An all-time Super Bowl prop loss and some brutal changes of fortune in basketball make up our first weekly compilation of games bettors want to forget.
Fans streamed into downtown Kansas City by the thousands early Wednesday for the parade and rally to celebrate the Chiefs’ first Super Bowl championship in 50 years.
The $18.8 million won by the books is their second-largest Super Bowl win, behind the $19.7 million (16.5 percent) win on Seattle’s 43-8 upset of Denver in 2014.
The Patriots remain the favorites to keep their six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback in New England. But if Brady leaves, the Raiders are now the favorites to sign him.
“Everybody cashing Super Bowl tickets now will bet something on their way out,” Westgate vice president of risk Ed Salmons said. “We’ve taken bets on literally every team.”
Football fans gathered throughout the Las Vegas Valley Sunday to watch the NFL’s biggest game of the season.
A botched desperation lateral would’ve given bettors a miracle over. But the game stayed under when a deep pass by Jimmy Garoppolo was intercepted.
Choking in sports means you’re in position to win, which Shanahan and his San Francisco 49ers were before allowing it to slip away in a 31-20 loss to Kansas City.
Coach Any Reid was especially excited about Williams’ effort on the 38-yard run that provided the final points in the Chiefs’ 31-20 victory over the 49ers
Andy Reid got his elusive Super Bowl title after 21 years of trying.