Best And Worst Super Bowl 51 Props To Bet On

Posted by Henry Watkins on Tuesday,January 31, 2017 2:20, EST in

When it comes to professional sports in the United States, there is no bigger event for bettors than the Super Bowl. The bookies are well aware that this is the game when even the most casual of bettor will start drop money on a multitude of available bets. With that in mind, there are seemingly countless prop bets available for wagering, not all of which can be considered wise investments. Here at MyBookie, we have put together a solid collection of prop bets that we think will enhance your enjoyment of the game, but if you search online, you will also find a bunch that are borderline ridiculous. Let’s look at what we believe are the best props to bet on, and which are the worst. Before you bet on the NFL playoffs, click here to cash in on the latest Super Bowl 51 promos.

Best And Worst Super Bowl 51 Props To Bet On

 

 

The Best Super Bowl 51 Prop Bets

While I’m sure there are some of you who would throw this particular prop bet into the worst category, I have always been partial to betting on the coin toss. It’s a 50/50 bet that really doesn’t require any sort of skill, and getting it right can set you off on a win streak, as you get to cash a ticket before the game itself even begins.

As far as the serious wagers go, I think the best prop bets this year are the ones that have to do with the scoring. The fact of the matter is that most football fans believe that this game is going to turn into a shootout, which makes the scoring props all the more exciting. For example, the team that wins the coin toss may well be the one that you choose to score first, which may then have you wagering on whether that score will be a FG or a TD.

I also think that the total bets for each half are fun to play, as are those that require you to wager on the stats put up by individual players. I also get a real kick out of the player comparison bets, and the one that jumps out this year is picking whether Tom Brady or Ryan will throw for more yards.

 

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The Worst Super Bowl 51 Prop Bets

Again, this is purely subjective, but the bets that I tend to steer clear of are the ones that have nothing to do with the game. I really don’t care what type of shirt and pants Luke Bryan will be wearing when he sings the National Anthem, or how long it takes him to do it. I also don’t have any interest in the number of costume changes that Lady Gaga will get through in the half-time show, mostly because I will be restocking the beer fridge for the second half.

Finally, I watch the Super Bowl to get a break from the news and the politics of the world, so why on earth would I wager on the number of times that Donald Trump is mentioned during the broadcast, or who he believes will win? There are many, many great prop bets out there, so choose the ones that appeal to you, and best of luck this coming Sunday.