Hall of Fame New Jersey sports writer Jerry Izenberg, 89, will end his streak and watch the big game from a sportsbook in Henderson on Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers held their final practices Friday and appear completely healthy for Sunday’s Super Bowl in Miami.
The 49ers have the better defensive team, especially up front, and a much better running game, which should allow them to control the clock in the fourth quarter.
Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall, editor of The Gold Sheet (goldsheet.com), ranks the Super Bowls from worst to first.
The Las Vegas Raiders know that getting to the top of the AFC West means overcoming Kansas City and its electric quarterback.
Pro football’s biggest game has produced thrills, spills and other incidents that almost seem too strange to be believed.
The over/under for Sunday’s title game between the Chiefs and 49ers moved down at a few Las Vegas sportsbooks, and no 55s were available Friday.
Hank “The Hammer” Goldberg likes San Francisco to cover as a 1-point underdog to Kansas City and expects the game to go under the total of 54½.
The 17-year veteran pass rusher, a late-season addition to the Chiefs, finds himelf back in the Super Bowl at the twighlight of his career
49ers will follow Giants’ defensive game plan to slow Chiefs and Pat Mahomes and win the Super Bowl.