Super Bowl prop bets are ridiculous. Every year when the Big Game rolls around, it’s impossible to keep even the most casual gamblers away from the action on the NFL’s Christmas Day. Online sportbooks everywhere let you bet on anything that could possibly happen during the game, and that’s not an exaggeration, either. You can actually bet money on the total amount of money that will be wagered in Las Vegas…
BetDSI Sportsbook is just one entity where you can take juicy odds on every random facet of the game. When the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams meet in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII, you’ll be able to bet on basically everything that happens. Their full list of prop bets is one of many you can find across the Internet, but we took the liberty to pull out 25 of the most insane wagers they offer.
Pregame Prop Bets
— Will the call be Heads (-2500) or Tails (+800) during the Coin Toss?
— Will Gladys Knight take a knee or raise a fist during the National Anthem?
— Will any player take a knee during the National Anthem?
Broadcasting Prop Bets
— Will Jim Nantz say ‘Hello friends’ when CBS comes on air?
— How many times will Jim Nantz and Tony Romo say ‘Gronk’: Over or under 2.5
— Will either Jim Nantz or Tony Romo use the word ‘Hotlanta’?
— Number of times Roger Goodell is shown: Over or under 1.5
Donald Trump Prop Bets
— Total number Trump tweets during the game: Over or under 1
— Which will be higher: Trump’s approval rating on Feb. 4 or the game’s longest made FG?
— If interviewed pregame, will Trump say “border wall?”
Halftime Show Prop Bets
— Will any performer (Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Big Boi) wear a Colin Kaepernick jersey?
— Is Adam Levine going to wear a hat?
— Will Mick Jagger make an appearance during the halftime show?
Random Prop Bets
— Will the Chick-fil-A inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium be open?
— Will someone celebrate a touchdown by doing the ‘Dirty Bird?’
— What color Gatorade will be thrown on the winning coach?
— Will Bill Belichick retire on-air after the game?
Super Bowl Commercial Prop Bets
— How many commercials will feature a dog: Over or under 5.5
— Will ‘Dilly Dilly’ be said during a Bud Light commercial?
— Which soft drink brand’s commercial will air first: Coca-Cola or Pepsi?
In-Game Prop Bets
— Will a player enter the injury tent?
— Will there be a “flea flicker?”
— Will an extra point or field goal hit the upright?
— Total combined touchdowns: Over or under 7.5
— Will the first play be a run or pass?
Best Odds to Win Super Bowl MVP:
Tom Brady: +110
Jared Goff: +250
Todd Gurley: +1550
C.J. Anderson: +1800
Aaron Donald: +1950
Sony Michel: +2000
James White: +2500
Julian Edelman: +3000
Robert Woods: +4000
Brandin Cooks: +4000
Rob Gronkowski: +5000