Updated Super Bowl 57 odds after OTAs, minicamp

All 32 NFL teams have completed their offseason programs. Here are updated odds to win the Super Bowl.

The NFL has hit the dead part of the offseason as all teams have wrapped up their offseason programs. Workout programs, OTAs and mandatory minicamps are over and now teams have the next month off before training camps begin.

We last had a look at Super Bowl 57 futures odds back after the NFL draft.

How have things changed since then?

Below are the updated odds to win Super Bowl 57 following offseason work, along with what the odds were previously. The odds are from Tipico Sportsbook.

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Super Bowl coin toss outcomes since 1989

The anticipated act has played a significant part of Super Bowl and Ad Meter history.

Heads or tails?

Few elements of a football game have as dramatic an effect as the answer to that simple—yet extraordinarily profound—question. And the emphasis is only magnified on Super Bowl Sunday.

Though the lead-up productions can be quite extensive, the Super Bowl coin toss happens in mere seconds but creates a ton of excitement and sets up the action on the NFL’s biggest stage.

Gasp—it’s ours!

Sigh—it’s…theirs.

Since the first Super Bowl, the outcome has been nearly even. Heads has landed 27 times. Tails has been the winning call 29 times. And it’s been 100% riveting each time.

But the chance-based hoopla sets an important marker beyond what’s about to take place on the football field, too. Anyone familiar with the Super Bowl commercial rush of USA TODAY’s Ad Meter recognizes that the coin toss represents the opening act to the national block of commercials featured in the ratings. (From the coin toss to the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter!)

So, with that in mind, we’ve decided to take a look back at every coin toss since Ad Meter’s inaugural year in 1989. Who won the toss? Who won the game? Who took the Ad Meter crown?

All great questions. And here are the answers….

 

Super Bowl XXIII, 1989

Teams: San Fransisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Heads or Tails: Tails

Super Bowl Winner: 49ers

Ad Meter Winner: American Express

Super Bowl XXIV, 1990

Teams: Denver Broncos vs. San Fransisco 49ers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Broncos

Super Bowl Winner: 49ers

Ad Meter Winner: Nike

Super Bowl XXV, 1991

Teams: Buffalo Bills vs. New York Giants

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Bills

Super Bowl Winner: Giants

Ad Meter Winner: Diet Pepsi

Super Bowl XXVI, 1992

Teams: *Washington Redskins vs. Buffalo Bills

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Washington

Super Bowl Winner: Washington

Ad Meter Winner: Nike

Super Bowl XXVII, 1993

Teams: Buffalo Bills vs. Dallas Cowboys

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Bills

Super Bowl Winner: Cowboys

Ad Meter Winner: McDonald’s

Super Bowl XXVIII, 1994

Teams: Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Cowboys

Super Bowl Winner: Cowboys

Ad Meter Winner: Pepsi

Super Bowl XXIX, 1995

Teams: San Fransisco 49ers vs. *San Diego Chargers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: 49ers

Super Bowl Winner: 49ers

Ad Meter Winner: Pepsi

Super Bowl XXX, 1996

Teams: Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Cowboys

Super Bowl Winner: Cowboys

Ad Meter Winner: Pepsi

Super Bowl XXXI, 1997

Teams: New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Patriots

Super Bowl Winner: Packers

Ad Meter Winner: Pepsi

Super Bowl XXXII, 1998

Teams: Green Bay Packers vs. Denver Broncos

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner:Packers

Super Bowl Winner: Broncos

Ad Meter Winner: Pepsi

Super Bowl XXXIII, 1999

Teams: Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Falcons

Super Bowl Winner: Broncos

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XXXIV, 2000

Teams: *St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee Titans

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Rams

Super Bowl Winner: Rams

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XXXV, 2001

Teams: New York Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Giants

Super Bowl Winner: Ravens

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XXXVI, 2002

Teams: *St. Louis Rams vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Rams

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XXXVII, 2003

Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. *Oakland Raiders

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Bucs

Super Bowl Winner: Bucs

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2004

Teams: Carolina Panthers vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Panthers

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XXXIX, 2005

Teams: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Eagles

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XL, 2006

Teams: Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Seahawks

Super Bowl Winner: Steelers

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XLI, 2007

Teams: Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Bears

Super Bowl Winner: Colts

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XLII, 2008

Teams: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Giants

Super Bowl Winner: Giants

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XLIII, 2009

Teams: Arizona Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Cardinals

Super Bowl Winner: Steelers

Ad Meter Winner: Doritos

Super Bowl XLIV, 2010

Teams: New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Saints

Super Bowl Winner: Saints

Ad Meter Winner: Snickers

Super Bowl XLV, 2011

Teams: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Packers

Super Bowl Winner: Packers

Ad Meter Winner: Bud Light

Super Bowl XLVI, 2012

Teams: New England Patriots vs. New York Giants

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Patriots

Super Bowl Winner: Giants

Ad Meter Winner: Doritos

Super Bowl XLVII, 2013

Teams: Baltimore Ravens vs. San Fransisco 49ers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Ravens

Super Bowl Winner: Ravens

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XLVIII, 2014

Teams: Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Seahawks

Super Bowl Winner: Seahawks

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl XLIX, 2015

Teams: Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Seahawks

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: Budweiser

Super Bowl 50, 2016

Teams: Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Panthers

Super Bowl Winner: Broncos

Ad Meter Winner: Hyundai

Super Bowl LI, 2017

Teams: Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: Falcons

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: KIA

Super Bowl LII, 2018

Teams: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Patriots

Super Bowl Winner: Eagles

Ad Meter Winner: Amazon Alexa

Super Bowl LIII, 2019

Teams: New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Rams

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Rams

Super Bowl Winner: Patriots

Ad Meter Winner: NFL

Super Bowl LIV, 2020

Teams: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Fransisco 49ers

Heads or Tails: Tails

Coin Toss Winner: 49ers

Super Bowl Winner: Chiefs

Ad Meter Winner: Jeep

Super Bowl LV, 2021

Teams: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Chiefs

Super Bowl Winner: Bucs

Ad Meter Winner: Rocket Mortgage

Super Bowl LVI, 2022

Teams: Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Heads or Tails: Heads

Coin Toss Winner: Bengals

Super Bowl Winner: Rams

Ad Meter Winner: Rocket Mortgage

Updated Super Bowl 57 odds following NFL draft

Following free agency and the NFL draft, check out how much next year’s Super Bowl odds have changed.

We have reached the next stage of the NFL offseason. The NFL draft is over and free agency is largely over, as now teams can sign most players without them counting against the compensatory pick formula.

There have been some changes in next year’s Super Bowl odds. That game will be played at State Farm Stadium, the Arizona Cardinals’ home stadium.

How do the latest Super Bowl 57 odds look?

Let’s take a look at how things look, according to the odds from Tipico Sportsbook and how they compare to the odds from earlier in the year.

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Pre-free agency odds for Super Bowl 57

We take a look at the odds for every NFL team to win next year’s Super Bowl before the new league year begins.

The NFL offseason is heating up as the NFL combine is next week and free agency starts in a couple of weeks.

With the new league year coming quickly, let’s have a look at the updated odds to win Super Bowl LVII next year, which will be played at State Farm Stadium, the Arizona Cardinals’ home stadium.

Let’s take a look at how things look, according to the odds from Tipico Sportsbook.

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Cardinals WR coach was rooting for Rams to win Super Bowl

Shawn Jefferson’s son is Rams WR Van Jefferson. He wanted a championship in the family.

The Los Angeles Rams are a division rival of the Arizona Cardinals. However, one of the Cardinals’ coaches was actively rooting for the Rams to win the Super Bowl.

Why?

Well, Shawn Jefferson, the Cardinals’ wide receivers coach, has a reason to root for a presumed enemy and nemesis. His son, receiver Van Jefferson, plays for the Rams.

He was hoping the Rams could make his son a champion.

Appearing on the Big Red Rage, Jefferson spoke about how nervous he was at the game.

“I’m on pins and needles because I really want my son to get this ring,” he said. “I played in two Super bowls, lost both of them, so I’m like, ‘third time’s a charm. You’ve got to get this ring. I’m rooting for you, We’ve got a get a championship in the Jefferson family.'”

The Rams did win the Super Bowl. Van Jefferson had four receptions for 23 yards but he also had a big day. His wife went into labor at the game and he rushed after the game to be there for the birth.

The elder Jefferson said the Rams were great. They held elevators and had a car service waiting for them.

With the Rams’ 23-20 win, the third time was the charm for the Jefferson family. Shawn Jefferson did not win one as a player and has not yet done so as a coach, but he did get to witness his son win one, and then immediately afterward, get to welcome a new grandchild into the world and the family.

“My son winning a championship and then becoming a grandfather, it was just an unbelievable experience,” he said. “I couldn’t have asked for anything better. That Super Bowl Sunday was the best Super Bowl Sunday of my life.

“That’s one birthday I will never forget.”

For fans, it might not be a good thing to see the Cardinals’ nemesis win a title, but when it comes down to family, it’s hard to think anything bad about it.

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PODCAST: What’s going on with Kyler Murray and what are the Cardinals’ positional needs?

Listen to the latest edition of the podcast, covering the Super Bowl, Kyler Murray and the Cardinals’ positional needs.

This latest edition of the podcast with Revenge of the Birds’ Seth Cox and I had plenty of content to discuss.

Originally planned to be the show where we went over the Arizona Cardinals’ positional needs for the offseason, then there was all sorts of Kyler Murray drama.

We discussed the Super Bowl, all the drama with Murray and the franchise, and then break down each position group, going over what the team needs to add this offseason at each position.

Enjoy the show!


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(1:00) Opening and reacting to the Super Bowl

(19:09) The Kyler Murray mess

(37:25) Positional needs: QB, RB, WR, TE

(47:54) Positional needs: OL, DL, OLB, ILB

(58:36) Positional needs: CB, S, Specialists

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Jerod Mayo appeared in a hilarious Hellmans Mayo ad during Super Bowl

Jerod Mayo tackled Pete Davidson and it was brilliant.

Jerod Mayo is a man of many talents. From a dependable linebacker for the New England Patriots, to an up-and-coming inside linebackers coach, he has lived a full career on the field. Sunday, we saw him and take his talents to the television screen , as he appeared in a commercial during the Super Bowl.

The ad centers around food waste. Mayo tackles several individuals about to waste food. In the first instance, he tackles a man about to throw away old bread. He then tackles several other people about to waste food, but stops when he gets to Pete Davidson.

“Whoa, whoa whoa!” Davidson said as Mayo began to execute a tackle. “Mom’s already tackling food waste, Mayo.”

Mayo follows through with the tackle.

“Sorry man, I had to,” Mayo said.

“I get it man,” Davidson moaned. “I’m very hittable.”

You can see the full ad below.

The ad was one of the highlights of what was in action-packed Super Bowl. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals by a 23-20 score.

WATCH: Highlights from Rams’ win vs. Bengals in Super Bowl 56

WATCH: Highlights from the #Rams’ win vs. the #Bengals in the #SuperBowl:

The Los Angeles Rams took down the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20, in Super Bowl 56.

It was not exactly the most-electric contest that some expected, but it delivered. It came down to the wire as the Rams found a way to muster up a touchdown late and then saw their defense stop the Bengals’ late-ditch effort.

The Super Bowl is a world-wide event each year. It’s likely that you watched the game, but it doesn’t come without its distractions.

With that, check out the highlight-reel package above for the top plays from the big game.

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How to watch, stream Super Bowl 56 between Rams, Bengals

Surely you will be watching the big game. Here is the viewing info you need.

The big game is here. The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals face one another in Super Bowl LVI to determine this year’s world champions.

Will it be the Los Angeles super team that went out and mortgaged its future to get quarterback Matthew Stafford and then added Odell Beckham and Von Miller midseason? Will Stafford be rewarded after languishing in Detroit for over a decade?

Or will the Bengals win their first title, carried by the young stud Joe Burrow in just his second NFL season?

You and practically everyone else you know will certainly be watching the game.

Here is the information you need to watch or stream it.

Date, time, location of Super Bowl LVI

Super Bowl LVI is Sunday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. ET at SoFi Stadium, the Rams’ home stadium, although the Bengals are technically the home team.

TV, broadcasters

The game will air on NBC and use their regular Sunday night broadcasting crew. Al Michaels will call the game and Cris Collinsworth will  provide analysis.

You can also stream the game live on FuboTV. Try it free.

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POLL: Do you want the Rams or Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI?

The Arizona Cardinals aren’t in the Super Bowl. Which team do you prefer to be this year’s world champions?

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This is pretty simple. Which team are you rooting for as an Arizona Cardinals fan?

The reasons why to root for each team (and also the reasons why not) are spelled out in this post from Sunday morning.

Of course, you might be bitter about both teams, so you don’t want either to win somehow, and some might not care what the result is since the Cardinals did not make it. You are more about the company and the fun.

Vote in the poll so we can see who is preferred and give your thoughts why in the comment section below. Why do you want one of the teams to win?

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