The Super Bowl betting experience contains so many avenues for placing a bet, and it’s part of the fun and entertainment of this game. You don’t get these weird non-football props for any other NFL Odds game, because no other online betting game is such a central display of culture, celebrity, television production, ceremony, media analysis, and commercial expenditures. Let’s look at the various random props which are always associated with the Super Bowl, the game which transcends football itself.
Super Bowl Odds: Tails -103
Are you a heads person or a tails person … and if you have always sided with one side of the coin, are you in the mood for a rare switcheroo? This is the ultimate 50-50 proposition. Don’t overthink it. Go with your gut and let it ride.
Color Of Gatorade Poured On Winning Coach
Sportsbook Odds: Orange -105
The original Gatorade is lemon-lime, with a green-infused yellow color of the liquid, but orange Gatorade has become more prominent over the years. It’s not a uniform situation – the colors of Gatorade do get mixed and varied to a certain degree, but orange has become the most common one on NFL sidelines. One also has to assume that the Buccaneers – if they win – would certainly go with orange, given that orange and red have been team colors in the team’s past. If the Chiefs win, maybe they’ll go with red Gatorade since their main team color is red, but last season, at Super Bowl LIV, coach Andy Reid got an orange Gatorade bath after his team beat the San Francisco 49ers in Miami. It would make sense to assume the Chiefs will remain with orange Gatorade. Teams can be superstitious, so the fact that the Chiefs won last year with orange Gatorade should make them inclined to stick to the plan and use orange Gatorade this year. Either way, for either team or either coach, orange Gatorade is the heavy favorite on Super Bowl Sunday.
Length Of The National Anthem
Super Bowl Odds: Over 119.5 Seconds -115
The prevailing line of thought is to assume the national anthem will go over, not under, the time length put forth on a betting prop. This year will be interesting since the singers will be performing in a stadium that is just one-third full – no more than 22,500 fans will be on hand because of the pandemic and the social distancing requirements in effect at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. This will create an unprecedented situation. It could be that the smaller crowd and the lack of the same buzz will make the singer less inclined to be theatrically dramatic, but the more likely outcome is that the singer won’t feel rushed in front of the smaller crowd. Putting one’s whole heart into an expansive, rich, unhurried rendition of the national anthem will take the song over the number.
Super Bowl Odds: Patrick Mahomes -105
This has to be the favorite. If you think the Buccaneers are going to win, you go with Tom Brady, but if you think the Chiefs will win, Patrick Mahomes – the best quarterback in the NFL and the reason the Chiefs have become a juggernaut – has to be viewed as the overwhelmingly obvious choice for this honor. Some are saying Tyreek Hill could win MVP, but he had a huge game against the Bucs when these teams met in the regular season. He probably won’t go wild in this game. He’ll play well, but he won’t go nuts. If you want a Chiefs pass-catcher as an MVP threat, go with Travis Kelce instead.
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