Who are the favorites to win the Super Bowl?
That’d be the Kansas City Chiefs, again. As things stand, the Chiefs lead the AFC and look in good shape to return to the AFC Championship game for the fifth straight year.
In the NFC, Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers are the two strong fancies to join the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. The Eagles have previous plus an incredibly strong all-round unit, while the 49ers possess some of the most explosive players in the game. Particularly the man who can do it all, Christian McCaffrey.
Let’s see how it plays out.
Who won the Super Bowl last year?
Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs returned to the big dance under the wisdom of Andy Reid and the wizardry of Patrick Mahomes, taking on the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium, Arizona.
The Chiefs came out on top 38-35 in an instant classic, overturning a 24-14 half-time deficit. Harrison Butker kicked the winning field goal and Patrick Mahomes was awarded MVP in the third-highest scoring Super Bowl of all time.
Oh, and Rihanna performed the halftime show. This one won’t be forgotten in a hurry.
Who’s performing the Pepsi Half-Time Show?
Usher, Usher. Yeah, it’s the R&B superstar who has delivered more hits than Aaron Donald.
It was in 1997 when Usher really arrived on the music scene, which means a monster back catalog spanning four different decades. The 45-year-old has held Las Vegas residencies too over the past few years, so he’ll feel right at home in the desert.
The Pepsi Half-Time Show is fizzing with betting opportunities too, so have some fun with it! Most Sportsbooks will offer a wide range of bets on the Half-Time Show. How many songs will Usher perform, which special guests will make an appearance and of course, the first and last track.
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