2023 Super Bowl Props: Odds on Coin Toss, Gatorade Color, Final Score, More
Super Bowl season means it’s Super Bowl props season.
Sportsbooks love getting creative every year in early February, when they release Super Bowl odds that bettors won’t see for any other game on the sports calendar. It’s a one-of-a-kind betting experience.
Before our experts lay out their brilliant breakdowns later in the week, here’s a peak at some of the noteworthy Chiefs vs. Eagles prop bets being offered at FanDuel.
All odds via FanDuel and as of 9:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday night. Not all props are available in every state.
Super Bowl Coin Toss Odds
Heads -104 | Tails -104
Heads is on a pretty dynamic run here, having been the result in four of the last five years. That ended a run of four straight tails. Prior to that, though, it was heads five times.
So — I know what you’re wondering — what does that mean?
Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
The NFC team usually is the one coming out on top in the coin toss, though. The AFC had won the toss three of the last five years, but that trend ended another NFC run of dominance in flipping a piece of silver up in the air.
Going back to Super Bowl 32, which saw the Broncos beat the Packers, there have been 25 Super Bowls. The AFC team has won the coin toss just five times. From 1998-2017, the AFC team won it just twice.
Winning the coin toss has been the kiss of death of late, though. In the last eight Super Bowls, the team that has won the toss has gone on to lose the game.
Super Bowl Gatorade Color
It’s very bold of FanDuel to combine yellow, green and lime, although it makes sense. I can see the headlines now, though: “Controversy of Gatorade color consumes betting community.” I get the decision.
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Note: These bets are not available in every state.
Final Score to Have Occurred as Past Super Bowl Final Score
Yes +470 | No -650
I know what you’re thinking (or at least what I was thinking) when I saw these odds: “Surely there has been a repeat score of late. That’s a big plus number.”
The last time we had a score that had already been recorded in a Super Bowl was back in 2012, when it was Giants 21, Patriots 17. All the way back in 1976, that was the score that saw the Steelers beat the Cowboys in Super Bowl 10.
Otherwise, this hasn’t happened very much. In 1996, the Cowboys beat the Steelers 27-17. That score also happened back in 1983, when Washington beat Miami. Also, 1978 (Cowboys 27, Broncos 10) and 1981 (Raiders 27, Eagles 10) had the same scores.
The implied odds on “Yes” here are 17.54%. That’s probably a little high, but that plus number is only going to get lower as more Super Bowls are played.
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