The Super Bowl has only gone into OT once before...
Even if you're not a Los Angeles Rams or New England Patriots fan (or hater), you'll have some rooting interest in the outcome of Super Bowl LIII. That's assuming you enjoy Buffalo Wild Wings, of course.
With both the Pats and Rams coming off overtime victories in the Conference Championship games, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering free wings for all if the two teams need extra time on February 3.
Per Buffalo Wild Wings:
"The Buffalo Wild Wings overtime button has apparently been working all year with a regular season that saw 15 overtime games, and for the first time in history, two postseason OT games in the same day. If this final game goes into extra time, everyone in America will win a free snack-sized wings on February 18 from 4-7 p.m. local time."
The Super Bowl has only gone into overtime one time in the game's 52-year history and that was in 2017, when the New England Patriots came back from a 28-3 deficit to win Super Bowl LI. The Patriots are currently favored by 2.5 points at most sportsbooks, with the over/under point total hovering around 57.5.
Super Bowl LIII, airing on CBS, is scheduled to kickoff at 6:30pm ET from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.