As further proof that people will bet on absolutely anything, there is literally an endless number of “prop bets” you can place on the game. Whether you’re wagering in your office pool, at your Super Bowl party or at a Vegas or on-line gaming house, there are an endless series of bet-on-anything wagers you can find. Here’s just a sample of the many things you can risk your hard earned dollars on on Super Sunday.
In-Game Odds and Lines
First Quarter: San Francisco (-.5); Over/Under 10.0
Second Quarter San Francisco (-.5); Over/Under 14.0
Third Quarter San Francisco (-.5); Over/Under 10.0
Fourth Quarter San Francisco (-.5); Over/Under 13.5
Baltimore Total Points: Over/Under 21.5
San Francisco Total Points: Over/Under 24.5
Which Team Will Score First?
Which Team Will Score Last?
First Team to Make a Coaching Challenge (Baltimore/San Francisco/Neither)
First Challenge Upheld or Overturned?
Will either team make a 4th down conversion?
Will any player receive an excessive celebration penalty?
Player and Stat Bets
Total Sacks in the Game: Over/Under 5.0
Total Turnovers in the Game: Over/Under 2.5
Largest Lead by Either Team: Over/Under 9.5
Longest Touchdown of the Game: Over/Under 49.5 yards
Who Will Lead the Game in Rushing?
Who Will Lead the Game in Passing?
Who Will Lead the Game in Receiving?
Player to Score First Touchdown:
Player to Score Last Touchdown:
Player to Lead Game in Points Scored:
Player with First Turnover (interception or forced fumble):
Player to Commit First Turnover:
Colin Kaepernick Over/Under 220
Joe Flacco Over/Under 240
Odds on length of first field goal of the game:
1 – 22 Yards 7/2
23 – 29 Yards 5/2
30 – 36 Yards 5/2
37 – 43 Yards 3/1
44 – 49 Yards 4/1
50 or more Yards 11/2
No Field Goals Made 7/2
Odds to Win Super Bowl MVP:
Colin Kaepernick 8/5
Joe Flacco 11/4
Frank Gore 7/1
Ray Lewis 7/1
Ray Rice 12/1
Michael Crabtree 14/1
Anquan Boldin 16/1
Vernon Davis 18/1
Torrey Smith 20/1
Ed Reed 33/1
Patrick Willis 40/1
Aldon Smith 50/1
Dennis Pitta 50/1
Randy Moss 50/1
Terrell Suggs 50/1
Dashon Goldson 66/1
David Akers 66/1
LaMichael James 66/1
NaVorro Bowman 66/1
Alex Smith 75/1
Bernard Pierce 75/1
Bernard Pollard 75/1
Justin Tucker 75/1
Ted Ginn, Jr. 75/1
Delanie Walker 100/1
The Field 25/1
Coin Toss Heads or Tails?
Which Team Wins Coin Toss?
Nielsen Rating for the Game: Over/Under 46.0
Length of Alicia Keys’ National Anthem: Over/Under 135 seconds
Will Alicia Keys get booed?
Who will Beyonce’s “surprise guest” be for the halftime show?
- Hubby Jay Z
- Former Destiny’s Child Mate Kelly Rowland
- National Anthem Singer Alicia Keys
- Jay Z, Kelly Rowland & Alicia Keys (Holla!)
- No one – Beyonce is a diva and doesn’t need no help
Beyonce’s Top (believe it or not, there are odds for this one)
- Black 9/4
- Gold/Yellow 11/4
- Silver/Grey 7/2
- White 5/1
- Red 13/2
- Pink 15/2
- Orange 12/1
- Blue 15/1
- Green 15/1
Number of times the game gets called The “Har-Bowl” (or some variation) Over/Under 3.5
Number of times the name “Harbaugh” gets said during the telecast Over/Under 20.5
Number of times Jack and Jackie Harbaugh get shown Over/Under 3.0
Number of times Alex Smith gets shown on the sidelines Over/Under 2.0
First talking animal to appear in a commercial? Dog/Cat/Horse/Rodent/Tracy Morgan/Other
What will the first commercial (after kickoff) be for?
- Computers/Cell Phones/Technology
- Network Promo/PSA
- Auto or Health Insurance
- Something Else
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