Super Bowl 50 Prop Bets

Super Bowl 50 kicks off next Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET. While you anxiously await the game, don’t forget to check out the countless prop bets available to sports gamblers this year. Most of these prop bets will take fairly low limits and the book manager’s decision is final. Who will be named the Super Bowl 50 MVP? Cam Newton (-140)…

Historical Super Bowl Handles

In an attempt to bring you the most comprehensive Super Bowl betting coverage, we have combined betting trends from our historical database, information on Nevada’s Super Bowl handle via ViewFromVegas.com, along every single Super Bowl closing line. Our analysis found that the average Super Bowl spread has been just over a touchdown (7.06), although that line has been dropping in…

2016 Pro Bowl Betting Analysis

The 2016 Pro Bowl kicks off this Sunday at 7:00 PM ET when teams crafted by two of the league’s greatest wide receivers — Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice — will square off in Hawaii. For the third consecutive year, the NFL has eschewed the traditional AFC vs. NFC format in favor of this fantasy draft style format….

Where is Early Money Going in Super Bowl 50?

The Denver Broncos (14-4) defeated the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers (17-1) knocked off the Arizona Cardinals to advance to Super Bowl 50. It’s still early in the week which makes it difficult to fully gauge public sentiment, but there are several indicators that this line has been artificially inflated. Last week, 5Dimes…

Super Bowl 50 MVP Odds

On Sunday, February 7th at 6:30 PM, the NFC champion Carolina Panthers will play the AFC champion Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. The Panthers, who are currently receiving 81% of spread bets and 61% of moneyline bets, are listed as 4.5-point favorites at the market-setting Pinnacle sportbook. It’s tough to debate that the biggest…

Super Bowl 50: Historical Betting Trends

Super Bowl 50 kicks off on Sunday, February 7th at 6:30 PM when the Carolina Panthers face off against the Denver Broncos. The Panthers opened as 3.5-point favorites at the market-setting Pinnacle sportsbook and, at the time of publication, were receiving 81% of spread bets. This one-sided public betting has pushed the line from Carolina -3.5 to -4. It’s…