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

Posted by Eric Williams on Thursday,January 19, 2017 10:29, EDT in

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.

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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.

 

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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.