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When it comes to betting on props, the Super Bowl is by far the biggest sports event of the year. As the final game of the NFL season, you can be sure that there will be a ton of betting action from the start of the Super Bowl down to the very last play of the night. Bovada Sportsbook is your best bet for 2022 Super Bowl props with hundreds of prop bets already posted and available for betting. Prop bets (short for proposition bets) are a great way to gamble on the Super Bowl since they allow you to bet on aspects of the game unrelated to the final outcome.

Bovada has everything you need for this year’s Super Bowl props betting, with betting odds already posted on a wide range of team and player props, as well as some special props to keep things interesting. This year’s Super Bowl matchup is all set between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams, so let’s review some of the more popular Super Bowl prop bets based on their current odds at Bovada Sportsbook.

Super Bowl LVI Props

Result of Coin Toss for Super Bowl 56

  • Heads -105
  • Tails -105

It only makes sense that we begin with the classic coin toss bet, since this is often the first bet decided for many Super Bowl bettors. The coin toss bet has arguably become the most famous prop bet of them all and is now a Super Bowl betting tradition. There’s only two options for this wager: heads or tails. Predict the coin toss correctly and you’ll be a winner before the game has even begun.

Will Any Word Be Forgotten or Omitted from the National Anthem?

  • Yes +675
  • No -1500

This special prop bet has nothing to do with football and is instead focused on the National Anthem. While last year’s performance of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ was given by Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church, the NFL has still yet to confirm this year’s National Anthem singer. The betting odds on ‘Yes’ are currently listed at +675, meaning you could score a huge payout if any of the anthem’s 300+ words are missed.

Team to Call First Timeout

  • Cincinnati Bengals -115
  • Los Angeles Rams -115

Who said timeouts have to be boring? Now you can make them exciting by betting on which team will be the first to call a timeout during the game. Rams head coach Sean McVay has already shown he’s not afraid to use his timeouts early, while Bengals head coach Zac Taylor has far less experience on the big stage. Pick a side and root for your team to call the game’s first timeout with this fun prop bet.

Team to Commit First Accepted Penalty

  • Cincinnati Bengals -115
  • Los Angeles Rams -115

Both the Bengals and Rams were among the NFL’s least penalized teams over this year’s 17-game regular season. Cincinnati had the second-fewest penalties in the league with just 72 penalties, while Los Angeles ranked fourth with 76 penalties. Keep in mind that this prop bet is based on an ‘accepted’ penalty, meaning that the flag doesn’t count if the penalty is declined by the opposing team.

Team Scoring First Wins the Game

  • Yes -190
  • No +145

This interesting prop bet is all about holding on to the lead. While we can’t be sure which team will score the game’s first points, both the Bengals and Rams have blown some big leads over the course of the season. Cincinnati blew a 10-point fourth quarter lead to the Jets back in October, while the Rams gave up a 31-14 lead to the Bucs just a few weeks ago in the Divisional Round before coming back to win late. With +145 betting odds on ‘No’, this unique prop bet could end up providing some solid value when it’s all said and done.

Snoop Dogg to Smoke on Stage?

  • Yes +225
  • No -310

This is a great example of the special prop bets available at Bovada Sportsbook. This year’s halftime show is expected to be one of the best ever and will feature the iconic rapper, Snoop Dogg. We all know Snoop loves to smoke some weed and this fun prop bet is based on whether the rap star will smoke while performing on stage.

Will there be a wardrobe malfunction?

  • Yes +1000
  • No -4000

The Super Bowl is known for some wild performances and it wouldn’t be the first time there was a wardrobe malfunction during the halftime show (just ask Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake). With ‘Yes’ paying out at 10x your bet amount and some unpredictable performers set to hit the stage, this special prop bet could end up being well worth the investment. All of the performers count towards this wager, but the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) must issue a fine for ‘Yes’ to be graded the winner.

Team to Have Longest Field Goal

  • Cincinnati Bengals -115
  • Los Angeles Rams -115

Even the kicker props garner attention from the betting community during the Super Bowl. All you need to do is bet on which team will finish the game with the longest field goal. The Rams have a solid veteran kicker in Matt Gay, who finished the second in the NFL’s regular season with a 94.1 FG%. The Bengals have rookie kicker Evan McPherson, who went an impressive 9-11 on kicks from 50+ yards this season and is a perfect 12-12 so far during Cincinnati’s playoff run.

Largest Lead for Either Team in the Game

  • Over 14.5 Points
  • Under 14.5 Points

Got a hunch this game will turn into a blowout? Or maybe you think the teams will be neck and neck the entire game? This prop bet at Bovada gives you the chance to cash in on your prediction by acting as an over/under for the game’s largest lead. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the Bengals or Rams that take the lead, all that matters are the number of points separating the two sides.

Will the Game Go to Overtime?

  • Yes +800
  • No -2000

For those that enjoy bets with bigger payout odds, this prop could land you a huge payday if the Super Bowl goes to overtime. It may seem like a longshot but the Bengals and Rams have already been to a combined total of five overtimes this season. With both teams so evenly matched and a championship on the line, don’t be surprised if this year’s Super Bowl requires an extra frame.

What Color Liquid Will Be Poured On the Winning Coach of Super Bowl 56?

  • Orange +210
  • Red +500
  • Lime/Green/Yellow +350
  • Clear/Water +350
  • Blue +400
  • Purple +500

Often referred to as ‘the Gatorade bet’, this is another prop bet that has become a Super Bowl tradition over the years. Ever since the mid 80’s, the head coach of the team that wins the Super Bowl gets a bucket of the sports drink dumped on his head in the game’s final moments. This fun prop gives you the chance to bet on the color of that liquid and gives you something to root for the end of the game.

Super Bowl LVI MVP

  • Matthew Stafford +105
  • Joe Burrow +230
  • Cooper Kupp +600
  • Ja’Marr Chase +2000
  • Aaron Donald +1800
  • Odell Beckham Jr. +2000

The Super Bowl MVP is selected by a panel of football writers, broadcasters and NFL fans, with the award being presented to the game’s most valuable player. The award has been won by a quarterback in four of the last five seasons, but this year could be different with so many talented players at other positions. The players listed above are the top five favorites to win this year’s Super Bowl MVP award, but you can find MVP betting odds on every player at Bovada Sportsbook.


*All odds as of February 1, 2022

It’s not only Super Bowl prop bets that are available at Bovada, there are a huge range of Super Bowl bets you can choose from: spread, moneyline, futures and much more. Be sure to check out the latest Super Bowl LVI preview before placing a bet on the winner!