Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets

The NFL's 100th season will come to an end with Super Bowl LIV on Sunday. At around 6:30 PM EST, the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will battle to show the nation which team will be crowned Super Bowl champions and the best team during the 2019 - 2020 NFL season. 

Super Bowls have become more and more extravagant as the season's pass. Growing up, I remember the half time show was not that big of a spectacle until Michael Jackson's half time performance at the Rose Bowl in 1993 where the Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills. Since then, the half time show seemed to get bigger and bigger each year. Even after the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" during the Justin Timberlake/Janet Jackson number, we have seen Madonna in 2012, Katy Perry and the dancing left dolphin in 2015 and Beyonce in 2016. Plus, we had (in my opinion) the best Super Bowl half time performance when Prince stole the show in the rain in 2007. Even the Super Bowl coverage has become glamorized. It used to be a ninety-minute pre-game show and then the Super Bowl would start after. Now, coverage will start at 10 AM for some national sports media outlets. The commercials became prominent, especially the beer ones. Who can forget the "wazzzuuuuupppp" Budweiser commercials? The new current Super Bowl trend is how long the performer will take to sing the National Anthem.

As the popularity of the NFL grew, so did its biggest game. With so many trends and practically every television set tuned in to the big game, Super Bowl prop bets have become a growing party favor. Super Bowl prop bets are a fun and entertaining way to enjoy the entire game. Fans can bet on how long the National Anthem singing will take, which team will score the first points, which beer conglomerate will have the first beer commercial, and so on. We know that our readers have a hectic schedule, so we decided to put together a quick and easy prop bet sheet for you to print out and give out to your guests this Sunday.

Prop bets are simple, you print out the prop bet page, make a minimum entry fee (I use $5 per prop bet sheet) and answer the prop bet questions. Each correct guess is worth one point. The entry with the most points wins the entire pot, while the second-place winner receives their $5 back. In the case of a tie, the last question on the bottom of the page is the determining factor. That last question has the entrant guess the number of total points scored by either time. My friends and I like to use "Price is Right" rules: closest to the answer without going over. Super Bowl prop bets are a great way to keep your Super Bowl get-together fun, even if your team is not participating in the big day.

To print the Super Bowl prop bet sheet, click here: Super Bowl LIV Prop Bet Sheet. If you use our prop bet sheet, please take a picture of your Super Bowl party and tag Tyre Realty Group on Facebook and Instagram (@tyrerealtygroup). 

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