Best Super Bowl LVII Betting Odds & Picks

Best Super Bowl LVII Betting Odds & Picks

Ryan Knuppel
2 years ago
3 min read
Chargers QB Justin Herbert runs away from Cincinnati Bengals defenders

Excitement for another NFL season is quickly building. As the year starts, now is the best time to grab good value on which team will be lifting the Lombardi Trophy next February. While there are many options for who has the talent to get back to the Super Bowl, there has been a lot of buzz about the two Ohio teams and their chances of winning a championship.

Here’s a look at where the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals and other teams that have interesting numbers to bet stand right now.

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All Eyes on Burrow's Bengals (+2000)

The Bengals are riding a high after winning their first AFC Championship in over two decades last season. However, the market isn’t high on Cincinnati bringing home its first championships.

One thing Cincinnati must contend with is a deep field in the AFC. The Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers are all expected to be in the running for the conference championship. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow also missed a lot of time in training camp after having his appendectomy removed.

Cincinnati added some beef on the offensive line to help Burrow, signing two players in free agency to protect their franchise quarterback. The AFC North will be a competitive division so the Bengals will want to establish their top spot from Week 1.

Can Browns Weather the Storm? (+4000)

The Cleveland Browns, who are +4000, had an eventful offseason. After a long, prolonged process, the NFL and Deshaun Watson finally came to an agreement on how long the superstar quarterback’s suspension will be. Cleveland will need to find a way to pick up some wins and stay afloat in the division race until Watson can come back.

The Browns are equipped with enough competent players on offense who can help carry the load. Running back Nick Chubb will again be running behind a solid offensive line and backup QB Jacoby Brissett has proven he can win games at several other stops in his career that he is capable of winning games.

The Chargers are Dying to be Super (+1500)

The Los Angeles Chargers are actually desperate just to be in the conversation. With superstar quarterback Justin Herbert running the show, it is hard to fathom how the Chargers (+1500) missed the playoffs last season at all. One major culprit that put a damper on Los Angeles’ ascending to the top of the AFC was their run defense.

The Chargers had the third-worst run defense in the NFL last season. Los Angeles giving up so many run yards allowed opponents to pile up the points as well. If the Chargers can tighten up their defense, they could be a dark horse.

Rodgers Looks For Another Title (+1100)

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may feel a bit abandoned with wide receivers Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling moving on to different teams. The Packers (+1100) still figure to be one of the NFC’s top teams as they lean more on their run game. With Green Bay, the question is can it figure out a way to win in the potseason?

Since the Packers won Super Bowl XLV, they have suffered a number of heartbreaking playoff exits. Losses to San Francisco last year and Tampa Bay the year prior are still hanging over coach Matt Lafluer and Rogers’ heads. The NFC is open this year and are set up for a number of teams that could break through.

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