Show highlights, special guests and more from Super Bowl LVII
Our commitment to bringing you the best sports betting content in the business never ends, but it’s fair to say that we ramp it up a bit when Super Bowl week rolls around. This year, we’re delighted and proud to be on-site at Radio Row, where several of our shows have been broadcasting live. (LISTEN LIVE | WATCH LIVE)
We’re still a few days away from the game, but plenty of special guests have stopped by at our broadcast desk on Radio Row and others have joined us via Skype to talk about the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.
We’ll have another really special event coming up Thursday at 9 p.m. ET when legendary sports bettor and soon-to-be author Billy Walters talks with Brent Musburger about his new book, his relationship with Phil Mickelson and a whole lot more. In the meantime, check out this trailer for Brent’s interview.
Follow The Money
Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard have now taken the full Follow The Money show on the road to broadcast live from Radio Row, but they had plenty of good content from Circa prior to leaving.
That includes pro bettor Frank B. on Super Bowl prop betting strategies:
Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker stopped by the set to chat with the guys about his Super Bowl LVII predictions:
Benjamin Solak from The Ringer stopped by to share his Super Bowl LVII prop bets:
ESPN Daily Wager's Joe Fortenbaugh gave his top picks for Super Bowl LVII:
Keep an eye out for plenty more from our FTM crew this week!
A Numbers Game
Even though Gill Alexander and Kelley Bydlon are dug in at the South Point for Super Bowl week, they still brought in a big-name guest with former NFL kicker and Pro Football Hall of Famer Morten Andersen to share his insights on Chiefs vs. Eagles:
Gill and Kelley also chatted on Wednesday with NBC Sports Bet and regular VSiN guest Drew Dinsick (Whale_Capper) about his Super Bowl LVII takes:
The Lombardi Line
Pieces and parts of The Lombardi Line will be live all week from Radio Row, including our own Mike Pritchard early in the week and Michael Lombardi throughout the second half of the festivities leading up to kickoff.
Pritch has had some very interesting guests this week to say the least.
Former NFL QB Jim Everett was among them, as he and Pritch reminisced about their appearances on The Jim Rome Show:
Our resident College Football Hall of Fame star also chatted with another former NFLer in Solomon Wilcots, who also spent 16 years with CBS:
Can we interest you in a snippet of Pritch’s chat with former NFL QB Ryan Leaf?
Pritch and host Ben Wilson also caught up with longtime media analyst and writer Mike Silver:
On Wednesday, Michael Lombardi was on the desk for The Lombardi Line and hit the ground running with host Patrick Meagher and special guest Curt Menefee from FOX Sports:
Lombardi and Meagher also chatted with Super Bowl XXXV champion Brian Billick, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens:
Patrick and Michael talked with the one and only Chris "Mad Dog" Russo for his takes on all things Super Bowl LVII:
Master of impressions Frank Caliendo also swung by the set for some Super Bowl week fun:
Former NFL QB Chris Simms stopped by to chat about Patrick Mahomes:
Former NFLer Mike Golic joined Michael and Patrick on the desk to share his Super Bowl LVII perspective:
There is sure to be a whole lot more from The Lombardi Line crew as the week rolls on.
VSiN Final Countdown
Stormy Buonantony and Matt Brown are trading off the week in Glendale, as Stormy spent the early part of the week on Radio Row and Matt will spend the latter portion of the week.
Any American Idol fans out there? Chiefs superfan and winner of Season 7 David Cook talked about his perspective on the game:
While he didn’t make us cry, everybody was a little emotional to have the one and only storyteller extraordinaire Tom Rinaldi of FOX Sports on the desk with Stormy:
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk spoke with Matt and Stormy on Thursday about some big Super Bowl storylines, including the health of Jalen Hurts.
Matt and Stormy talked with DraftKings CEO Jason Robins about what we've seen so far for Super Bowl betting and the company's future plans:
Keep it locked right here at VSiN.com and on all of our VSiN programming to see who just might show up next!