The 2022 Super Bowl is finally here, and if you haven’t locked in your bets and chosen your player props, it’s about time you did. With how wild and unpredictable the playoffs have been, why shouldn’t we expect madness Sunday on the NFL’s biggest stage?
This is the first Super Bowl in NFL history that does not feature any of the top three seeds in either conference, and it’s the second matchup in Super Bowl history that features two former No. 1 overall quarterback picks facing off. It’s Sean McVay vs. his former quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor, Joe Burrow vs. Matthew Stafford, Ja’Marr Chase vs. Jalen Ramsey. Who you got?
If you’re looking for advice on where to place your money for Super Bowl Sunday, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we will examine the different betting angles for this matchup. We will provide picks from both CBS Sports and SportsLine experts on this final NFL showdown, as well as a few player props that we view as enticing.
“The key to the game will be how the Bengals handle the Rams defensive front. Can they block Aaron Donald and Von Miller and Leonard Floyd? The Bengals have a bad offensive line, especially the right side. That will be make it a premium for Joe Burrow to speed up his clock and get the ball out. Look for a lot of quick throws, something Burrow did in the second half against the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game.