NFL Super Bowl 57 Betting Props: Best and Worst Options to Wager On

NFL Super Bowl 57 Betting Props: Best and Worst Options to Wager On

There are few games that can prompt non-bettors to get their money out and get wagers on, but you have to say that the Super Bowl is absolutely one of those games. Part of the reason this game is so popular is because it’s one that so many people tune into either at home or at the bar. It makes watching the big game a good deal more fun when you have some money riding on the outcome. The bookies know that people are going to be wagering, so they go out of their way to give punters as many ways to bet as possible, which is where we get into props territory. Prop bets are on specific outcomes, not all of which are in the game, so let’s get to where your Super Bowl Prop Betting money should and should not be going.


NFL Best & Worst Super Bowl Props to Bet on


The Best Prop Bets

People will disagree and what and what doesn’t make a good prop bet, and you are certainly free to wager in any way you wish. For me, the best prop bets are those that fall within the game. There are plenty of trends to draw on that can help you make an informed decision with those types of bets, which is not always what we can say for those that fall into the worst category.

I think the best prop bet is for the Game MVP, as you can generally always guarantee that it will be a player on the offensive side of the football. If you have a real idea as to who you think will win, then it might not be a bad idea to pick the winning QB for MVP, as that is very often the way it goes.

Besides the MVP, there are countless other individual player and team props that you can play with a certain level of confidence. The best props really are the ones that you feel confident about when you play.


Eagles vs Chiefs

When: Sunday, February 12th
Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Arizona

Time: 5:30 PM EST


The Worst Prop Bets

For me, there are so many bets that I would never go near on the props board. Most of these are for wagers that fall outside the actual game. I can somewhat understand betting on the coin flip, as there is at least a 50/50 chance that you might pick that one right. Where it begins to, in mu humble opinion, get into weird territory is wagering on the length of the national anthem or bets on what will happen in the half-time show. It also gets a little risky when you start placing wagers about the Super Bowl ads or the color of Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. Yes, it can be fun to wager on these types of prop bets, as long as those wagers don’t constitute the biggest portion of your betting budget.

If nothing really tickles your fancy but you still want to get in on prop bets for the Super Bowl, you can look at creating your own. That gives you much more control and potentially gives you a better shot at boosting your bankroll this Sunday.

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