2020 Super Bowl Betting Guide for NJ: Sites, Odds & Favorites

2020 Super Bowl Betting NJ

When: Super Bowl LIV will take place Feb. 2, 2020. For New Jersey bettors we recommend the following NJ sportsbook apps with bonus code promotions:

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Where: The 2020 Super Bowl will be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. It’s the 11th time the city of Miami will host the Super Bowl, moving it past New Orleans (10) for most host sites.

TV: Fox will carry the live broadcast of the game with play by play man Joe Buck and color analysis Troy Aikman, the Hall of Fame quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.

Where to bet legally: The Super Bowl is the most wagered on event of the year. Depending on where you live you can bet the game in any state where sports betting is legal at one of the many sports books or casinos. You can also bet on line at various sites. Here are the most popular  ones:

New Jersey: PointsBet.com, William Hill NJ, SugarHouse NJ, DraftKings.

Pennsylvania: SugarHouse PA.

In most of Europe: William Hill UK/Pinnacle, Asian Odds.

In Asia: Pinnacle/Asian Odds

Here is our Super Bowl 2020 betting guide for NJ, IN and PA: best apps, bonus codes, predictions, betting odds on the potential winners and early favorites ( team by team). 

The 2020 Super Bowl will be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. It’s the 11th time the city of Miami will host the Super Bowl, moving it past New Orleans (10) for most host sites.

Fox will carry the live broadcast of the game with play by play man Joe Buck and color analysis Troy Aikman, the Hall of Fame quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.

The Super Bowl is the most wagered on event of the year. Depending on where you live you can bet the game in any state where sports betting is legal at one of the many sports books or casinos. You can also bet on line at various online sites.

2020 Super Bowl Betting App & Bonus for NJ 

2020 Super Bowl betting odds and early favorites

New England, which has won six Super Bowls with head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, including last year’s Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, are the slight favorites to win its seventh. According to DraftKings Super Bowl betting odds, the Patriots are 7-1. 

Kansas City, which lost to Nw England in the AFC Championship Game last year, is the second choice at 8-1. The Los Angeles Rams, the defending NFC Champions, who lost in the Super Bowl to New England, is a co-favorite in the NFC at 9-1. The New Orleans Saints, who lost in the NFC Championship Game to the Rams are also 9-1.

Here is the complete list of the 2020 Super Bowl betting odds (team by team):

  • New England 7-1
  • Kansas City 8-1
  • Los Angeles Rams 9-1
  • New Orleans Saints 9-1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 13-1
  • Cleveland Browns 14-1
  • Indianapolis Colts 14-1
  • Los Angeles Chargers 15-1
  • Chicago Bears 16-1
  • Green Bay Packers 18-1
  • Dallas Cowboys 20-1 
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 20-1 
  • Minnesota Vikings 22-1
  • Atlanta Falcons 25-1
  • Baltimore Ravens 25-1
  • Seattle Seahawks 25-1
  • Houston Texans 30-1
  • San Francisco 49ers 33-1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 35-1
  • Carolina Panthers 50-1
  • New York Jets 50-1
  • Denver Broncos 60-1
  • New York Giants 60-1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 60-1
  • Tennessee Titans 60-1
  • Oakland Raiders 75-1
  • Buffalo Bills 100-1
  • Washington Redskins 100-1
  • Arizona Cardinals 125-1
  • Cincinnati Bengals 125-1
  • Detroit Lions 125-1
  • Miami Dolphins 150-1

Our Super Bowl 2020 betting predictions: 

New England, because of its history and incredible success, deserves to be the favorite. But it’s very difficult to repeat (New England did it in 2004-05 and no one has since) as Super Bowl champions. It’s also difficult to go to four straight Super Bowls, which is what you would be expecting the Patriots to do (Buffalo did it from 1990-93 and lost all four). So while any team with Belichick and Brady is tough to ignore, the Patriots might not be a good bet.

Kansas City’s short odds come from the early success of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who won the MVP award in 2018, his first year as a starter. The Chiefs have some off-the-field issues, however, with different players which could cause some distractions this season. Also head coach Andy Reid is known for making the playoffs, but failing once he gets there.

New Orleans and the Los Angeles Rams also have shot odds, but might not be the best bets, either. Start with the Rams, who lost the Super Bowl last year. The Super Bowl loser rarely does well the following year. Of course, the Patriots proved that wrong last year. But they were the first team to lose a Super Bowl one year and win it the next year, since Miami did it in 1973. If something hasn’t happened in 45 years, you think it’s going to happen twice in two years?

New Orleans has gotten knocked out of the playoffs on strange plays the past two seasons and Saints’ fans have every reason to believe they were actually the best team in both 2017 and 2018. But how many times can you go back to the well? Quarterback Drew Brees turned 40 in January and the team may be ready to take a step backwards. 

Which teams are good bets? Who wins Super Bowl 2020?

The Philadelphia Eagles, at 13-1, isn’t a bad selection. Philadelphia won Super Bowl LII in 2018, and despite a rash of injuries came on to make the playoffs and win a playoff game last year. The key to the Eagles is quarterback Carson Wentz staying healthy and on the field. Wentz has suffered season-ending injuries each of the last two years. And the team no longer has Nick Foles, who signed as a free agent with Jacksonville, to bail them out. 

My favorite bet, however, is the Los Angeles Chargers at a very generous 15-1. The Chargers’ 12 wins last season matched the Chiefs for most in the AFC, but tie-breakers forced the team to be a wild card team, instead of a division champ. It also sent them across the country two consecutive weeks in the playoffs — to Baltimore and to New England, were they eventually lost to the Patriots.

The Chargers added to a good, young defense this past offseason and a have veteran quarterback in Philip Rivers. This might be their year.

The Green Bay Packers, at 18-1, and the Dallas Cowboys, at 20-1, are also good value bets. And if you really want to take a shot, look at the Carolina Panthers, at 50-1. 

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