NFL Super Bowl 50 Parlay Betting Picks, I am coming into this season’s NFL Super Bowl hot after cashing-in on last week’s conference championship picks. I went with the OVER 47 in Carolina’s crushing 49-15 win against Arizona and I took Denver and the three points in the Broncos’ stunning 20-18 victory over New England as posted on A-sportsbook.com. Be sure to sign up for all of the US friendly online Sportsbooks on A-Sportbook.com to receive emails about the latest bonus promotions plus as well as the weekly email newsletter will all the sports betting information you need to build your betting bankroll.
With just one game left to play in the 2015 NFL season (not counting next Sunday’s Pro Bowl) and I releasing my official Super Bowl 50 picks for both the pointspread and the total based on NFL betting odds from GT Bets.
Carolina comes into Super Bowl 50 as an early 4.5-point favorite with the total set at 45.5. They have now covered against the spread in 13 of 18 games this season while going 17-1 straight-up. The only blemish was a late-season 20-13 loss to Atlanta as a seven-point favorite on the road. The Panthers have covered as favorites in their last three games and with the total going OVER in last Sunday’s win it has gone OVER in seven of their last nine games.
When it comes to the postseason, Carolina has covered in nine of its last 13 playoff games and the total has gone OVER in its last four games. The Panthers are 4-1 ATS in their last five games against a team with a SU winning record and they are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games following an ATS win.
The Broncos have been a tough team to bet on down the stretch and the cover against New England was their first in six games. Going back to early November, they have gone a costly 3-6-2 ATS over their last 11 games. Denver comes into Super Bowl 50 with a SU record of 14-4, but this drops to just 8-7-3 ATS. The total has stayed UNDER in five of its last seven contests.
Some of the Broncos’ recent playoff betting trends include a 2-5-1 record ATS in their last eight postseason games and the total has stayed UNDER in five of their last six playoffs games.
The matchup on the field pits Carolina quarterback Cam Newton against the top defense in the NFL when it comes to stopping the pass and total yards allowed. The Panthers were the highest scoring team in the league in the regular season with 31.1 points a game and they added another 80 points in two playoff games. The Broncos were ranked fourth in points allowed (18.5) and neither Pittsburgh nor the Patriots crossed that average in the postseason.
I still see this matchup producing enough points to go OVER GT Bets’ 45.5-point total line and I will lay the 4.5 points and take Carolina to cover.