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2022 Super Bowl Props & Odds: Will There Be a Successful 2-Point Conversion in Rams vs. Bengals?

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Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images. Pictured: Running back Joe Mixon #28 of the Cincinnati Bengals

The Super Bowl is a buffet of options for NFL bettors, with the action starting as soon as the coin toss and running through the entire game.

The sweat can even last after the game as fans and bettors wait to hear on the eventual Super Bowl MVP.

But with so many options available, including props, many bettors don’t like laying a huge price that would result in a very small win. In fact, the public often prefers taking longshots on props with larger, plus-money payouts, even if they’re not necessarily +EV bets.

This is the Super Bowl, and people just want to have fun and enjoy the game, including recreational bettors.

One of these popular options is to bet “Yes” on whether or not there will be a successful 2-point conversion in the game.

So with this in mind, we’ve detailed the odds that there will be a successful 2-point conversion attempt in Super Bowl 56 between the Rams and Bengals, as well as the implied probabilities of both results occurring based on the latest lines.

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2022 Super Bowl 2-Point Conversion Prop Odds

*Odds as of Tuesday and via PointsBet

Will there be a successful 2-point conversion?

  • Yes: +375
  • No: -575

Betting odds of +375 translate to an implied probability of 21.05%, meaning that is the break-even point for betting that there will be a success 2-point conversion in the Super Bowl.

Essentially, if you believe that there is better than at 21.05% chance of this happening, then it’s a bet offering value.

On the flip side, -575 correlates to an 85.19% implied probability on the “no” side of the Super Bowl’s 2-point conversion prop.

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