The biggest game of the American Football season is fast approaching, as Super Bowl 55 takes place on the 7th February at the Raymond James Stadium. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be the first team in NFL history to have home advantage for the biggest game of the season, as they come up against the defending champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Aside from the regular American Football markets that will be available for the game, thee will also be some unique bets that you can only find for Super Bowls.
Super Bowl 55 Schedule
- When: Sunday 7th February 2021, 6:30pm ET
- Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay
- How To Watch: CBS
Super Bowl LV Prop Bets
Clip Of Jon Gruden To Be Shown During Broadcast
One of the shortest priced prop selections for Super Bowl centre around former Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden. Gruden was the pivotal figure at Super Bowl 37, as he led the Buccs to their first Super Bowl after being traded to Tampa Bay ahead of the 2002 season by the Oakland Raiders. In the Super Bowl that season, he came up against his former side, with the Buccs running out 48-21 winners.
Color Of Liquid Poured On Winning Coach
The Gatorade Shower is one of the most popular prop markets available at the Super Bowl. It has been a synonymous moment in the Super Bowl since the 80s, with the Giants pouring Gatorade over their head coach after Super Bowl success against Washington. Last year’s winning colour was orange, and as the Chiefs are favourites to win again this year, then the same color leads the betting once again.
How Many Times Will Bill Belichick Be Mentioned?
|Over 1 Time||-175|
|Under 1 Time||+135|
Bill Belichick’s importance in Tom Brady’s career can’t be understated. All six of Brady’s Super Bowl successes came with the New England Patriots coach, so there is an excellent chance that he will be mentioned during the coverage this year, as the quarterback looks to win his first Super Bowl without the coach.
How Many Times Will Joe Biden Be Mentioned?
|Under 0.5 Times||-500|
|Over 0.5 Times||+300|
US politics and the Super Bowl have typically gone hand in hand, with the winning side having paid a visit to the White House. However, after a bitter US Election in 2020, the current odds suggest that broadcasters would be steered away from the topic this year.
Super Bowl MVP
|Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs)||-120|
|Tom Brady (Buccs)||+225|
|Tyreek Hill (Chiefs)||+1000|
|Travis Kelce (Chiefs)||+1200|
|Chris Godwin (Buccs)||+2800|
Aside from the Super Bowl trophy itself, the star player for the winning team will be awarded the MVP award. The quarterbacks from either side dominate the market for this year’s event, with Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady the front-runners. Mahomes will be looking for a second straight MVP award, while Brady has won the award four times throughout his career.
There is a battle to be won before the game even kicks off, as the team that gains possession first will be decided. There is a market available in the props section, which will enable bettors to wager on whether they think the result of the coin toss will be heads or tails. It could be vital, as the team to win the coin toss have won the Super Bowl on 24 occasions.
What Will Be Said First?
The coronavirus pandemic means that there will be a reduced capacity at the Super Bowl this year. Sportsbooks are offering markets for gamblers to wager on which of the two terms will be mentioned first. ‘COVID’ is currently the clear favourite in the betting.
What Will Be Said First?
Those attending the game will have to wear a mask throughout much of the game. According to the odds, sportsbooks believe that this will be something reference before COVID on commentary.
Will MVP Say ‘Disney’ In Speech?
Disney fans will be aware that Disney World is located in the Tampa Bay arena, which means sportsbooks have offered prices on whether the famous tourist attraction will be referenced in the MVP’s speech. At present, the odds suggest that the famous resort won’t be mentioned.