Super Bowl Prop Betting Guide: 2024 Best NFL Super Bowl Props

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Super Bowl Prop Bets

Super Bowl prop bets offer some of the most fun sports bets that can be found all year long. With Kentucky sports betting legalized this past March, Super Bowl LVIII will be the first opportunity for NFL fans in Kentucky to bet on the big game.

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Fun Super Bowl Prop Bets

There is no shortage of fun Super Bowl prop bets available for NFL fans. Exotic, fun props available range from the length of the National Anthem to the color of the winning team's Gatorade bath for their head coach. Here's a look at some of these Super Bowl prop bets and their results from 2023: 

⏳ National Anthem Length2 Mins, 1 Sec
πŸ“ˆ Coin Toss WinnerChiefs
β˜‘οΈ Opening Kickoff Touchback?Yes
🎡 Halftime Show PerformerRihanna
🟣 Gatorade Shower & Color?Yes (Purple)
πŸ‘€ How Many TV Ads?48
πŸƒ First Offensive Play?Run (Miles Sanders)
🏈 First Scoring Play?Eagles (Jalen Hurts Rushing TD)
2️⃣ 2-Point Conversion?Yes (Jalen Hurts Rush)
πŸ™Œ Goal Line TD?Yes (Jalen Hurts, Isiah Pacheco)
🚫 Onside Kick?No
⚑️ Defensive TD?Yes (Nick Bolton)
⛔️ Special Teams TD?No
πŸ”₯ Highest Scoring QuarterFourth Quarter
βœ… Last Updated:April 22, 2024

Below, I will break down some of the most fun Super Bowl bet options that can upgrade your watching experience during the big game.

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National Anthem Odds

One of the most popular Super Bowl bets is the length of time it will take the performer to sing the National Anthem. Will the performer go over or under the projected time that is set by oddsmakers? 

Different sportsbooks will set different over/unders, so it is important to compare times and odds before placing a bet. Last season, country star Chris Stapleton went under his set over/under of 2 minutes and 5 seconds when he sang the National Anthem in 2 minutes and 1 second at Super Bowl LVII. 

Chris Stapleton Performs at Super Bowl LVII

The National Anthem singer has not yet been announced for the upcoming Super Bowl. The artist will be announced closer to the game and odds will be posted shortly after across all major sportsbooks.

One betting tip: Prior to placing a bet, research if that artist has sang the "Star Spangled Banner" at other sporting events and take note on how long it took them to finish at each event.

Others National Anthem wagers that you can bet on prior to Super Bowl 58 include:

  • βœ… Will a word be forgotten or omitted?: Bet "Yes" or "No" on if the singer of the National Anthem will forget or omit a word.
  • βœ… Will any scoring drive take less time than it took to sing the National Anthem?: Bet "Yes" or "No" if either team will score faster on any offensive drive than it took for the singer to sing the Star spangled banner. A scoring drive includes a drive that ends in a touchdown or field goal.
  • βœ… Which player or coach will be shown first during the National Anthem?: Pick which player or coach will be shown first on national television during the National Anthem. You will typically choose between two options.

Coin Toss Odds

Will the coin toss land on heads or tails? Yes, that is how simple it is. Now, picking the correct answer can seem like complete luck of the draw but getting a 50-50 chance of winning a bet might be the best odds you can find all night. 

Throughout Super Bowl history, the coin has landed tails more often than heads. The coin toss has resulted in tails 30 times (including last season's Super Bowl) and heads 27 times in Super Bowl history. However, the coin has landed on heads nine of the last 15 Super Bowls, including four of the last six.

Other Coin Toss Wagers that you can bet on prior to Super Bowl LVIII include:

  • βœ… Coin Toss winner: Pick which Super Bowl team will win the coin toss.
  • βœ… Player to correctly call opening coin toss: Bet "Yes" or "No" if the player calling "heads" or "tails" will be correct. The NFC team's captains will call the coin toss in Super Bowl 58.
  • βœ… Will the same team win the coin toss & the Super Bowl?: Bet "Yes" or "No" to this question. Last season, the Kansas City Chiefs won both the coin toss and game in Super Bowl LVII, snapping an 8-year streak that the coin toss winner in the Super Bowl ended up losing the game.

Opening Kickoff Touchback Odds

Will there be a touchback on the opening kickoff? Bettors will simply choose "yes" or "no" to this question. 

A touchback is when the ball is kicked over the goal line (including out of the end zone), and the receiving team does not attempt to return the ball. The receiving team automatically gets the ball at the 25-yard line after a touchback on a kickoff.

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Halftime Show Odds

Super Bowl Halftime show wagers include predicting the performer, which songs will be performed, how many songs will be performed, predicting if there be a guest appearance, color of performer outfit, and more. 

Rihanna Performs at Super Bowl LVII

The halftime performer for Super Bowl 58 will likely not be announced for at least a couple of months. However, Miley Cyrus has the shortest odds at +300 to perform at Super Bowl LVIII in February 2024, according to FanDuel Sportsbook Canada.

Unfortunately, Super Bowl halftime bets are not available on legal sportsbooks in the United States. However, they can be found on regulated sportsbooks in Canada.

Gatorade Shower Odds & Gatorade Color Odds

It has become a part a Super Bowl tradition that the players on the winning team will pour a tub of Gatorade over the head of their head coach. However, there have been instances that the head coach avoided the Gatorade shower after winning the big game. 

The winning coach got a Gatorade shower in 19 of the previous 23 Super Bowl games dating back to the 2000 season. In no surprise, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was the winning head coach in three of those four Super Bowls that went without a Gatorade shower. While Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was the other head coach who lucked out and stayed dry after winning Super Bowl 47.

When you place a wager on the Gatorade color, you are predicting what color drink will be poured on the winning coach of Super Bowl 58. 

Last season, Kansas City Chiefs' players poured purple Gatorade on head coach Andy Reid after winning Super Bowl 57. Those that wagered on the color purple cashed out on decently long odds since purple Gatorade had been used in just two prior Super Bowls all time. 

The color orange has been seen the most, being used in five different Super Bowls. Blue Gatorade has been the most popular as of late, being used in three of the past five Super Bowls.

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Commercials

The one time people actually seem to enjoy commercials is during the Super Bowl. You can make the commercial breaks even more fun by placing prop bets on the Super Bowl ads. 

The most simple commercial prop bet you can wager on is the the over/under on the number of Super Bowl commercials that will be aired during the game. There will also be a variety of odds for "Which Commercial Will Appear First?" 

For these type of wagers, you will pick which companies' ad will play first during the Super Bowl. For example: Will you see a Budweiser or Bud Light commercial first? Coca-Cola or Pepsi commercial? Chevy or Ford truck commercial? 

Bovada and BetOnline are the most popular sportsbooks that you can find these type of bets leading up to the Super Bowl.

First Offensive Play Odds

Bettors have two options when placing a wager on the first offensive play: "pass" or "rush." If you put a wager on "pass" and the first offensive play of the game is a pass, you win the bet ... and vice versa if you choose "run."

Bettors who have placed a wager on "rush" for the first offensive play have won in four of the last five Super Bowls.

First Scoring Play Odds

Everyone loves a high-scoring football gameβ€”and the first score sets the tone. There are many different bets you can make surrounding the first scoring play in the Super Bowl:

  • 🏈 Which team will score first?: Choose which of the two teams will score first in the Super Bowl. A touchdown, field goal, or safety counts as a score.
  • 🏈 First score type: Bettors can predict how the first points be scored. Will the first points of the game come from a touchdown, field goal, or safety?
  • 🏈 First scoring play for Team X: Each team will have their own odds for their first scoring play of the game. You can place a wager on if the team will score a touchdown, field goal, or safety for their first scoring play. Typically touchdown has the shortest-odds for both teams, and safety will have the longest-odds.
  • 🏈 First TD scorer (player prop bet): Which player will score the first touchdown of the game? A touchdown only counts for the player that crosses the goal line, so betting on the quarterback to score first will only cash if they are the runner or receiver to score the TD.
  • 🏈 To Score First & Win: Predicting two outcomes in one wager: Who will score in the game first and who will win? If you believe it will be the same team, this could be a great bet option for you. The team that scored first has went on to win 37 of the 57 Super Bowls.

You can also bet on Score First & Lose if you believe the same team will score first and lose the game. The team that scored first has lost in three of the last four Super Bowls.

2 Point Conversion Odds

A two-point conversion is when a team that just scored a touchdown opts not to attempt an extra point but instead attempts to score two points by running a scrimmage play 2-yards from the goal line. There are two different wagers that bettors can place surrounding two-point conversions in the Super Bowl:

  • βœ… Will either team attempt a two-point conversion?: Simply answer "yes" or no" to this question. There was exactly one 2-point conversion attempt in each of the last two Super Bowls, but there were zero 2-point conversions attempts in the three prior Super Bowls.
  • βœ… Will there be a successful two-point conversion?: Answer "Yes" or "No." There has been just one successful two-point conversion over the last six Super Bowls.

TD of 1 or Fewer Yards Odds

You are simply predicting if either team will score a touchdown on a play from scrimmage that started on the 1-yard  line or closer. This wager might also be labeled as "goal-line touchdown" or "shortest touchdown." 

There has been a touchdown of 1 or fewer yards in nine of the last 11 Super Bowls, including each of the last four.

Onside Kick Odds

To wager on this prop bet, you will choose "yes" or "no" if there will be an onside kick attempt in the game. A team has not attempted an onside kick in any of the last six Super Bowls. A team has not successfully recovered an onside kick attempt since Super Bowl XLIV in the 2009 season. There have been just three successful onside kick attempts in a Super Bowl since 1991.

Defensive Touchdown Odds

Defense can also score touchdowns, and bettors can get in on the action. You can wager if there will be a defensive touchdown scored in the Super Bowl. A defensive touchdown includes interceptions returned for a touchdown or a fumble recovery returned for a touchdown. 

The Chiefs scored a defensive TD off a Jalen Hurts' fumble in Super Bowl 57, but there were zero defensive touchdowns in the prior five Super Bowls (2017-2021 seasons).

Special Teams Touchdown Odds

Special teams can score a touchdown on kickoff/punt returns, after blocking a punt or field goal attempt, or after a missed field goal attempt. 

Special teams touchdowns are very rare in the Super Bowl as of late. We haven't seen one since Super Bowl XLVIII (2013-14) when Seahawks' Percy Harvin had an 87-yard kickoff kickoff return TD against the Broncos.

Highest Scoring Quarter Odds

In which quarter will the most points be scored? You can place a wager on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th quarter to have the highest amount of points in the game. If the game goes into overtime, those points will count towards the 4th quarter. If multiple quarters score the exact same number of point, dead heat rules will apply to the payout. 

The most points have been scored in the 2nd or 4th quarter in each of the last nine Super Bowls.

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Over Under Super Bowl Props

The exotic, fun prop bets are a great way to get yourself more invested into the big game ... but if you are already a big NFL fan, you may want to also bet on the actual performance of the players and teams playing in the Super Bowl. Here are some of the over/under or total bets from Super Bowl LVII and their results:

🏈 Total Points73
🏈 Total Passing Touchdowns4 (Patrick Mahomes 3, Jalen Hurts 1)
🏈 Total Rushing Touchdowns5 (Hurts 3, Isiah Pacheco 1, Nick Bolton 1)
🏈 Total InterceptionsZero
🏈 Total Fumbles3 (Hurts 1, Miles Sanders 1, Creed Humphrey 1)
🏈 Total Takeaways1 (Bolton Fumble Recovery)
🏈 Total Punts4 (Chiefs 2, Eagles 2)
🏈 Win Margin3 Points
βœ… Last Updated:April 22, 2024

Below I will go through many over/under player and team prop bets that you can place a wager on before the big game.

Total Points

When betting on the total points over/under in the Super Bowl, you have to decide if the two teams will combine for more (bet the over) or fewer (bet the under) points than the point total set by oddsmakers. 

For example, if the point total is set at 50 points, and you bet the over, the two teams would have to combine for at least 51 total points by the end of the game. If you bet on the under on a 50 total point line, then the two teams final points at the end of the game would have to combine for fewer than 50 points.

Those who placed a wager on the over in Super Bowl 57 easily won their bet as the Chiefs and Eagles combined for 73 points. However, the under hit in the previous four Super Bowls prior to last season.

Total Passing Touchdowns

Oddsmakers will set an over/under for the number of total passing touchdowns that will be scored in the Super Bowl. You can then bet on the over or the under depending if you believe there will be more or fewer passing touchdowns than the number set. 

Over the last five Super Bowls, there have been an average of 3.0 passing touchdowns scored per game.

Total Rushing Touchdowns

Oddsmakers will set an over/under for the number of total rushing touchdowns that will be scored in the Super Bowl. You can then bet on the over or the under depending if you believe there will be more or fewer rushing touchdowns than the number set. 

Over the last five Super Bowls, there have been an average of 1.8 rushing touchdowns scored per game.

Total Interceptions

Oddsmakers will also set an over/under for the total number of interceptions thrown in the Super Bowl. If you believe there will be more interceptions thrown in the game than the over/under set, place a wager on the over. If you believe there will be fewer interception than the set over/under, place a wager on the under. 

Over the last five Super Bowls, there have been an average of 2.0 interceptions per game.

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Total Fumbles

To bet on the over/under for total fumbles, predict if there will be more or fewer total fumbles lost in the Super Bowl than the line set.

There has shockingly only been one single fumble lost over the last five Super Bowls. However, there have been 11 total fumbles over those five games, so teams have been getting very lucky recovering their own fumble all but one time.

Total Takeaways

To bet on the over/under for total takeaways, predict if there will be more or fewer combined interceptions plus fumbles lost than the line set by oddsmakers. Over the last five Super Bowls, there has been an average of 2.2 total takeaways per game.

Total Punts

Punting is arguably the most boring part of any football game ... so how do you make punts more exciting? Bet on them! 

Oddmakers will set an over/under for the total number of punts that will occur in the Super Bowl. Bettors can then decide if they think there will be more (bet on over) or fewer (bet on under) punts than the line offered. 

Over the last five Super Bowls, there has been an average of just 5.0 total punts per game.

Win Margin

Betting on the win margin is when you place a wager on a range of specific points that a team will win by. 

For example, prior to Super Bowl 57 bettors could wager that the Chiefs would beat the Eagles by 1-13 points. That means they needed to win by a margin within that range, and bettors would lose the bet even if the Chiefs won if it was by 14+ points. The Chiefs ended up beating the Eagles by three points in Super Bowl 57, so bettors on this specific wager would have won.

Team Super Bowl Props

Sportsbooks will release a plethora of team props prior to the Super Bowl. These can range from predicting the longest touchdown scored to predicting which team will punt first in the game. Here are some of the most popular team Super Bowl props from 2023 and their results:

πŸ† Super Bowl WinnerChiefs
πŸ† First Team to ScoreEagles (Jalen Hurts TD)
πŸ† Last Team to ScoreChiefs (Harrison Butker FG)
πŸ† Team to Score Longest TDEagles (45-Yard Pass)
πŸ† Team with Most SacksChiefs (2)
πŸ† Team with Most TakeawaysChiefs (1 Fumble Recovery)
πŸ† First Team to PuntEagles (First Quarter)
βœ… Last Updated:April 22, 2024

I will go through some of the more popular team Super Bowl props below.

Super Bowl Winner Odds

Which team will win the Super Bowl in the 2023 season? These odds are already available on all major sportsbetting apps. The Kansas City Chiefs currently have the shortest odds to win Super Bowl LVIII with +600 odds on FanDuel Sportsbook. 

Super Bowl odds will change throughout the season depending on team performances. As we get close to the Super Bow, odds will shorten for the top contending teams.

Team To Score First Odds

To place a wager on this particular bet, predict which of the two teams will score first in the Super Bowl. A touchdown, field goal or safety all count as a score. 

The team representing the NFC has scored first in three of the last four Super Bowls

Team To Score Last Odds

On the flip side, you can also place a wager on which team will be the last to score in the Super Bowl. In each of the last five Super Bowls, the winning team has been the last one to score.

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Team To Score Longest Touchdown Odds

Predict which team will have the most yards on a touchdown scored in the Super Bowl. All touchdowns count toward the longest TD prop, including kick/punt returns and defensive touchdowns. This was a tough bet to make prior to Super Bowl 57 as both the Chiefs and Eagles offense are very explosive. The Eagles ended up having the longest touchdown of the game on a 45-yard pass TD from Jalen Hurts to A.J. Brown.

You can also bet on the over/under for how many yards the longest touchdown will be in the Super Bowl. Over the last six Super Bowls, there has only been one touchdown of 50+ yards. Bengals Joe Burrow hit Tee Higgins for a 75-yard touchdown in Super Bowl LVI against the Rams.

Team To Record Most Sacks

Leading up to Super Bowl 58, bettors can wager on which team will record the most sacks in the game. 

The team that had the more regular season sacks had more sacks in each Super Bowl from 2019-2021 seasons. But that trend ended with the Eagles having ZERO sacks in Super Bowl 57 after leading the NFL with an insane 70 total sacks in the 2022 regular season.

Team To Record Most Takeaways

For this prop bet, you simply wager on which team's defense you believe will have the most takeaways in the Super Bowl. Surprisingly, in each of the last two Super Bowls the team that had fewer takeaways in the regular season ended up having more takeaways in the Super Bowl.

Team To Punt First

Anyway to make punts more fun is a win in my book. Betting on which team will punt first in the Super Bowl is one way to get in on some action surrounding the most boring part of the game and make it exciting!

Super Bowl Player Props

Player props are always a fun way to get more action in on the game. Leading up the Super Bowl 58, oddsmakers will set Super Bowl MVP odds as well as a variety of over/under lines for passing, rushing, receiving, and defensive player stats in the big game.

Patrick Mahomes & Roger Goodell

Super Bowl MVP Odds

Which player will be the most valuable player in Super Bowl 58? The quarterback of the winning team has won Super Bowl MVP 32 times, four times than any other position. The wide receiver position has the second-most Super Bowl MVPs with eight wins. 

A defender has won the award just 10 times in Super Bowl history. There has only been one player on a losing team to be awarded the Super Bowl MVP: Cowboys LB Chuck Howley in Super Bowl V.

Pass Completions

Leading up the Super Bowl 58, many sportsbooks will offer an over/under for the number of passing completions that each starting QB will have in the game. 

Prior to Super Bowl 57, Patrick Mahomes' over/under line was set at 25.5 pass completions, while Jalen Hurts' line was set at 20.5 pass completions. Mahomes hit the under as he completed just 21 passes, and Hurts hit the over as he completed 27 passes in Super Bowl LVII.

Jalen Hurts & Patrick Mahomes

Pass Attempts

Just like pass completions, there will also be over/under odds set for the number of pass attempts that each starting QB will have in the Super Bowl. 

Prior to Super Bowl 57, Patrick Mahomes' over/under line was set at 38.5 pass attempts, while Jalen Hurts' line was set at 31.5 pass attempts. Mahomes hit the under as he attempted just 27 passes, and Hurts hit the over as he attempted 38 passes in Super Bowl LVII.

Passing Yards

You can also wager if each quarterback will hit the over or under on the their passing yards line set by oddsmakers. 

Prior to Super Bowl 57, Patrick Mahomes' over/under line was set at 293.5 passing yards, while Jalen Hurts' line was set at 240.5 passing yards. Mahomes ended up with only 182 passing yards in the game, so those who bet on his under would have won. Hurts smashed his line, putting up 304 passing yards, so those who bet on his over would have on.

Passing Touchdowns

Oddsmakers will also set an over/under for the number of passing touchdowns that each starting quarterback will throw in the Super Bowl. 

Prior to Super Bowl 57, Patrick Mahomes' over/under line was set at 2.5 passing TDs, while Jalen Hurts' line was set at 1.5 passing TDs. Mahomes threw 3 TDs in the game, so those who bet on his over would have won. Hurts had 4 total TDs in the game, but only one came through the air, so those who bet on his under 1.5 passing TDs would have won. 

Over the last five Super Bowl, only four of the 10 starting QBs had more than one passing touchdown in the game.

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Rushing Yards

Oddsmakers will set over/under lines for specific players rushing yards in the Super Bowl. To place a wager, simply predict if the player will gain more (bet the over) or fewer (bet the under) rushing yards than the line listed. 

Only one player has hit 100 rushing yards over the last eight Super Bowls (Chiefs' RB Damien Williams in Super Bowl LIV vs. the 49ers).

Rushing Touchdowns

Oddsmakers will set over/under lines for specific players rushing touchdowns in the Super Bowl. To place a wager, simply predict if the player will score more (bet the over) or fewer (bet the under) rushing touchdown than the line listed. 

Only one player has had more than one rushing touchdown in a Super Bowl over the last five years: Jalen Hurts scored on the ground three times in in Super Bowl 57 against the Chiefs.

Sacks

Want to get in some betting action on both sides of the ball? Betting on the over/under on a player's sack total in the Super Bowl is a super fan way to get more excited about the defensive input in the big game. 

Over the last six years, three players have recorded 2.0+ sacks in a Super Bowl: Rams' Aaron Donald and Von Miller in Super Bowl LVI, and Patriots' Dont'a Hightower in Super Bowl LIII. No player has ever had more than 3.0 sacks in a single Super Bowl (individual sacks started being recorded since 1982).

Those who placed wagers on the under for Chiefs and Eagles player's sack totals were likely happy following Super Bowl 57. Despite the Eagles and Chiefs being the Top 2 teams in sacks in the NFL in the regular season, the two teams combined for a total of just two sacks (both by a Chiefs player). Pro Bowlers Chris Jones (Chiefs) and Haason Reddick (Eagles) had 0 sacks in Super Bowl 57, while Chiefs' Khalen Saunders and Leo Chenal were the only players with a single sack in the game.

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Field Goals

Kickers are football players too! A made or missed field goal could be the difference between their team winning the Lombardi Trophy or coming home empty handed. Below is a description of some of the different field goal prop bets that you can place a wager on leading up to Super Bowl 58:

Longest Field Goal

Leading up to the big game, bettors can wager on the over or under set by oddsmakers for the longest field goal made in Super Bowl 58. There have only been seven instances that a kicker made a field goal of over 48 yards in a Super Bowl. However, kickers seem to be getting stronger as three of those six such made field goals have come over the last five Super Bowls. 

The record for longest field goal made in a Super Bowl is held by Buffalo Bills' Steve Christie who hit a 54 yarder in Super Bowl XXVII.

Over/Under Field Goals Made

Each kicker will be given an over/under line for number of field goals they will make in the Super Bowl. Wager on the over if you believe the kicker will make more than the line listed, and vice versa. One kicker has hit 2+ field goals in each of the last five Super Bowls. Only four kickers have made 3 field goals in a single Super Bowl over the last 10 years. 

The record for most field goals made in a Super Bowl is 4 (held by 49ers Ray Wersching in Super Bowl XVI and Packers Don Chandler in Super Bowl II).

Will There be a Missed Field Goal or PAT?

Bet on "yes" or "no" if there will be a missed field or extra point by either team playing in the Super Bowl. There has been at least one missed field goal or extra point in five of the last 10 Super Bowls (50% of the time), including in last season's Super Bowl when Chiefs' Harrison Butker missed a 42-yard field goal attempt.

Will a Field Goal or PAT Hit the Uprights?

The outcome of the kickβ€”make or missβ€”does not matter with this prop bet. This prop bet is won or lost based on whether any kick during the Super Bowl hits one of the uprights on the goalpost (the crossbar does not count for this wager). We all love to giggle at a good "doink" (as long as its not by the kicker on your favorite team). 

However, the probability of a kicker not hitting one of one the uprights is much greater than them hitting one. Due to this, wagering "yes" for this bet is very high risk, high reward. While betting "no" is very low risk, low reward.

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Michelle Magdziuk is an editorial researcher and fantasy writer for the NFL Network. She also is a co-host for the BallBlast Fantasy Football Podcast and the Gold Diggers Podcast on the 49ers Gold Standard Network. Her wide-ranging NFL knowledge and background in fantasy football will give KY bettors the best information possible this season.

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