Super Bowl LVI is set, as the Los Angeles Rams face the Cincinnati Bengals. Who is the betting favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
The NFL Playoffs began with 14 teams, and we are now down to two. The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals will compete in Super Bowl LVI for the chance to hoist the coveted Lombardi Trophy.
Cincinnati managed to pull out the 27-24 overtime victory over the Patrick Mahomes-led Kansas City Chiefs to win the AFC Championship for the first time in 33 years. As for Los Angeles, they overcame a 17-7 deficit to defeat the rival San Francisco 49ers 20-17 to clinch their spot in the Super Bowl, which just so happens to take place at SoFi Stadium, their home turf.
For those of you interested in betting on the game and are wondering who are the favorites, we have you covered. The majority of sports books have the Rams as the 3.5-4.0 point favorites over the Bengals.
Super Bowl LVI: Who is the betting favorite between Rams and Bengals
For those of you who use or are interested in using WynnBet, they have the Rams favored by 4.0 points. Los Angeles’ money line is set at 190, while Cincinnati’s is +155. The over/under for the game is 49.5 points.
The Bengals overcame a 21-3 deficit to take a late 24-21 lead. After the defense stuffed the Chiefs offense to force them to settle on a Harrison Butker field goal to send the game into overtime, the Bengals’ interception off Mahomes set up Evan McPherson’s game-winning field goal.
Cincinnati looked to be on the verge of facing the 49ers for the third time in three Super Bowl trips, but the Rams had other ideas. The Rams bounced back on a 11-yard touchdown reception by star wideout Cooper Kupp and two field goals by Matt Gay to take a late lead. 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo threw an interception to linebacker Travin Howard on the final drive to secure the victory for the Rams.
The Bengals look to win their first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history, while the Rams look to secure their second Super Bowl victory.
Super Bowl LVI will take place on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. ET.