The 2024 Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs promises to be the greatest sports betting event of the year. Prop bets on Super Bowl 58 abound, ranging from the coin toss to the color of liquid thrown on the victorious head coach. There is much for non-football fans to anticipate as well, such as Usher’s halftime performance and Taylor Swift’s attendance. Here is the best betting NFL analysis for this year’s Super Bowl.
Super Bowl Coin Toss Props: Tails has come up 53% of the time
Prop bets are not any more of a 50/50 proposition than a coin flip, but historically, the outcomes haven’t been. Tails is also favored by recent results, since it has appeared in 7 of the last ten Super Bowls, including the Chiefs’ triumph in last year’s game. The commemorative coin used by the NFL isn’t precisely balanced on both sides. Even if it has a small impact on whatever viewpoint is presented, it still has an impact.
Super Bowl Gatorade Bath Color: Over 23 Super Bowls, Orange has been used 5 times
Predicting the Gatorade Bath color is far more difficult than predicting the National Anthem or the halftime performance. This novelty prediction is far more arbitrary. Furthermore, since 2001, 5 NFL teams have won multiple Super Bowls; only one of those 5 teams, the Patriots in 2015 and 2019 with the color blue, have continuously used the same Gatorade color over its head coach. In 2020, the Chiefs defeated the 49ers, throwing Orange at Andy Reid. But last year they tossed Purple at him. Few successful coaches have avoided the victory soak since Super Bowl 35. After leading the New England Patriots to victories in Super Bowls 36, 38, and 51, coach Bill Belichick was spared a shower. After Super Bowl 47, John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens similarly avoided getting soaked.
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