Which Super Bowl 51 Odds Are Offering Most Value
If you’re looking for value, value and more value on the quickly approaching Super Bowl 51 showdown between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, then you need look no further.
Thanks to the expert analysis that you’re about to get, you’re going to find out all about the best Super Bowl 51 betting odds that you should wager on.
A Closer Look At The Which Super Bowl 51 Odds Are Offering Most Value
Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots
When: Sunday, February 5 at 6:30 PM ET
Where: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
NFL Line: New England -3
Moneyline: Atlanta +130 at New England -160 / Over/Under: 58.5
Over 52.5 Total Points
Analysis: My No. 1 wager for Super Bowl 51 is a teaser pick on the Atlanta Falcons as a +9 point underdog and a play on the Over 52.5 total points. Since I like the Falcons to win outright, I certainly don’t think they’re going to lose by 10 points and I like teasing the Super Bowl record 58.5-point O/U total down to 52.5 points.
SU Moneyline Pick
Atlanta Falcons +130
Analysis: Again, I firmly believe the Falcons will win outright. At +130, the NFC champs are offering great return if they win Super Bowl 51.
Longest Reception – Julio Jones
Over 25.5 -110
Under 25.5 -110
Analysis: Jones has had one catch of at least 70 yards in each of his six NFL seasons and is the first wide receiver in NFL history with two 150-plus yards receiving games and two touchdowns in the postseason. I think it’s an absolute lock Jones catches at least one pass for at least 26 yards.
Pick: Over 25.5 yards
Will Julio Jones Score A Touchdown
Analysis: Jones has scored at least one touchdown in each of his last three games and burned the Green Bay Packers for two scores in the NFC Championship game almost two weeks ago. I think it’s a lock that Jones scores at least once in Super Bowl 51, even though Bill Belichick will go all-out to stop the best wide receiver on the face of the planet.
Total Passing Yards – Tom Brady
Over – 300.5
Under – 300.5
Analysis: Brady passed for 384 yards in New England’s AFC Championship game win over Pittsburgh, but prior to that, the future Hall of Famer went four straight games and seven of eight without reaching the 300-yard plateau. In 14 games heading into Super Bowl 51, Brady has topped 300 passing yards a modest six times. However, seeing as how he’s going to be facing a Falcons defense that was mediocre at best for the vast majority of the season, I’m thinking Brady tops this mark, just barely.
Pick: Over 300.5 Passing Yards