2022 Super Bowl Props for Rams vs. Bengals: Will an Offensive Lineman Score a Touchdown?
Rob Carr/Getty Images. Pictured: Offensive tackles Rob Havenstein #79 and Andrew Whitworth #77 of the Los Angeles Rams
You can bet on almost anything during the Super Bowl.
From coin flips to Gatorade colors to whether or not a field goal or extra-point attempt will hit an upright, there are plenty of Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals props out there to satiate the appetite for NFL bettors.
Scoring props, like first touchdown scorer and anytime touchdown scorer, have become increasingly popular in recent years because — spoiler alert — people like seeing points scored.
In addition, people also like to see non skill-position players find the end zone on sport’s largest stage.
One of the favorites has certainly become the “Fat Man TD,” which is how many now refer to an offensive lineman scoring a touchdown.
Because this is the Super Bowl, of course you can bet on an offensive lineman scoring a touchdown, so let’s take a look at the latest odds from DraftKings Sportsbook for this prop and what it means for bettors.
2022 Super Bowl Offensive Lineman TD Prop Odds
*Odds as of Tuesday
According to StatMuse.com, there were seven touchdowns scored by offensive linemen this season, resulting in a 2.6% chance that a given game would have seen a Fat Man TD.
An implied probability of 2.6% correlates to odds of about +3746, meaning bettors would need a price better than that number to warrant a wager.
Unfortunately for Fat Man TD backers, the latest line is just +2200 odds.