Patriots, Rams set to square off in Super Bowl

Posted February 04, 2019

The AFC Championship Game in Kansas City also ended in overtime after the Patriots (11-5) and Chiefs scored a combined 38 points in a wild fourth quarter. It's about to kick off in a matter of hours, and it's the last meaningful game until September. Just keep it locked here at CBSSports.com for the latest. The Rams had enough time to tie the game in regulation, sending it into overtime.

Kickoff is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET.

However, if oddsmakers finally budge and move the Rams to +3, we might finally see bettors jump on Los Angeles. Will Tom Brady reign supreme once again?

Football running back, Todd Gurley, 24, is gearing up for Super Bowl 53 on February 3 and he's ready to be declared the big victor.

The Rams, meanwhile, won it all back in 1999 but have not taken a title since.

The Patriots became only the third team in National Football League history to reach the title game three seasons in a row and the bookmakers back them to put the disappointment of losing to the Philadelphia Eagles last season behind them.

I'm making the Over the better bet than either side. Keep checking here for updates or additional information on the stream, which will be offered through both CBSSports.com and CBS All Access. But while the Rams have attracted a bit more backing over the past nine days, they're still receiving only 27% of tickets and 29% of real money wagered on the spread as of Sunday morning (see live data here).