One index prop that always gives the books a huge liability is for either team to finish with two points, which pays 10,000-1 odds.
Nobody on the offensive side of Los Angeles is immune to criticism after their flop in Super Bowl LIII, a 13-3 loss to the Patriots that saw Tom Brady create more New England history and Goff utterly overmatched.
A report Sunday night indicated the Raiders unequivocally will play their 2019 home schedule in San Francisco, but a person familiar with the situation contacted by the Review-Journal dispelled any agreement as premature, citing two critical steps that have yet to be completed.
A late flurry of money poured in on the Rams and Patriots before Super Bowl LIII, including at least three $1 million-plus wagers, giving bookmakers reason to believe the total amount wagered in the state could eclipse last year’s record of $158.6 million.
Gladys Knight was all smiles as she blew kisses to everyone, and Chloe x Halle were almost speechless after their pregame performance at Super Bowl 53.
The New England Patriots danced beneath a confetti shower for the sixth time in 18 years as they prevailed 13-3 over the Los Angeles Rams in the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history.
David Siegel’s history with pro football fandom dates to the days of the AFL and the expansion Miami Dolphins. Siegel actually purchased the first four season tickets in the history of the franchise in in 1966.
Maroon 5 closed out its glitzy halftime show with frontman Adam Levine going shirtless for “Moves Like Jagger,” and a controversy-free performance was complete at Super Bowl LIII.
The Washington Post debuted its first Super Bowl commercial Sunday, highlighting the often-dangerous work journalists do.
The total opened at 27½, before quickly moving to 28 following the second lowest-scoring first half in Super Bowl history (the Steelers led the Vikings 2-0 at halftime of Super Bowl IX in 1975).