49ers-Chiefs Betting Cheat Sheet: Odds, Picks, More for Super Bowl 54
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The week we’ve been waiting all season for is finally here!
Consider this your one-stop shop for anything and everything about Super Bowl 54. Find comprehensive previews, our experts’ favorite picks and more predictions outlined below. Be sure to bookmark this page as we update throughout the week.
Odds as of Wednesday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
49ers at Chiefs Betting Odds & Preview
- Odds: Chiefs -1.5
- Moneyline: 49ers (+112) | Chiefs (-128)
- Over/Under: 54.5
- Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday
- TV Channel: FOX
Both teams have had nearly two weeks to get healthy. See the updated list of players who are on track to suit up for the big game.
From the moment Super Bowl lines were available, we’ve been tracking the biggest bets wagered at books across the country. See the updated bets and line moves from Darren Rovell.
Chris Raybon analyzed all of the advanced stats and recent trends to gives his early pick for the line based on the updated Super Bowl odds. Find out where he sees an edge.
Stuckey breaks down his entire Super Bow 54 betting card including his live betting strategy for Chiefs vs. 49ers. Check out his pre-game analysis.
We have arguably the NFL’s best offense going up against the NFL’s best defense. See how Sean Koerner is looking to find an edge on game day.
On Sunday we’ll see some of the best players in the NFL on the biggest stage. But how much are those players actually worth to the Super Bowl spread?
Waiting to bet on the potential Super Bowl 54 MVP winner? See how our staff ranked the odds of 16 Chiefs and 49ers players taking home the additional hardware.
Longshots MVP odds more your thing? We’ve detailed our favorite MVP picks with at least 30-1 odds.
Super Bowl Betting Trends
For the second straight year, the Super Bowl spread sits inside of a field goal. Danny Donahue discusses whether you should bet the spread or money in Super Bowl 54.
The Super Bowl takes place in sunny Miami, Florida, but windy weather could still be a factor. John Ewing explores how wind impacts scoring in NFL games.
The spotlight will be on both Kyle Shanahan and Andy Reid on Sunday night. So who should bettors trust more?
Turnovers kill drives and championship hopes, especially on the big stage. Ewing analyzes what losing the turnover battle means for spread bettors in the Super Bowl.
Bill Vinovich will lead the crew officiating Super Bowl 54. Here’s what our Bet Labs database tells us that means for the spread and over/under.
The Chiefs are know for their spectacular offense, but an improved defense bey key on Sunday. Stuckey analyzes the progression of K.C.’s defense.
Super Bowl Prop Bets
Looking for Super Bowl 54 props? Of course you are! We’ve outlined odds for all the major Chiefs-49ers player props courtesy of FanDuel.
It’s never too soon to jump on Super Bowl 54 props. Check our NFL experts’ analysis of the best prop bets on the board.
Sean Koerner isn’t just betting props for Super Bowl 54. He has created a downloadable player prop calculator for you to calculate the exact edge on more than 50 different props. You can check out his analysis here.
Will there be a safety? Will a team miss an extra point? Check out Jonathan Bales’ favorite Super Bowl 54 prop bets.
Matthew Freedman, our resident prop prophet, wasted no time betting on props since they’ve become available. He analyzes what player props and books have the best edges for Super Bowl 54.
Whether it’s in the final minutes of the game or after the clock hits zero, the Super Bowl isn’t complete without a Gatorade shower. See which potential color is generating buzz.
Evan Abrams has the history and odds of that enticing “safety scored” prop. So should you take the risk and bet that there will be a safety in Super Bowl 54?
Printable Prop Sheets
Super Bowl History
Wondering if any Super Bowl pushed the closing spread? Evan Abrams walks through the history of the big game through the prism of betting here. You can also check out every Super Bowl result against the spread here.
There have been 19 of 53 (35.8%) with a closing spread of -4 or smaller. The line has never actually come into play at the end of the game. Abrams explains why here.
In 1970, during the week of Super Bowl 4, Len Dawson was being investigated by the United States Justice Department for his role in an illegal gambling ring. Rovell looks back at the story that hung over the Chiefs’ quarterback 50 years ago.