Super Bowl 57 Exotic Props Odds & Best Bets: Coin Toss, Anthem & More
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The length of the National Anthem, the outcome of the coin toss and the color of the post-game Gatorade bath are three events that Super Bowl 57 betting fans of all types can wager upon. No matter their knowledge about football.
The Super Bowl is the last great American gathering. More than 110 million people are expected to tune in to The Big Game on Sunday, Feb. 12 on FOX when the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles meet in Super Bowl 57 at Glendale, Arizona. And millions will tune in for the commercials, the halftime show, or to glimpse their favorite celebrity in attendance.
There are thousands of wagers available on sports betting apps and across betting sites based on the game’s outcome. For those who don’t care to wager on the Chiefs, Eagles or any of the players involved, there are three major betting markets that cause as much discussion as any play during the game.
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They are the result of the coin toss, the length of the national anthem, and the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. Here is a look at each of those novelty markets with the latest NFL odds available, as well as our best bets on each market:
Super Bowl 57 Coin Toss Betting Tips
The coin toss is the simplest wager of all for NFL betting fans. Heads or tails. It’s a bet we’ve all been making since we were kids picking sides for sandlot baseball, street hockey or flipping for Twinkies in the school cafeteria.
In the previous 56 Super Bowls, the toss has landed on heads 27 times (48%) and tails 29 times (52%).
The longest heads streak was five Super Bowls, while the longest tails run is 4.
Only 25 teams have won both the coin flip and the Super Bowl in 56 attempts. In the past eight Super Bowls, the team that won the coin toss lost the game.
Our Pick: Heads. Always.
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Super Bowl 57 National Anthem Odds: How Long Will It Last?
"The Star-Spangled Banner" will be performed by country singer Chris Stapleton before Super Bowl 57. FanDuel has posted over/under odds on the anthem going 122 seconds, or two minutes and two seconds, where such wagers are allowed. The price is -135 for going over 122 seconds and +105 to finish under that mark.
Chris Stapleton National Anthem Betting Tips
Anthem singers historically tend to go long before The Big Game. Eight of the past 10 anthems have gone over two minutes. Alicia Keys took 2 minutes, 36 seconds to complete the Anthem before Super Bowl 47, while Neil Diamond set the all-time Anthem land-speed record at 60 seconds flat at the Rose Bowl ahead of Super Bowl 21.
Four of the shortest anthem renditions since 1990 have been performed by country singers. Mickey Guyton finished her version of the National Anthem ahead of Super Bowl 56 in 114 seconds, or 1 minute, 54 seconds. There was a video of Guyton singing the anthem before the Super Bowl at a Memorial Day concert in 2021 in which she did it in 86 seconds.
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There are no videos publicly available of Stapleton singing the Anthem that we could find. His studio rendition of “Tennessee Whiskey” is 4:53. That’s 121 seconds longer than the version famously recorded by George Jones.
If you need a sign … you got it.
Our Pick: Under 122 Seconds.
Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Odds: What Color Will It Be?
Bettors in certain jurisdictions will be able to legally wager on the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach for Super Bowl 57.
Will Andy Reid or Nick Sirianni get the victory bath? Will the winner be awash in Gatorade matching their team colors? Will there be a Gatorade upset across Kansas betting apps?
Sean McVay was doused in Blue Gatorade after the Rams slipped past the Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl 56. It was the second year in a row blue Gatorade was used to celebrate a Super Bowl win. Tampa Bay crushed Kansas City 31-9 in Super Bowl 55. Bruce Arians ended his NFL head coaching career with a blue bath, despite rampant rumors that Tampa Bay was going with Purple. (Who over the age of 12 drinks Purple Gatorade?)
Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Color Odds
Caesars Sportsbook, FanDuel and BetMGM are among the other top sports betting apps that are likely to offer odds on the color of the Gatorade bath in 2023.
When the Chiefs won Super Bowl 54 over San Francisco, Reid received an orange celebratory bath. It’s unlikely the Chiefs would want to change colors given the propensity of NFL teams to not mess with success.
The Eagles washed Doug Pedersen with clear liquid after the Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52. That was Philly’s first Super Bowl win after losing to New England in Super Bowl 39. What worked for Pedersen may not work for Sirianni, though.
After Philly's 31-7 NFC title game win over San Francisco, Lane Johnson and Fletcher Cox double-teamed a cooler full of OG green/yellow Gatorade and doused Sirianni with its contents.
Our Pick: Yellow-green. And +450 is a solid price.