Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Super Bowl Sunday

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Super Bowl Sunday

by February 7, 2021 0 comments

We have finally reached the biggest gambling day of the year, Super Bowl Sunday. While this is one of the best days of the year, it also marks the end of football season. Let’s finish this season off strong.

All lines courtesy of Jazz Sportsbook. Please gamble responsibly.

2021 Record: 17-12-1

Spread: Kansas City (-3.5)

It is almost foolish at this point to bet against Tom Brady. Every time I do it, he pulls another rabbit out of the hat. However, there is one difference between this game and the others. That difference is Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs have been getting 3-3.5 most of the week. Tampa Bay may be getting a bump because of the game being in Tampa, so we should take advantage of this. The Chiefs will win this game pretty easily with their multitude of offensive weapons. Expect a big game from Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill, who had 200 yards receiving in the first quarter of these two teams’ first matchup.

Point Total: Over 57

In their first meeting, these two teams combined for 51 points. Is it really unreasonable to expect one more touchdown? Now that the weather is supposed to clear up for the game, conditions are much more favorable for the over. Both teams are going to have to rely on their quarterbacks to win the game. This means that we have a better chance at a lot of points.

Best Props (via Bovada)

Color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach: Orange (+160)

The Chiefs had orange Gatorade after last year’s super bowl and I got a hot tip that they will have the same color. If you believe that Tampa Bay will win, check out blue at +800 as that has been the color in Brady’s two previous Super Bowl victories.

Anytime touchdown scorer: Travis Kelce (-150)

Kelce has been Mahomes’ best target throughout the whole postseason and that should continue in this game. If the Chiefs get in the red zone, Kelce should get a ton of targets due to Tampa Bay’s front seven and the lack of a consistent run game from the Chiefs.

MVP Winner: Travis Kelce (+1000)

Do I need to keep saying that Kelce is going to have a massive impact on this game? Well, he is going to have a big impact in this game.

Other anytime touchdown scorers: Rob Gronkowski (+200), Chris Godwin (+105), Demarcus Robinson (+400)

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