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NFL Super Bowl LVIII Novelty Props

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated February 9, 2024
10 min read

Super Bowl LVIII (58) has arrived, and it’s between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs look to win back-to-back Super Bowls as the 49ers look to get revenge from Super Bowl LIV, where they lost to them 31-20.

In addition to wagering on the game and markets like the moneyline, point spread, totals, parlays, and player props, there are also some novelty props to consider.

Here, we’ll look at what they are and try to give some recommendations. Remember this, though—these are considered “no skill” props, meaning they’re mostly random, but hey, they’re always fun, especially for a more casual fan.

Let’s dive in.

Best NFL Super Bowl LVIII Novelty Props & Predictions

Super Bowl 58 Novelty Props 

Coin TossHeads (+100)
Tails (+100)
Jersey Number of 1st Touchdown ScorerOver 22.5 (-115)
Under 22.5 (-105)
Over 22.5
Jersey Number of Last Touchdown ScorerOver 22.5 (-110)
Under 22.5 (-110)
Over 22.5 
Combined TD Scorer Jersey NumbersOver 121.5 (-150)
Under 121.5 (+125)
Over 121.5
Team to Make First Coaches ChallengeChiefs (-115)
49ers (-105)
ScorigamiYes (+2000)
No (-10000)

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Super Bowl 58 Novelty Props Analysis

Let's check out each of the picks listed in the table above and explain why I chose them.

Coin Toss: Tails (+100) at DraftKings

Tails never fails. It’s also been the result 30 times, compared to 27 times for heads. The result has been tails five times since Super Bowl 50.

Jersey Number of 1st Touchdown Scorer: Over 22.5 (-115) at DraftKings

There are some key players on both sidelines, with several 23 or higher:

  • 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey (23)

  • Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87)

  • 49ers tight end George Kittle (85)

However, there are many more with several 22 or less, including 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk, Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco, and their wide receiver Rashee Rice. 

We’re banking on either McCaffrey or Kelce finding the end zone first. McCaffrey had 21 total touchdowns this season, while Kelce is coming off an 11-catch game in the AFC Championship. 

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Jersey Number of Last Touchdown Scorer: Over 22.5 (-110) at DraftKings

With the Chiefs as small underdogs here, we like for them to look for Kelce in crunch time, needing a score to pull within a field goal or take the lead. He’ll be their most reliable target in that scenario. 

Conversely, we could see McCaffrey get the game-winning score, too.

Combined TD Scorer Jersey Numbers: Over 121.5 (-150) at DraftKings

The line for total touchdowns right now is at 5.5, with the under favored at -122.

Assuming five touchdowns are scored, we must look at the players most likely responsible—McCaffrey, Samuel, Kelce, Kittle, Aiyuk, and Pacheco.

If Kittle and Kelce score, you’re already over the number. However, if even one of them scores, you’ll need a combined jersey number of 37 to hit the over, which could be done in multiple ways. 

McCaffrey wears No. 23, Aiyuk wears No. 10, Samuel wears No. 19, Pacheco wears No. 10, and Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice wears No. 4.

Also, we can’t rule out the quarterback with Patrick Mahomes (15) and Brock Purdy (13).

With the tight ends having prominent roles, look for this to go over.

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Team to Make First Coaches Challenge: 49ers (-105) at DraftKings

Looking back at Super Bowl LIV, the 49ers and head coach Kyle Shanahan threw the challenge flag first. As the favored team here, look for them to do everything they can to get their revenge and fend off the Chiefs in another Super Bowl. 

Scorigami: No (-10000) at DraftKings

If you’ve never heard of Scorigami, it’s a term used to describe unique NFL scores. There were nine instances of it this season, the most recent being the Ravens 56-19 win over the Dolphins. 

The Eagles and Chiefs last season had a 38-35 finish, the second time ever in NFL history.

However, with two great defensive teams, we’ll likely see a score that’s a typical 20-17, 23-20, or something similar.

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For more Super Bowl novelty props and insights, check out the latest episode of Ride the Line podcast.

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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