Super Bowl 2022 Betting Odds, Spread, Line And Prop Picks For Rams Vs. Bengals

Quarterback Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals runs for a first down against the TennesseeTitans in the second quarter at Nissan Stadium on January 22, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee. Andy Lyons is the photographer.

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There is still time to place bets on the big game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl of 2022, which is only a few days away.

Here is the full list of Super Bowl odds.

The Rams are -4 point spread.

Over-under 48.6 points.

Moneyline is LAR 200, CIN + 165.

Many will choose to wager on the traditional spread, total and moneyline bets, but there is also a variety of prop bets to choose from.

Many shops have unique prop betting options that can’t be found during regular season or playoffs, due to the magnitude of the Super Bowl.

There are a lot of props for the Super Bowl 2022.

The Super Bowl props range from standard fare to exotic, such as how many passing yards will Joe Burrow have, who will win the Super Bowl LVIMVP award, and so on.

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Not all of the props are related to the game.

Some of the most popular props are related to the opening coin toss and can involve more than just picking heads or tails.

The Super Bowl prop bets are whether the coin toss will be called correctly or if the side that wins the toss will go on to win the game. The winner of the coin toss has lost seven times before the Super Bowl.

The Gatorade bath has six different options on the board related to the color of liquid. Five of the previous 12 winners dumped orange Gatorade on the victorious coach, and Orange is a heavy favorite at +185. Two of the last three Super Bowl winners chose blue, so it’s a long shot.

The current co-favorites to win the Super Bowl next year are the Bills and the Chiefs, who are both at +700.

It can be hard to find value when making plays with so many prop bets.

If you want a piece of the action but aren’t sure where to start or which bet to make, read on for a look at some suggestions that could help you cash tickets during the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl prop picks in 2022.

Cooper Kupp had the longest reception.

In the fourth quarter of the game against the San Francisco 49ers, Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams caught the ball. The photo was taken by Harry How.

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Only three other players have pulled off the Triple Crown since 1970, and Cooper Kupp is one of them.

During the playoffs, the Los Angeles star has racked up 386 yards and four touchdown catches on 25 catches.

If you want to make a few bucks on Kupp’s dominance, consider placing a bet on the receiver’s longest individual reception, which has an over-under set of 31.5 yards.

While many shops have raised the total on this prop a few yards since it first went on the board, Kupp is still a decent value to go off for 32 or more yards at least once.

In 17 regular season games, Kupp hit that mark in 11 of them. The implied probability of Kupp achieving the feat in the Super Bowl is more than 50 percent.

It would be no surprise for Kupp to make a big play against the defense, which has struggled against the pass this year.

Cincinnati was particularly suspect to deep balls and only ranked 26 in passing defense during the campaign. The Bengals had more air yards on passes than any other defense.

Even if Kupp doesn’t catch a bomb, he’s a great bet to pick up more yards on the ground each time he touches the football, which has been more often than any other wideout in 2021.

In the regular season, the 28-year-old led the league in yards after the catch with . Kupp should be able to get away with making a catch because the Cincinnati defense allowed 2,319 yards after the catch this year.

While a 32-plus yard play may seem difficult to pull off on the biggest stage, Kupp has made a habit of ripping off big gains this season and will add another to his resume in Super Bowl LVI.

Evan McPherson had over 1.5 field goals attempted.

SEPTEMBER 30: Evan McPherson #2 of the Cincinnati Bengals kicks a game winning field goal against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dylan Buell poses for a picture.

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Since the club drafted him in the fifth round of the 2021, Evan has been a revelation.

He put together a fantastic year as a kicker. He made nine of his 11 attempts from 50-plus yards.

He knocked all 12 of his kicks through the uprights in the playoffs.

With an NFL record 12 makes of at least 50 yards and five game-winning kicks, McPherson is quickly becoming one of the most popular players in Cincinnati.

The line on his field goal attempts in the Super Bowl is 1.5, despite his large volume of tries over the last three games.

It has been over two months since the 22-year-old attempted a field goal, as he has attempted at least two field goals in seven straight games.

In all but one of Cincinnati’s games, McPherson has attempted a field goal. Only one contest saw the Florida product try out.

The chances of him kicking a field goal in the Super Bowl are better than the implied probability suggests, as he has attempted two or more field goals in 75 percent of his career contests.

Bettors will still cash tickets if he misses at least two attempts, even if his odds of missing a Super Bowl LVI field goal are set at +240.

It is one of the surest Super Bowl 2022 prop bets on the board and you will have to lay 1.52 to win $1.

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