Patriots Primed to Close as Most Popular Super Bowl Bet Ever Tracked

Sheila Mcguire
February 3, 2019

It's unanimous: Globe staffers in Atlanta all see the Patriots triumphing in Super Bowl LIII.

For New England, there's no question the AFC champions will have a major advantage over Los Angeles from an experience perspective since in a way, they're used to playing this time of year since Sunday will mark their third Super Bowl appearance in a row.

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Patriots 31, Rams 23 - My sixth sense tells me Tom Brady is going to be scary good. The Rams have four players on their roster who've played in a Super Bowl.

He was there the next year when they claimed their second title, but their victory shared the spotlight with a wardrobe malfunction.

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But they remain unclear on the date their star man will be ready kick-start their playoff push. He also threw shade on the amount of attention one gets when around the 14-time NBA All-Star.

Atlanta has spent the last two years planning for Super Bowl LIII, and so far, visitors from out of town seem pretty happy with the show A-T-L has put on.

With the line at New England -2.5, there's no reason to expect big swings in the public betting percentages as kickoff closes in. His climb in this video can be translated to the climb the Patriots made getting to the Super Bowl. The Patriots held the Kansas City Chiefs' No. 1-ranked offense to just 290 net yards, and the Rams held the New Orleans Saints' No. 8-ranked offense to the exact same amount.

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