JAN 19 - 6 Best NFL Super Bowl Bets That Have Nothing To Do With Football

6 NFL Super Bowl Bets That Have Nothing To Do With Football

Written by on January 19, 2017

If you’re fired up about the quickly approaching Super Bowl 51 showdown and you want to know about some of the fun-filled bets that you can make that have absolutely nothing to do with football, then I’m going to highlight six of my favorite non-football Super Bowl bets.Let’s get started and before you can wager on NFL playoffs, click here to review the latest Super Bowl 51 promos.

6 Best NFL Super Bowl Bets That Have Nothing To Do With Football


Color of Gatorade Poured On Winning Coach

Analysis: If you didn’t know before, now you do! You can bet on the color of the Gatorade being poured on the winning coach. Personally, I love this fun-filled props odds wager, even if it is just a big old ‘guess bet’ – unless you’ve got an inside connection at Gatorade that is.

Length of National Anthem

Analysis: Did you know that you can bet on the length of the national anthem? Will we get a long-winded version of the national anthem at Super Bowl 51 or a version that gets done in record time? Generally, the long-winded pick is the right one. I’m just sayin’.

To omit a word

Analysis: There’s nothing as hilarious – or pitiful – depending on your level of patriotism, than seeing a singer flub the national anthem! Practice as they might, it seems like some singer confuses or straight-out omits at least one word in the national anthem fairly regularly in today’s times.

MVP Mentions First in Interview

Analysis: Will the Super Bowl MVP mention his teammates, God, or the fans first? Maybe it’ll be a coach, his family the owner – or none of the above.

Singer’s Microphone

Analysis: Did you know that you can make a Super Bowl props bet on whether the headline Super Bowl performer will use a tradition microphone with a stand or whether they’ll use one of the new-age earpiece microphones? Well, you can, so get to it people!

First Song

Last but not least, you can also make a wager on the first song the headline performer will sing. For example…will Beyonce sing Single Ladies first or will it be Girls Run the World? A great guess could pay big dividends.