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Most Bet on Super Bowl Props Thus Far 2022

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/11/2022

Curious about what everyone is betting on this Super Bowl 2022?  We got your top 10 bets (liabilities for the books) courtesy of our good friends at BetOnline.

The OVER on the longest field goal of 47.5 yards was seeing the most action of any other prop, and there are hundreds of prop bets posted this year.

Additionally we have your top 3 Most Valuable Players wagered on.

As far as the winner goes, the public loves Cincinnati.  61.2% of the spread action was on the Bengals +4.  Moneyline and total actions was balanced.

Top 10 Prop Liabilities

 

1. Longest field goal OVER 47.5 yards

2. Bengals first scoring play a field goal

3. Tyler Boyd will NOT score a TD

4. Brady said before Rodgers during broadcast

5. Rams OVER 5.5 third down conversions

6. First field goal OVER 37.5 yards

7. Total punts in game OVER 7

8. OVER .5 field goals in first half

9. COVID said before Omicron during broadcast

10. LSU said before Ohio State during broadcast

 

Top 3 MVP Bets

 

1. Joe Burrow +225

2. Aaron Donald +900

3. Cooper Kupp +600

 

Here are the current Super Bowl splits as of Friday February 11:

 

Rams at Bengals (+4, 48.5)

61.2% of $ on Bengals +4

53.4% of $ on Bengals ML (+170)

55.5% of $ on UNDER

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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