It’s the Kielbasa Kid…

and they used to say the place to be for Super Bowl Sunday was Las Vegas because of all the prop bets that you can make for the Big game but not anymore. I wouldn’t know but I’ll bet you could make one sitting at home by just by using your smart phone? They even have odds for some of the crazy bets you can make too. Like, will the Anthem singer forget or omit a word during the National Anthem? The odds of that happening are 12 to 1 the odds of that not happening 1 and 50. But if your not one to place a bet on the game let alone a prop bet there are many other things to factor in while watching the Big Game. Like the fact that the All Time Conference Series is up for grabs. In the previous 54 Super Bowls the AFC has won 27 and the NFC has won 27 which is surprising because at one point the NFC completely dominated the AFC between 1984 and 1996 where the AFC lost 13 straight. Hate to say this Steeler fans but because of the Patriots, the AFC is 13-6 over the past 19. Something else to root for or against is the back to back win drought may come to an end. The chiefs can become the first team since, ah those Patriots to win back to back Super Bowls, in 2003 and 2004. Now that former Patriot Tom Brady is now with Tampa, he has a chance to join Big Ben, Peyton Manning and Eli Rodgers as the only quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl after winning 3 straight road playoff games. Course that last distinction is a little less notable since Brady will also be the first quarterback to play a Super Bowl in his home stadium which is also a first. No team has ever played a Super Bowl on their home turf until now so a little history already being made for Super Bowl 55. Brady can also make history with a win over the Chiefs. He would join Peyton Manning as the only starting quarterbacks to win Super Bowls with two teams but Brady, if he wins will have done it in two difference conferences. And finally just think Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was only 6 years old and probably in 1st grade when Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl at the age of 24 plus Mahomes would pass Brady as the youngest quarterback with two Super Bowl wins under his belt. Brady was 26 when he did it, Mahomes would be 25 years and 143 days old. Oh, and the most popular food for Super Bowl Sunday is chicken wings with approximately 1.42 billion expected to be consumed… and that’s just for breakfast!