Weird and Usual Super Bowl Prop Bets

With the stage set for Super Bowl 54 we're already seeing weird super bowl betting props covering all facets of this year's big game. An array of popular prop wagers are back, covering the pregame coin toss, how long it takes to sing the national anthem, and the color of Gatorade showered on the winning coach after the game.

Bettors can also take advantage of many odd and unusual betting props as they await the opening kickoff of next week's Super Bowl 54 matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Here is a look at some of this year's most unusual Super Bowl betting props.

The odds are against the TV commentators working the broadcast of this year's big game mentioning the Chiefs' slim 1.5-point edge on the Super Bowl point spread, or the steady climb of the point total that now sits at 54.5, with heavy -290 odds favoring no mention of the NFL lines during this year's game.

Linebacker Greg Jones started somewhat of a trend by proposing marriage to his girlfriend on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in the minutes following the New York Giants' 21-17 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 46. There has been no shortage of fans following Jones' example on Super Bowl weekend, including one Patriots fan who popped the question on the field at NRG Stadium following New England's stunning 34-28 comeback over Atlanta three years ago.

While there are likely fans somewhere getting prepared to make a marriage proposal part of their Super Bowl fans, the odds of any player following Jones' lead at the conclusion of Super Bowl 54 are set at a lengthy +500.

Trump Props on Attendance, Tweets, TV Ads

Donald Trump has kept busy of late as he ramps up his bid for re-election in November. The American president received a warm reception when he took to the field prior to this month's College Football Playoff National Championship Game in New Orleans. But while there's a good chance that Trump will be at his Florida residence at Mar-a-Lago, just 50 miles away from Hard Rock Stadium, on Super Bowl weekend, he is pegged as a +240 longshot to attend Super Bowl 54 in person.

Whether he is in attendance or not, Trump's presence is still likely to be felt on Super Bowl Sunday. Donald Trump Super Bowl betting have +130 odds of publishing OVER 17.5 tweets on gameday, and is a -350 favorite to have his Super Bowl TV commercial hit the airwaves ahead of a planned political ad by former New York mayor and Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg.

Of course, Trump and Bloomberg are not the only ones aiming to get their message out to a television audience that topped over 92 million Americans a year ago. With -125 odds favoring OVER 92.5 TV commercials getting run during the Super Bowl broadcast, football fans can expect to be bombarded by slick advertising throughout the evening. That has spawned a series of head-to-head prop bets on whose commercial will air first.

Pop Tarts are pegged as slim -130 favorites to have their ad appear before Doritos, which lags at -110. Squarespace is a big -400 favorite to beat Facebook to the airwaves, while New York Life outpaces TurboTax as a -350 bet. Conversely, the race is too close to call between Mountain Dew and Toyota, which each sport -120 odds to have a commercial broadcast first.

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*Odds as of January 29th, 2020