It’s almost here. The biggest football game in America and the biggest single day event at American Sportsbooks.
We’re still not over the Lions loss in the NFC Championship Game and I’m not sure any team is worth rooting for as a Detroit fan, but betting on the Super Bowl has become another American tradition.
No game has markets like the Super Bowl does. In addition to the regular point spreads, moneyline and game totals, there are special prop bets. You can bet the coin flip at FanDuel and Caesars, DraftKings has a full “For the Swifties” betting menu with each bet named for a famous Taylor Swift song.
But before you make a bet at a legal Michigan Sportsbook, here are some things you should know about the big game, the two teams in it and the history behind it.