Value Bets for the Super Bowl

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As the regular season winds down, I decided to take a look and place a few value bets on a couple teams to win the Super Bowl this year

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Odds provided by William Hill NV


Buffalo Bills +700

The Josh Allen star seems to be shining at the right time. While he won’t win the MVP this year he should definitely be in the conversation. That being said, it seems most likely that they’ll avoid the Chiefs until the AFC title game and hopefully they’ll look to avenge their early season loss to KC.


Pittsburgh Steelers +1600

Everybody has jumped ship on Pittsburgh but Ben Roethlisberger is a two-time Super Bowl Champion and this may be his last run. Health is a big factor but that defense should definitely keep them alive in every game they play. Tomlin is one of the better coaches in the playoffs and 16/1 is good value to me.


Tennessee Titans +2500

These Titans showed last year that they can hang with anyone in the AFC. I’m sure they’d love another crack at KC. I’m a lot more confident in Tannehill this year and Derrick Henry is just such a monster safety valve. The defense worries me a bit but that offense should be capable enough to keep em in games.


Washington 125/1 – Dallas 200/1 – NY Giants 300/1

I mean… Whoever wins this division is gonna host a playoff game (most likely vs Tampa Bay). If it’s the Giants, we know they’re Tom Brady kryptonite. Nevertheless, we got a lot of hedge opportunities with these big ass numbers since it may only be one game. And to be honest, I don’t love any of the numbers for the other NFC teams.


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