Huge money comes in on the Super Bowl every single year. In fact, sportsbooks are preparing for this to be the most bet on event in their history with fewer people able to attend the event. With this, sportsbooks have given the most outlandish and extensive Super Bowl LV Prop Bets in history. Follow all of the latest Super Bowl LV trends to gain an edge on who will actually win the game.
Thanks to many sportsbooks’ increasingly phenomenal selection, you will see plus money bets throughout this article. We should be able to make some serious money in this section.
Super Bowl LV Betting Trends
Kansas City Chiefs Betting Trends
25-2 Straight up in their last 27 games.
10-0 in their last 10 games.
1-7-1 ATS in their last 9 games as a favorite
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Trends
Buccaneers are 7-0 in their last 7 games.
7-2-1 ATS as home underdogs (yes they are home for the Super Bowl)
Buccaneers are also 1-6 straight up at home vs. teams with winning records.
Novelty Prop Picks
What will be higher: Tom Brady Interceptions -850 OR Waste Management Phoenix Open Hole In Ones +450
This is just too much fun to ignore. There have been 9 aces at this course since 1997. There is no reason to believe that there will be multiple here so at best we are looking for 1 at the Waste Management Phoneix Open. Tom Brady did throw 3 interceptions in his last game.
However, he had not thrown one in the entire postseason prior to that and only had 12 during the regular season. Meaning, Brady averages .789 interceptions per game this season. This is about on track with how often there is a hole in one at this course.
Sometimes we bet for fun and other times for value. This bet checks both boxes, it is worth a small sprinkle.
Pick: Waste Management Phoenix Open Hole In Ones +450
Super Bowl Receiving Record of 215 yards to be broken: Yes +500 No -900
This is purely weather permitting. If there are thunderstorms in the game, like many weather professionals are expecting, I would bail on this bet. However, this may be the most talented Super Bowl we have seen at the receiver position. Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, and Mike Evans could all be considered in the top 30 of pass-catchers in the NFL.
Furthermore, Tyreek Hill had 264 yards during their regular-season matchup against the Buccaneers. Getting him or Kelce or any of the Bucs receivers is excellent value.
Pick: Yes +500