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…

Super Bowl 51 Opening Line Report

Even before the Patriots/Steelers game had ended, sportsbooks began opening lines for Super Bowl 51. The entire market opened New England -3 in some capacity, with only the juice differing from book to book. The table below shows the lookahead lines prior to the Conference Championships, as well as opening and current odds at 5Dimes:…

Super Bowl 51 Squares

Football squares are one of the simplest and most common ways for football fans to bet on the Super Bowl, but many are unfamiliar with the rules and strategy for this basic betting opportunity. Start by taking an empty 10 x 10 sheet and labeling each axis from 0-9. Next, assign one team to the…

Super Bowl 51 Odds

For those of you looking to put some money down on Super Bowl 51 before the game comes around in February, here is your weekly odds guide. Every week we have updated each team’s title odds via the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas. Purchase a Sportsbook Insider PRO membership and get NFL picks, contrarian plays, dollar…

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, and 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…