favorites with the best odds of winning the Super Bowl.

    Fast forward to week 17, the Patriots and Steelers are the only teams in the group going into the playoffs.

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    The Patriots, who were the preseason favorites to win it all, still have the best Super Bowl odds. New England’s odds are currently at +250, while the Steelers are at +475. For the latest Steelers and Patriots Super Bowl betting odds check out BSB for 2018.

    The other playoff teams in the AFC include:

    Jacksonville Jaguars: +1400
    Kansas City Chiefs: +1800
    Baltimore Ravens: +2800
    Los Angeles Chargers: +7500
    Tennessee Titans: +7500
    Buffalo Bills: +15000

    The Patriots, who will have home field throughout the AFC playoffs are still the smartest bet because they have Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and Rob Gronkowski, and won the Super Bowl last year.

    The Steelers are another good bet, but the fact that they can’t seem to defeat the Patriots is very worrisome. The fact that James Harrison, who was released by the Steelers on Saturday and signed with the Patriots on Sunday, can share all he knows about the Steelers offense and defense with the Patriots, also makes the Steelers a tricky team to pick.

    The Jaguars and Ravens are probably the best long shot picks of the bunch because they both play very good defense. Both teams have also struggled offensively, which could cost them a game in the playoffs.

    Of the two teams, the Ravens are playing better at the moment so if you have to pick between the two, go with Baltimore.

    The Chiefs always seem to underperform in the playoffs, so take them at your own risk.

    The Bills, Chargers and Titans are battling for the final playoff spot, but the Titans have the inside track so take Tennessee if you want to pick between the three.

    January 4, 2018 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments