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    Looking to place a bet on the latest playoff games? Or just want to know where your team stands?

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    The Latest Popular Super Bowl Bets

    While you certainly can place a cash bet on the outright winner of the next Super Bowl, there are other bets, from the coin toss to the color of the winning coach’s Gatorade shower, to enjoy as well.

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    All You Need to Know About the LIII Super Bowl

    Outside of placing bets on the Super Bowl, there are a couple of other bits of information you might want to make note of.

    This year, with it being the 53rd Super Bowl, it’s the turn of Georgia to host the game – and we can’t wait!

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    • Date: 3rd February 2019
    • Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, GA
    • Teams: New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams
    • Halftime Show: Maroon 5
    • Broadcasting: CBS

    A Look Back at Recent Winners

    Over the years there have been some mighty winners take the glory, from surprising underdog wins and complete whitewashes to nail-biting final minutes and tense 3rd quarters.

    Take a look at the most recent Super Bowl winners and how it played out for them on the night.

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    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES team
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    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES LII Super Bowl Winners

    It started with the Patriots winning the coin toss but this advantage didn’t last long as the Eagles stayed ahead for the entire game despite tough competition from the likes of Gostkowski & Gronkowski.

    Records set

    Most Total Yards - 1,151
    game, both teams
    Fewest Punts - 1
    game, both teams
    Most Passing Yards - 505
    game, Tom Brady
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS team
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    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS LI Super Bowl Winners

    A game that will go down in history as one of the greatest comebacks, and no doubt a large part of Tom Brady’s MVP win, was the 2016 season win of the Patriots. Starting the 2nd half with a 25-point deficit, they smashed through the Falcons to clinch a 34-point win.

    Records set

    Most Games - 7
    Tom Brady
    Most Points - 20
    game, James White
    Most Completions - 207
    career, Tom Brady
    DENVER BRONCOS team
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    DENVER BRONCOS 50 Super Bowl Winners

    The game that saw Peyton Manning earn his second Super Bowl win started off slow, with the Broncos immediately taking the lead. Their win seemed inevitable from the start of the second half and they comfortably walked to an easy 24-10 win.

    Records set

    Oldest Quarterback - 39 years
    start & win, Peyton Manning
    Longest Punt Return - 61 yards
    game, Jordan Norwood
    Fewest Total Yards - 194
    game, Denver Broncos
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS team
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    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS XLIX Super Bowl Winners

    Action was slim in the 1st quarter of this Patriots – Seahawks clash, but by the 2nd quarter things were heating up with both sides inching ahead of one another. A last-quarter touchdown from Edelman saw the Patriots snatch the win.

    Records set

    Most Tackles - 22
    career, Bobby Wagner
    Longest Punt - 64 yards
    game, Ryan Allen
    Fewest Yards Gained - 0 yards
    game, Seattle Seahawks

    THE REAL MVPS

    The MVP title is one that’s much sought after every NFL season, with stand-out players vying for the award it’s no surprise that those awarded have gone on to do great things.

    Check out the best of the best when it comes to Super Bowl players and see who left their mark on the NFL world.

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    NICK FOLES Position - Quarterback

    Nick Foles was named MVP in 2018 when he led the Philadelphia Eagles to Victory over the New England Patriots and legendary QB Tom Brady. Foles made history in the game after catching a touchdown pass from tight end Trey Burton, becoming the first player in history to both throw and catch touchdown passes in the Super Bowl. Foles was also just the third quarterback to ever catch a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl.

    Highlights

    • Points - 28 of 43
    • Yards - 373
    • Touchdowns - 3
    • Touchdown Reception - 1
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    TOM BRADY Position - Quarterback

    Legendary QB Tom Brady notched his fifth Super Bowl victory in 2017 and was named MVP for the fourth time in his career after leading the Patriots to an absolutely epic comeback win. The Pats were down 28-3 against the Falcons near the end of the third quarter and Brady fought back to even by the end of the fourth and ultimately won the game in the first-ever overtime in Super Bowl history.

    Highlights

    • Points - 43 of 62
    • Yards - 466
    • Touchdowns - 2
    TOM BRADY player
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    VON MILLER Position - Linebacker

    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller was named MVP in 2016 thanks in large part to two epic strip-sacks on the Carolina Panthers’ QB Cam Newton. The turnovers were game-changers and made the difference in the Bronco’s eventual 24-10 victory over the Panthers. "If I could cut this award, I would give it to DeMarcus [Ware] and [Derek] Wolfe and all the other guys," said Miller when he received the MVP award.

    Highlights

    • Tackles - 6
    • Sacks - 2.5
    • Passes Defended - 1
    VON MILLER player
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    TOM BRADY Position - Quarterback

    In 2015 Tom Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time in his career thanks to a performance many called historic. The Patriots were down by 10 points with just over 12 minutes remaining in the game. By the time the fourth quarter was done Brady had thrown two touchdown passes and pulled off one of the biggest late-game comebacks in Super Bowl history. In fact, it was the first time a team had ever won after being down by 10 or more points in the second half of the Super Bowl.

    Highlights

    • Points - 37 of 50
    • Yards - 328
    • Touchdowns - 4
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