2022 NFL Super Bowl LVI Line and Movement

2022 NFL Super Bowl LVI Line and Movement

The board of top sportsbooks details line movement for Super Bowl LVI from the opening to current numbers and where money influences the point spread leading up to the game on Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. EST.

This board is updated daily. Check back throughout the week as we document any point-spread movement. 

Here’s where the number is moving or staying for the Super Bowl, as of Thursday, Feb. 3:

Rams vs. BengalsRams -3.5Rams -4.5Rams -4Rams -4.5Rams -4.5
Odds as of Feb. 3. Odds updated once daily

Rams vs. Bengals


The Bengals rallied from a 21-10 halftime deficit at Arrowhead to beat the AFC’s defending champions, 27-24, in overtime and reach the Super Bowl for the first time since Jan. 22, 1989. The Chiefs tied the game with a field goal as time expired in regulation. After winning the overtime coin toss, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes was intercepted 13 seconds into extended time and the Bengals’ offense moved deep into Chiefs territory for a 31-yard game-winner.

The Rams trailed 10-7 at halftime hosting the 49ers, and 17-7 after three quarters before scoring 13 unanswered points in the fourth to win 20-17. Rams WR Cooper Kupp hauled in an 11-yard touchdown pass to trim the deficit to 17-14. Rams K Matt Gay tied it with 6:49 left, then kicked a 30-yard field goal with 1:46 remaining to send the Rams to their second Super Bowl appearance in the past four seasons.

TUESDAY – Sportsbooks opened this spread just over a key number of three points and the number remained idle from Sunday night, shortly after the second conference championship game ended, through Monday. It shook loose from the opening mark on Tuesday when Rams backers moved the NFC representative Rams to a market-consensus 4.5-point favorite.

WEDNESDAY – No significant action on either team to move off 4.5 points at any of the above-listed books.

THURSDAY – FanDuel took enough Bengals action at +4.5 to knock off “the hook,” dropping to four points. All other books held at 4.5.

View past lines and movement throughout respective weeks here:

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Mario Sanelli writes about sports betting for BeerLife Sports. He previously was the editorial assistant and a general-assignment reporter at The Denver Post for five years after serving as chief editor of The Metropolitan at MSU Denver. Mario was a NFL and college football insider with Mile High Sports for six years.