NFL betting – particularly in the UK – has increased hugely in recent years in terms of options and props and this season is no exception as NFL betting odds are available each week and already, the prices for the winning team have been posted well before the final event with big name bookmakers such as bet365, William Hill and Paddy Power providing online Super Bowl betting prices for the Super Bowl 51 winner.
Below is a list of the teams that have won more than two Super Bowls if you need some help placing your Super Bowl free bets…
If you’re thinking of having a Super Bowl bet, there are numerous NFL betting lines available with handicaps, first touchdown scorer and race to 15 points just a sample of the raft of options available in the NFL football betting world.
Good Super Bowl betting sites include bookmakers such as William Hill, 888Sports and bet365 and they are all expected to be offering Superbowl free bets nearer the event, while NFL betting UK is represented by bookmakers such as Ladbrokes.
If you’re not sure who to back, you can always use our expert’s advice via NFL and Superbowl betting tips.
New England Patriots are the NFL 2017 favourites at 11/5 and are best coached and most consistently quarterbacked team in the league, and they could very easily win it all, but at this price they are pretty short and it would take brave and confident punter to back them.
Next up in the betting are the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks, with a very strong defence and tactical game, the Seahawks are perhaps the more solid option. So at 5/1 with Paddy Power and a few other bookmakers, they are a good bet to come through the NFC and go onto contest the Super Bowl once again.
From the AFC, Kansas City Chiefs make some appeal at big odds of 22/1 with William Hill. They aren’t a flashy outfit but are organised and very consistent in their approach so could prove the value among the outsiders.
The Super Bowl is the culmination of the season for the National Football League (NFL) which is the highest level of professional American football in the United States.
For the first time, the Super Bowl 2016 was referred to as Super Bowl 50 instead of using Roman numerals as per previous years, and this year’s final will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
The final is played between the winners of the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFC teams have won the Super Bowl a total of 26 times compared to the AFC’s 23 wins.
The winners of the first inaugural NFL Super Bowl I were the Green Bay Packers who beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 back in January 1967, and the competition has grown by gigantic proportions throughout its history, with television audiences exploding as well as online Super Bowl streaming providing coverage worldwide.
The Super Bowl is now second only to soccer’s UEFA Champions League final in terms of the most watched annual sporting event in the world. Interestingly, it is also the second-largest day for U.S. food consumption behind Thanksgiving.
Super Bowl betting is huge and there are numerous Super Bowl free bets available prior to the event with various bookmakers, so it’s worth shopping around so you can get all Super Bowl odds you want.
Many people will be unable to make the trip to the United States let alone get tickets for the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, but don’t worry as the match will be broadcast around the world, available on pay-per-view outlets such as Sky Sports and Foxtel and of course via online Super Bowl LI streaming where numerous bookmakers will be providing in-play betting options as part of their Superbowl free bets offering to their punters.
There are three teams who stand out from the crowd in the NFL Super Bowl betting odds, with the New England Patriots the clear market leaders at a top price of 11/5, but 2/1 with a majority of bookies The Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys are next up to complete a formidable trio of main contenders for the Super Bowl 2017.
Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5, 2017, at the famous NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.