Super Bowl Predictions 2022

Pickswise is the home of the Super Bowl predictions and betting forecasts. Our experts spend hours researching the games, the statistics, and all the data to give you their very best free betting picks for the Super Bowl LVI, which takes place on Sunday, February 13, 2022. Check out our Super Bowl 56 predictions and see who is predicted to win the Super Bowl and the latest Super Bowl Odds. For even more Super Bowl predictions, be sure to check out our Super Bowl Prop Bets page for our best player, team, and novelty Super Bowl Props. 


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Free Super Bowl Betting Predictions Explained

There are many ways to wager on the Super Bowl, and here at Pickswise, our expert handicappers cover all bases, for all types of Super Bowl Bettors. Like on a typical NFL match, all of the most popular betting markets are available from a straight money line prediction, to a prediction against the spread or the points totals, and a plethora of Super Bowl prop bets. Some bettors prefer to specialize in a single type of Super Bowl prediction, while others opt to place a few different wagers across the various types of wagers on offer. Our expert team covers all bases here at Pickswise and will offer expert analysis, and predictions across all of the main betting markets including those popular Super Bowl Prop Bets. 

Super Bowl Predictions Against The Spread

Super Bowl predictions Against the Spread is by some margin our most popular prediction here at Pickswise, and indeed the most popular amongst sports bettors. It’s the constant battle between the oddsmakers and the bettors all season long, and there often isn’t much in the games with most spreads decided late on in a game. The Super Bowl is the culmination of that season-long battle and is widely discussed leading up to the big game itself.  With Super Bowl predictions Against the Spread you are not simply picking a team to win the Super Bowl, but who will cover the spread as set by sportsbooks. You can in fact if wagering on the underdog with your wager even if they lose the Super Bowl, but you have to go back as far as Super Bowl 43, in 2009 to see the last example of that. The Steelers beat the Cardinals 27-23 but were -7 favorites against the spread so although the Cardinals lost the game, they covered the spread. Since then the last 11 Super Bowl champions have also covered the spread, a stat well worth considering when making your Super Bowl predictions Against the Spread. Our expert NFL handicappers do all the research for you, our team trawl through the historical data, season-long stats, team news, matchups, and much more ahead of making our Super Bowl predictions Against the Spread, and they’ll always be accompanied with full analysis and reasoning ahead of the game for you to read, and digest.

Super Bowl Over/Under Predictions

Our Super Bowl Over/Under Predictions are a great way to have a wager on the Super Bowl when you are unsure on which team you think will win, or which side of the spread you want to wager on. Rather than choosing a team, with our Super Bowl Over/Under predictions you are betting on the total points of the game going over or under a set line by the sportsbooks. This is an exciting way to wager on the Super Bowl because every play, and point counts, right until the end of the fourth quarter. While the game could be sewn up,  that garbage-time field goal or touchdown can be the difference in the over or under hitting. A lot of research goes into a Super Over/Under prediction, with all things considered from defensive matchups, offensive schemes, tempo, player and team statistics, injuries news, weather and so much more. Our expert NFL handicappers rely upon decades of experience wagering and predicting sports to create a fully researched Super Over/Under prediction, accompanied by full analysis, all for free.

Money Line Super Bowl Predictions

Seasoned NFL bettors will tell you that wagering against the spread is equal parts exciting as it is frustrating and in no situation more than the Super Bowl. This is why many will opt for what is in the most part a safer option with a Moneyline pick when looking at the favorites, or a value-seeking pick with the underdog with Money Line Super Bowl predictions. NFL teams are looking to win by one, of course, they’d like to win by more, but a one-point win is all they need to win the Super Bowl so taking the spread away from the predictions makes life simpler. Having said that a Moneyline Super Bowl prediction isn’t as plain sailing as picking the money line favorite, in fact, in the last 20 Super Bowls the favorite on the money line has an 11-9 record, so in recent history, it paid to back the underdog on the money line. With this in mind, our expert NFL handicappers leave no stone unturned in researching team news, statistics, trends, and much more ahead of making out Money Line Super Bowl Predictions.

Super Bowl Score Predictions

Super Bowl score predictions are a great way of determining which markets may be right for a particular game and deciding if the odds are good value picks. Predicting the Super Bowl score involves a lot of statistical research and crunching of the numbers, but these are often the key to a good Super Bowl score prediction and one that can give you the edge when looking at the Super Bowl betting lines. Fortunately for you, our Super Bowl Computer Picks take care of all the leg work for you. Our Super Computer runs over 10,000 player stats-based simulations to build a complete picture of each piece of the total game picture. Not only does our supercomputer provide a Super Bowl score prediction, but also individual player stat lines which are great tools for your Super Bowl Prop Bet research and wagers.

Super Bowl Predictions FAQs

The two teams who will be playing in the Super Bowl 2022 will be decided upon the completion of the AFC Championship Game and the NFC Championship Game, both scheduled for 30th January 2021. The winner of each conference championship game will advance to the Super Bowl and do battle with the Lombardi Trophy on the line. Sportsbooks currently have the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers as favorites to play in the Super Bowl 2022, a re-run of the 2021 Super Bowl, but much will change before now and then.

Despite losing the Super Bowl in 2021 31-9, The Kansas City Chiefs are predicted to win the 2022 Super Bowl by the oddsmakers. The Chiefs currently sit as +500 favorites, with their Super Bowl 55 conquerors the Tampa Bay Buccaneers second favorites at +700. 

The Kansas City Chiefs are favorites to win Super Bowl 56. Despite losing 31-9 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55, the Chiefs remain favorites to win the 2022 Super Bowl with odds of +500.  The Buccaneers are unsurprisinglu, the team with the next best Super Bowl odds at +700.


The Final Score of the 2021 Super Bowl was 31-9. The Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers won in convincing fashion against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The last three Super Bowls have all seen the Under cash with 31-9 in 2021, 31-20 in 2020 and 13-3 in 2019.

Once the teams are set ahead of the 2022 Super Bowl be sure to check out our Super Bowl Computer Picks which will have statistics-based final score predictions taken from over 10,000 simulations.

A winner must be declared so a 10 minute Overtime period is played if the Super Bowl is a tie after regulation. A coin toss determines who possesses the ball first, much like a regular-season overtime game, if the first team to possess the ball scores a touchdown they win. If they fail to or score a Field Goal the other team gets to possess the ball and if they also score a Field goal the game continues on a next score wins basis, if they score a touchdown they win. If the scores are still tied at the end of the 10 minute overtime period, a coin is flipped and a second Overtime period is played, and so on until a winner is determined.

A tie in the Super Bowl has only ever happened on one occasion and not until 2017, when Tom Brady’s heroics saw the Patriots overcome a 25 point deficit to tie the game at 28-28 in the dying seconds against the Atlanta Falcons, before eventually winning the game 34-28.