# 2022 Super Bowl Props & Odds: Will Bengals or Rams Win the Coin Toss and Win the Game?

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Photo by Harry How/Getty Images. Pictured: Head coach Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates

The Super Bowl is the single-most wagered on event in the world for one good reason — the props.

The length of the national anthem. What color Gatorade gets poured on the winning coach. Even if a damn octopus happens. No, really, that's an actual thing.

These are bets that may not have the most positive longterm expected value but improve the viewing experience when you're with friends and family.

Same goes for this prop, titled at DraftKings as "Will the Bengals or Rams win the coin toss and win the game?"

## Rams To Win Game and Coin Toss

Odds are as of Wednesday and are according to DraftKings.

• Yes: +170
• No: -215

Betting odds of +170 imply a probability of about 37%. That's the break-even point — if you believe that there's better than a 37% chance that the Rams will win the flip and the game, then this pick has value.

On the flip side, odds of -215 imply a probability of about 68%.

A bet of \$100 on "yes" would net you a profit of \$170. A \$100 wager on "pass" nets \$46.51.

## Bengals To Win Game and Coin Toss

Odds are as of Wednesday and are according to DraftKings.

• Yes: +350
• No: -450

Odds of +350 implies the probability of this taking place is a little over 22%. Again, that's your break-even point.

The line at -450 implies that there's a nearly 82% chance that the Bengals to lose the coin flip, game or both.

A bet of \$100 on "yes" would reap you a profit of \$350. A \$100 bet on "no" would net \$22.22.