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The 2022 Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 13 pits the Cincinnati Bengals against the Los Angeles Rams, but if you don’t have a rooting interest in either team, sportsbooks have you covered. The game is famous for its Super Bowl prop bets, and if you don’t want to guess what color jacket Dr. Dre will wear in the halftime show, there are plenty of options for bettors who know more about the on-field action. Super Bowl 56 will feature star quarterbacks Joe Burrow of the Bengals and the Rams’ Matthew Stafford, but there are numerous other players to make 2022 Super Bowl props on, including place-kickers Matt Gay of L.A. and Cincinnati’s Evan McPherson.

Super Bowl 56 at L.A.’s SoFi Stadium kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET. Los Angeles is a 4.5-point favorite in the latest Bengals vs. Rams odds at Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under for total points scored is 48.5. The Rams vs. Bengals spread and the total will be popular plays, but sportsbooks will have plenty of 2022 Super Bowl prop bets to choose from. Before locking in any Super Bowl 56 prop picks, you need to check out the best NFL picks and Super Bowl prop bets from SportsLine’s top NFL experts.

SportsLine’s team of experts includes its five hottest NFL experts – Larry Hartstein, Brett Anderson, Matt Severance, Adam Silverstein, and Tom Fornelli. It also features props/DFS wizards Alex Selesnick, Mike Barner, and Mike McClure, as well as SportsLine’s two most successful handicappers over the long haul in Mike Tierney and R.J. White.

Hartstein is SportsLine’s current No. 1 NFL expert with a 60 percent hit rate in his last 124 picks, while Tierney is the site’s all-time best on NFL picks. McClure is a professional DFS player with nearly $2 million in winnings, while White has cashed in huge twice in the Las Vegas SuperContest. Selesnick went 53-37 on his NFL prop picks during the regular season, and the other experts are well-connected and widely respected throughout the industry.

Now, after sifting through Super Bowl 56 player prop bets, these experts have locked in their top NFL props for Rams vs. Bengals in the Super Bowl 2022. They’re only available at SportsLine.

Top Bengals vs. Rams prop picks
One of the top Super Bowl props picks comes from R.J. White. The NFL expert is all over Rams receiver Cooper Kupp to go Over 27.5 yards on his longest reception (-120). “Do what you want to try to take away Cooper Kupp, but it’s unlikely to work,” NFL expert R.J. White told SportsLine. The wideout is the clear top option for quarterback Matthew Stafford and led the NFL in receptions (145), receiving yards (1,497), and touchdowns (16). Teams couldn’t stop him during the season, and it’s been more of the same in the 2022 NFL playoffs.

Kupp has 25 catches for 386 yards in three postseason games with a reception of at least 25 yards in each. He had one of 28 or longer in 15 of his 20 total games. He went for 40 yards or more at least once in nine contests. He faces a Bengals defense that has allowed five receptions of at least 30 yards in the past two games. A.J. Brown had three of them in the divisional matchup, and he didn’t have Stafford throwing him the ball.

How to make 2022 Super Bowl 2022 prop bets and Bengals vs. Rams predictions
The experts have revealed several other props plays from the Rams vs. Bengals matchup that you’ll want to jump on right away. They include several plus-money payouts, including one that pays an amazing 100-1. You can only see which Super Bowl 56 player props you should back at SportsLine.

What are the best Rams vs. Bengals Super Bowl 56 prop bets you can make? And which prop would pay 100-1? Visit SportsLine now to see the best 2022 Super Bowl prop bets, all from the NFL experts who have helped their follower’s cash winning tickets all season, and find out.

Louisiana had the single-largest legal mobile sports bet in history, according to Caesars, with the wager totaling more than $4.5 million.

Houston’s Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale — the owner of the Texas Gallery Furniture stores — traveled across the border into Louisiana to place a $4,534,000 bet with the Caesars Sportsbook app on the Cincinnati Bengals winning it all in Super Bowl 56 against the Los Angeles Rams.

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If the Bengals win, McIngvale will take $7,707,800. His bet is the second-largest legal Super Bowl wager ever place, according to Caesars, only behind a $4.9 million bet during the Super Bowl in 2002.

Houston furniture dealer Jim McIngvale has made a name for himself by placing large wagers on high-profile sporting events such as the Kentucky Derby and the World Series.
“At Caesars Sportsbook we love taking epic wagers on massive events like the Super Bowl,” said Ken Fuchs, head of sports at Caesars Sportsbook, in a news release. “The Joe Burrow magic is pulling fans in, especially in Louisiana with his college roots. With this $4.5 million bet on Joe and the Bengals, Mack will make history again. And with the millions of Caesars Rewards credits, he’ll earn – win or lose – he can enjoy time spent on OUR mattresses at Caesars anytime he wants to stop by.”

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“Mattress Mack” has gained a cult following largely due to his philanthropic efforts and prominent in-store promotions. During Hurricane Harvey, he opened his stores as shelters for hurricane victims. He did the same during Hurricane Ida for Louisianans who evacuated and sent trucks of supplies to areas in need.

The wager isn’t the only way McIngvale is showing love to the Bengals. Any customer who spends $3,000 or more on recliners or mattresses at Gallery Furniture ahead of the Super Bowl gets a full refund if the Bengals win.

Louisiana has a lot to watch for during Super Bowl LVI. Six players across both teams played college ball in Louisiana, including five from LSU. The Bengals boast former LSU players Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase, and Tyler Shelvin, as well as Tulane’s Cam Sample and Louisiana Tech’s Trent Taylor. Former LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss is also on the team’s practice squad.

The Rams have LSU greats Odell Beckham Jr. and Andrew Whitworth. Former UL running back Raymond Calais is on injured reserve for the team.

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