I have been wagering on football for as long as I can remember. It makes the games or event so much more entertaining. I heard something very very interesting that I wanted to pass on to all of my degenerate buddies.
As far as prop bets go for the Super Bowl, the public has only ever made money off of the casino on one wager out of 20 years worth of prop betting.
It just happens to be the very 1st prop wager ever. It was 20 years ago and the casinos/sportsbooks got buried. The prop bet was none other than:
Will "The Fridge" score a TD in Super Bowl XX?
The odds started at 12:1 and by game time was down to 2:1
Everyone recalls that fat piece of shit scoring a TD and the great Walter Payton didnt in that game.
That being said, I still plan to place a few small wagers. There are only 250 or so to choose from.
Head or Tails?
Tom Brady for some reason is doing the coin toss this year, the 1st active player to ever do so. It has been tails 6 years in a row. I have to go with heads due to the change.
Here are a few others I like due to some higher odds:
Will there be a 2 pt conversion
Will there be Overtime(never happened in a Super Bowl)
Will the game be tied again after 0-0
Will the game be decided by exactly 3 points
The only player props I like are:
No Int for Hasselbeck
Alexander over 7.5 yard recieving
Any ones you guys are looking at?