It’s felt like a long two weeks since Championship Sunday, but The Big Game is almost here. The New England Patriots have sat as -2.5 point favorites all week, though we could see some uptick in action as we approach game time. Scully was on New England’s side when this line broke last week. Has he changed his mind?

Check out Scully as he breaks down The Big Game below in his own two-minute drill (2:18 watch):

This is most certainly going to be one of the most exciting Super Bowls in recent memory, with the young, up-and-coming Los Angeles Rams engaging in all out football warfare with the greatest dynasty this sport has ever known. Tom Brady is currently getting -125 to win the MVP (+100 if he doesn’t) while Jared Goff is receiving -265 odds to win the MVP (+200 if he doesn’t). This is still a quarterback’s league, and whichever pivot gets off to a better start is going to put their team in a better position to win the 2019 Championship. As we all know, Brady’s been there many, may times before. This is the first time to the the Big Game for almost all of the Rams except for CJ Anderson, Sam Shields, Brandin Cooks and Aqib Talib. Yes, the last two are former Patriots (Cooks was on the team last year when they lost to Philadelphia). Will experience be the deciding factor, or will both teams be able to slam the gas pedal right out of the gates? It’s time for you to decide and put your money where your mouth is.


Super Bowl LIII – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

New England Patriots (11-5) vs. Los Angeles Rams (13-3)
Sunday, February 3rd – Atlanta, Georgia – 6:30pm ET
Odds: NE -2.5 (56.0)


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