Prop bets are a great way to bring a new form of entertainment to any Super Bowl XLVII party.
Sports betting can be quite boring as just thinking about point spreads and the over/under gives me a headache. With tonight's Super Bowl XLVII comes a slew of prop bets that can surely bring an additional form of entertainment to your party. While the San Francisco 49ers battle against the Baltimore Ravens you can challenge your guests to the following funny, bizarre and downright ridiculous prop bets.
Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bets:
- How long will Alicia Keys take to sing the National Anthem?
- Will Alicia Keys add at least one word to the National Anthem?
- Will Alicia Keys forget or omit at least one word of the National Anthem?
- Will Alicia Keys be booed during or after her rendition of the US National Anthem?
- Will Beyonce be joined by Jay-Z on stage at halftime of the Super Bowl show?
- Will Beyonce's hair be curly/crimped or straight at the beginning of the Super Bowl halftime show?
- What predominant color will Beyonce's top be at the beginning of the Super Bowl halftime show?
- Will either Jack or Jackie Harbaugh be shown on TV wearing any clothing that has either a SF or BAL log on it?
- How many times will Jack Harbaugh be shown on TV during the game?
- How long will the postgame handshake/hug last between Jim and John Harbaugh?
- How many times will the game be referred to as the Harbaugh Bowl or Har Bowl or Super Baugh during the game?
- How many times will Harbaugh be said during the game?
- What will the TV rating be for the Super Bowl?
- How average viewers will the game have?
- What color will the Gatorade (or liquid) be that is dumped on the winning coach?
- Who will the Super Bowl MVP of the game thank first?
- If Ray Lewis is interviewed after the game on the field or in the locker room how many times will he mention "God/Lord"?
Which prop bet is your favorite? Do you have your own prop bets that did not make the list? Comment Below!
Make sure you tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST for the official kickoff of Super Bowl XLVII which will be broadcast live on CBS from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.