Tagged: Super Bowl LV (7 Results)
Andy Richardson: A Day of Football
Those of us who grew up in the 80s might have been having ugly flashbacks last night. We've been lucky over the last two decades, with mostly close Super Bowls. For two decades before that, most were one-sided laughers. That's what we got last night, in a game I was pretty wrong about. more »
Andy Richardson: Super Bowl Prop Bets
It probably doesn't need to be said that a large part of watching the Super Bowl involves friendly wagering. Pretty much everyone is in some square pool to support the local cheerleaders or baseball team. (Including me; I'm rooting for the number 8, which basically means I threw my money away.) And there are lots and lots of prop bets, too. more »
Ask the Experts: What will happen in Super Bowl LV?
ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: What will happen in Super Bowl LV? more »
Fantasy Index Weekly: Super Bowl LV Player Rankings
We previewed each of the two Super Bowl teams the last two days. Now to blend those projections together and look at the individual player rankings. In what figures to be a fairly close, hard-fought Super Bowl with plenty of offense, there's not a huge amount of separation with the top players from each side. more »
Fantasy Index Weekly: Super Bowl Preview: Tampa Bay
If there’s an underrated component to either of these Super Bowl teams, it might be Kansas City’s defense. During the season it was average in yards allowed (16th) and better than average in points (11th). Setting aside the meaningless Week 17 game, Kansas City allowed 2.5 touchdowns per game (the league-average was nearly 2.8). This isn't a great defense, but it's better than you might think. more »
Fantasy Index Weekly: Super Bowl Preview: Kansas City
Overview: In Week 12, Kansas City won 27-24 in Tampa Bay. The score suggests it was anybody's game, but worth noting that Kansas City led 27-10 in the third quarter -- the game was a laugher until the Bucs scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, forcing Kansas City to pick up a late first down to run out the clock. Still, Kansas City opened as only a 3.5-point favorite, and the line has moved to 3 in most places. The betting public, at least, anticipates a close game. more »
Ask the Experts: Who will meet in Super Bowl LV?
ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Who will meet in Super Bowl LV? more »
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