NFL Best and Worst Super Bowl Prop Odds & Betting Analysis

NFL Best and Worst Super Bowl Prop Odds & Betting Analysis

When it comes to the Super Bowl and betting, prop bets have become a phenomenon. Everyone loves the multitude of prop bets that can be wagered on before or during the Super Bowl. Even non-sports fans and non-gamblers get into some of the prop bets associated with the Super Bowl. Let’s take a look at some of the best Super Bowl Prop Bets and some of the worst prop bets. 

The Best & Worst SB 56 Props To Bet On

Best: Who Will Win the MVP Award

As most everyone knows, the NFL is a quarterback-driven league. In looking at the MVP Award for past Super Bowls, it is a list dominated by quarterbacks. In fact, eight of the last 11 Super Bowl MVPs have been quarterbacks. In this one, Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow have the best Super Bowl MVP odds to take home the award.

Worst: Coin Toss

Both heads and tails are a +100. While you can bet on both and whichever one you feel more confident in you put a little more money on, but we just don’t really like to take the chance on a flip of a coin.

Best: Cincinnati Bengals over 1.5 Field Goals -115

While you would have to bet $115 to win $100, we really like this bet. Evan McPherson has quickly become a household name because of his kicking prowess and confidence. McPherson was one of the best kickers in the league this season, and he has been a huge part of the Bengals‘ offense. With the Rams having a very formidable defense, we see McPherson being a big part of the Bengals offense on Sunday.

Worst: What Color of Gatorade Will be Dumped on the Winning Coach’s Head

There are six different colors on the board. If you want to get the most bang for your buck, you’ll take blue at +750 or purple at +1800. If you really want to get crazy and go for a 1 in 6 chance, go right ahead. We don’t recommend doing anything with this one.

Best: Cooper Kupp’s Longest Catch Over 29.5 Yards

At -110 you can take Kupp’s longest reception being 30 yards or more. The probability of this happening is very good. This has happened in 13 of Los Angeles’s 20 games this season. 846 of Kupp’s 1,947 yards have come after the catch, so Kupp gains a lot of yardage after the initial grab. Cincinnati’s pass defense is suspect, and they’ve also given up a lot of yardage after the catch, so this looks like a good bet to take.

Best: Joe Mixon Under 63.5 Rushing Yards

While Mixon has averaged over rushing yards per game this season, we’re thinking that we’ll take the under on this one. He hasn’t rushed for more than 63 yards throughout the playoffs, and he’s only rushed for more than 63 twice since the end of November. With the Rams having a great run defense led by Aaron Donald, we think that they’ll be ready for Mixon and won’t let him get much breathing room. 

 
 

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