2022 Super Bowl odds, line, spread: Bengals vs. Rams picks, predictions from proven NFL expert on 22-9 roll

The Los Angeles Rams will try to take advantage of a home field advantage when they face the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl in 2022. In order to make it to Super Bowl 56, the Rams played their home games at SoFi Stadium, where they went 5-5 in the regular season and won two games in the playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs were the first team to have a true home-field advantage in the Super Bowl, and they were defeated by the Buccaneers. The home-field edge is worth at least three points to the odds. The Bengals have covered the spread in seven straight games and are trying to win their first Super Bowl title.

The game is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. Time. Los Angeles is a four-point favorite and the over-under for total points scored is 48.5 in the latest Super Bowl 56 odds from Caesars Sportsbook. You need to see the Super Bowl 56 predictions and betting advice from SportsLine NFL expert Brett Anderson if you want to make any Rams vs. Cincinnati picks.

Anderson has been covering sports for 25 years, from the Midwest to Midtown Manhattan to South Florida. He joined his first pool at age 12 and has been hammering home favorites ever since. His strategy is a mix of data, game film and gut instinct.
Anderson has emerged as one of SportsLine’s most profitable NFL experts for the past three seasons and is looking to build on what has been another outstanding season. The NFL analyst has posted a record of 22-9 on his picks in the upcoming season to net his followers a profit of more than $1,200.

He has a perfect record on his against-the-spread picks in the playoffs. SportsLine members are advised to take the San Francisco 49ers +3.5 against the Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs. San Francisco had a double-digit lead and still lost. Anyone who has followed Anderson is going up.
Anderson just released his Super Bowl 56 picks and predictions. You can see his picks on SportsLine. The odds and betting lines for the game between the Rams and theBengals.

Los Angeles – 4.5 is the point spread for the game.
The over-under for the game was 48.6 points.
Los Angeles is -200 and Cincinnati is +170.
In the past five Super Bowls, the favorite is 3-1-1 against the spread.
The Bengals have covered six games in a row.

The Rams can cover.

The Rams’ pass rush against a fragile offensive line that has been a major liability for Cincinnati may be the greatest advantage on paper. In the regular season, the Bengals allowed an NFL-high 51 sacks, and the shaky protection for quarterback Joe Burrow has remained an issue in the playoffs. He was hit 10 times in the playoffs, but only three times in the wins over the Las Vegas Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.

In the divisional round, a Tennessee team that wasn’t known for its pass rush sacked him nine times. The team had just 43 sacks in the regular season and ranked 25th against the pass. The Rams had 11 players who were credited with at least two sacks in the regular season. Donald was the leader with 12.5 sacks and four passes defended.

Why the team can cover.

C.J. Uzomah is hoping to play in the Super Bowl after suffering a season-ending injury in the playoffs. When Uzomah was taken off in a cart with a possible knee injury, it looked like he would be out for the game.

Although Uzomah didn’t practice in the week following the conference title game, team officials are optimistic that he will be able to play. The tight end “means the world to our offense” according to Brian Callahan.

The goal-line and short-yardage target in the passing game has proven to be lethal, along with providing solid blocking. He had 49 catches for 493 yards and five touchdown. Even though he did not record a reception in the first quarter of the Championship Game, Uzomah is still the team’s third-leading receiver in the playoffs. Drew Sample has been effective in the passing game if Uzomah can’t go. He had 40 catches for 349 yards and a touchdown last year.

How to make Super Bowl picks.

Anderson thinks one side of the spread is a must-back for Super Bowl 56, even though he is leaning under on the point total. He’s only sharing what it is, and which side of the Super Bowl spread to back.

Who will win the Rams vs. Bengals game? Which side of the Super Bowl is a must-back? The expert who’s hit 71 percent of his NFL picks this year will show you which side of the Rams vs. Cincinnati spread you need to jump on.

Kenny had a nice week in Mobile. He may have solidified himself as a top 10 pick.

I spoke to three top evaluators for teams that need a new starting quarterback, and all of them said the same thing: Pickett is the most consistent and ready quarterback in this draft.

One evaluator with a long and strong history of selecting quarterbacks said that he would have to say that he was the guy.

Another top executive said that Pickett was the best of the bunch. I’m not sure if it was all that close. He had a good week. There is a lot to like about him.

The kid has a nice body of work at the college level, his hands didn’t bother him playing in the elements at Pitt, he has a tremendous makeup, there are no character or off-field concerns, and he rose to the occasion. It wasn’t a tour de force or anything like that, but it was enough to make him the first quarterback to go in this draft and to do so in the top third of the first round.

Several evaluators said that they could see him going in the top five. At a time in which DeShaun’s future is as murky as ever, and some in ownership circles believe his criminal and civil situation might end up being even more of a cause for concern than what is currently know, one of the former Pro Bowl QB’s top former suitors is already

It makes sense that the Carolina Panthers are taking a strong shine to Pickett. The No. 6 pick is held by the Carolinas.

One evaluator who has done extensive work on Pickett said he doesn’t think he makes it past the Carolinas. David Tepper is a huge Pitt booster. He hasn’t invested draft capital in a quarterback. He has to be familiar with the team like Tepper was. I think that’s a good fit.

One scout thinks he’s going to Carolina. I would mock him there.

Again, it’s very early. We will see what happens at the combine and on individual visits. This could be one of those years where the consensus top guy coming off the Senior Bowl ends up going top of the class, because of the quarterback class dealing with injuries, or the aftermath of injuries.

That certainly looks like Pickett.

It’s possible that Willis will get over-drafted.

He didn’t hurt his cause. His week was more up and down, but he is a bit more of a famine or feast prospect. His highs made for more interest.

Liberty isn’t exactly the biggest of the big time settings for college football, but that doesn’t stop him from holding his own against the best in this draft class and he has the ability to do some things physically that the others cannot.

One evaluator said that he probably got someone to over-draft him. He can charm you with some of the things he can do. I’m not completely sold.

One scout said that he is a great player, but it’s what happens between those big plays that makes you worry.

Given the construct of this group, with few if any sure things and questions about all the prospects, it is likely to continue to rise. At the combine and his pro day he will show off his athletic ability, and in the right hands he could be a really good player in the future. I like what I saw from the young man and hope he is lucky enough to be drafted by a team that already has a stable.

It would be ideal if he landed in a Jordan Love scenario. He can’t control that.

Strong is a mystery.

I know who the highest ranked evaluator is on Nevada quarterback Carson Strong. Strong has a history of serious knee issues, and he was working through some rust in Mobile, so his medicals will be important. It would be expected. As we move through the process, we will see how sharp he gets. “Not a great week for him, although I’m not quite sure how much that means for him,” said an executive who watched him closely. I don’t know how much you would have expected.

Kyler Murray is on tricky terrain.

Kyler Murray has a list of things to say, and the Cards are on it. The quarterback made a point when he scrubbed the team from his social media. He and his head coach thought they were going to make a lot of money. I can see why ownership would want to play it out with both of them, but that is a difficult area for Steve Keim to navigate. Keim has put the last two coaching staffs together himself, and he’s been quite the survivor to this point, but he’s on his third coach, and I’ve lost count of how many quarterbacks there are. Is it possible that the fates of all three would be intertwined with the future of the other two?

There are more notes from inside.

By now, anyone who thought the Dolphins were only interested in Tua Tagovailoa should know better. The new coach called the quarterback on his flight to Miami to officially take the job. It felt a little bit staged and forced, but I get it. Stephen Ross made it clear that this hire was about getting the most out of Tua, and pledged his support to the quarterback who Brian Flores never seemed all-in on. The initial social media campaign makes sense to reinforce that message.
It was always going to take an amazing interview by an outside candidate to stop the Saints from promoting Dennis Allen to head coach. The team desperately needs that unit to remain top notch to have a chance to compete, and Allen was well liked and respected by ownership, the front office and the locker room. I think this is a more successful stint for him than his brief stint in Oakland, and I think he’s going to take Allen over the field. He has earned the chance to replace Sean Payton, in the eyes of those who matter most.
A lot of people would have told you that Joe Brady and Kellen Moore were going to be the head coaches of the NFL in 2022. Not so fast. It makes you wonder if some in the media and on broadcast teams push too hard to tell you how ready they are because they have lots of time on their side. Some of the rolls need to be slowed.
I think the loss of Josh McDaniels will sting the Pats a lot.

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