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Cincinnati Bengals +4.5 (-110)

When it comes to the Bengals in this Super Bowl, it might be a case of ‘they don’t know what they don’t know’. They have a corps of young studs on offense who only know how to win. When it comes to the pressure of playing in the Super Bowl, the more experienced team is likely to feel that weight more.

While Cincinnati may not win this game outright, this should be a close game. The Super Bowl could come down to a kick, and getting 4.5 points protects us from that.

Matthew Stafford passing touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-225)

Stafford has thrown multiple touchdowns in nine of his past 10 games. The Rams have a projected point total of about 26, so they are expected to find the end zone three times, and you can trust Stafford will be involved with a couple of them. While you’re laying a lot with these odds, it feels automatic. 

Van Jefferson receiving yards: Over 29.5 (-110)

As the third wide receiver on this Rams offense, Jefferson is often forgotten about. Luckily, he can also be forgotten about by the defense. He is being used as the deep threat for Stafford quite often, so he may only need one reception to hit the over on this Super Bowl prop.

Jefferson has gone over this yardage total in 10 of his past 14 games, and he has a strong opportunity to do it again on Sunday. 

First quarter points: Under 9 (-110)

The most common first quarter score in the Super Bowl is 0-0. We have seen a scoreless first quarter in three of the past seven Super Bowls. These two teams feel like they will take some time to adjust to each other, with two strong defenses having more success early in the game. 

Joe Mixon rushing yards: Under 62.5 (-120)

Mixon got off to an incredibly hot start this season, but then dramatically slowed down. Over the past eight games, he has averaged only 58.9 rushing yards.

The Rams’ run defense has been very solid, allowing only 3.9 yards per carry this season. Over their past three games, they have allowed only 3.1 yards per rush. Mixon will likely struggle to find running lanes on Sunday.