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PA Super Bowl odds

Sports betting in Pennsylvania did manage to get up and running for the biggest sports betting event of the year. It just has some pieces still missing.

With the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams ready to square off in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta on Feb. 3, a total of six sportsbooks are operating in the Keystone State.

Certainly, though, more anticipation surrounds online sports betting in Pennsylvania. That wait, however, will have to continue.

Doug Harbach, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, told the Tribune-Democrat that “(t)here will not be online sports wagering options available by the Super Bowl.”

Thankfully, though, plenty of retail options remain for bettors in Pennsylvania. And with the big game looming, here is a rundown of what is offered at those locations.

Super Bowl LIII odds

The Patriots advanced to their third straight Super Bowl; a feat previously met in the early 1990s. The Rams, meanwhile, make the franchise’s fourth-ever trip to the Big Game, and the second as a Los Angeles team.

Storylines abound in Atlanta, site of the Rams’ last Super Bowl victory, in 2000. Both starting running backs, New England’s Sony Michel and LA’s Todd Gurley II, played for the University of Georgia, for example.

Perhaps most noteworthy is that Patriots QB Tom Brady has a shot at his sixth Lombardi Trophy, which would match the Pittsburgh Steelers franchise for the most in NFL history.

Fun fact: Brady himself has more Super Bowl appearances than any other team in history.

For the game, here are the lines offered at five PA sportsbooks, making note that markets from Rivers and SugarHouse come from the latter’s New Jersey mobile product and they could differ from PA offerings:

OperatorSpreadTotal PointsMoneyline
Hollywood SportsbookNE -2.5 (-110)
LAR +2.5 (-110)
57.5
Over -110/Under -110
NE -140
LAR +120
Rivers Sportsbook*NE -2.5 (-112)
LAR +2.5 (-109)
56.5
Over -110/Under -110
NE -139
LAR +115
SugarHouse Sportsbook*NE -2.5 (-112)
LAR +2.5 (-109)
56.5
Over -110/Under -110
NE -139
LAR +115
Parx SportsbookNE -2.5 (-112)
LAR +2.5 (-109)
56.5
Over -110/Under -110
NE -139
LAR +115
Harrah's SportsbookNE -2.5 (-115)
LAR +2.5 (-105)
57
Over -110/Under -110
NE -145
LAR +125
*Lines from SugarHouse NJ, could differ in PA

Break down the game even more

Not willing to wait until the end of the game to cash in on wagers? With PA sportsbooks, first-half lines exist to help expedite that process.

OperatorSpreadTotal PointsMoneyline
*Lines from SugarHouse NJ, could differ in PA
Hollywood SportsbookNE -0.5 (-110)
LAR +0.5 (-110)
28
Over +100/Under -120
NE -120
LAR +100
Rivers Sportsbook*NE -0.5 (-104)
LAR +0.5 (-117)
27.5
Over -107/Under -114
NE -136
LAR +105
SugarHouse Sportsbook*NE -0.5 (-104)
LAR +0.5 (-117)
27.5
Over -107/Under -114
NE -136
LAR +105
Parx SportsbookNE -0.5 (-104)
LAR +0.5 (-117)
27.5
Over -107/Under -114
NE -136
LAR +105
Harrah's SportsbookNE -0.5 (-105)
LAR +0.5 (-115)
28
Over +100/Under -120
NE -130
LAR +110

Super Bowl props galore

Bless the Super Bowl.

Finally, traditional wagering meets the insanity of Super Bowl bets.

Will either team win both halves? Parlay that with the over/under on the jersey number worn by the player who scores the game’s first touchdown. Who gets more passing yards? Package that with your pick for whether the team that wins the coin toss will also win the game.

Such markets exist at Parx Sportsbook.

At the Bensalem property, the sportsbook lists LA at +350 to win both the first and second halves and New England at +300. Meanwhile, the jersey number over/under sits at 26.5 (over -134, under +100). Brady is favorited for most passing yards (-139) over Jared Goff (+105), and the lines to win the coin toss and the game sits at +310 for the Rams and +240 for the Pats.

New England (-125) as the favorite to score first with the LA Rams (-108) close behind. But in what manner will that opening score occur?

TeamTouchdownField GoalSafety
New England Patriots+195+460+4,500
Los Angeles Rams+170+400+4,500

Forget who will score that first touchdown. What position is that player? At Parx, those odds exist:

  • Running back/fullback: +130
  • Wide receiver: +130
  • Tight end: +550
  • Defensive player: +1,100
  • Quarterback: +2,000

Now take a peek into the SugarHouse NJ product, which may share similar offerings at SugarHouse and Rivers casinos in PA.

Either team winning by exactly 3 points pays +325, and the sportsbook also features a prop on the total points. An odd-numbered final score pays -137, while even goes for +106. For what it’s worth, the past four Super Bowl scores, and eight of the past 10 have been even totals.

SugarHouse NJ also pegs the longest TD yardage over/under at 46.5 and the longest field goal yardage at 45.5. The FG under pays +105, with the over at -139. New England and Los Angeles both sit at +130 for most made field goals in the game, while the same total goes for +300.

Coachspeak dictates teams “take the game one play at a time.” SugarHouse NJ sportsbook allows bettors to take the Super Bowl one quarter at a time with its highest-scoring quarter market.

First QuarterSecond QuarterThird QuarterFourth QuarterTie
+750+155+600+175+850

Super Bowl MVP odds

As the Super Bowl nears, even as the game plays out, Big Game Fun Facts will continue to crop up.

The matchup features the biggest age gap among Super Bowl coaches: New England’s Bill Belichick, 66, and LA’s Sean McVay, 33. The same goes for the game’s starting QBs: Brady, 41 (the oldest player to start a Super Bowl), and Goff, 24 (the fourth-youngest to start).

Yet when the Super Bowl is all said and done, one final piece of hardware will get handed out, thus resolving one final futures market.

Who will win the Super Bowl MVP, an award Brady has taken home more times (four) than any other player in NFL history? The top eight favorites, according to Parx:

QB Tom BradyQB Jared GoffRB Todd Gurley IIDT Aaron DonaldRB Sony MichelRB CJ AndersonWR Julian EdelmanRB James White
+110+235+1,400+1,800+2,000+2,200+2,200+2,800

About

Grant Lucas is a longtime sportswriter who has covered the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. A graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, Grant has covered games and written features and columns surrounding prep sports, Linfield, and Oregon State athletics and the Portland Trail Blazers throughout his career.

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