Spread & Totals Selections – Super Bowl LVI

How does the saying go – It’s not how you start, but how you finish? Well, after opening the play-offs by going 0-3 we’ve since hit on 4 straight winners, on top of finally landing that elusive clean sweep going 3-0 on Championship Weekend. All that remains is an unlikely Super Bowl match-up between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, that’s right, the freaking Bengals!

Season record now stands at 45-31-1 on the season, with Return on Investment sat at a healthy 13.40%. Now, I don’t say this lightly, but there are guys in Vegas charging a helluva lot of money for returns far worse than that, believe me, I’ve seen some the results. An R.O.I of 2-3% is considered outstanding in the markets we’re using.



*Now, that ‘none’ comes with a very big asterix next to it. There is actually plenty of value in the Bengals +4/4.5/5, but having watched the NFL for as long as I have, I worry. I worry that the Bengals offensive line simply won’t be able to stand-up against the Rams defensive front. In fact, it reminds me a lot of when the Broncos met the Panthers in Superbowl with Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware tormenting Cam Newton who simply couldn’t get anything going. For as good as Joe Burrow has been this off-season the game against the Titans is huge concern, and for that reason I’ll pass, despite the value.


Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams – Under 48.5 points @ 1.97 with Smarkets Sportsbook (back down to 48)

Much like my PGA Profit service I plan to send out a ‘season review’ at some-point in February, which may help the new followers amongst you understand just how the 2021-22 season has gone, and how it matches up with 2020-21.

All selections are advised at 1 point each, with a 100 point bankroll.


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