2012 Super Bowl Prop Bet Picks
7 prop bets you need to wager on Super Bowl XLVI from Touthouse.com
Okay pro football betting enthusiasts, if you’re an NFL gridiron gambler that likes increasing their chances of cashing in with some 2012 Super Bowl XLVI prop bets wagering, then you’re going to love the multitude of fun-filled Super Bowl prop bets surrounding the quickly-approaching matchup between the underdog New York Giants (14-9 SU, 13-9-1 ATS, 10-12-1 O/U) and favored New England Patriots (17-5 SU, 12-10 ATS, 14-8 O/U). The respective conference title winners will meet up on February 5, live from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN at 6:30 PM ET in one of the more highly anticipated Super Bowl matchups in recent memory.
Both teams come into this season’s Super Bowl matchup sizzling hot with the Giants having won five consecutive games and six of their L/7 overall and New England riding an insane 10-game winning streak. The G-Men are averaging 25.0 points per game while allowing 23.1 per game defensively while the Patriots have put up a whopping 32.3 points per contest while allowing 20.7 per game defensively. Of course, the Giants have also undergone a massive transformation since just before the end of the regular season and enter this matchup having not allowed more than 20 points in each of their last five games. New York also beat New England 24-20 in Week 9 of the regular season to cash in as a 9-point road underdog. The last three meetings between these teams have all be decided by four points or fewer, including New York’s 17-14 win over the Pats in the Super Bowl four years ago.
Super Bowl XLVI
Now, however, let’s get back to talking about the fantastic 2012 Super Bowl prop bets surrounding this game. First and foremost, Super Bowl bettors should know that NFL props odds bets have increased tenfold over the last decade – and now include betting on everything under the sun from the color of the Gatorade being poured on the winning head coach to the amount of catches one team’s third of fourth string wide receivers will make (seriously). One can also wager on the color of Tom Brady and Eli Manning’s underroos to who has the bigger waist between head coach Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin (okay, we’re joking).
In all seriousness though, NFL props odds betting is a massively-fun-filled and exciting way to go – and one way to stay extra involved in the game whether one team is getting routed or whether the game turns out to be a knock-down, drag-out thriller. Some of this year’s Super Bowl prop bet picks include, but are certainly not limited to the following seven, which are all offering fantastic – and realistic – chances to cash in.
Will Either Team Score Three Straight Times Unanswered
Analysis: I like this NFL props odds wager and bettors can keep it really simple here by simply picking yes or no for three straight scores by one team – it’s that simple!
First Turnover of the Game
No Turnovers in the Game +800
Analysis: You know there’s going to be a turnover at some point in the game … now make your pick – and if you can foresee the future, let us know about it!
Last score in the Game
FG or Safety +160
Analysis: Once again, NFL props odds betting fanatics have one of three choices for the game’s final score. A little it of due diligence – and some good fortune – could pay off big with this one!
Longest Touchdown in the Game
Over 50.5 Yards -115
Under 50.5 Yards -115
Analysis: Will there be a score in the game over 50.5 yards or not? This pick doesn’t take a rocket scientist to make – and you’re going to have a 50 percent chance of cashing in no matter which wager you take!
First to Score
Last to Score
Analysis: The first to score and last to score NFL props are easy selections to make depending in which team you like to win this huge matchup. Do your homework here gamblers and see how many times each team scored first in their game this season – and how many ties they scored last. Having some concrete research never hurts!
To Win Super Bowl MVP
Eli Manning +200
Victor Cruz +800
Hakeem Nicks +1200
Ahmad Bradshaw +1800
Tom Brady -125
Wes Welker +1200
Aaron Hernandez +1200
Rob Gronkowski +750
Analysis: This is a fun, fun, fun pick no matter how you look at it. You could play it safe and go with one of the big name players like Brady or Manning – or try to strike pay dirt in a big way with someone like Hakeem Nicks or Aaron Hernandez – two players that should have at least realistic chances! No matter which NFL props odds wagers you decide to play for this season’s NFL title game, you’re going to find that props betting on NFL games is ultra-fun and adds more excitement to the game than ever.