The top-seeded San Francisco 49ers will take on the No. 3 Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 58, airing on CBS and Paramount+. Sunday's game will be the fourth Super Bowl featuring a No. 1 and No. 3 seed, and the three-seeds hold a 2-1 edge. Chiefs vs. 49ers will also be the eighth rematch in Super Bowl history, and the winner of the first game, Kansas City, is 5-2 all-time in the second meeting. You can stream the Super Bowl on Paramount+, which you can now try free for the first seven days when you sign up here.

Kickoff from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas is 6:30 p.m. ET. San Francisco is a 2-point favorite in the latest 49ers vs. Chiefs odds from the SportsLine Consensus, and the over/under for total points scored is 47.5. Sunday's matchup can be seen live on CBS and streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Paramount+ with SHOWTIME plan, which you can now try free for the first week.

Paramount+ is the only place to watch every minute of every NFL on CBS game this season and is also the home of the 2024 Super Bowl. A subscription also gives you access to other sports content including the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, NWSL, Serie A, and countless movies and shows. You can get your first seven days free, so sign up right here.

How to watch 49ers vs. Chiefs

  • Chiefs vs. 49ers date: Sunday, Feb. 11
  • Chiefs vs. 49ers time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Chiefs vs. 49ers TV channel: CBS 
  • Chiefs vs. 49ers streaming: Paramount+ (try free for seven days)

What's new on Paramount+

Super Bowl 58 is just one of many notable broadcasts taking place on Paramount+ in February since it coincides with several series and season premieres. Available now on Paramount+ is Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning starring Tom Cruise in the seventh installment of the Mission Impossible series. Season Two of Halo premieres with the first two episodes available on Thursday, Feb. 8.

Come Sunday, the 2024 Super Bowl won't be the only broadcast to hit the airwaves on Paramount+ as Tracker makes its series premiere following the conclusion of Chiefs vs. 49ers. Sports fans can then shift their focus to the pitch as the UEFA Champions League resumes play with the Round of 16 starting on Tuesday, Feb. 13, as Manchester City takes on FC Copenhagen and Real Madrid faces RB Leipzig. Sign up for a free Paramount+ trial here.

Super Bowl 58 picks for 49ers vs. Chiefs

Before tuning into Sunday's Chiefs vs. 49ers game, you need to see what SportsLine expert Larry Hartstein has to say, considering his mastery of picks involving Kansas City. A former lead writer for Covers and The Linemakers, Hartstein combines a vast network of Vegas sources with an analytical approach he honed working for Pro Football Focus. He tied for 52nd place (out of 1,598 entries) in the 2022 Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest, going 53-34-3 ATS. Those selections form the basis of his weekly SportsLine NFL best bets, which are 195-147-2 over his last 344 picks (+1877).

Most importantly, Hartstein has a read on the pulse of the Chiefs. He is 32-21 (+855) on his last 53 against the spread picks in games involving Kansas City. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

For 49ers vs. Chiefs, Hartstein is backing Kansas City to cover the spread. Patrick Mahomes relishes this role as the underdog, and his numbers back it up. In 10 career games played outside Kansas City as an underdog, Mahomes is undefeated versus the spread, going 9-0-1. That includes eight straight outright wins, and in three career postseason games as an underdog, Mahomes is 3-0 straight-up with six touchdowns and no interceptions.

On the other hand, the dominance that San Fran displayed during the regular season, which allowed it to nab the NFC's top seed, hasn't appeared in the postseason. The team has led for just 27 minutes, 30 seconds in the playoffs, which is the fewest by any team entering the Super Bowl this millennium. By comparison, KC has led for over 2 hours across three playoff games.

While neither team has a rest advantage coming off the bye week, Andy Reid's Hall of Fame resume could include his post-bye success. He's 30-7 SU after a bye, regular and postseason, and that's the best record amongst any head coach since 1990 (min. 20 games). You can stream the game here.

How to watch, live stream the NFL on CBS

Now that you know what to pick, get ready to watch your live local NFL on CBS games on Paramount+ on any device you want. Don't forget you can now try Paramount+ free for the first week and stream the 2024 Super Bowl.