Some bets to make while waiting for Super Bowl Sunday
While all eyes are on the Super Bowl, you can find betting value in college basketball, NHL and next season's Major League Baseball.Former Kings player Jarret Stoll excels in his role of developing young players Four years after his playing career, Jarret Stoll stays connected as a Kings player development coach, an FS West analyst and an ambassador of the franchise. Wednesday, Jan. 29: Arizona-Ducks 1P Over 1.5 (both teams hitting 1P Over at 58% with Ducks also on a 9-1 1P Over run). Thursday, Jan. 30: Kings-Arizona 1P Over 1.5 (Kings hitting 60% 1P Overs with Coyotes at 58.82%). Friday, Jan. 31: Carolina-Las Vegas 1P Over 1.5 (both around 59% on 1P Overs); Blues-Oilers 1P Over 1.5 (Oilers a league-best 67.35% with Blues at 55%). Takes on MLB If you’re looking for future bets, MLB Over/Under season win totals came out last week on BetMGM and elsewhere in the midst of the sign-stealing scandal . There are thoughts on those wagers (assuming we’ve seen the last of the suspensions/penalties, which is why we aren’t touching the Red Sox): Houston Over 94.5 wins: A lot of people are expecting the Astros’ success to drop after the scandal and the Over/Under season win total opened 97 at Caesars but is now down to 95 there while it’s 94.5 at the Westgate SuperBook. However, there’s a lot to be said for the motivation of a talented team that feels the whole world is saying they succeeded because of cheating (see post-InflateGate New England). I’m waiting to see if it goes any lower, but either way bet the Over. Read more: Los Angeles Times
36 Dips, Guacamoles, and Salsas to Make for Super Bowl SundayFrom pimento cheese dip to charred salsa verde, it's hard to pick just a few from this list. Might we suggest a Super Bowl spread of all 36?
Companies buy first-ever Super Bowl ads, hope to gain attention in streaming eraThe Super Bowl is one of the last events left on TV for companies to grab a live audience in this era of video streaming. Some companies are buying their first-ever Super Bowl ads, paying millions to get that 30-second spot 'taking a knee' or other sociopolitical issues didn't kill the NFL. incompetent and blatantly rigged officiating did. Will not be watching again this year. So excited for Super Bowl LIV The more it cost the better it is.. and that's the bottom line
Nut lovers everywhere mourn the death of Mr. Peanut in Super Bowl adMr. Peanut, the aristocratic peanut who sold other peanuts, dies in Super Bowl ad marketing stunt. I can't believe they filmed his death! People these days, makes me sick!! Jet fuel can't melt peanuts!.. Maybe roast them..still.. 🤔😉 RIPMrPeanut I learned last week that women have nuts and men have periods on NBC.
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Planters Announces Mr. Peanut Has Died at Age 104 Ahead of Super BowlPlanters has shared the heartbreaking news of Mr. Peanut's death. Read their statement on his passing, here. What about a replacement? Really?
Planters kills off Mr. Peanut for a Super Bowl ad, and people are thrilledHe is in hell. what? why? :(