NFL Betting System: A Fool-Proof Super Bowl Betting System
By Ray Monohan
When it comes down to the Super Bowl, often times it’s really hard to come up with a play because the odds makers are so sharp on the line and both teams are really good. In Week 1, Week 7 or Week 14, you can usually circle at least one complete mismatch. In the Super Bowl, both teams have two weeks to prepare and the contest are usually very tight.
But with that in mind, we’ve uncovered a good Super Bowl betting system, which was first created by legendary NFL head coach Hank Stram. Here’s how it works:
The System: This system has a strict formula that values different aspects of the team. It takes into account experience from previous seasons as well as statistics from the current year. When all of the ingredients of the recipe are plugged in, the formula will spit out who is the better team, and that’s the bet.
Use only regular season stats and remember to compare the final number to the spread to decipher which team to bet.
Give 10 points to a team if they have won a Super Bowl in the last three seasons.
Give 8.0 points to either team if their opponent is playing in their very first Super Bowl in franchise history.
Give 8.0 points to the team that has given up the fewer amount of defensive rushes.
Give 7.0 points to the team with the best straight up win/loss record including playoffs.
Give 7.0 points to the team with the most offensive rushes on the season.
Give 5.0 points to the team with the better defensive yards-per-carry average.
Give 4.0 points to the team that has the best net kick-punt touchdown returns.
Give 4.0 points to the team the team who performed better against the point spread in the regular season.
Give 4.0 points to the team that has the better net penalty yards number.
Give 3.5 points to the team that has the greater yards per pass attempt.
Give 3.5 points to the team that has allowed up the fewest points on the season.
Give 3.5 points to the team that has given up the fewest amount of rushing touchdowns.
Give 3.0 points to the team that has recorded the most sacks.
Give 2.5 points to the team with the fewer offensive pass attempts.
Give 2.0 points to the team that had the best net punts (total) on the year.
Give 1.5 points to the team with the best offensive yards-per-carry average.
Give 1.0 points to the team with the better completion percentage.
The Logic: Basically what’s happening here is that we’re using a formula that values different aspects of each team, grading them out accordingly and then betting on the team that proves better by the numbers.
As they say, the numbers don’t lie and that’s all we’re really doing in this spot. It’s a 17-step formula but it has a very successful history, so stop racking your brain over the final two weeks of the NFL season and just plug in the numbers.
The Track Record: The record for this Super Bowl system is at 34-10-2 as of Super Bowl XLVI