Now that the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers have advanced to Super Bowl 54, sportsbooks have two weeks to come up with more ideas for how to bet on the Super Bowl, and will create all sorts of Super Bowl prop bets to attract greater interest in betting on the game.
As prop bets on the Super Bowl continue to grow in popularity, available betting lines on prop bets continue to grow as well. Here are some of the wildest and most fun Super Bowl prop bets that you can bet on for the 2020 Super Bowl.
- Total Trump Tweets on February 2 (Super Bowl Sunday)
Despite all that President Trump has going on, whether it be his Senate impeachment hearings or the crisis in Iran, he always finds time to keep his Twitter feed active. A few days ago, on January 22nd, he broke his own record for the most Presidential Tweets in a day with an astounding 140 posts.
Will President Trump be too busy with worldly affairs, or too laser-focused on the Super Bowl to update his Twitter feed? The answer should be yes, but he won’t be able to contain himself. If it doesn’t appear on Twitter, it didn’t happen, right?
Bovada has set the over/under for the number of tweets at 13.5 for the day.
Over 13.5 Tweets +135
Under 13.5 Tweets -175
- How Many Wardrobe Changes for Jennifer Lopez (J-Lo) During the Halftime Show?
No modern vocal performance would be complete without several outfit changes for the singer. Jennifer Lopez, aka J-Lo, is known for her fashion sense, has many fashion-related sponsorships, and even made headlines recently by walking the runway wearing Versace.
Even though the halftime performance is typically over within fifteen minutes, and Shakira will need to complete her performance within that same timeframe, there’ll still be plenty of opportunities for several wardrobe changes.
over 2.5 -140
under 2.5 EVEN
- Will any of “The Fly Girls” from In Living Color Make an Appearance?
Back in the early 1990s, when Fox was still a fledgling new network, In Living Color, a sketch comedy show created and produced by the Wayans Brothers, was one of their highest-rated programs.
Often when the show went to or returned from a commercial break, an all-female dance troupe called “The Fly Girls” would dance to ease the transition. A featured member of the dance group was none other than Jennifer Lopez, although it was long before she became famous and became J-Lo.
If anyone remembers In Living Color, it’s probably because it was the show that launched Jim Carrey to a massive career in show business. With that said, it’d be outside the realm of normalcy to think that anyone would want to include a reunion of a dance troupe from an old television show that no one remembers.
- Will there be a Wardrobe Malfunction (During the Halftime Performance)?
At first glance, this may seem like a random item to include in the betting lines. In 2004, Super Bowl 38 featured a halftime performance by Janet Jackson with a surprise appearance by Justin Timberlake.
However, there was another surprise appearance. To conclude the performance, the two sang a duet of Timberlake’s “Rock Your Body.” At the end of the song, just after singing the final lyric, “I bet I’ll have you naked by the end of this song,” Justin removed a section of Janet’s top, revealing one of her breasts, albeit covered by a nipple shield.
Since then, Super Bowl officials have tightened up the guidelines for halftime performers, but still, this is a betting line that we’ll likely see for every Super Bowl going forth.
- Will any Player Propose to his Girlfriend on the Field After the Game?
Apparently, winning the Super Bowl isn’t enough of a reason to celebrate. Perhaps some players may feel the need to add to the excitement by proposing to their significant other just after the big game.
Has it ever happened? Yes. Once. Just after defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 46, New York Giants linebacker Greg Jones took a knee and provided the betting world with a recurring prop bet for years to come.