And yet, oddsmakers like the Kansas City Chiefs to repeat as champions at the conclusion of Super Bowl LV. Because as good of a road win as the Bucs had in Green Bay, thanks to the ineptitude of the Packers down the stretch, the 43-year-old Brady showed flaws in the victory. The previous 25-1 odds at PointsBet are now up to 20-1, putting the Pats as the seventh-most likely champions. Below you’ll find updated Super Bowl odds for all 32 teams as of Sunday night. The Kansas City Chiefs remain the favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions at 5-1 odds, followed by the Baltimore Ravens at 6-1.
Personally, I’m a football fan. I don’t care for the commercials or the halftime performances. I care about the game in hand. But we have to remember that not everyone in this world is as diehard of a football. Many people will be paying attention to other portions of the big day, including the coin flip, Gatorade colors, half-time performances, and so much more. If you’re with a family member that isn’t a football fan and want to introduce them to betting, there’s no better way to get them excited than with some of the craziest props listed on some of these sites.
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Primary Color in Miley Cyrus’ hair in her tailgate show Blonde/White -125, Brown +125, Red +300, Purple +500
Unless you have insider info, I’d question anyone who actually bet this. Cyrus will headline NFL TikTok at Super Bowl LV on February 7 at around 2:30 p.m. EST. This is going to be in a location with 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers, but you can tune in for the two hours of content on the CBS Super Bowl LV Pregame Show.
Speculating, she just posted a picture on Instagram with blonde hair. What are the chances she changes it up before the big event? I would say minimal. It’s an odd one, but if her hair is already blonde, that would be the best bet there.
Will Tony Romo correctly predict an offensive play? Yes -130, No -110
Since Tony Romo hung it up and became a sports analyst and broadcaster, everyone has raved about his knowledge for the game. He’s an expert at quarterback and could easily be a coach but instead likes the duties of calling the game upstairs in a box for fans around the world.
People have been impressed the most with Romo being able to call plays correctly before they happen. He’s done this multiple times in different games. He’ll only need to call one play correctly. I’m not sure on the rules and regulations on this prop, but Romo should be able to easily call a kneel happening late in the game. Either way, if Romo was playing, I wouldn't put my money on him. But in the box, I surely would.
Will LeBron be said during the broadcast? Yes +550, No -1000
With Tom Brady playing in his 10th Super Bowl, there’s reason to believe LeBron James will be mentioned. James has become the GOAT of the NBA, while Brady is surely the GOAT of the NFL. We’ve seen comparisons all over Twitter and on ESPN, Fox and CBS Sports shows. It’s stupid to compare the two. We should just enjoy them while we have them. However, the reality is, James will likely be mentioned in a segment with Brady. Free bingo today. The media just knows how to press people’s buttons.
At +550 odds, I think this could be a steal.
Will the Weeknd be seen with sunglasses on face? Yes -140, No +100
The Weeknd will be performing for the halftime show this year. If you search photos of him online, you’ll see him wearing sunglasses in literally every single one of the top photos. But when you search The Weeknd performing outside, he never has sunglasses on. Sure, the game is in Tampa Bay, but by the time he starts singing, it’ll be dark outside. The only reason he would wear the glasses is for his hit Blinding Light, but it doesn’t mean he’s going to wear them. I’d take that + money and hope he forgets to put them on when he’s on stage.
Player to pour liquid on winning coach. Defensive -150, Offensive +150, Both +200
Ever hear of winning formation? The winning team will likely take a knee, meaning the defensive players will be on the bench looking for Gatorade to pour on the winning coach. Sure, we might see a bench player on offense chime in. However, mostly, it’ll be two defensive buddies getting ready while the offense kneels for victory.
A defensive player would be the way to go here.
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The Super Bowl is now just nine days away. This is expected to be a very good Super Bowl as far as ratings are concerned. Even though the ratings for the NFL have been a little off in the wake of Covid and Social Justice Warriors, the big game is expected to draw a lot more people back in.
That is because you have a great story line and the game is featuring two teams that people don’t really hate (yet). You have the QB that dominated the past 20 years vs the QB that is expected to dominate the next 20. Will Patrick Mahomes live up to Tom Brady’s level of play? That’s a tough call. But he can help his cause by winning his second Super Bowl and beating TB12.
We have posted the Super Bowl point spread and totals as well as the general props that are being offered for Super Bowl 55. In this article we are listing the MVP odds.
Picks: The obvious pick is Patrick Mahomes. The KC QB is playing lights out and is the defending champion and reigning MVP. If the Bucs pull off the upset, then Tom Brady will be expected to get the MVP nod. But if you want more of a longshot (with a better payout) take WR Mike Evans at +2800. The WR really felt down after dropping several key passes last week against Green Bay. He is going to be laser focused for this game.
Super Bowl 55 MVP Odds
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Super Bowl Prop Odds List
|Patrick Mahomes (KC)||-125|
|Tom Brady (TB)||+225|
|Travis Kelce (KC)||+1000|
|Tyreek Hill (KC)||+1200|
|Mike Evans (TB)||+2800|
|Chris Godwin (TB)||+3300|
|Leonard Fournette (TB)||+3300|
|Antonio Brown (TB)||+5000|
|Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC)||+5000|
|Mecole Hardman (KC)||+5000|
|Shaquil Barrett (TB)||+5000|
|Tyrann Mathieu (KC)||+5000|
|Darrel Williams (KC)||+6000|
|Devin White (TB)||+6600|
|Jason Pierre-Paul (TB)||+6600|
|Rob Gronkowski (TB)||+6600|
|Ronald Jones II (TB)||+6600|
|Byron Pringle (KC)||+10000|
|Cameron Brate (TB)||+10000|
|Chris Jones (KC)||+10000|
|Daniel Sorenson (KC)||+10000|
|Demarcus Robinson (KC)||+10000|
|Frank Clark (KC)||+10000|
|Jordan Whitehead (TB)||+10000|
|Juan Thornhill (KC)||+10000|
|Lavonte David (TB)||+10000|
|Scotty Miller (TB)||+10000|
|Sean Murphy-Bunting (TB)||+10000|
|Tyler Johnson (TB)||+10000|
|Vita Vea (TB)||+10000|
|Willie Gay (KC)||+10000|
|Harrison Butker (KC)||+15000|
|Le'Veon Bell (KC)||+15000|
|Ryan Succop (TB)||+15000|