- Drake is a -150 favorite to wear a Los Angeles Rams jersey.
- The Cincinnati Bengals come back with +115 odds to be cursed by the artist.
LOS ANGELES - The Drake Curse may not be as strong as it once was, but there are odds available for which team will get cursed by him in Super Bowl 56.
History Of The Drake Curse
The Drake Curse dates back quite some time. Many teams have fallen victim, but things seemed to have changed when the Toronto Raptors won the NBA Championship in 2019. Those betting on the NFL can find odds on the Drake Curse for Super Bowl 56.
Drake Curse - Which Jersey Will He Wear?
- Los Angeles Rams -150
- Cincinnati Bengals +115
It is worth noting that the specifics of the wager note that if he wears both jerseys over Super Bowl weekend or wears a split jersey the bet will be voided. Plus, if he is not seen wearing a jersey at all the bet will also be voided. Most importantly, the curse doesn't have to come true, Drake just has to wear a jersey.
Drake’s Connection To Both Teams
Drake has relationships with players on both teams, but maybe one more so than the other. He reached out to Joe Burrow when he tore his ACL last season, but also wished his best to Odell Beckham Jr. in the same post.
Drake and Beckham Jr. have a more storied history together, most notably when the rapper allowed the athlete to feature in his music video for “Laugh Now Cry Later” and allegedly living together a few years ago.
Although Super Bowl betting sites have the odds relatively close to one another, it seems as if his connection to the Rams is much stronger and therefore makes the -150 odds seem like the easy choice.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.