The 2020 Winners of the Superbowl and Their Odds of Winning

The Kansas City Chiefs, led by quarterback star Patrick Mahomes and coached by Andy Reid, beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 to take the Super Bowl 54 title home. The Chiefs trailed 20-10, but in the final quarter, they retaliated with three touchdowns to seal the big deal. Kansas City Chiefs took the title surprisingly because the team was in the top two seeds in the conferences. Their odds of winning stood at 12-5-1.

Winner of the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (MVP)

Patrick Mahomes came out as the Super Bowl MVP due to his important role in the climax of the game. The 24 years old rising star missed many points for most of the Super Bowl game with two interceptions capping off a poor first half on a personal level. But like many other great players, Mahomes did not quit.

Performers During the Super Bowl Halftime

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira performed to entertain the American football fans in the halftime show. And to make everyone happy, the duo cracked out several of their greatest hits, including “On The Floor” and “Hips Don’t Lie,” much to the delight of the fans who had gathered in Miami.

The Start of the 2020 NFL Season

The Super Bowl 2020 season might have finished, but most fans are now looking forward to the next campaigns. The new NFL season will kick off on 10th September 2020 with Super Bowl LV scheduled to take play on 7th February 2021 at the Raymond James Stadium, Tampa. The NFL draft will take place between 24th April and 25th April. The campaign will also witness the Las Vegas Raiders’ full term.

The Super Bowl is among the most significant events in the US taking place each year, and around 100 million individuals watch it through the TV. At the same time, tens of thousands attend the event.