Super Bowl Betting: Favorites vs. Underdogs

Super Bowl Betting: Favorites vs. Underdogs

Written by on February 8, 2023

Super Bowl 57 kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 12. Right now, Super Bowl odds peg the Eagles a -1.5 favorite. Check out the spread line and results for the last ten Super Bowls. Doing so could help you determine whether you should follow the money, ala backing Philadelphia, or go with the dog, throwing money behind Magic Mahomes and KC.

So before you go betting on the Super Bowl, pay attention to these results of the Big Games.


Favorites vs. Underdogs: A Look at the Betting Results For the Last 10 Super Bowls

Super Bowl LVII

When: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Time: 6:30 PM EST

A Look at the Betting Results For the Last 10 Super Bowls


2022 Super Bowl: Rams -4.5 vs. Bengals

Result: Rams 23 – Bengals 20
The Rams rallied to get by Cincinnati. One of the issues the Bengals had in this game was stopping Aaron Donald and the Rams’ pass rush.


2021 Super Bowl: Buccaneers vs. Chiefs -3

Result: Buccaneers 31 – Chiefs 9
Andy Reid’s son, Britt, was charged with drunk driving after being involved in a crash where a 5-year-old girl died 3 days before the Super Bowl. Britt’s situation, no doubt, is one of the reasons Reid called one of the worst games of his life. No KC player appeared to have his mind on the game.


2020 Super Bowl: Chiefs -1 vs. 49ers

Result: Chiefs 31 – 49ers 20
The Niners appeared to have the win sewed up before the fourth quarter. But then Mahomes did his thing and the Chiefs pulled away for a comfortable 11 point victory.


2019 Super Bowl: Patriots -2.5 vs. Rams

Result: Patriots 13 – Rams 3
Sean McVay’s first attempt at winning the Super Bowl was a failure. Bill Belichick outcoached McVay from the first kick. The Rams’ vaunted offense could do nothing in what turned out to be one of the most boring Super Bowls in history.


2018 Super Bowl: Eagles vs. Patriots -4

Result: Eagles 41 – Patriots 33
Once it became clear that Carson Wentz wasn’t going to play and that the Eagles were going to lean on journeyman quarterback Nick Foles, money poured onto the Patriots. However, the late money was the smart money. By kickoff, a line that had climbed to Pats -5.5 had fallen a full point and a half. Foles played great and the rest is history.


2017 Super Bowl: Falcons vs. Patriots -3

Result: Patriots 34 – Falcons 28
Tom Brady and the Patriots found themselves down 23 points to start the fourth quarter. So, of course, the GOAT rallied the Pats to a 28-28 tie. Then on the first drive in overtime, Brady led the Patriots to a game winning TD.


2016 Super Bowl: Panthers -5 vs. Broncos

Result: Broncos 34 – Panthers 10
League MVP Cam Newton and the Panthers jumped to -6.5 chalks in the first week. By mid-Super Bowl week, money started going to the Broncos. Peyton Manning leaned on a defense led by the great Von Miller. Von won the Super Bowl MVP after recording 5 solo tackles and stripping Cam Newton twice on 2.5 sacks.


2015 Super Bowl: Seahawks pick’em vs. Patriots

Result: Patriots 28 – Seahawks 24
It took a goal line interception by Malcolm Butler to seal the deal. But the Pats got it done in one of the more exciting Super Bowls in recent seasons.


2014 Super Bowl: Seahawks vs. Broncos -2.5

Result: Seahawks 43 – Broncos 8
Peyton Manning was supposed to handle the Seahawks Legion of Boom. By halftime, the Boom had gotten to Peyton and the Hawks were up 22-0. After the third quarter, the score was Seattle 36 and Denver 8.


2013 Super Bowl: 49ers -4.5 vs. Ravens

Result: Ravens 34 – 49ers 31
John Harbaugh outcoached brother Jim in a game between mediocre quarterbacks, Colin Kaepernick for the Niners and Joe Flacco for the Ravens.

Super Bowl 57 is a battle between two of the best quarterbacks in the league. So if you want to use a past SB as a template for what might happen, think 2015 when Brady faced off against Russell Wilson or 2017 when Tom Brady took on Matt Ryan.

Super Bowl championships
 Winner  Loser
IGreen Bay35–10 Kansas City
IIGreen Bay33–14 Oakland
IIINew York16–7Baltimore
IVKansas City 23–7Minnesota
V Baltimore16–13 Dallas
VI Dallas24–3Miami
VII Miami14–7Washington
VIII Miami 24–7Minnesota
IX Pittsburgh16–6Minnesota
X Pittsburgh21–17 Dallas
XI Oakland32–14 Minnesota
XII Dallas27–10 Denver
XIII Pittsburgh35–31 Dallas
XIV Pittsburgh31–19 Los Angeles
XV Oakland 27–10 Philadelphia
XVI San Francisco26–21 Cincinnati
XVII Washington27–17 Miami
XVIII Los Angeles38–9Washington
XIX San Francisco38–16 Miami
XX Chicago46–10 New England
XXI New York39–20 Denver
XXII Washington42–10 Denver
XXIII San Francisco20–16 Cincinnati
XXIV San Francisco55–10 Denver
XXV New York20–19 Buffalo
XXVI Washington37–24 Buffalo
XXVII Dallas52–17 Buffalo
XXVIII Dallas30–13 Buffalo
XXIX San Francisco49–26 San Diego
XXX Dallas27–17 Pittsburgh
XXXI Green Bay35–21 New England
XXXII Denver31–24 Green Bay
XXXIII Denver34–19 Atlanta
XXXIV St. Louis23–16 Tennessee
XXXV Baltimore34–7New York
XXXVI New England20–17 St. Louis
XXXVII Tampa Bay48–21 Oakland
XXXVIII New England32–29 Carolina
XXXIX New England24–21 Philadelphia
XL Pittsburgh21–10 Seattle
XLI Indianapolis 29–17 Chicago
XLII New York17–14 New England
XLIII Pittsburgh27–23 Arizona
XLIV New Orleans31–17 Indianapolis
XLV Green Bay31–25 Pittsburgh
XLVI New York21–17 New England
XLVII Baltimore34–31 San Francisco
XLVIII Seattle43–8 Denver
XLIX New England28–24 Seattle
50Denver24–10 Carolina
LI New England34–28 Atlanta
LII Philadelphia41–33 New England
LIII New England13–3Los Angeles
LIV Kansas City31–20San Francisco
LV Tampa Bay31–9 Kansas City
LVI Los Angeles23–20 Cincinnati

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