Super Bowl Odds History

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For the second straight year, a team will get to play at home for the Super Bowl. The first 54 Super Bowls didn’t have a team playing at home, but Tampa Bay finally made history last year and went on to upset Kansas City in Super Bowl LV.

 

 The Los Angeles Rams will now look to follow in their footsteps in their new digs, and the oddsmakers have them favored to beat the Cincinnati Bengals on the NFL latest line. Joe Burrow has done an incredible job to get the Bengals to this point, yet Cincinnati’s offensive line will have a hard time blocking Aaron Donald and company.

Historical Super Bowl Betting Odds

Super Bowl

Spread and Total

Final Score

LV

Kansas City -3, O/U 55.5

Tampa Bay 31, Kansas City 9

LIV

Kansas City -1.5, O/U 53

Kansas City 31, San Francisco 20

LIII

New England -2, O/U 55.5

New England 13, Los Angeles 3

LII

New England -4.5, O/U 49

Philadelphia 41, New England 33

LI

New England -3, O/U 57.5

New England 34, Atlanta 28

50

Carolina -4.5, O/U 43.5

Denver 24, Carolina 10

XLIX

Seattle PK, O/U 47

New England 28, Seattle 24

XLVIII

Denver -2.5, O/U 47.5

Seattle 43, Denver 8

XLVII

San Francisco -4.5, O/U 47.5

Baltimore 34, San Francisco 21

XLVI

New England -3, O/U 53

New York 21, New England 17

XLV

Green Bay -3, O/U 45

Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25

XLIV

Indianapolis -4.5, O/U 56.5

New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17

XLIII

Pittsburgh -6.5, O/U 46.5

Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23

XLII

New England -12.5, O/U 54.5

New York 17, New England 14

XLI

Indianapolis -6.5, O/U 47

Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17

XL

Pittsburgh -4, O/U 47

Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10

XXXIX

New England -7, O/U 46.5

New England 24, Philadelphia 21

XXXVIII

New England -7, O/U 37.5

New England 32, Carolina 29

XXXVII

Oakland -4, O/U 44

Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21

XXXVI

St. Louis -14, O/U 53

New England 20, St. Louis 17

XXXV

Baltimore -3, O/U 33

Baltimore 34, New York 7

XXXIV

St. Louis -7, O/U 45

St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16

XXXIII

Denver -7.5, O/U 52.5

Denver 34, Atlanta 19

XXXII

Green Bay -11, O/U 49

Denver 31, Green Bay 24

XXXI

Green Bay -14, O/U 49

Green Bay 35, New England 21

XXX

Dallas -13.5, O/U 51

Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17

XXIX

San Francisco -18.5, O/U 53.5

San Francisco 49, San Diego 26

XXVIII

Dallas -10.5, O/U 50.5

Dallas 30, Buffalo 13

XXVII

Dallas -6.5, O/U 44.5

Dallas 52, Buffalo 17

XXVI

Washington -7, O/U 49

Washington 37, Buffalo 24

XXV

Buffalo -7, O/U 40.5

New York 20, Buffalo 19

XXIV

San Francisco -12, O/U 48

San Francisco 55, Denver 10

XXIII

San Francisco -7, O/U 48

San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16

XXII

Denver -3, O/U 47

Washington 42, Denver 10

XXI

New York -9.5, O/U 40

New York 39, Denver 20

XX

Chicago -10, O/U 37.5

Chicago 46, New England 10

XIX

San Francisco -3.5, O/U 53.5

San Francisco 38, Miami 16

XVIII

Washington -3, O/U 48

Los Angeles 38, Washington 9

XVII

Miami -3, O/U 36.5

Washington 27, Miami 17

XVI

San Francisco -1, O/U 48

San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21

XV

Philadelphia -3, O/U 37.5

Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10

XIV

Pittsburgh -10.5, O/U 36

Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles 19

XIII

Pittsburgh -4, O/U 37

Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31

XII

Dallas -6, O/U 39

Dallas 27, Denver 10

XI

Oakland -4, O/U 38

Oakland 34, Minnesota 14

X

Pittsburgh -7, O/U 36

Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17

IX

Pittsburgh -3, O/U 33

Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6

VIII

Miami -6.5, O/U 33

Miami 24, Minnesota 7

VII

Miami -1, O/U 33

Miami 14, Washington 7

VI

Dallas -6, O/U 34

Dallas 24, Miami 3

V

Baltimore -2.5, O/U 36

Baltimore 16, Dallas 13

IV

Minnesota -12, O/U 39

Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7

III

Baltimore -18, O/U 40

New York 16, Baltimore 7

II

Green Bay -13.5, O/U 43

Green Bay 33, Oakland 14

I

Green Bay -14, No Total

Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10

 

Favorites have a slight edge over underdogs in terms of historical Super Bowl bets. Underdogs have had a lot of success recently though with seven of the last ten underdogs going on to win the Super Bowl. There was a five-year stretch where the underdog won every year starting with the New York Giants upsetting the New England Patriots on the grandest stage for a second time.

The under cashed in seven straight Super Bowls between Super Bowl III and Super Bowl IX. Since that point, the over has been a better play, but the under has now hit in three straight Super Bowls.

This will be the third trip to the Super Bowl for the Cincinnati Bengals. They faced the San Francisco 49ers twice in the 1980s, but they fell to Joe Montana both times. Each game was close though as the 49ers won by five points in Super Bowl XVI and then overcame a late deficit with a 92-yard touchdown drive to best the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII.

The Rams have now made it to the Super Bowl five times. They lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in their debut trip in 1979, and their lone Super Bowl victory came in 1999 against the Tennessee Titans when Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson one yard short of the goal line. Their two most recent trips to the Super Bowl resulted in losses to the New England Patriots, so this team will be happy to not see Bill Belichick on the other sideline.