Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas

Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas: A blog featuring the top prop bets of Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas: A blog featuring the top prop bets of Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas: A blog featuring the top prop bets of Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas: A blog featuring the top prop bets of Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Prop Bets That Definitely Won’t Be in Vegas: A blog featuring the top prop bets of Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl is the only time of year when a person can watch 3 hours of football and have no idea who won, yet still feel completely satisfied.

So if you’re like me, you’re already looking forward to the commercials, the halftime show and all the prop bets. But just like any good recipe, it’s important to add your own personal flair to spice things up.

This year, I decided to create my own set of prop bets that definitely won’t be in Vegas. Here are my top picks for this weekend.

The first play of the game will be either: A run (1/1), Pass (3/2), Turnover (3/1), Punt (2/1)

If the Patriots win, Tom Brady will hop on Twitter during his post-game interview (3/1)

The Patriots will win by exactly 7 points (9/1)

Rob Gronkowski will score a touchdown (5/13)

At least one team will attempt a 2-point conversion (7/11)

Julian Edelman will have more yards than Odell Beckham Jr. (5/2)

The Super Bowl is the biggest day in sports and a great way to kick off the year. But it’s also one of the most confusing days in gambling, as oddsmakers try to keep up with all the nonsense that bettors will wager on, even though there are dozens of prop bets on the board.

Here’s a look at some of our favorite prop bets for this year’s game between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams:

Will Bill Belichick wear a hoodie? Yes (+250) – Belichick has been wearing hoodies for years now, but given his reputation as a staunch supporter of President Trump, many believe he will stick with his traditional suit instead. The Patriots coach has said that he doesn’t have enough time to think about fashion choices, so we’ll go with him sticking with what he knows best.

How many times will President Trump tweet during the game? Over/Under 4 – The president tends to tweet during major sporting events, but he likes to get his point across and engage his opponents. If he watches the game closely, it could be a long night for Twitter users.

It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and as always, we here at FiveThirtyEight are using data to help you make smart bets on the game.

This year, though, I am going to recommend a number of prop bets that you can’t actually make in Vegas. The idea is that if the outcome of a bet is not binary — if it isn’t yes or no — then the books don’t want to take the risk of setting the line. So they just don’t offer them.

But why should they have all the fun? Here are some Super Bowl prop bets that you won’t find in any sports book but definitely should consider making with your friends:

1. How many times will Peyton Manning say “Omaha” during his first 25 passing plays? Over/under: 13.5

2. Will Cam Newton dance after he scores a touchdown? Yes or no

3. Will either team go for it on fourth down at any point in the first half? Yes or no

4. Will there be a turnover in either team’s end zone during the game? Yes or no

5. How many combined field goals and extra points will be missed during the game? Over/under: 3

6. How

The best prop bets are the ones that allow you to watch the game and get invested in a player or situation without caring about who wins. These are the ones that will drive TV ratings, lineups and fantasy football trades for years to come.

We’re talking about another year of Tom Brady’s career and his legacy as the greatest quarterback ever, a coach’s legacy and what it means for his future and big-time players’ rankings among each other. Let’s have some fun.

We’ll start with the obvious one: How many yards will Tom Brady throw for? The over/under is 255.5 yards. That seems high, considering he threw for 228 yards against Denver in his last meeting in Week 12 of this season. But I’m going to go with the over.

The bottom line is that I don’t think Denver has an answer for Rob Gronkowski, if he’s healthy. The Broncos had no answer for him when they played the first time, when he caught six passes for 88 yards and a touchdown. This was early in Gronkowski’s return from injury and before he hit his stride late in the season. He also had two touchdowns against Seattle in the Super Bowl last year after averaging just more than five receptions per game during the regular season

1. Which quarterback will be the first to say “We’re just taking it one day at a time”?

2. How many times will Peyton Manning be called “the Sheriff”?

3. How many times will Richard Sherman say “you mad bro”?

4. Will Russell Wilson or Peyton Manning take a snap from under center?

5. How many times will Tom Brady be referenced as a potential Super Bowl participant?

6. How long will it take for Jim Nantz to mention Peyton Manning and John Elway in the same breath?

7. How many beers will Phil Simms drink during the broadcast?

8. What color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach?

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