Donald Trump Super Bowl LIII Props

Donald Trump Super Bowl LIII Props

Written by on January 30, 2019

Whether you love U.S. president or loathe him like apparently over 60 percent of the country does according to recent polling data, one thing’s for sure when it comes to divisive ‘wanna-be dictator’ Donald Trump. He’s never been worth as much as he will be when Super Bowl 53 gets underway this coming weekend.

Why?

Because the polarizing prez is offering some stupendous value against his personal Donald Trump props odds. Let’s get to the best of those props odds picks right now. And be sure to check out more Super Bowl LIII lines at our online sportsbook.

Donald Trump Super Bowl LIII Props

Will Donald Trump Take Part in Pre-Game Interview on CBS?

  • Yes -200
  • No +150

Analysis: well, this one is already a lock with Trump schedule to sit down with CBS “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan on Friday and portions of the interview schedule to run Sunday both on her program and on the Super Bowl pre-game telecast. The Super Bowl Sunday interview originated with George W. Bush and was picked up by Barack Obama in 2009 and the former POTUS sat down for an interview every year. Trump continued the tradition shortly after being inaugurated in 2017.

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: Yes

Will Donald Trump Attend the Game?

  • Yes +800
  • No -1500

Analysis: There is absolutely no way Donald trump shows up to get completely embarrassed with a serenade of boos from predominantly African-American – and Democratic – Atlanta.

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: No

Total Times Donald Trump Tweets During the Game?

  • Over 6 (-115)
  • Under 6 (-115)

Analysis: I know it’s hard to imagine that we have a Commander in Chief that likes to issue orders, announce plans – and generally rip on anyone that doesn’t completely agree with his way of thinking, but it’s true, we’re living in some terribly troubling “Trumpian Times’ people. Trump was uncharacteristically quiet last year on Super Bowl Sunday, tweeting just once the entire day, but I’m thinking he’s going to unleash a ‘Tweet Storm’ on twitter this year just to move away from the daily barrage that he’s been in bed with Russia since prior to the election and recently embarrassing decision (and loss) to shut down the U.S. government so he can get the wall he promised Mexico would pay for, built with American money. I’m going with the Over here everyone!

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: Over 6 Tweets

Will Trump Congratulate Winning Team via Twitter by Midnight on 2/3/19?

  • Yes -150
  • No +120

Analysis: If the New England Patriots win, he’ll be offering congratulations very shortly after Super Bowl 53 in completed. If the Los Angeles Rams win, well, he might not give them any thanks until the next day –  seeing as how he is completely loathed by men, women and children all across the state of California. This one is a tough call, but since I’m going with the Rams for the upset, I’m going to say play the ‘No’ selection here!

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: No

Which Will Be Higher?

  • Trump approval rating on 2/4/19 (according to Rasmussen Reports) +110
  • Yardage of longest made field goal -140

Analysis: A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows the 35-day partial government shutdown sank Trump’s already low approval numbers even lower than they were. The poll found that an awful 34 percent of Americans approve of the job the president is doing. The poll from AP-NORC surveyed 1,062 adults from January 16 through January 20. It had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points. So, let’s say Trump’s poll numbers don’t change by kickoff time this coming weekend (they won’t) then I’m going with either Greg Zuerlein or Stephen Gostkowski to boot a field goal of at least 40 yards to top trump in Super Bowl 53.

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: Yardage of Longest Field Goal

Will the Super Bowl LIII Winning Team Visit the White House?

  • Yes -200
  • No +150

Analysis: If New England wins, then you can most definitely expect Patriots buddies, Robert Kraft, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady to lead the way when the franchise visits the White House. If the rams win, I guess Sean McVay and the rest of the organization will be forced to make a decision. However, I’m going to say that at least half of the players on L.A.’s roster want absolutely nothing to do with Trump and that means the Rams could very well refuse to meet with a president that is going to go down in history as the most divisive president in U.S. history. Besides the fact that no professional women’s championship-winning team has ever been invited to the White House – ever.

In 2017, Trump rescinded his invitation when Steph Curry and the rest of the Golden State Warriors told him to stick his invite where the sun don’t shine. That same year, my Philly ‘homegirl’ Dawn Staley told Trump her South Carolina Gamecocks national champions weren’t going to see the divisive president.

In 2018, a bunch of Team USA Olympians also told Trump where to get off as Lindsey Vonn, opening ceremony flag bearer Erin Hamlin, figure skater Adam Rippon and almost all of his figure skating colleagues all gave Trump the middle finger. I could go on, but you get the idea. If New England wins, they’ll visit. If the Rams win, I suspect the majority of their players are going to tell Trump to take a long walk off a short pier.

Super Bowl LIII Props Pick: No


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