FTN Super Bowl LVII Novelty Props Picks


Betting and the Super Bowl are the perfect combination. Per ESPN, a record $50.4 million adults in the United States are expected to combine to be approximately $16 billion on Super Bowl LVII. There are a multitude of different player and game bets, but some of the most enjoyable wagers do not involve the action on the field. 


Our FTN staff selected their favorite novelty props for Super Bowl LVII. Here are the FTN staff picks for some of the most fun majors surrounding Sunday’s Super Bowl extravaganza. 

How Long Will It Take Chris Stapleton to Sing the National Anthem?         

Over 2:05, -145; Under 2:05, +110

The Pick: Over 

Has an unbelievable voice. Would be a disservice if he didn’t dramatically carry out a few notes. Plus, his covers tend to go longer than the original songs. – Nick Makowitz

Who Will Be Shown First During the National Anthem?

Patrick Mahomes -135; Jalen Hurts +105

The Pick: Patrick Mahomes

The NFL is a business, you always promote your biggest stars first. – Benny Ricciardi

Who Will Be Shown First During the National Anthem?

Travis Kelce -185; A.J. Brown +140

The Pick: Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce Super Bowl Novelty Props

NFL will play up the brother narrative, where can I get odds that both brothers are shown before Brown? – Zac Graham

Did you hear there are brothers playing in this game? – Chris Meaney

KC Chiefs to Win Coin Toss and Win the Game

Yes 300; No -400

The Pick: Yes

I’ll take 3 to 1 on the team I think wins the game outright. – Mike Randle

Team to Make First Coach’s Challenge

Chiefs -120; Eagles 100

The Pick: Chiefs

Andy Reid can’t help himself. He’s always giddy to throw that red flag. – Michael Govier

Color of Rihanna’s First Outfit

Black +115; Gold +525; Silver/Grey +600; White +600; Green +650; Purple/Pink +800; Red +800; Brown +1000; Yellow +1000; Blue +1200; Orange +1800

The Pick: Green

Green is her favorite color. – Marshall Gershon


Halftime Show First Song

Diamonds +150; Don’t Stop The Music +250; Lift Me Up +550; What’s My Name +600; This Is What You Came For +700; Umbrella +800; Stay +900; We Found Love +1000; Where Have You Been +1200; Needed Me +1600; Higher +1800; Rude Boy +1800; Work +1800; Hate That I Love You +2200; Unfaithful +2500

The Pick: “We Found Love”

What better way to kick off the Super Bowl halftime show than the upbeat “We Found Love”? FanDuel also lists Calvin Harris as -200 to appear during the halftime show and he’s featured on this song so there might be value at this number. Full disclosure, I’m biased as this is my favorite Rihanna song, though she has a lot of good ones. – Nick Shlain

The Pick: “Where Have You Been?”

This is way tougher than it needed to be. Let’s be clear about one thing, Rihanna has a lot of bangers and many of them would be great opening songs to get the crowd fired up. There’s no value on “Don’t Stop the Music,” but that’s one of her first songs so I could see it. “This Is What You Came For” isn’t her song, it’s Calvin Harris’ jam. We could see CH there at some point though. I’m going with “Where Have You Been.” It fits and it bangs off the hop. – Chris Meaney

How Many Times Will Tom Brady Be Mentioned During the Super Bowl?

Over 1.5, -165; Under 1.5, +125

The Pick: Over

The game is on FOX and Brady has a massive deal with them as a broadcaster. – Alex Blickle

The Pick: Under

I doubt Greg Olsen will want to spend maybe his only Super Bowl call talking about his likely replacement (who likely will be much worse as an analyst). – Scott Spratt

Jersey Number of 1st TD Scorer

Over 11.5, +105; Under 11.5, -130

The Pick: Over

Patrick Mahomes running or Travis Kelce receiving after aggressive Andy Reid picks to receive and has a great first drive script. – Ryan Aske

Kelce has 8 TDs in his last nine playoff games and 14 in his last 12. He has at least one in five straight playoff games. We also get Dallas Goedert, all three Philadelphia running backs, Mahomes and Quez Watkins. Could see some shots down the field with Watkins. – Chris Meaney

Color First Gatorade Poured on Winning Head Coach

Orange +350; Blue +400; Yellow/Green +400; Red/Pink +450; Clear/Water +500; Purple +750; None +1000

The Pick: Yellow/Green

It was green when the Eagles won in 2017. It was Green when the Eagles won the NFC Championship game and when they clinched the title. – Chris Meaney

The Pick: Red/Pink

Marketing 101. Gatorade Shower is usually meant to match the winning teams primary color, and I like the Chiefs in this one. – Josh Gross

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