If you’re an NFL betting aficionado that loves making Over/Under total wagers more often than not and you’re looking for some insightful Super Bowl Over/Under betting information in the hopes of cashing in with a winning Super Bowl LIII O/U wager, then you’re in for a treat!
Thanks to the eye-opening Over/Under Super Bowl betting information that you’re about to get, you’re going to be able to maximize your chances of cashing in with a potentially winning Super Bowl LIII O/U wager. Now, let’s get started.
How To Bet The Super Bowl LIII Over-Under
New England Patriots (13-5) vs. LA Rams (15-3)
- When: Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 6:30 PM ET
- Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
- TV: CBS
- Radio: New England / Los Angeles
- Live Stream: NFL Live
- Super Bowl LIII Odds: New England -2.5 / Total: 58
Let’s get started by taking a look at each team in this year’s big dance and how they fared against the O/U total.
New England Patriots
The Patriots went 7-9 O/U during the regular season, but Tom Brady and company have also scored 37 points or more in each of their last three games dating back to their regular season finale while topping the O/U total in both of their playoff games this postseason. However, over their last 11 games, the total is 3-8 O/U.
Los Angeles Rams
The Rams went 8-8 O/U during the regular season and they’ve split their two postseason games by topping the total in their 30-22 win over Dallas in the NFC divisional round before playing under the high, 55.5-point total against New Orleans in the NFC Championship game.
Super Bowl Over/Under Total History
The Over/Under Total has gone 27-24 in 51 Super Bowls excluding the inaugural Super Bowl I event back in 1967 which excluded total odds way back then. The Over is 2-0 in the last two Super Bowls, 5-1 in the last six Super Bowls and 7-3 in the last 10 Super Bowls overall.
With the O/U total going 4-6 in the 10 Super Bowls from 1999-2008, the trends seem to suggest that today’s higher-scoring and more, pass-happy NFL produces more point [production than ever, so keep that in mind for Super Bowl LIII.
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