Super Bowl LII: 5 Interesting Prop Bets to Target

The game itself is pretty important, but the score isn't the only thing to keep track of on Sunday. Which prop bets are most likely to hit in Minnesota?

The NFL season, like any good show, usually ends with a climactic finale that people will be talking about for years. Last season, Tom Brady officially became the GOAT after leading his team back from a 25-point deficit to win the first overtime game in Super Bowl history. Diehard NFL fans will be recalling moments from that game for years to come.

For less casual fans, though, this game is about watching Doritos commercials, Justin Timberlake, and having a few adult beverages. Whether you are a diehard fan or can't even name the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, this article should help you either way.

Many parties have fun games to play such as prop sheets, where you have to bet on if a player will throw more or less than X number of yards or throw for more or less than X number of touchdowns. Usually, the person who gets the most correct will win a prize. It's a great way to stay engaged in a game if you have no rooting interest.

This article is intended for entertainment purposes only. I am not advising you to bet actual money on these props created by bookmakers across the industry. I am just covering some popular and unique prop bets that are available and offering analysis as to which side to pick. The Super Bowl prop odds used here were pulled from OddsShark.