Superbowl props have become almost as big as the actual Super Bowl itself in recent years.
Superbowl props really started to get attention in Super Bowl XX when the New England Patriots faced the Chicago Bears. One of the Superbowl props was whether or not William “The Refrigerator” Perry would score a touchdown or not. The Super Bowl odds on this wager were attractive at double-digit odds and gamblers pounded this wager. Perry did score a TD in the game and the books got crushed on this particular prop. The books have made up for it though because since that time, Superbowl props have become a major moneymaker for the sportsbooks.
Superbowl props on this year’s game are popular as the Arizona Cardinals face the Pittsburgh Steelers. The two starting quarterbacks, Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner have a number of Superbowl props on them as do other players like Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald. The Steelers have the #1 ranked defense in the NFL and there are a number of Super Bowl odds proposition wagers on their team defensive totals and on individual players like Troy Polamalu.
Superbowl props begin with the coin toss that is always popular and you can bet on which team will be the coin toss winner and you can bet on heads or tails.
Superbowl props that will keep you in action all game long include the last team to score a touchdown prop and the MVP award prop. Actually many of the Superbowl props will keep you in action throughout the game if they are yardage props. Even props on the number of sacks or fumbles could keep you in action throughout the Super Bowl.
Take a look at all of the exciting Super Bowl odds and props for Super Bowl XLIII between the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers which will be played on February 1st from Tampa, Florida and televised on NBC.
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