Every Super Bowl Winner & MVP From Past 52 Years!

Arnold Nichols
February 4, 2019

The bet between the pals was simple: the actor whose team lost the Super Bowl would visit a hospital designated by the victor while dressed as their Marvel character.

According to OddShark, New England is a 2.5-point favorite ahead of Sunday with most oddsmakers, having opened as one-point underdog after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game on January 20. Overall, this is the franchise's 11th Super Bowl appearance. This will be the third Super Bowl in a row for the Patriots (they lost past year to the Philadelphia Eagles, a big win for fans of underdog narratives), and many might be asking, how could anyone still pull for the Patriots to win? Or will the Los Angeles Rams stop the Patriots dynasty from another win?

The Rams, meanwhile, won it all back in 1999 but have not taken a title since. You can check out our CBSSports.com picks right here or head to the link below to see SportsLine's computer simulation.


I'm making the Over the better bet than either side.

Super Bowl LIII will be televised by CBS and streamed live right here. But while the Rams have attracted a bit more backing over the past nine days, they're still receiving only 27% of tickets and 29% of real money wagered on the spread as of Sunday morning (see live data here).

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