Some Online Books Drop SB53 Spread

Super Bowl Point Spread Drops at Online Sports Books, 2/3/19 Rams vs. Pats

While the point spread has stayed steady at 2.5 at most of the big Las Vegas sportsbooks, the line has dropped at several online books. Kickoff between the Patriots and Rams in Super Bowl 53 from Atlanta is set for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Game Snapshot

101 New England Patriots at 102 Los Angeles Rams

6:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, February 3, 2019

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia

Public Betting Trends

According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Patriots are now 2-point favorites to beat the Rams in Super Bowl 53. The juice is even down to -105 on New England and -115 for L.A., with the moneyline odds also dropping for each team. The Patriots are -130 on the money line, while the Rams are +110.

BetNow.eu isn’t the only online sportsbook that dropped the line. Bookmaker and Pinnacle also dropped the Patriots down to -2. BetOnline, BetDSI, YouWager, Sportsbetting, The Greek, Sportsbook and GTBets have kept New England at -2.5, all with the standard -110 vig.

As for Vegas books, the Westgate Superbook, MGM Mirage, William Hill, Wynn LV, CG Technology and Stations have left the Patriots at 2.5 as well. As of this writing, none of the books have messed with the juice either, with New England a standard -2.5 with -110 juice across the board.

The total, meanwhile, is different depending on which sportsbook you view. Westgate, William Hill and Stations in Vegas all list the over/under at 56.5, while the MGM Mirage, Wynn LV and CG Technology have the total sitting at 56. That’s not the case online, where most of the books outside of Sportsbook.ag have the total sitting at 56.

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