All signs regarding Ben Roethlisberger are good at this point, and the Steelers are hopeful for a complete recovery as the quarterback continues rehabbing his elbow and meeting with doctors in Pittsburgh and Los Angeles, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said Thursday.
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All eyes were on Jennifer Lopez on Sunday as she and Shakira took the field at the center of the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami for the Super Bowl halftime show. It was a triumphant return for Lopez after her Oscar snub, as she proved her vocal and dance talent performing songs from her 21-year-long music career. She showed her range, exploding with Bronx charm as she opened with “Jenny from the Block,” commanding the stage in a perfectly choreographed rendition of “Get Right,” joining Shakira in a salsa number and welcoming her daughter on centerfield for a duet of “Let’s Get Loud” and “Born in the USA”—while donning a cape with both the Puerto Rican and American flags. At other points J Balvin and Bad Bunny took the stage, continuing the celebration of Latinx musicians.
The Lombardi Trophy is up for grabs Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium as the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs battle the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. Not only is the title on the line for whoever is victorious in Miami Gardens, Florida, both the Chiefs and 49ers have the opportunity to make history with a victory in this Super Bowl. San Francisco can tie New England and Pittsburgh with an NFL-record six Super Bowl titles if it wins. Kansas City hasn’t been to the Big Game in 50 years since it won Super Bowl IV in 1969.
Andy Reid has a chance to almost assuredly lock up a future Hall of Fame induction with a victory, while his quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, leads the league’s most explosive offense. Will the 49ers’ dominant defense be able to contain or even eliminate Mahomes & Co? It’ll truly be a battle of opposing strengths with KC entering as a 1.5-point favorite. Check out the latest Super Bowl odds at SportsLine with a look at who will win the game from their projection model and winning experts. You can also take a look at Chiefs-49ers picks from our CBS Sports analysts.
Kansas City’s high-powered offense will battle San Francisco’s stout defense when the Chiefs (14-4) face the 49ers (15-3) in the 2020 Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2 in Miami. The Chiefs are in the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years behind an offense loaded with weapons and led by 2018 league MVP Patrick Mahomes at quarterback. San Francisco has been dominant on both sides of the line of scrimmage, and the defense was the league’s stingiest against the pass.
Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium. Kansas City is a one-point favorite in the latest 49ers vs. Chiefs odds, and the over-under for total points scored is 54. Before locking in any Chiefs vs. 49ers picks, be sure to see the 2020 Super Bowl predictions from SportsLine’s Mike Tierney.
The veteran sportswriter, whose work has appeared in The New York Times and Los Angeles Times, has covered football of all levels for decades. And that expertise has been evident since he joined SportsLine in 2016.
He has been SportsLine’s top NFL handicapper, went 63-46 against the spread last season, and enters the Super Bowl 2020 on a 63-36 run that’s returned $2,341 to $100 players. Tierney also has had a sharp eye for both clubs, posting a stunning record of 13-5 on his last 18 NFL picks against the spread involving the Chiefs or 49ers. Anyone who has followed him is way up.
Now, he has locked in on 49ers vs. Chiefs from every angle and released another confident point-spread selection. You can go to SportsLine to see it. Here are several NFL betting lines and trends for Chiefs vs. 49ers in the Super Bowl 2020:
The Chiefs will finally return to the Super Bowl, 50 years after beating the Minnesota Vikings for their only NFL championship. This time, they will be coached by Reid and quarterbacked by Mahomes after their 35-24 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game.
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