This Sunday, millions of people across the US will be glued to their screens, waiting to see who will win: Heads, or Tails? “Outcome of Coin Toss” is always one of the most popular Super Bowl bets on the NFL odds board; that will certainly be the case again for Super Bowl 52 this Sunday (6:30 PM ET, NBC) between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. But it doesn’t quite crack the following list.


Top 10 Super Bowl Props


1. How long will it take Pink to sing the US National Anthem?

At press time, the total for Pink’s rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner has been set at two minutes, with the Overpriced at –175 on the NFL prop odds.


2. Will Pink be airborne at any point during her singing of the National Anthem?

This is a nod to Lady Gaga’s halftime show at Super Bowl 51; no similar plans are known of for Pink’s performance, and 'No' is priced at –500.


3. How many times will Donald Trump tweet on February 4?

The POTUS is a Patriots fan and a high-volume Twitter user. His total for tweets is five, with the Over and the Under each listed at –120.


4. How many times will Carson Wentz be mentioned during the broadcast of the game?

Wentz was Philadelphia’s starting quarterback before going down in Week 14 with a torn knee. Nick Foles is his replacement. “Wentz” must be said at least four times between kick-off and the final whistle (halftime not included) for the Over to pay out at –200.


5. How many times will Gisele Bundchen be shown on TV during the broadcast of the game?

Patriots QB Tom Brady’s wife is a familiar name on the Super Bowl props list. Bundchen’s total this year is 1.5 (Over –150), with the same conditions as the Wentz prop.


6. Will “Nipplegate” be said during the broadcast of the game?

This prop refers to Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show – which also involved this year’s performer, Justin Timberlake. Yes is available at +500.


7. What color will Justin Timberlake's shoes be when he begins his halftime show performance?

There are seven choices available for this Super Bowl prop, ranging from “White” at –120 to “Yellow” at +2000.


8. Will Tom Brady’s jersey be stolen again?

Brady’s No. 12 jersey was stolen after New England’s victories at Super Bowls 49 and 51. 'Yes' is priced at +1000; the theft must be reported by ESPN within 48 hours of the final whistle.


9. What color will the liquid be that is poured on the game-winning coach?

The “Gatorade” prop (other liquids qualify) is one of the first wagers people look for when they bet on NFL props for Super Bowl. This year’s beverage list starts with “Lime/Green/Yellow” at +225 and ends with “Purple” at +1000.


10. Who will the Super Bowl MVP mention first in his speech?

The last entry on the Super Bowl 52 props board has six options, with “Teammates” favored at +200; you can also take “Does not mention any of...” at +225.


*Odds as of February 1, 2018