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Take a look at the predictions and odds for Super Bowl 2021.
The biggest game of the year is less than a week away and we’re back with in-depth analysis and 2020 Super Bowl free picks. If you plan to bet on the Super Bowl, this episode is a must-watch. They’ll go over the spreads, moneylines, and totals and give you the winning NFL playoff picks. Also on the table are a long list of player props for both matches.
It’s Chiefs vs. 49ers and (spoiler alert) Ryan and Adam are both all over the Chiefs. It’s a super close spread at just one point in favor of the Chiefs. Ryan and Adam go into detail about why the money line, spread and even teasing points on the spread are all viable ways to cash in on the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl.
Adam says there are too many question marks around the 49ers offense when it comes to outscoring the Chiefs. Adam points to Jimmy Garrappollo throwing only eight passes in the NFC Title game as a major red flag. Even though Raheem Mostert exploded for one of the best playoff performances of all-time, KC was able to keep Derrick Henry in check… and Adam thinks they’ll do the same to Mostert.
Ryan is on the same page and is taking the Chiefs to cover the -1 spread and even recommends adjusted spreads up to -3.5 for the Chiefs.
On totals, Ryan is taking the Under on 54.5 points and he’s got some numbers to back up his opinion. The Chiefs are 4-1 hitting the under in their last five games, and the 49ers are 4-1 on the under in their last five playoff games. The 2020 Super Bowl Over/Under line opened at 51 points and it’s already jumped up three and a half points.
Adam, on the other hand, likes the Over on points. He’s backing up his claim with the fact that five of the last seven Super Bowls have hit the over. He’s also pointing to the fact that the Chiefs and 49ers both have powerhouse offensive lines.
Last week Ryan and Adam went in-depth on Super Bowl prop bets but they have a few more gems for you this week too. Check out the full episode for picks on Patrick Mahomes passing yards, Raheem Mostert rushing yards and total scrimmage yards, Damien Williams rushing yards, and total scrimmage yards, plus receiving yards and receptions for Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Sammy Watkins, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, and Emmanuel Sanders.
With sports betting already legal in tons of US states, you can bet on the Super Bowl either online or at a live sportsbook. Check out the state by state guides on WSN.com to find the best places to bet on the 2020 Super Bowl.
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