Super Bowl Odds in Maryland

Thanks to the launch of legal sportsbook apps in Maryland, bettors now have access to a huge range of Super Bowl odds and lines right in their hands.

You’ll find hundreds of additional Super Bowl odds and markets at Maryland online sportsbooks that aren’t available during the regular NFL season. Here’s how to bet on Super Bowl LVII online in Maryland including live odds direct from the top online sportsbooks.

Live Super Bowl odds

Check the latest Super Bowl odds direct from Maryland online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go right to the sportsbook and start betting.

Best Super Bowl betting app

Maryland sportsbooks are rolling out the stops when it comes to Super Bowl sports betting promos. There are several online sportsbooks in Maryland that are among the best for Super Bowl betting:

But if we’re picking just one to suit all your Super Bowl betting needs, we have to go with the BetMGM app.

The BetMGM Maryland Sportsbook app offers a truly massive range of betting options for the Super Bowl. From the traditional options that are available for every NFL game to the Super Bowl-specific props that you only see once a year, this site has it all.

Among the many options are same-game parlays, which BetMGM has become known for. Not all sites offer this, but BetMGM is one of them, and it’s extremely popular on Super Bowl Sunday.

How to bet on the Super Bowl online in Maryland

Before you can win any money betting on Super Bowl Sunday, you’ll need to create a sportsbook account. The time around the Super Bowl is a good time to sign up, since bonuses and promotions will be common as the Super Bowl approaches.

To begin the process, head to the registration page on a sportsbook website. Once you’re there, follow these steps:

  • Fill out the required fields (name, email, home address, etc.)
  • Agree to all terms and conditions and click the button. This will create your new account and activate any welcome bonus you are receiving.
  • Deposit into your new account by selecting a method of payment, providing your banking information, and entering the amount you wish to invest.
  • The deposit will appear in your account, as will any Maryland sports betting bonus.
  • You are now free to search around the site and place bets.

Upon account creation and with each financial transaction, the sportsbook will send you a confirmation email for your records. This is one of the many ways that legal betting sites are superior to offshore sites when it comes to handling your finances.

Offshore sites may either block your credit card or charge an exorbitant fee to process a transaction. They don’t accept the easiest methods of payment such as e-wallets, and bettors often have to withdraw in cryptocurrency. These differences in banking are generally so the offshore sites can avoid regulations that oversee the industry.

What are the most popular Super Bowl bets?

If you’re one of the many people looking to put some money down on the Super Bowl, there’s no shortage of options. Sportsbooks offer a variety of NFL bets leading up to the matchup — and these only become more diverse once the big game arrives.

We’ll start with the moneyline, spread, and total, since these are the most popular bets, and these are the odds you’ll see by default at all betting sites for NFL games. To see how things are laid out, check out these Super Bowl lines from BetMGM Sportsbook online:

Super Bowl lines at BetMGM Sportsbook

  • Point spread: The sportsbook sets a number of points to even out the game for bettors. Favorites must win by more than the point spread, while underdogs must avoid losing by more than the spread.
  • Total: Totals betting involves predicting whether the combined score of the Super Bowl will go over or under the total number of points that the sportsbook has set.
  • Moneyline: With moneyline betting wager on which team will win the game, regardless of the score.

More Super Bowl bets

Beyond the traditional big three, Super Bowl betting odds run the gamut, from team and player props to alternate lines and in-game betting. You can also bet on a team to win the Super Bowl at nearly any time of the year via NFL futures odds.

  • Props: These side bets on a variety of game circumstances. You’ll find an array of props for Super Bowl Sunday, from standard over/under on player stats to the coin toss to the color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach.
  • Same-game parlays: Traditional NFL parlays are a no-go since there is only one game being played, but many sportsbooks allow bettors to combine multiple wagers from the Super Bowl into one bet. This can include props and alternate spreads, and totals.
  • Futures: These are long-term wagers. So if you put a bet on a team to win the Super Bowl before the season started, and that team makes it all the way to the big game, this is when you find out if you’ve won.
  • In-game betting: Also called live betting or micro betting, this type of wagering allows you to bet on occurrences within the game once the actual event begins.

Super Bowl MVP odds

Props play a massive role in why the Super Bowl is as large of a betting event as it is. The additional odds on everything from the coin toss to the final play bring a distinct flavor to the game. Super Bowl props also bring in a range of casual bettors who want to look beyond the traditional moneyline, spread, and total wagers.

There is perhaps no prop more popular than betting on the Super Bowl MVP winner. This wager draws attention from veteran gamblers and recreational bettors alike, and there are several reasons for it.

Most notably, it provides a rooting interest for the entire game beyond just which team will win. Prop odds like this can also be very lucrative compared to many other Super Bowl bets.

Historically, quarterbacks are the most common MVP winners, and it very frequently goes to an offensive player. Since 2000, eight non-quarterbacks have won the award, and four of them have been defensive players. Tom Brady has won five Super Bowl MVP awards, the most of all time.

Super Bowl betting tips for beginners

The sheer volume of betting options and hype surrounding the Super Bowl can make the betting process a bit overwhelming. Consider these Super Bowl betting tips when you start filling out bet slips for the big game.

  • Take underdogs to win outright: If you’re interested in betting on the underdog to cover the spread, you may want to just take the boosted odds that come with the moneyline. Underdogs have covered more than half of the Super Bowls since 2000, and, in those instances, have won the game outright on all occasions except one.
  • Stick to betting on the game: People get caught up in the once-a-year bets such as the coin toss or the color of the Gatorade bath. The momentary excitement these bets provide is not worth your money in our estimation, and you’d be better off risking your bankroll on the actual game.
  • Probably go QB for MVP: While there are always longshot odds for wide receivers, running backs, linebackers, and safeties, what’s most likely to happen is that a quarterback is going to win the Super Bowl MVP award. Since 2000, eight non-QBs have won. But more recently, the signal-caller has dominated at a higher rate.
  • Be careful with the props: Props are definitely a huge part of Super Bowl betting, and it can be a ton of fun to take a few props and keep the rooting interest going throughout the game. But keep in mind that there are hundreds of prop bets for the game, and with so many options, it can be easy to lose control and bet on too many things. Pick out a few props you like, but draw the line somewhere.

How far does the Super Bowl line move?

Sports betting lines aren’t frozen at original numbers from the sportsbooks. The odds shift and evolve. This is especially true when the line is available two weeks in advance of an event, as is the case with the Super Bowl.

Leading up to the game, the point spread odds can shift based on market action. The 2019 Super Bowl provides a perfect example of this. After the release of the opening line, the Los Angeles Rams were slight favorites over the New England Patriots. As bets began to come in, the market shifted. By game time, the Patriots were favored over the Rams at most sportsbooks.

But how and why do the odds change, exactly? There are several reasons. The earliest line moves are likely a result of action from professional bettors, also known as sharps. These are the most respected bettors in the eyes of sportsbooks and oddsmakers, and they tend to bet early, while the casual betting public wagers late. Early line moves are a reaction to sharps in many cases.

In the time leading up to the Super Bowl, there are many factors that can come into play for oddsmakers. The biggest thing is injuries. Teams like to keep quiet about potentially injured players so they don’t give their opponent a competitive advantage in the game-planning process, so any information about a player’s status is vital. If the game is being played outdoors, the weather forecast can also cause the numbers to move.

Finally, the betting public will have some impact as kickoff nears. The goal of oddsmakers is to have a line that will get an equal amount of action on both sides. If the public is betting heavily on one team, Maryland online sportsbooks will likely react with a line move in the hopes of getting the masses to start leaning the other way.

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl history

The Baltimore Ravens began to play in 1996. Since then, they have established themselves as a contender on multiple occasions. Baltimore won the AFC title in 2000 before winning Super Bowl XXXV in dominating fashion over the New York Giants, with the MVP going to linebacker Ray Lewis.

The Ravens once again won the conference in 2012, then won a thriller in Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers. With 287 passing yards and three touchdowns, quarterback Joe Flacco was the MVP.

Below are some Ravens Super Bowl records to note:

  • Passing yards: Joe Flacco (287)
  • Passing touchdowns: Joe Flacco (3)
  • Rushing yards: Jamal Lewis (102)
  • Rushing touchdowns: Jamal Lewis (1)
  • Receptions: Anquan Boldin (6)
  • Receiving yards: Anquan Boldin (104)
  • Receiving touchdowns: Brandon Stokley, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones (1)
  • Sacks: Paul Kruger, Michael McCrary (2)
  • Tackles: Dannell Ellerbe (9)
  • Interceptions: Ed Reed, Duane Starks, Jamie Sharp, Chris McAlister, Kim Herring (1)

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Washington Commanders Team Super Bowl history

Since the NFL-AFL merger, the Washington Commanders have won five conference titles to reach the Super Bowl. The first came under George Allen when the team fell in Super Bowl VII to the last undefeated team, the 1972 Miami Dolphins.

Under head coach Joe Gibbs, Washington made four more trips to the Super Bowl between 1982 and 1991, winning three titles in the process.

Running back John Riggins was the MVP of Super Bowl XVII when Washington got payback on Miami. Five years later, Doug Williams threw for 340 yards and four scores to win the MVP award. In 1991, the franchise won Super Bowl XVI behind 292 yards and two scores from Mark Rypien in a win over Buffalo.

Below are some Super Bowl records for the Washington franchise over the years:

  • Passing yards: Doug Williams (340)
  • Passing touchdowns: Doug Williams (4)
  • Rushing yards: Timmy Smith (204)
  • Rushing touchdowns: Timmy Smith, Gerald Riggs (2)
  • Receptions: Ricky Sanders (9)
  • Receiving yards: Ricky Sanders (193)
  • Receiving touchdowns: Ricky Sanders (2)
  • Sacks: Alvin Walton (2)
  • Tackles: Dave Butz (7)
  • Interceptions: Barry Wilburn, Brad Edwards (2)

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