The Super Bowl offers the brightest spotlight for NFL players. Sometimes that stage affords players the opportunity to raise their profile among other all-time greats. Other times it allows them to get handsomely paid. Here are three players with the most to gain from Super Bowl LIV.
Prop bets are always fun, but they're especially exciting when they involve the Super Bowl. You have your usual ones like who will win the MVP, what color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach, and how long the national anthem will be. However, our favorite is the First/Last/Anytime touchdown prop.
We're celebrating our expansion into Pennsylvania by teaming up with two of the Keystone State's finest sports blogs on a brand new NFL promotion! Join us weekly as Kyle Scott from Crossing Broad and Liam Jenkins from Philly Sports Network go head-to-head to pick the winner of every single playoff game from the Wild Card round all the way to Super Bowl LIV. We'll share their locks of the week and post their records as they compete for $1,000 and ultimate bragging rights.
The Pro Bowl offers a chance to watch some of the best in the league play one final time before the 2019 season comes to an end. It’s also one more opportunity to boost your bankroll before Super Bowl LIV.
For those planning to host a party for the occasion, BetAmerica has you covered on what to cook, how to decorate, and most importantly, how to bet on Super Bowl LIV, featuring the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
Super Bowl LIV features a classic style-meets-style match. From the AFC, we have the Kansas City Chiefs, whose pass-heavy offense features explosive weapons like Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Tyreek Hill. From the NFC, we have the San Francisco 49ers, who were second to only the Baltimore Ravens in rushing yards per game this season. Whose style will prevail?
The most-watched sporting event in the U.S. is set. The Kansas City Chiefs, absent from the main event for exactly 50 years, return in Super Bowl LIV to face the San Francisco 49ers, a team with five Super Bowl titles since the Chiefs last appeared.
Every week we sit down with BetAmerica Extra columnists Ashley Anderson, James Scully and Scott Shapiro to discuss the latest news from around the NFL. This week they weigh in on the 49ers defense, Raheem Mostert's emergence, and the Packers' Super Bowl window.
The NFL conference championships played out as expected. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs overwhelmed the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans, and the San Francisco 49ers handed the Green Bay Packers another lopsided defeat. Here are four takeaways from championship weekend as we await Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami.
The matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers is set, and the updated Super Bowl MVP odds are available. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes remains the favorite to be named Super Bowl MVP. Mahomes has been sensational in the playoffs, but he’s only narrowly favored over 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.