Super Bowl Preview: Betting & DFS Tips

Although this wasn’t the outcome most of us expected back in August, we have finally reached the final NFL game of the season and Super Bowl LVI is shaping up to be an exciting contest. The NFC is represented by [...]
Although this wasn't the outcome most of us expected back in August, we have finally reached the final NFL game of the season and Super Bowl LVI is shaping up to be an exciting contest.The NFC is represented by Sean McVay's Los Angeles Rams, who last won a title back in the 1999 season and last appeared two seasons later losing Super Bowl XXXVI 20-17. This is the Rams' fifth overall appearance.Making their third overall appearance, the AFC's Cincinnati Bengals have never won an NFL championship and this is their time playing in the Super Bowl in 40 years. The Bengals are 0-2 in their previous Super Bowls.Both teams were the respective conference's 4-seeds, making this the first game since 1975 without at least one team being a top-3 playoff entrant.As with any NFL finale, Sunday will be treated as a national holiday with plenty of daily fantasy and betting action taking place.Our Conference Championships bets went a perfect 4-0, so Let's break down how the game might go and pick our best bets for Super Bowl LVI.

Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Current Line: Cincinnati +4; over/under 48.5To read our Conference Championship Preview, become a FullTime Fantasy Subscriber
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With over a decade of winning experience, Jody is a well-known fixture in the fantasy football community. He was named Fantasy Pros’ **Most Accurate Ranker** previously and was the site’s Top NFL over/under totals picker with a record 65% accuracy in 2020, while also ranking 5th in the country with a 55% against-the-spread hit rate. Jody has written for many sites over the years including Pro Football Focus, FantasyPros, CBS Sportsline, FantasyData, and is a regular contributor to the Fantasy Index magazine expert’s poll, draft, and auction.Jody’s experience ranking and projecting player performance will help prepare the Fulltime Fam for their big draft days as well as answers they can trust on Sunday for those ever crucial Who Do I Start questions.