Super Bowl 51 Alternative Lines

For anybody who may be unfamiliar, an alternative line is a type of wager that allows bettors to take a different spread than originally offered at sportsbooks. Essentially, an alternative line is akin to buying points, but sportsbooks make it easier for bettors to buy or sell several points.

The New England Patriots are listed as 3-point favorites over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51, but what about bettors who think the Pats will win in a blowout? Instead of simply taking the favorite, bettors can take alternative lines with more lucrative payouts.

The list below displays the alternative spreads and totals for Super Bowl 51.

SPREAD

  • New England Patriots -14.5 (+460) vs. Atlanta Falcons +14.5 (-600)
  • New England Patriots -10.5 (+240) vs. Atlanta Falcons +10.5 (-290)
  • New England Patriots -7.5 (+180) vs. Atlanta Falcons +7.5 (-210)
  • New England Patriots +3.5 (-260) vs. Atlanta Falcons -3.5 (+215)
  • New England Patriots +7.5 (-415) vs. Atlanta Falcons -7.5 (+335)
  • New England Patriots +10.5 (-600) vs. Atlanta Falcons -10.5 (+460)

TOTAL

  • Over 70.5 (+310), Under 70.5 (-380)
  • Over 65.5 (+185), Under 65.5 (-220)
  • Over 62.5 (+135), Under 62.5 (-160)
  • Over 55.5 (-150), Under 55.5 (+130)
  • Over 51.5 (-280), Under 51.5 (+230)
  • Over 48.5 (-330), Under 48.5 (+270)

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David Solar has been the Content Manager at Sports Insights for over four years. He specializes in sports betting analytics and has created several popular data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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