Hips that don’t lie.
That is what you can expect during the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show this year when J. Lo and Shakira take the stage.
The Bronx native and Colombian born singer do not have any songs together yet as just announced, will be headlining the show at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL.
The NFL announced the lineup just earlier today while Jennifer Lopez tweeted out her own excitement for the Pepsi Halftime Show.
It’s a moment in the making for the two Latin artists who will share the stage for the first time on February 2, 2020.
Bears fans and NFL analysts may have cooled on Chicago's chances of winning Super Bowl 54, but after two weeks of an uninspiring offense and a 1-1 record, their Super Bowl odds have actually improved.
The Bears entered Week 2 with 20:1 odds of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in February. After Eddy Pineiro's game-winner against the Broncos Sunday, Chicago's odds are now 16:1.
Granted, injuries around the NFL have played a part -- a big part -- in the Bears' jump. Most notably, the Saints' loss of Drew Brees for at least six weeks following surgery to repair a torn ligament in his throwing thumb dropped New Orleans from 8:1 down to 20:1.
Other teams who began Week 2 with better Super Bowl odds than the Bears only to sink below them at its conclusion are the Chargers (20:1) and Vikings (20:1).
As for the rest of the NFC North? The Packers' odds improved from 16:1 to 12:1, while the Lions jumped from 100:1 to 66:1.
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It’s been a weird offseason for Bears perceptions. Some people are SUPER in on them. Other people just want to watch the world burn. With a little over a week before the season officially starts, the people at BetOnline did us all a favor and released – quite literally – hundreds of Super Bowl matchup odds. The Bears are featured prominently enough for this to officially be Online Content, so let’s take a look. First, all the odds from best to worst:
Patriots vs Bears 33/1
Chiefs vs Bears 40/1
Browns vs Bears 66/1
Chargers vs Bears 66/1
Texans vs Bears 80/1
Steelers vs Bears 80/1
Jaguars vs Bears 100/1
Ravens vs Bears 150/1
Colts vs Bears 200/1
Raiders vs Bears 200/1
Titans vs Bears 200/1
Bills vs Bears 250/1
Broncos vs Bears 250/1
Jets vs Bears 250/1
Bengals vs Bears 500/1
Dolphins vs Bears 500/1
And next, some scattered thoughts:
- People really love the Browns. That will surely end exactly how they want it to, as it always does in Cleveland.
- There are six matchups that are considered more likely than a Bears Super Bowl appearance. They’re all various combinations of the Patriots/Chiefs/Rams/Saints/Eagles.
- Poor Colts.
- There are plenty of 1000/1 Super Bowl odds, none of which belong to the Bears. Take that Andy Benoit!!!
- Hard to decide whether Raiders (200/1) or Broncos (250/1) is the juiciest unlikely Super Bowl. Khalil Mack vs. Gruden! The Students (starting defense) vs. The Teacher (Vic Fangio)!
- Good news, Bears fans: You *probably* don’t have to worry about the Bears’ Super Bowl, in Miami, being a true road game.