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Super Bowl 2022 Start Time, How to Watch, and Odds

The big game is now less than a week away as the festivities are slated to get started in the coming days in Los Angeles. Let's take a closer look at the details of Super Bowl LVI and where the odds have landed as the game gets closer.
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Super Bowl 2022: Start Time, How to Watch, and Odds

Despite the game being played in Los Angeles, at the home of the Rams (SoFi Stadium), the Bengals will actually be the official "home team" as it rotates each year between conferences. While there will be no shortage of coverage and opinions throughout the week, let's get some basic information out of the way.

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Super Bowl 2022: Start Time, How to Watch, and Odds

What Time Does Super Bowl 2022 Start?

While coverage will start at 5:00 PM EST (2:00 PM PST), the official start time is scheduled for 6:30 PM EST (3:30 PM PST). There will also be pregame coverage throughout the day on multiple channels, covering everything from player news, betting odds, and predictions.

How to Watch Super Bowl 2022?

For the first time since 2018, NBC will host the Super Bowl. You will also be able to stream the game via the Peacock or NBC Sports app.

NBC's sister network Telemundo will broadcast the game in Spanish for those interested as well.

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What are the Super Bowl 2022 Odds?

After opening up as 3.5-point favorites, Rams' money has continued to flow in as they're 4.5-point favorites as of Sunday evening. As for the posted total (over/under), 50 was the consensus number opening up last week, and the money has also been largely one-sided thus far; on the under. Exactly one week from kickoff, we're sitting at 48.5 across the board.

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