Super Bowl LIV kicks off Sunday night in Miami. While it's not at all clear who'll win the game, one thing no one should be surprised about is if the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs combine to deliver an absolute classic to hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide. Led by rookie phenom Nick Bosa and veterans like Arik Armstead, the 49ers pass rush is the relentless mongoose, backed up by a snake charmer in a resurgent Richard Sherman. However, they'll be tasked with trying to slow down Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the 2018 NFL MVP, who leads a high-powered offense that can strike with the quickness of a fer-de-lance, and with equally as much venom.
Even the oddsmakers in Vegas are having a hard time sorting out who'll emerge victorious in Miami Gardens, but Super Bowl LIV opened nearly as close to a pick 'em as you can get without actually labeling it one, with the Chiefs carrying a razor's edge over the 49ers, per Westgate Superbook via SportsLine.. Following the conclusion of both conference championship games, the odds for
As the Big Game nears, we'll keep you updated on any changes in the odds and overall spread, so be sure to bookmark this article and check back frequently.
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Here's how things looked on Sunday evening following the conclusion of the AFC and NFC championship games:
Below, you can see how the odds have moved since the opening numbers. These are current as of Jan. 30, via SportsLine.
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