Proposition betting isn’t just limited to players and teams and the numbers they accumulate in a game. When it comes to the Super Bowl things get amped up a few notches. That’s because the Super Bowl isn’t just a game, it’s a spectacle; a billion dollar spectacle at that. You won’t see a company fork out millions of dollars for a 30-second commercial during a NBA game, but they jump at the chance with eyeballs glued to the set on Super Sunday. Oddsmakers had some extra time on their hands prior to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs getting together, so why not come up with hundreds of outrageous prop bets to satisfy the craving of the casual and even non-football fans. And that’s what happened at BookMaker.eu. Let’s go win some money by analyzing some of the many exotic prop bets available for Super Bowl LV.
Super Bowl LV takes place on Sunday, February 7, 2021 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. The game will be televised live on CBS.
Super Bowl LV Exotic Props
How many times will “Home Field Advantage” be said?
Over 0.5 ( -246 )
Under 0.5 ( +191 )
Since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the first team in history to play a Super Bowl at their home venue this seems like a no-brainer. But is there really a home field advantage? Considering the affects COVID has had on the season and the fact that the game is a perk for corporate sponsors, there isn’t much of a home field edge, and thus the actual phrase “home field advantage” won’t be used. There might some variations, like the Bucs are the first team to play in their own stadium, but the actual phrase won’t be used, therefore I’m banking on the under, which means it won’t be said at all.
Prediction: UNDER 0.5 ( +191 )
Will the game spread or total be referenced?
Yes ( +167 )
No ( – 212 )
We have to mention this prop, don’t we? For years the NFL and other professional sports tried to underscore and eliminate the gambling aspect fearing it would affect the integrity of their game and league. Well, that’s changed in recent years with sports betting now legal in a number of states. Just how have things changed? Well, professional sports has invaded Las Vegas, the mecca of gambling, with league’s and teams now embracing the activity and in some cases hooking up for joint sponsorships. The idea of mentioning the favorite, point spread and/or total isn’t as taboo as it was just a few years ago.
Prediction: YES ( +167 )
How many times will Giselle Bundchen be shown?
Over 1.5 ( -183 )
Under 1.5 ( +145 )
Mr. Bundchen, I mean Brady, has it all doesn’t he. He’s already established himself as the best quarterback of all time with nine Super Bowl appearances, six wins and four MVPs on his resume, and that’s before taking the field on Sunday. And he’s married to a super model just adding to his legacy. Brady has mentioned in the past the support he’s gotten from his wife and I don’t think he’d be playing the game at an advanced age if Giselle objected. She’s probably his biggest fan and I can’t imagine her not being shown a few times. Talk about exotic props, it’s worth it for the network to flash a super model on the screen during the Super Bowl.
Prediction: OVER 1.5 ( -183 )
How many times will Patriots be said?
Over 2 ( -111 )
Under 2 ( -113 )
When the divorce happened many wondered if Brady made the Patriots or the Patriots made Brady. I think we got the answer to that question. Brady wanted to trade in his parka for a speedo and uniting him with Bruce Arians has been huge. But with all of Brady’s prior success taking place in a New England uniform and the records he compiled, you can’t ignore the past. Bill Belichick might get more mentions, and that’s a prop available at BookMaker, too, but it’s hard to imagine Patriots not being said a number of times during the course of the lengthy broadcast.
Prediction: OVER 2 ( -111 )