From the coin toss to the potential for overtime, we’ve covered every aspect of Super Bowl 55 betting over the past two weeks. Whether you’re interested in prop bets, the point spread, or playing daily fantasy, our team of writers has examined every angle for gamblers ahead of today’s clash between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
We’ve put together this guide to help you find the Super Bowl betting content you’re looking for ahead of the big game. Take a look below for links to everything you need to know before tonight’s contest.
Just the Basics
If you just want to get up to speed on the basic odds and storylines surrounding Super Bowl 55, check out our game preview. Here are the game odds as of Sunday morning:
|Super Bowl 55 Odds (via FanDuel Sportsbook)|
|Kansas City Chiefs (-3): -110||Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3): -110|
|Kansas City Chiefs: -160||Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +138|
|Over 56.5: -105||Under 56.5: -115|
Super Bowl 55 Prop Bets
While the biggest money comes in on the traditional bets, the massive menus of propositions truly make Super Bowl betting special. There’s no limit to what you can bet on: even all the articles we’ve linked to here only scratch the surface of the most popular and interesting wagers available.
For instance, writer Johnny Kampis put together a comprehensive report on one of the most iconic Super Bowl props: betting on the opening coin toss. We’ve also extensively covered the battle for the Super Bowl MVP award, which largely centers on a contest between superstar quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady.
If you’re looking for even more prop bets, here’s more of our coverage:
Daily Fantasy, Commercials, and More
Not everyone is interested in traditional sports betting. If you’re looking for daily fantasy advice for the Super Bowl, we’ve got you covered.
If you’re the type of person who tunes in just to watch the commercials, you might be in for a surprise this year, as many brands have backed out of splashing cash on these premium advertising spots:
Regardless of why you’re watching tonight, and whether you have millions on one of the teams or just a few bucks in a Super Bowl pool, we here at OG News hope you enjoy the game.