2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets
Have you ever sat on your couch and have correctly predicted things like: the coin toss, which team would score the first touchdown or field goal of the game, and other things of that nature? Well, this is your great opportunity to get compensated for those psychic abilities, as 2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets odds makers want you to correctly predict things like:
Which team will win the coin toss at the 2012 Super Bowl?
Will the Giants or Patriots score first in the game?
How many interceptions will Tom Brady and Eli Manning throw?
How many catches will Rob Gronkowski and Wes Welker record?
Who’s going to win 2012 Super Bowl MVP?
But the best part of about 2012 Super Bowl Prop bets is that there’s a little something for everyone. For those that don’t have neck for predicting game-play scenarios as accurately but are better at others things, say for example:
How long will it take Kelly Clarkson to sing the National Anthem?
Will Kelly Clarkson forget or omit at least 1 word of the official US National Anthem?
What color will Madonna’s hair be when she begins the Super Bowl Halftime show?
How many times will Giselle Bundchen be shown on TV during the game?
What Color will the Gatorade (or liquid) be that is dumped on the Head Coach of the Winning Super Bowl Team?
So as you can see, 2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets specialists have all the bases covered and didn’t forget to make a category for everyone. After all, the Super Bowl isn’t just about football anymore. It has sort of become part of American culture, without a doubt. And in the spirit of American pop culture and everything else related to American lifestyle, check out these must see 2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets:
How many average viewers will the game have:
Over 117 Million Viewers [-140] vs Under 117 Million Viewers [EVEN]?
What will the TV Rating be for the Super Bowl:
Over Nielsen Rating 47½ [-110] vs Under Nielsen Rating [-130]?
Which region will have the higher local TV Rating:
Boston -7 [-120] vs New York +7 [-120]?
What will happen with the Dow Jones the day after the Super Bowl:
Market Up [-140] or Market Down [EVEN]?