Super Bowl 57 Preview
*Super Bowl 57 Preview Coming In January Of 2023!
Super Bowl 57 represents the climax for betting on the NFL as it is the season's final game and is the single most wagered upon sporting event on the calendar. Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes were absent from the last Super Bowl, and ya, we're already on the edge of our seats to see who will be the contenders in Super Bowl LVII.
The NFL postseason betting odds featured several underdog winners, as the home field advantage seemed to mean less than ever during the 2022 postseason. As the 2022-23 regular season comes to a close and the playoffs kick off, we'll be providing a Super Bowl preview here!
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How To Watch Super Bowl 57
- Date: February 12, 2023
- Time: 6:30 p.m. EST
- Location: Glendale, AZ
- Venue: State Farm Stadium
- Teams: TBD
- Super Bowl 57 Point Spread: TBD
- Super Bowl LVII Moneyline Odds: TBD
- Superbowl National Anthem: TBA
- Halftime Act: TBA
- Broadcast: FOX
- Streaming: FOX
Super Bowl LVI Predictions
The LA Rams will be the second NFL franchise in league history to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium when they suit up to face the Cincinnati Bengals in SoFi Stadium on February 13, 2022.
The early lines favor LA by 4, depending on where you look, and it seems that oddsmakers are ignoring the fact that Joe Burrow and Cincinnati are coming off of back-to-back underdog wins where they defied their unfavorable NFL Playoff odds.
The point spread margin of 4.0 and the over/under total of 48.5 suggests the following final score for Super Bowl 2022:
Los Angeles Rams 27
Cincinnati Bengals 21
We believe that Cincinnati is completely unphased by championship caliber matchups in games that are televised to millions of fans worldwide due to the experience of quarterback Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase.
Both Chase and Burrow won a CFP National Title 2 years ago when they were teammates at LSU, and here they are just two years later in Super Bowl 56 threatening to knock off the Rams and establish their championship legacy well in advance of even the loftiest expectations.
Despite the historic production achieved by Matt Stafford and Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp, the combination of Burrow and Chase is equally threatening.
We're most impressed by the Bengals defense who have been clamping down on opposing offenses during the second half this postseason, and for that reason, we're granting Cincinnati the edge and projecting them to win the Superbowl by the following final score: