Super Bowl 53 Miscellaneous Props From YouWager to Focus On
The sheer number of prop bets for the Super Bowl can be overwhelming at first glance. Trying to
make sense of them all can be a full-time job for the days leading into the big game.
As opposed to that, the best course of action is to take a gander at them and zero in on the ones that
capture your attention. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you and come up with six prop bets of the
oddball variety that have captured our attention. They could be worth your time and money.
Super Bowl 53 Miscellaneous Prop Bets
Combined Final Score ODD or EVEN Number (Including OT)
Odds are 30-22 through 52 Super Bowls. However, even has been the correct call four years in a row
and stands at 8-2 over the last decade. If we use the current Over/Under of 56.5 points as a
benchmark, it’s a coin flip.
Will Game go to Overtime?
This has happened only once in the history of the Super Bowl. Two short years ago, the Patriots
completed a comeback for the ages to take down the Falcons by a score of 34-28. We are just two
weeks removed from both conference title games going to OT, so there’s that for the yes crowd.
Team to Have More Penalty Yards (Including OT)
The Patriots are averaging 68 penalty yards per game in the postseason, while the Rams have
averaged 52.5. In the regular season, it was the Patriots wit 46.5 penalty yards per game and 54.88
per contest for the Rams.
Safety in the Game (Including OT)
This has happened only in nine times in Super Bowl history, but four of them have come in the past
10. All-time trends tell us to say no and move on with our lives, but recent history suggests it’s worth
1st Special Team/Defensive TD Will Be (Including OT)
Pass interception +275
Fumble return +475
Kickoff return +1200
Punt return +800
No special teams TD -320
Trough Super Bowl 52, there have been 18 defensive scores in the big game, 15 of which were of the
pick-six variety. Eight kickoffs have been returned for scores, but it hasn’t happened via punt return
as of yet.
Coin Toss – Coin Will Land
Tails is 27-25 in the big game. Last year was heads, breaking a streak of four straight years in which
it was tails. Interestingly, the coin flip has been quite streaky of late, as heads came out five years in
row prior to tails catching fire.