Super Bowl 50: Prediction, Betting Odds, Date, TV Channel, Halftime Show

Super Bowl 50: Prediction, Betting Odds, Date, TV Channel, Halftime Show
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Super Bowl 50 is less than a month away. Stay tuned to this page for everything you need to know about the biggest annual sporting extravaganza.


February 7, 2016
Kickoff is at 6.30 p.m ET


Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, California

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Carolina Panthers or Arizona Cardinals vs Denver Broncos or New England Patriots

Betting Odds (Per Bovada)
Odds-On Favorites: Patriots (+190)
Second Favorites: Panthers (+200)
Cardinals (+375)
Broncos (+400)

AFC Championship Odds
Patriots (-170)
Broncos (+140)

NFC Championship Odds
Panthers (-170)
Cardinals (+140)

Halftime Show
Coldplay, Bruno Mars and Beyonce

Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Phil Simms (analysis), Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn (sideline).

Road to Super Bowl 50
(See Bracket Above)

If you’re a betting man, it’s safe to put your money on the defending champions, New England Patriots. They have peaked at the right time and boasts the most experienced line-up. With four championships in their kitty, and Tom Brady still delivering the goods, it’s hard to bet against them.

The Panthers have an equally good shot, at least on paper. But experts reckon they are still a few pieces away from taking the giant leap. Perhaps the next Super Bowl could be the time Cam Newton’s team goes the distance and win their first championship in franchise history.

The Cardinals, who had the best odds to win the title prior to the playoffs, have a long shot – especially when it comes to getting past the Panthers. Like Carolina, they have never won a championship.

The Broncos haven’t won a chip since 1999 when John Elway won a second consecutive Super Bowl.

Prediction: New England Patriots win their fifth championship and Tom Brady walks off into the sunset. It will be the ideal way to end a legendary career.