Note: This article is for Super Bowl LVI – head over to our new post on Super Bowl LVII (2023) crazy prop bets where the bets will get even crazier than last year!
- The NFL season finale takes place this Sunday
- The Super Bowl will be contested between the Bengals and Rams
- Find some of the craziest and fun prop markets here
There’s no doubting that the Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events of the year, and that’s reflected in the betting markets where you really can bet on just about anything. This season sees the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams, and we have you covered for all the usual football markets.
We’ve also found some of the more interesting prop bets that can be placed this year, so let’s take a look at some.
Super Bowl 56 Schedule
- When: Sunday 13th February 2022, 6:30pm ET
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- How To Watch: NBC
Super Bowl LVI Prop Bets
Al Michaels/Chris Collinsworth to say the Spread or Total
This is one of the more fascinating prop selections this year as the NFL has openly embraced sports betting for the first time this year, and you’ll actively see mentions this year about the spread totals and over/under points selections for upcoming games on broadcasts.
It would be quite remarkable to see them being openly talked about during the game by the two main commentators, while you can find the latest spreads, moneyline, and totals here.
Will Joe Burrow be Compared to Macaulay Culkin?
Admittedly it’s maybe not the comparison that Joe Burrow wants to have made for him, but there’s a physical resemblance and he’s also developing an impressive ability to escape, so will he be compared to the Home Alone star during the game?
Color of Liquid Poured on the Winning Coach?
Whether the winning coach likes it or not, it’s likely that they’re going to find themselves soaked as jubilant players pour an entire container of liquid over them, but what color is it going to be this year? This could also depend on which team wins the game, so bear that in mind when making your selection.
Who Will the Super Bowl MVP Mention First in Their Speech?
It’s traditional for whoever the MVP will be to make a speech, but who will get the first mention? In the heat of the moment after winning the game, it’s hard to imagine it will be anyone other than their teammates, but every selection is in play with this market.
How Many Times Will “Home Advantage” be Said?
This isn’t unique to this Super Bowl as Tampa Bay played at their home stadium last year, and this Super Bowl does see the Los Angeles Rams play in their home stadium. In our view, it’s certainly possible that it’s mentioned over 1.5 times in relation to the noise, the fans or any events that might happen in the game where the Rams may demonstrate some local know-how, so this is an interesting market to watch.
Who Will be Mentioned First?
We all know that the Lions are going to get a shoutout due to Matthew Stafford playing in this game after his trade last year, while Jared Goff was sent the other way and played in the Super Bowl 53 loss to the New England Patriots, but who will get mentioned first in this game?
Joe Biden’s Super Bowl Pick
President Biden is expected to give an interview before the game and of course, he’s going to be asked about who he thinks is going to win, but which team will he pick?
Will the Super Bowl Winners Visit the White House?
A mix of political controversy and covid has ensured that players and teams haven’t visited the White House before after winning the Super Bowl, but it’s expected that they will attend this time.
Joe Burrow to be Seen Smoking a Cigar?
This market only applies to the broadcast between the kick-off and final whistle, so will they show an image of Burrow smoking a cigar?