Super Bowl Odds Updates & Betting News

The Super Bowl Week injury reports have been released by the league and the only Questionable player on the two lists is now Patriots C Bryan Stork (knee) - who is reportedly still expected to play in the game on Sunday. Seahawks S Earl Thomas (shoulder) has been upgraded from Questionable last week to Probable this week, while Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (elbow) is still Probable. Here are the full reports . . .

New England Injuries
Bryan Stork C Questionable Super Bowl (knee)
Akeem Ayers LB Probable Super Bowl (knee)
Tom Brady QB Probable Super Bowl (ankle)
Dont'a Hightower LB Probable Super Bowl (shoulder)
Chris Jones DT Probable Super Bowl (elbow)
Darrelle Revis CB Probable Super Bowl (not injury related)
Sealver Siliga DT Probable Super Bowl (foot)

Seattle Injuries
Justin Britt T Probable Super Bowl (knee)
Kam Chancellor S Probable Super Bowl (knee)
Marshawn Lynch RB Probable Super Bowl (back)
Richard Sherman CB Probable Super Bowl (elbow)
J.R. Sweezy G Probable Super Bowl (ankle)
Earl Thomas S Probable Super Bowl (shoulder)

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Are you siding with the general public so far when it comes to wagering on Super Bowl XLIX? One online sportsbook reports that 55 percent of bettors are putting their money on New England and 45 percent on Seattle as of mid-week, which has kept Tom Brady and company as the small betting favorites for the contest.

Like to know how the sportsbooks have fared in the past on the Super Bowl? Here at OddsShark we have rundowns of both the Past Best Super Bowl Results for the Sportsbooks and the Past Worst Super Bowl Results for the Sportsbooks. You can probably guess on which list last year's Seahawks massive upset win over the Broncos sits.


The online sportsbooks have been working overtime to produce prop bets for every single aspect of Super Bowl XLIX, from odds to win the MVP, to lines on the national anthem, Gatorade shower, and coin toss, to wagering opportunities on Tom Brady and even Punxsutawney Phil.

Here's what OddsShark has compiled so far to keep you covered on all the available Super Bowl XLIX props . . .

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And top sportsbook Bovada continues to lead the way with their exhaustive list of Super Bowl XLIX props. Looking to place a wager at Bovada or another OddsShark-approved sportsbook prior to the big game? Check out Betting Super Bowl: Best USA Sportsbooks.


Seahawks supporters can still find the best line on their team for Super Bowl XLIX, with one online sportsbook listing Seattle as 2-point underdogs as of Saturday morning. That shop is Bovada. The rest of the sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark have the Patriots set as either 1-point or 1.5-point favorites, with the consensus total between 47.5 and 48.5 points.

The official Super Bowl bye week injury reports have also been released, with wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe) among the Patriots players listed as Questionable and safety Earl Thomas (shoulder) the only Seahawks player listed as Questionable. Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman (elbow) is listed as Probable. Here are the full reports . . .

New England Injuries
Brandon Browner CB Questionable Super Bowl (knee)
Dont'a Hightower LB Questionable Super Bowl (shoulder)
Chris Jones DT Questionable Super Bowl (elbow)
Brandon LaFell WR Questionable Super Bowl (shoulder, toe)
Sealver Siliga DT Questionable Super Bowl (foot)
Bryan Stork C Questionable Super Bowl (knee)
Tom Brady QB Probable Super Bowl (ankle)

Seattle Injuries
Earl Thomas S Questionable Super Bowl (shoulder)
Michael Bennett DE Probable Super Bowl (not injury related)
Justin Britt T Probable Super Bowl (knee)
Clint Gresham LS Probable Super Bowl (neck)
Marshawn Lynch RB Probable Super Bowl (not injury related)
Richard Sherman CB Probable Super Bowl (elbow)
J.R. Sweezy G Probable Super Bowl (ankle)


The Patriots have now settled in as Super Bowl XLIX betting favorites at all the online sportsbooks after opening as the underdog for the contest, with lines ranging from New England -1 to New England -2 across the board.

That tight line mirrors the OddsShark Computer projection for the contest, which is posted as New England 35.0, Seattle 34.6. The public consensus at OddsShark for the game as of Thursday had New England receiving 60% of the support on the line and the OVER receiving 53% of the support on the total (48 points).

And grabbing the headlines right now is the Deflategate controversy, with the Patriots accused of deflating the game balls used in the AFC Championship Game against the Colts. Online sportsbook Bovada has even posted a pair of prop wagers on the scandal.


Are we headed toward a pick'em at Super Bowl XLIX? The Seattle Seahawks opened as a 2-point favorite for the game, but that line has already moved in New England's favor to the point that the Patriots are now the favorites at some online sportsbooks.

In fact, as of Tuesday night the Patriots had moved to 2-point favorites on the odds to win Super Bowl XLIX at online sportsbook Bovada, with other shops listing Tom Brady and company at -1 and still others holding the game as a pick'em on their betting line.

The total for the game opened at 48.5 points, and it continues to hover around the mark.

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Bookmark this page for daily updates on the Super Bowl XLIX betting line and the latest props to hit the board - including props covering the Super Bowl MVP award, the coin toss, the national anthem, the Gatorade shower, and every other aspect of the big game.

As well watch for game news and notes including the latest injury updates on key players such as Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman, who suffered a sprained elbow in the NFC Championship Game but is still considered very probable to play in Super Bowl XLIX.

And for those doing deep research, here are the Super Bowl spreads and final scores for every game since the Green Bay Packers won and covered the spread in Super Bowl I . . .

Game Year Winner Opponent Score Odds
XLIX 2015 ??? ??? ??? ???
XLVIII 2014 Seahawks Broncos 43-8 +2 Sea
XLVII 2013 Ravens 49ers 34-31 +4 Balt
XLVI 2012 Giants Patriots 21-17 +2.5 NYG
XLV 2011 Packers Steelers 31-25 -3 GB
XLIV 2010 Saints Colts 31-17 +4.5 NO
XLIII 2009 Steelers Cardinals 27-23 -6.5 Pit
XLII 2008 Giants Patriots 17-14 +12.5 NY
XLI 2007 Colts Bears 29-17 -6.5 Indy
XL 2006 Steelers Seahawks 21-10 -4 Pit
XXXIX 2005 Patriots Eagles 24-21 -7 NE
XXXVIII 2004 Patriots Panthers 32-29 -7 NE
XXXVII 2003 Buccaneers Raiders 48-21 +3 TB
XXXVI 2002 Patriots Rams 20-17 +14 NE
XXXV 2001 Ravens Giants 34-7 -3 Balt
XXXIV 2000 Rams Titans 23-16 -7 Rams
XXXIII 1999 Broncos Falcons 34-19 -7.5 Den
XXXII 1998 Broncos Packers 31-24 +11 Den
XXXI 1997 Packers Patriots 35-21 -14 GB
XXX 1996 Cowboys Steelers 27-17 -13.5 Dal
XXIX 1995 49ers Chargers 49-26 -18.5 SF
XXVIII 1994 Cowboys Bills 30-13 -10.5 Dal
XXVII 1993 Cowboys Bills 52-17 -6.5 Dal
XXVI 1992 Redskins Bills 37-24 -7 Wash
XXV 1991 Giants Bills 20-19 +7.5 NYG
XXIV 1990 49ers Broncos 55-10 -12 SF
XXIII 1989 49ers Bengals 20-16 -7 SF
XXII 1988 Redskins Broncos 42-10 +3 Wash
XXI 1987 Giants Broncos 39-20 -9.5 NYG
XX 1986 Bears Patriots 46-10 -10 Chi
XIX 1985 49ers Dolphins 38-16 -3.5 SF
XVIII 1984 Raiders Redskins 38-9 +3 Raid
XVII 1983 Redskins Dolphins 27-17 +3 Wash
XVI 1982 49ers Bengals 26-21 Pick'em
XV 1981 Raiders Eagles 27-10 +3 Raid
XIV 1980 Steelers Rams 31-19 -10.5 Pit
XIII 1979 Steelers Cowboys 35-31 -3.5 Pit
XII 1978 Cowboys Broncos 27-10 -6 Dal
XI 1977 Raiders Vikings 32-14 -4 Raid
X 1976 Steelers Cowboys 21-17 -7 Pit
IX 1975 Steelers Vikings 16-6 -3 Pit
VIII 1974 Dolphins Vikings 24-7 -6.5 Mia
VII 1973 Dolphins Redskins 14-7 -1 Mia
VI 1972 Cowboys Dolphins 24-3 -6 Dal
V 1971 Colts Cowboys 16-13 +2.5 Bal
IV 1970 Chiefs Vikings 23-7 +12.5 KC
III 1969 Jets Colts 16-7 +18 Jets
II 1968 Packers Raiders 33-14 -13.5 GB
I 1967 Packers Chiefs 35-10 -14 GB

Betting on the Super Bowl is the most common sports wager in America, but many believe that you can only bet the NFL title game after the teams are set. Truth is, there are Super Bowl betting odds all season long as online sportsbooks offer future bets on every team.

Preseason favorites start as early Super Bowl picks and injuries and hot streaks shape the line all season. By the time the Super Bowl rolls around in February (and the Patriots and Seahawks have advanced as the top seeds in each conference), the lines on all the teams will have morphed and changed dozens of times. And shortly after a champ is crowned, Super Bowl odds go up for next year’s game!

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