Super Bowl Prop Bets 2021
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What Is A Prop Bet?
Super Bowl prop bets are a fun and popular way to wager on the Super Bowl, but what is a super bowl prop bet? A prop bet, is short for proposition bet, and you are betting on the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a specific thing to happen during a game. There are many different types of Super Bowl prop bets, from player props or team props during the game, to the more unique Super Bowl props around the National Anthem, Halftime Show, Awards or even the colour of the Gatorade shower, and they are just a few examples.
Super Bowl National Anthem Prop Bets
The Super Bowl National Anthem prop bets are one of the most widely talked about props of the entire game, and it’s over before the kickoff. Once the artist or performer of the National Anthem is announced people will be scrambling to find past performances to see how long the performance is. Sportsbooks will set a line, much like the over/under points totals, but for the total length from start, until the end of the word ‘brave’.
Super Bowl Halftime Prop Bets
The 2020 Super Bowl Halftime show was watched by 104 million, and there are plenty of ways you can wager on the Halftime Show with a prop bet. The most popular Super Bowl Halftime show prop bet is the first song the act will sing. This is widely available and priced by sportsbooks and adds a bit of extra fun to the performance. Some sportsbooks will also price up, will this person appear on stage or be shown in the audience as well as many other Super Bowl Halftime show props, tailored to who is performing.
Super Bowl Player Prop Bets
Super Bowl Player Prop Bets are centered around a player’s performance in the Super Bowl. The most commonly wagered Super Bowl player prop bets revolve around touchdown scorers and yards, be in passing, receiving, rushing, or in some cases scrimmage yards. Player Touchdowns will include odds for players to score anytime as well as scoring the first or last touchdown. There are also select defensive player props such as a player to record over or under a sack line, to make a sack or interception, as well as a defensive or special teams touchdown. Super Bowl player prop bets are incredibly popular due to their close propensity to Fantasy Football and analyzing player matchups. Our experts analyze the game conditions from injuries, weather, player matchups in finding the best Super Bowl player prop bets.
Super Bowl Team Prop Bets
Like Super Bowl Player props there is a long list of possible Super Bowl team prop bets. The most common of those being the likes of which team will score first? Which team scores last? 1st turnover a fumble or Interception? Will a team score three times unanswered? as well as a team’s total points, if you’d rather take one teams’ total points line rather than the total points in the game. We find that with obscurity comes opportunity and the sheer number of Super Bowl Team Prop Bets certainly afford the opportunity. To be successful over time in these markets meticulous research is key, and our experts here at Pickswise take care of that for you. We leave no stone unturned in our research and analysis, looking at the statistics, team news, weather, matchups and much more ahead of every pick, all of which come accompanied with a full explanation in our analysis.
Super Bowl MVP Prop Bets
In years gone by, the winning the Super Bowl MVP has won a car and in most cases the Super Bowl itself, but we can also be winners through the Super Bowl MVP Prop Bet. The market is usually very similar each year with the award having a long history of going to the winning quarterback, unsurprisingly they head the betting odds. You will then typically see a stud running back and defensive stars figure in the betting but at much bigger odds than the QB’s. Trends are huge in finding a good Super Bowl MVP prop pick, as is the matchup itself, if it looks like a low scoring, defensive-minded matchup it may pay to go against the trends and picking a star Linebacker or Defensive End to pick up the award, and often at huge odds.
Super Bowl Prop Bets FAQs
The Super Bowl is one of the year’s biggest sporting events, watched by over 100M viewers in 2020, many of whom will also place a wager on the game. An estimated $7 billion was wagered on the 2020 Super Bowl, up from $6 billion in 2019, a figure that will exponentially grow as sports betting does across the US. With this in mind, a considerable amount of time is put into the Super Bowl by sportsbooks, which is great for sports bettors as you’ll have competitive odds and a whole host of betting markets to choose from. Most sportsbooks will offer the more conventional player and team prop bets, with a select few offering more exotic or obscure Super Bowl prop bets, such as the colour of the winning Gatordae shower, the length of the National Anthem, or the first song of the Halftime Show. Check out our list of Top Online Sportsbooks for where to find your Super Bowl prop bets and make the most of the great signup offers in your state.
Pop star The Weeknd was announced as the headlining the Halftime Show at Super Bowl 55. The Canadian-born Grammy Award winner will follow in Jennifer Lopez and Shakiras’ footsteps in the second year of the NFL’s multiyear partnership with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. Last year’s Super Bowl performance in Miami was watched by 104 million, making it one of the biggest stages for performers.
The Super Bowl Halftime Show typically lasts around 15 minutes long. The 2020 Super Bowl Halftime show, performed by J-Lo and Shakira was a total length of 14 minutes and 20 seconds. It is estimated that a 30 second commercial slot during the Super Bowl would cost $4 million so while performers aren’t paid to perform, the coveted slot is worth somewhere in the region of $120 million. Not bad for 15 minutes of work, right?
It has not yet been announced who will perform the National Anthem at the 2021 Super Bowl. Demi Lovato performed the National Anthem in Super Bowl 54 an event that garners a lot of attention due to the popularity of the over/unders National Anthem length prop bet that many sportsbooks will offer ahead of the game.
Andy Reid, the Super Bowl winning head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs fell victim to one of sports great, fun traditions and was covered in Orange Gatorade. The colour of the Gatorade shower has become a popular novelty Super Bowl Prop Bet with the winning team traditionally dumping a tub of ice cold Gatorade on their coach to spark the celebrations. Historically Orange and Blue have been the most popular colours, and tend to have the best odds each year.