10 of the Weirdest Super Bowl Prop Bets Available for Super Bowl 2020

| January 23, 2020 11:29 am PST
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If you want your eyes opened to a profusion of wagers, go ahead and scan over the best Super Bowl betting sites. Just don’t expect all of the top Super Bowl prop bets to be offered everywhere you look.

If your goal is to track down each and every crazy Super Bowl prop that’s out there, you’ll never see the light of day. Fortunately, I took the time and was diligent in my process. I scoured the internet looking for the weirdest Super Bowl 2020 prop bets, and here’s what I came up with.

Will Joe Buck Mention His Dad Jack Buck?

Yes +120
No -160

My pal Noah Davis covered a bunch of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman props in a dedicated post, but perhaps this one was too silly to even discuss. Jack Buck was a celebrated broadcaster in the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, but he passed away in 2002, and he had no ties to San Francisco or Kansas City.

I can’t remember if Joe mentioned his father’s name in previous Super Bowls that he has covered, but nothing stands out here that would push me toward betting on yes.

  • No

Largest Wager by Vegas Dave Oancea

Over $500,000 +100
Under $500,000 -140

The “joke of all jokes,” Vegas Dave has continued to embarrass himself in front of the world. My guess is Holly Sonders’ purse-carrying husband will pretend he bets at least half a million on Super Bowl 2020, and he’ll probably even fabricate a betting ticket and post it all over his social media platforms just like he has done in the past.

However, until a sportsbook starts corroborating his bogus claims, I just can’t take this guy seriously. What he’ll most likely do is bet equal amounts on both sides and end up making money off of the unfortunate individuals who fall victim to his scam.

  • Under $500,000

Will Dee Ford Line Up Offside?

Yes +200
No -300

This one fits the description of “weird Super Bowl prop bets” to a T. In between a bunch of random props about players getting arrested and fans running onto the field, MyBookie decided to chuck in a wager about whether or not Dee Ford will line up offside.

The 49ers defensive end committed just one penalty during the regular season, and it had nothing to do with lining up in the neutral zone. Not only is this just a strange Super Bowl prop bet, but I actually think there’s a bit of value lurking by latching onto “no.”

  • No

Will They Show the Golden Gate Bridge?

Yes +300
No -500

I get that the Golden Gate Bridge is a landmark that’s synonymous with the city of San Francisco, but Super Bowl 2020 is taking place some 3,100 miles away in South Beach. Perhaps a commercial alluding to San Fran could lead to a clip of the nearly 9,000-foot-long bridge being shown, but this Super Bowl 54 prop just feels a bit out of place.

  • No

First Tight End to Be Shown During National Anthem

George Kittle -120
Travis Kelce -120

I showcased a handful of Demi Lovato and National Anthem prop bets, but this one was a bit too off the wall to include. Here, we have the best two tight ends in the sport, yet we’re going to bet on which one gets shown first during the National Anthem?

No thanks.

If you are craving some action on either George Kittle and/or Travis Kelce, you are better off tackling the props related to their performance on the field. You can find them at a number of the top NFL sportsbooks online.

  • Pass

Number of Women to Claim Sleeping With Jimmy Garoppolo During Super Bowl Week

Over 1 -120
Under 1 -120

Once Jimmy G went on a date with adult film star Kiara Mia, the public couldn’t get enough of Garoppolo’s personal life. The San Francisco QB didn’t earn the nickname “Jimmy GQ” by being ugly, and it’s obvious that women all over the world would love to get their hands on the face of the 49ers franchise.

Jimmy has tried his best to keep his dating life out of the spotlight this season, and the last thing he needs before Super Bowl 54 is distractions on social media. I’ll go with the under here.

  • Under 1

Will an Animal Appear on the Field? (No Birds)

Yes +550
No -1000

This is a bit of a weird Super Bowl prop bet, but it doesn’t come completely out of the blue. Ever since a black cat scampered onto the field during a Monday Night Football game between the Giants and the Cowboys, a portion of the NFL community has become infatuated with animals running onto the field.

I have to think the security at Super Bowl 2020 will take their time in securing the premises, meaning no cats or dogs will be making an appearance at Hard Rock Stadium. Maybe a sewer rat sneaks in, but hopefully the folks at MyBookie won’t notice!

  • No

Which Food Brand Commercial Will Air First?

Doritos +125
Snickers +150
Cheetos +300
Avocados From Mexico +500

I’m sure all four of these brands will feature an ad sometime during the Super Bowl, so I’m not sure I feel the urge to bet on which one will be shown first. With that being said, I’ve heard some rumblings that have me leaning toward betting on Snickers.

Adage.com released the following statement on January 21st.

“Snickers said it plans to present a long-form version of its Super Bowl ad on its YouTube page next week, ahead of the shorter version airing during the third commercial break in the first quarter of the Super Bowl.”

I won’t bet big here, but that snippet of information is enough to have me intrigued.

  • Snickers

Will Breasts Be Shown?

Yes +1000
No -2500

Believe it or not, the oddsmakers at BetOnline aren’t the only ones going after a wager involving breasts. XBet has a similar wager — “Will Julia Rose or Lauren Summer be shown flashing” — only you’d have to lay -5000 if you wanted to invest in “no.”

The pair of females were banned by the MLB for flashing their bosoms during Game 5 of the 2019 World Series, but the NFL never stepped in and put them on any blacklist.

We also have to consider any halftime snafus like we saw with Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson at Super Bowl 38. My guess is the NFL intends to keep their product at “PG-13” as possible, meaning no free shows for the public.

  • No

Will Trump Call Winning Coach After the Game?

Yes +500
No -1000

Kyle Shanahan was once quoted as “being bothered” by remarks made by President Trump, so it’s safe to say that Kyle isn’t Donald’s #1 fan. On the other hand, KC coach Andy Reid was a supporter of Kansas governor (2018-2019) Jeff Colyer, who happens to be a member of the Republican Party.

While many coaches in professional sports have been outspoken regarding their displeasure surrounding Trump, I haven’t seen a single negative thing uttered from the mouth of Andy Reid.

Donald seems to like chumming it up with his advocates, and I predict that the Chiefs will win Super Bowl 2020. So yeah, I’ll go ahead and scoop up the value associated with yes.

  • Yes
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