Easy Money Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets

Easy Money Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets

Easy Money Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets

Whether you’re an experienced NFL bettor, a casual fan that only likes to bet on the Super Bowl or fall somewhere in between, you should know that there are some ‘easy money’ bets to be made on Super Bowl 52. This look at some of the easiest props odds on the board for Super Bowl 52 will help you in your quest to cash in early and often!

Make Easy Money Using My Must Bet Super Bowl 52 Props

Philadelphia Eagles (15-3) vs. New England Patriots (15-3) 
When: Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 6:30 PM ET 
Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Spread: New England -4.5
Over/Under: 48.5 
Stream: NBC Sports Live

  • Tom Brady shown during Anthem -900
    Tom Brady not shown during Anthem +500

    Of course the league is going to show its ‘Golden Boy’ standing proud during the national anthem with his hand over his heart!
  • Either team 4 straight scores +255
    No team 4 straight scores -310

    No team is scoring four straight times in Super Bowl 52.
  • PHI scores a safety +1600
    PHI no safety scored -3200

    The likelihood of a safety is highly, highly, improbable.
  • Any kickoff return for TD +1400
    No kickoff return for TD -2500

    The likelihood of a kickoff return for a touchdown isn’t as low as a safety, but both teams have solid special teams, so no, it’s not happening.
  • A missed extra point kick +265
    No missed extra point kick -325

    Stephen Gostkowski and Jake Elliott are both excellent kickers. Not gonna’ happen!
  • Onside kick successfully recovered +775
    No onside kick recovered or attempted -1200

    Again, both, the Patriots and Eagles have heady special teams and will likely be on high alert for some trick special teams play! The likelihood of a onside kick recovery is almost non-existent.
  • Carson Wentz mentioned over 3?? times -245
    Carson Wentz mentioned under 3?? times +175

    Carson Wentz is a star in the making and I expect the Eagles franchise signal-caller to be mentioned at least four or five times.
  • Al & Cris say "Gronk" over 3?? times -390
    Al & Cris say "Gronk" under 3?? times +270

    The super repetitive Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will combine to say “Gronk” at least five times, probably in the first half!
  • A. Michaels or C. Collinsworth say "Rocky" +165
    Neither say "Rocky" during broadcast -215

    Seriously? How can you ‘not’ say Rocky when you’re broadcasting an Eagles game?
  • Al or Cris say "City of Brotherly Love" +160
    Neither say "City of Brotherly Love" -210

    Again, it’s a given that one or both of the NFL announcers says the term. "City of Brotherly Love" during the Super Bowl 52 broadcast!