How To Bet On Joe Burrow In The Super Bowl In Louisiana

Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals are headed to the Super Bowl! Mobile sports betting apps are now available in Louisiana, so bettors across the state can bet on Burrow and the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.

Burrow, the quarterback who led LSU to the 2019 College Football Playoff Championship, and the Bengals will take on the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, February 13 at 5:30 p.m. CT at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The Bengals currently find themselves as 4-point underdogs with the over/under set at 49 on DraftKings Louisiana.

Sports Betting Apps Now Available In Louisiana

Five mobile sports betting apps are live in Louisiana. The action got started on Jan. 28, and the apps that are available are DraftKingsBetMGMCaesarsBetRivers, and FanDuel.

Various popular sportsbooks now have bonus offers available for Louisiana bettors to use. Many of these deals feature either a deposit bonus or risk-free bet for the initial wager.

DraftKings Sportsbook Louisiana$50 Free Bet On Deposit + 20% Up To $1,000 On DepositClick to Claim
Caesars Sportsbook LouisianaFirst Bet Up To $1,250 Click to Claim (Code: SHARPBETFULL)
BetMGM Louisiana Sportsbook$1,000 Risk Free BetClick to Claim (Code: SHARP)
BetRivers Sportsbook LouisianaSecond Chance Free Bet up to $500Click to Claim (Code: SHARPRIV)
PointsBet Sportsbook Louisiana2 Second Chance Free Bets up to $2,000Click to Claim (Code: BESTOFFER)
FanDuel Sportsbook LouisianaNo Sweat First Bet Up To $1,000Click to Claim

Simply search for the apps in the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store to start the process of creating your account(s). Then, browse through the various types of bets available and find what you like best!

The Super Bowl is the most-bet singular sporting event in North America each year. For the first time, Louisiana bettors can join in on the party by placing bets right from their phones.

Also Read: How To Bet On The Super Bowl In Louisiana

Joe Burrow Chasing History

Burrow put together one of the greatest college football seasons in history back in 2019. He completed a staggering 76.3 percent of his passes for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdown passes compared to just six interceptions. He won the Heisman Trophy as the nation’s best player and led the Tigers to a National Championship title.

No quarterback has ever won the Heisman Trophy, a national championship, and the Super Bowl. Burrow now has a chance to do it all in the span of just three years.

Also Read: Caesars Louisiana Promo Code  Claim $1,500 risk-free bet

Notable LSU Tigers In Super Bowl LVI

Burrow isn’t the only former LSU Tiger that will be playing in Super Bowl LVI. Also on that 2019 National Championship team was WR Ja’Marr Chase. The Bengals drafted Chase No. 5 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, and his connection with Burrow has been spectacular this season. Over the course of the regular season, Chase hauled in 81 catches for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns. In Week 17 against the Chiefs, he set the NFL record for most receiving yards in a game by a rookie with 266. Bengals DT Tyler Shelvin is also a former LSU Tiger, as well as TE Thaddeus Moss, although he is on IR.

The Rams also have some LSU representation in Super Bowl LVI. Los Angeles has a pair of impact players in OT Andrew Whitworth and WR Odell Beckham Jr that spent their college days in Baton Rouge. Whitworth won the BCS National Championship with LSU in 2003, and Beckham was one of the most electrifying college WR’s in recent memory.

A former Tiger has been on the roster for 44 of the 56 Super Bowls, including 21 straight. A total of 44 former Tigers have become Super Bowl Champions. With representatives on both sides, that number will increase no matter who wins Super Bowl LVI.

Photo courtesy of Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire

About the Author

Connor Grootenhuis

Connor Grootenhuis is a Content Manager and sportswriter covering all things sports betting. Based in the Bayou State of Louisiana, he is a lifelong sports fan and a believer that every loss is a bad beat and every win is easy money.