The Super Bowl is arguably the best gambling day of the year, and with so many different bets to choose from, it can be pretty tough to keep track of everything.
With that in mind, let's break down some key results from some of the most popular bets in Super Bowl LIV.
Who Won Super Bowl LIV MVP?
Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl LIV MVP thanks to his impressive performance. He led the Kansas City Chiefs to victory with 3 touchdowns (2 passing and 1 rushing) while throwing for 286 yards on 26-of-42-passing. Prior to kickoff, Mahomes was available at +110 odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Who Won Super Bowl LIV?
The Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV, defeating the San Francisco 49ers by a final score of, 31-20. The Chiefs led the battle in both total yards and passing yards, while committing fewer penalties and tying the turnover battle. Damien Williams sealed the win with a 38-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
Who Covered the Spread in Super Bowl LIV?
The Chiefs both won the Super Bowl, and covered the 1.5-point spread with ease, having already cleared the spread when Williams scored the final TD.
What Was the Over/Under in Super Bowl LIV?
Right before kickoff, the over/under had settled at 52.5. With a combined score of 51 points, the total ended up falling just slightly under that mark.
Interestingly, as of Jan. 19, the total was a bit higher, at 53.5, suggesting the late money was coming in on the sharp side of the bet, driving the line down as kickoff approached.
Who Was the First Player to Score in Super Bowl LIV?
Patrick Mahomes was the first player to score in the Super Bowl. He was listed at +1900 prior to kickoff, so this netted quite the payout for anyone who bet on the Chiefs QB getting it done early with his legs.
How Long Did Demi Lovato Take to Sing the National Anthem?
Demi Lovato took 1 minute and 50 seconds to sing the national anthem. Given that the over/under was generally set at about two minutes, Lovato ended up clearing the under easily.
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