Here at BangTheBook.com, we like to consider ourselves your one-stop shop for sports betting news and information. Whether or not you believe that is up to you, but we are your one-stop shop for Super Bowl LIV coverage. That is for damn sure.
We have a ton of content for you to consider in advance of the big game. We have side and total picks and a statistical and analytical deep dive of the game and we also have props. So. Many. Props. But, you know what, there are a lot of betting opportunities for the Super Bowl and a lot of different ways to attack the game.
Rather than make you sort all over the place to find everything, we thought we would create a Super Bowl Hub. These are the links to all of the content that we have so far and we will update this as we add more closer to kickoff.
Without further adieu, here is our Super Bowl LIV landing page with all of our content:
Written very early in the process on January 20, which seems like an eternity ago, Adam Burke put together our general game preview for Super Bowl LIV.
As he has all season, Danny Vorgs did an unbelievable job putting together the most in-depth Super Bowl preview you are going to find. This really is an excellent read to say the least.
Charles Jay has made his pick and he wrote about it for us, outlining a list of reasons why the 49ers will win Super Bowl LIV.
Resident jack-of-all-trades handicapper Allen Moody put together his thoughts on the total for Super Bowl LIV and analyzed the action that we’ve seen on it so far.
Our resident NFL prop betting expert Andrew Howard has been on the money for us throughout the season and he shared his list of top prop betting picks for the big game.
The calm before the storm has been going on for more than a week in the lead-up to Super Bowl LIV, but Adam took a look at what we’ve seen so far and speculated about what we could see as the game draws nearer.
There are a lot of ways to attack the prop market. Adam also wrote up his thoughts on the best props for the game itself.
Brian Blessing Videos
We’ve gotten a lot of really good video content from Brian Blessing for Super Bowl LIV with the odds from Las Vegas and his own thoughts on the game.
Whoo, boy. We’ve got a lot of these. Charles Jay, Dave Essler, and then of course the player props stuff speckled throughout the above articles.
The last running back to win MVP was Terrell Davis back in Super Bowl 32. Can Raheem Mostert make history? Adam Burke looked at the chances of that happening.
Don’t forget about the “fun” props for the Super Bowl. There can also be some great betting value in these as well.
And, of course, host Adam Burke has talked extensively with our various guests about Super Bowl 54 and the accompanying props over the last two weeks on BangTheBook Radio.
Keep it tuned to BangTheBook.com throughout the weekend for more Super Bowl coverage.