Super Bowl 56 is finally upon us, and for many sports bettors, it’s the biggest gambling day of the year. However, it can be a shock to the system for year-long bettors to suddenly face the reality that there is just one football game to bet on.
Luckily, the problem of that scarcity can be solved in various ways, including taking advantage of a mountain of prop bets, or for even bigger odds, Super Bowl parlays. Let’s take a look at some of your best football odds for Super Bowl 56.
Here are the details to know about Sunday’s game:
- Who: Rams at Bengals
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13th
- Time: 6:30 P.M. EST
- Venue: SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA
Rams Moneyline, C. Kupp 120+ Receiving Yards, M. Stafford 305+ Passing Yards (+425)
If you’re backing the Los Angeles Rams this weekend, then this parlay has some tantalizing odds with a realistic chance of hitting. With the last six postseason games being decided by four points or fewer, I like taking the Rams on the moneyline rather than the spread.
As for Cooper Kupp, there’s always a chance that this guy can put up an insane amount of yardage. While his average on the season fell just short of 120 receiving yards (114.5), he has obliterated that number in the last two games (142, 183) when it mattered most.
Matthew Stafford also has a decent chance of putting up 305 passing yards. In three games this postseason, he’s averaged 302, falling just short. But in his last two games, Stafford has thrown for 337 and 366.
C. Kupp 100+ Receiving Yards, M. Stafford 330+ Passing Yards, O. Beckham Jr. 70+ Receiving Yards (+475)
I love Kupp to go over 100 yards for the reasons listed above. He’s done it all season long, averaging 114.5, so I don’t see any reason he won’t stay on trend for the biggest game of the year.
As for Stafford, 330 yards is a stretch if you consider his season average of 287.4, but in the playoffs, he’s averaged 302 and has eclipsed the 330 mark in his last two games.
Meanwhile, Beckham Jr. seems to be hitting his stride as well. He’s averaged 79 yards per game in the playoffs and will likely continue to play a major role come Sunday.
M.Stafford 3+ Passing TDs, 330+ Passing Yards, Rams -4.5 (+700)
This parlay leans towards the more adventurous bettors, but if you have the guts to do it, it could land you a significant payday. As we mentioned above, Stafford has thrown for over 330 yards in each of the last two games. I think he does this again because if the Rams are going to win, it’s likely going to be through the air.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been excellent against the run this season (fifth), while the Rams have been subpar moving the ball on the ground (25th). I also think there’s a strong possibility Stafford can throw 3+ touchdowns. Although he has not thrown three TDs in a game these playoffs, Stafford hasn’t gone four games in a row without three passing TDs all season long.
These bets will build on themselves because if Stafford throws for 330+ with 3+ TDs, there’s a solid chance the Rams will be able to cover that 4.5 spread.
What Super Bowl Parlays Do You Like?
There are plenty of Super Bowl parlays to choose from, and if you manage to hit one of them, you’re likely in for an excellent return.
There should be an abundance of scoring in this one, making it even more exciting for parlay and prop opportunities. Head to BetMGM’s online sportsbook today to make all of your picks for the biggest game of the year.