More Super Bowl Prop Bets

We're already on Jordin Sparks singing the national anthem in under 1 minute and 42 seconds, and we've found a couple more Super Bowl props we like.

First, there's a prop asking whether or not Super Bowl XLII will be the most watched Super Bowl in History. We say yes. With the NFL's popularity at an all-time high, the Patriots going for a perfect 19-0 record, and the large New York market that the Giants hail from having a huge interest in the game, we think it will easily be the most watched in history.


The second prop we found while browsing through the seemingly thousands Bodog has to offer asks whether or not Don Shula will be on the field to shake Bill Belichick's hand after the game. If the unthinkable happens and the Patriots lose, there would be no reason for Don Shula, who coached the Miami Dolphins to a perfect 17-0 in 1972, to be anywhere near the Patriots' coach. Come to think of it, there is no reason for Don Shula to be on the field if the Patriots win, either.

Although both of these props require laying some chalk, we don't mind doing so in these cases, since we should be chalking both up as easy victories come February 3.