Jim Cramer's Following the Public Bets for Super Bowl 55

Super Bowl 55 between the Chiefs and Buccaneers has the makings of one of the best Championship games ever.
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Super Bowl 55: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

It's Super Bowl Week!

 The Chiefs and Buccaneers are playing in Super Bowl 55 and that means we get a matchup between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes. K.C. of course is trying to win back-to-back Super Bowls, the last time a team did that was Brady and the Patriots back in 2004/2005. Meanwhile, Brady is trying to win his 7th Super Bowl while leading his new team to their second Lombardi Trophy in Tampa Bay's franchise history. 

In our first of two Super Bowl previews, Jim Cramer and Bill Enright sit down with NFL Network data and predictive analytics expert Cynthia Frelund to talk about her game models for this big match-up.

Plus Cramer and Enright discuss where the public money is coming in on DraftKings Sportsbook and how it differs from some of the sharp action. With an overwhelming majority (78%) of public bets coming in on the Chiefs -3, 74% of bets on the Over (56.5), and 54 % of bets on the Buccaneers moneyline (+143), Cramer asks if the line will change ahead of kickoff on Sunday. 

The BMF crew will reveal their best bets on their Thursday episode including a handful of player prop bets that you can find on DraftKings. 

Get in on the Super Bowl betting action on DraftKings SportsBook with Promo Code: Bull.

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