Super Bowl LVI Wildest Special Bets

Super Bowl LVI Wildest Special Bets

Ayden Fahlstrom
2 years ago
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Odell Beckham Jr. makes a move in the NFC Championship game at SoFi Stadium, the site of this year's Super Bowl.

The NFL brings along some of the crazier special bets as it is the biggest betting day in the entire year. Today, we are going to dive into a couple of prop bets that should be able to hit so we can make some money while enjoying the final game of the National Football League until September rolls around.

Total Successful Field Goals (3.5)

This seems to be my biggest lock out of all the special bets on the table as Evan McPherson and Matt Gay have be en two of the best kickers throughout the entire playoffs and are a major reason why these teams are even in this game at all.

There were four field goals in last year’s Super Bowl, and these defenses have the ability to limit the amount of touchdowns against them. McPherson is 12-12 this playoffs run and has been able to do it in some of the biggest pressure situations.

Matt Gay is 7-9 so far, with one miss in each of his last two games, and the kickers are going to need to step up. 3.5 field goals made seems like an easy over, so go with these kickers to hit at least four field goals here. 

Jersey Number to Score the 1st TD (9.5)

This is one of the more entertaining bets, as there are some great options on both sides of this bet.

The Bengals have wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, and quarterback Joe Burrow in single digits, while the Rams have wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr, cornerback Jalen Ramsey, and quarterback Matthew Stafford. 

This means that if you bet the over, which I would do in this situation, you would be able to have the options of wide receiver Cooper Kupp, both tight ends, and both running back rooms to score the ball. These quarterbacks do not run the ball that many times and this bet does not include passing the ball for a touchdown.

Go with a double-digit jersey number to either run or receive the first touchdown.

Odell Beckham Jr to Score a Touchdown Reception

The Los Angeles Rams have been expecting Odell Beckham Jr to continue being a dominant player in this game and has not scored since the NFC Wild Card Round against the Arizona Cardinals. However, he has been a red zone threat, and Matt Stafford should be able to find him in this game at least once. 

Cincinnati is going to most likely have Eli Apple guarding him for a majority of the game, and that matchup highly favors the side of Los Angeles.

The Bengals are going to focus on wide receiver Cooper Kupp as they get closer to the end zone, and both should figure out a way to find the end zone but go with Odell Beckham Jr to score a touchdown in Super Bowl LVI, but not the first touchdown of the game as we touched on earlier.

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