SuperBowl 50 Prop Bets
Ready to place your bets on some fun Super Bowl 50 Proposition Betting predictions? Every year Las Vegas Sportsbook props grab all the headlines, and Offshore Books release endless amounts of wagers. You can bet on the coin toss, all the way through cross sport props. Props actually account for a lot of the money taken in by books on the Superbowl as people love to find the most ridiculous things and bet on them.
Super Bowl 50 Predictions
Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos
Date: Sunday February 6th
Time: 6:30 PM
Venue: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
ATS Betting Lines: Carolina -5.5
NFL Moneyline Odds: Carolina -200, Denver +170 (Open) (now +185)
NFL Betting Total: 45.5
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With the endless amounts, you can find props with value and you can also find props to get down on that are fun ones that get you the most excited when you cash in.
Below is a list of some value ones, along with some fun ones to look into.
Super Bowl 50 Proposition Betting: First Scoring Play: Field Goal or Safety +115
When it comes to the Superbowl, early you don’t see teams taking deep chances down the field.
Teams will try to establish a run game and control the tempo early. Should they get down into the opponents territory, not forcing the issue is a key.
Just getting on the board is the most important thing. Grabbing the early momentum is crucial, which means teams won’t take chances into tight windows.
When a team gets into field goal range, look for them to play it safer and make sure they don’t take a sack to get themselves knocked out of range.
At plus money, this is a nice price to back here.
Super Bowl 50 Proposition Betting: Team to Score Longest Touchdown of the Game – Carolina Panthers -140
It’s very tough to justify taking juice on a prop bet. This is one of those that has value here.
Looking at the offenses, these are two different styles. The Panthers like to whip the ball all over the field, while Manning and the Broncos will use their run game to open up the short passing game.
Manning will rarely take shots down field, while Newton will look for Ted Ginn Jr., Philly Brown, or Greg Olsen deep. They’ve done it all playoffs long and it has been extremely successful.
The Broncos have yet to make a giant play in terms of a deep pass for a touchdown this post season. They’ll look to work the ball down into the opponents red zone and move the chains. Expect Newton and company to take shots either close to mid field of even from their own territory, it’s just how they work.
Super Bowl 50 Proposition Betting: Greg Olsen Over 65.5 Receiving Yards -125
Cam Newton is always looking or his TE.
In fact, in the NFC Title Game, the Olsen prop bet for receiving yards was at 71.5.
Going into the 4th quarter he still needed about 30 yards and Newton found him for 20 yards down the field to make this prop very interesting. Just a few plays later, Olsen was found on a slant route for a 50 plus yard gain.
At any point Olsen has the ability to go deep down field and make a play as Newton is always looking for him. If it’s not there, Olsen still has the ability to gain small chunks of yardage and work his way up to the yards.
This is a solid play as it can easily cash on just one deep connection from the duo.
Super Bowl 50 Proposition Betting: Will Both Teams Make a Field Goal of 37 Yards or Longer – Yes +150
This kind of goes back to the idea that the first score of the game will be a field goal.
With two solid defenses, points will be hard to come by in this one. Expect both teams to play it safe when in opponents territory, which could lead to some long field goal attempts.
Both teams have the kickers to hit 50+ yarders and with this game in nice weather, long field goals are not out of the question.
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