Kansas City is not only favored to win Super Bowl LV over Tampa Bay, but it’s also the clear 5-1 favorite at Las Vegas sportsbooks to win Super Bowl LVI next year.
Todd Dewey covers sports betting for the Review-Journal. Prior to taking over that beat in January 2017, he covered UNLV football, 51s baseball and a wide range of other events that come to Las Vegas. A native of Cambridge, Mass., and a graduate of the University of Central Florida, Dewey joined the Review-Journal in 1999 and was the 2013 Nevada Sportswriter of the Year.
Kicking is for losers. That’s a favorite saying of Westgate sportsbook director John Murray, and it was never more true than on the NFL’s conference championship Sunday.
Conor McGregor is a -295 favorite at Circa, and the total is 2½ rounds (under -185). The former UFC champion defeated Dustin Poirier via first-round TKO in 2014.
Based on numbers, Tom Brady wins 2020 and the debate against Bill Belichick over who won the “divorce.” But Las Vegas bookmakers and bettors were split in their opinions.
The odds at offshore sportsbook BetOnline are against Joe Biden saying the word “Trump” during his inaugural address. No is a -500 favorite. Yes is a +300 underdog.
President Donald Trump was acquitted in his first Senate impeachment trial in February 2020. The betting odds also favor Trump getting acquitted in his second impeachment trial.
Tampa Bay is the largest Super Bowl liability at the BetMGM, William Hill, Westgate and South Point sportsbooks. BetMGM is pushing seven figures in liability in Nevada alone.
Kansas City is a 3-point home favorite over Buffalo in the AFC title game and Green Bay is -4 over Tampa Bay in the NFC championship game at Lambeau Field.
President Trump will reportedly leave the White House and fly on Air Force One on Wednesday morning to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
The Crimson Tide will lose quarterback Mac Jones, receiver DeVonta Smith and running back Najee Harris, but are the +180 favorites at the Westgate to win the 2022 title.
Vice President Mike Pence is the 5-2 favorite at BetOnline to be the Republican nominee for president in 2024, followed by former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley at 5-1.
New Orleans will try to top Tampa Bay for the third time this season on Sunday after rolling to routs of 34-23 and 38-3 in the regular season.