- BetOnline and Bovada offer fun Super Bowl 57 props on the national anthem, Gatorade color and the coin toss result
- Oddsmakers expect Nick Siriani to get bathed in yellow/green Gatorade (+125) if the Eagles win the Lombardi Trophy
- Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX
Kansas City vs Philadelphia is far from the only thing to bet on before Super Bowl 57. Today, we’ll look at some of the silliest Super Bowl props odds. This includes the color of Gatorade to be dumped on the winning head coach, the length of Chris Stapleton’s national anthem, and the result of the opening coin toss.
Before we get started, here’s where you can find the best Super Bowl betting tips and smart advice on how to bet on 2023 Super Bowl Props.
Color of Gatorade
|Color of Liquid Poured on Winning Coach|
Yellow/Green is favored
Philadelphia is a 2-point favorite to win Super Bowl 57. So, it’s no surprise to see Yellow/Green/Lime (+125) as the chalk pick. Nick Sirianni was doused with that exact flavor following the Eagles’ 31-7 victory over San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game. However, Doug Pederson was splashed with the Clear (+800) beverage after defeating New England five years ago.
Using the ‘team color scheme’ logic, one would expect Red (+700) to be dumped on ‘Big Red’ if the Chiefs are victorious. Yet, Orange (+300) was the team’s choice following Super Bowl 54. Given the superstitions of pro athletes, Andy Reid can expect to be covered in the OG flavor again if he picks up a second ring. Blue (+1000) is also a decent longshot after being weaponized in three of the past four Super Bowls.
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National Anthem Length
Chris Stapleton over/under
The over/under on Chris Stapleton’s national anthem is 122 seconds (2:02). That’s three seconds longer than the average rendition of the Star Spangled Banner over the past five years. There’s not a lot of anthem ‘game tape’ on the eight-time Grammy winner. However, he did add two minutes to Tennessee Whiskey while covering George Jones’ hit song.
Last year’s anthem by fellow country star Mikey Guyton came in at 111 seconds. But, keep in mind the over/under was set at just 95 seconds due to her long, documented history of short and sweet anthem performances. Stapleton has no such history and Super Bowl anthems have run as long as 2 minutes, 35 seconds (Alicia Keys). Bet the OVER on Stapleton.
Chris Stapleton will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” before kickoff at Super Bowl LVII https://t.co/pSL3eqWULO
— Pitchfork (@pitchfork) January 28, 2023
Super Bowl 57 Coin Toss
|Coin toss outcome|
Heads or Tails?
Betting on the Super Bowl coin toss is a tradition as old as time. Tails (-101) leads Heads (-101) 29 to 27 in the all-time series. Heads has staged a comeback recently, winning in back-to-back Super Bowls, as well as four of the past five years.
Bettors can also wager if the team that calls the coin toss will be correct. And, if the team that wins the coin toss will also win the Super Bowl. Interestingly enough, the club that won the coin toss has ended up losing the game in eight consecutive years and counting.
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