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NFL Super Bowl LVII Novelty Props

Super Bowl Novelty Props

Super Bowl 57 is here and it’s between the No. 1 seed Philadelphia Eagles from the NFC and the No. 1 seed Kansas City Chiefs from the AFC.

However, what makes the Super Bowl exciting beyond the game are the novelty props that appear each year. 

Here, we’ll take a 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. 

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Let’s dive in. 

Super Bowl 57 Novelty Props 




Coin Toss

Heads (+100)

Tails (+100)


Combined Jersey Number of All Touchdown Scorers

Over 160.5 (-105)

Under 160.5 (-115)



Yes (+1400)

No (-5000)


Position of MVP

QB (-650)

WR (+650)

TE (+900)

RB (+1200)

DL (+2500)

LB (+2800)

CB (+5000)

S (+7500)

OL (+10000)

K/P/LS (+15000)


Team to Make First Coaches Challenge

Chiefs (-120)

Eagles (+100)


Will the first challenge be successful?

Yes (-135)

No (+110)



Yes (+2000)

No (-10000)


Kick to Hit Post

Yes (+450)

No (-650)


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Super Bowl 57 Novelty Props Analysis

Coin Toss: Tails (+100)

Tails never fails. It’s also been the result 29 times compared to 27 times for heads. Tails is also due to happen since it’s been heads in four of the last five Super Bowls. 

Combined Jersey Numbers: Over 160.5 (-105)

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is No. 87, and one touchdown from him already makes up half of this. He’s scored three times in the last two games and is unlikely to stop here. This should be a higher-scoring game, so if he gets in the end zone even once, the over looks great. 

Octopus: Yes (+1400)

An octopus is a player scoring a touchdown and the ensuing two-point conversion. While this is somewhat hard to peg, there’s definitely a possibility of Kelce doing just this during the game, so why not take a chance at +1400?

Position of MVP: Tight End (+900)

Sure, this is most likely to go to the winning quarterback, but again, Kelce is the type of player that could catch 15+ balls for well over 100 yards and multiple scores. If that’s the case, it’ll be hard to pass him up even though Mahomes is the one who helped deliver those results. 

Team to Challenge First: Eagles (+100)

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni used to work for Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. You know he’s just waiting to enact some kind of revenge against his former boss. 

First Challenge Successful?: Yes (-135)

Sirianni won’t challenge for the sake of challenging—he’s challenged just three times all year. However, if he does, it’ll be because he knows he’s right. This is the Super Bowl. This is a mistake he cannot afford to make. 

Scorigami: No (-10000)

Scorigami is a term used for unique NFL scores. There were three this year, including the following: 

  • Week 4: Seahawks 48, Lions 45
  • Week 13: Cowboys 54, Colts 19
  • Week 16: Bengals 22, Patriots 18

The most recent Scorigami to occur in the Super Bowl was the Broncos 43-8 shellacking over the Seahawks nine years ago. 

It’s unlikely to happen here. 

Kick to Hit Post: No (-650)

Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker and Eagles kicker Jake Elliott are both great at what they do, and they’re playing in a dome in Arizona. They’re not going to hit the post or crossbar. Not happening in these elements. 

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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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