- The Los Angeles Rams have -185 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- The Cincinnati Bengals are taking in the majority of bets with 62% of the moneyline handle.
LOS ANGELES – Super Bowl 56 is expected to be the most bet on Super Bowl in history. With that, the public has been split on where to lay their money being that both teams have proven a strong case to come out on top.
As the odds currently sit, Super Bowl 56 betting sites have given the Los Angeles Rams the slight edge over the Cincinnati Bengals to win the game with a 4-point spread.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Moneyline: Los Angeles Rams (-185) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (+160)
- Spread: Rams -4
- Total: 48.5 Points
Super Bowl 56 Moneyline Splits
The moneyline odds for Super Bowl 56 have seen tons of movement that is a result of the public betting in different directions. The Rams Super Bowl odds opened up as the favorited at -195 and later on slightly shifted to -200. However, they have shifted once again, but this time they have gone down to -185 odds. The Bengals odds have also shifted going from +165 up to +170 and they now sit at +160.
Looking at the percentages, the Bengals are taking in the majority of the action with 66% of bets placed and 62% of the total betting handles.
Super Bowl 56 Spread Splits
There has also been a shift on the Super Bowl spread as well having opened at 3.5 points in favor of the Rams and shifting up to 4 points. The splits though tell a different story as the Bengals are seeing plenty of action on the spread as well. Cincinnati is taking in 65% of the total bets and 57% of the money that is bet.
Super Bowl 56 Total Splits
The total points in the game has seen the biggest movement amongst any of the odds on the line. After opening up at an even 50 points, they sifted down 1.5 points to 48.5 points as a result of heavy action being bet on the Under. Although the Over is taking in a majority of the bets at 56%, sharps are riding high on the Under with a whopping 82% of the betting handle.
This is the first Super Bowl in five years since Super Bowl 50 where the total points in the game is set below 50 points. The last time this happened at Super Bowl 50, the Under cashed s the game went Under 44.5 points.
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