My Super Bowl Bets for February 13th

Cincinnati Bengals vs LA Rams

Hey everyone, let’s get started with these bets today. I will be adding to these daily as I see good bets or get the research completed on them. Don’t forget to enjoy yourself for the big game, but never bet more than you can afford to lose. Don’t go too crazy on the props. Good luck on whatever you chose to bet.

Game Completion Bets (1 Unit)

6:30 LA Rams vs Cincinnati (+4) (-110) Under 48.5 (-110)

The combined regular season over/under record of LA and Cincy is 17–16–1. The under has also dominated their postseason record with a record of 1–5. When you look at the past history of the Super Bowl, the over/under has been 27–27 with the past 3 games going under.

Game Prop Bets (Quarter Units)

Cincinnati To Win the 3rd Quarter (+150)

The Bengals have become one of the best teams in the league at making halftime adjustments. Coach Zac Taylor must be giving the best halftime speeches ever. Cincy has outscored opponents by 73 points in the 3rd quarter including the playoffs. The Rams have been outscored 25–14 in the 3rd quarter in these playoffs. 

Cincinnati’s QB Joe Burrow Throws More than 1.5 Touchdowns (-145)

LA Rams’ QB Matthew Stafford’s Longest Completion 39.5 yards (-110)

Joe Mixon over 93.5 Rushing/Receiving Yards (-110)

Joe Mixon will active both as a runner between the tackles and out of the backfield receiver. Most projections have him at 95 yards with 64 of them coming rushing. He is averaging 22 carries and 99 total yards per game in the playoffs. 

LA Rams’ Cooper Kupp Over 104.5 Receiving Yards (-120)

I’ll make it simple for everyone. This guy is always open. Kupp is planning on exploiting the Bengals in every seam. He has the ability to make big plays so even if he has a couple 4 yard catches the next one may be for 50 yards. You never know. Most projections have him with 112 yards. Aside from a blowout loss to Arizona in October, Kupp finished with at least 92 receiving yards in every single game.

This is what I’m betting on. You do not have to bet any of them or all of them. It is your choice. Do your research. If you feel like you have a problem or anyone close to you thinks you have a problem, please stop and call 1–800-GAMBLER. Answer their questions honestly so they can make an appropriate referral to someone in your local area.

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