|2014 Super Bowl XLVIII TV, Broadcasting & Erin Andrews Prop Odds|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Saturday, 25 January 2014 16:00|
Super Bowl XLVIII TV Prop Odds
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (The Spread) - There are prop odds for nearly anything that you can think of for Super Bowl XLVIII, including those centered on the television broadcast.
How many times will Peyton Manning's father Archie be shown during the broadcast of Super Bowl XLVIII? According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the over/under has been set at 2 for Archie and three for Peyton's brother Eli Manning, who will certainly be in attendance at Metlife Stadium on February 2. Eli, of course, plays quarterback for the hometown Giants.
Speaking of Peyton, his use of the word "Omaha" as he's barking out signals at the line of scrimmage has caught fire on social media and national coverage over the past few weeks. How many times will Manning say the word "Omaha" during the game? The over/under has been set at a whopping 27, although if he says it once before every play then chances are the over will hit before the fourth quarter.
What will be said more during the broadcast of the game, references to the Broncos' No. 1 or best offense, or references to the Seahawks' No. 1 or best defense? The odds are split at -120 on the money line, meaning you would win $100.00 for every $120.00 that you wagered on either side of the prop.
Which coach will be mentioned first by name after the kickoff? Seahawks' coach Pete Carroll is -120 on the money line and so is Broncos' head man John Fox. As previously mentioned, this means that you'll win $100.00 for every $120.00 that you wagered on this particular prop bet.
Which sideline reporter will be seen first on TV after the kickoff of the game? Knockout Erin Andrews is favored at -140, while Pam Oliver is being offered at even money. Thus, for every $140.00 wagered on Andrews, you'll win $100.00 and for every $100.00 wagered on Oliver, you'll receive $100.
How many times will the FOX broadcast team make reference to Seattle's "12th man" during the broadcast? The over/under has been set at 2, while the over/under for the number of times that "Beast Mode" will be said during the game is also sitting at 2. "Beast Mode" is the nickname of Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, or at least that's in reference to when he's running over defenses with his brute force.
In somewhat of a bizarre prop bet, oddsmakers are offering bettors the chance to wager on whether or not the announcers will say the word "Marijuana" during the game. But the odds are against it happening. You'd have to put up $900.00 just to win $100.00, as opposed to putting up $100.00 to win $550.00 on the off chance that one of the announcers says the word.
Finally, will the announcers refer to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson being drafted in Major League Baseball at some point during the broadcast? The odds for "Yes" are +150 while the odds for "No" are -200.
How many times will Archie Manning be shown on TV during the game?
How many times will Eli Manning be shown on TV during the game?
What will be said more during the game?
Reference to Denver Broncos #1 or Best Offense -120
Reference to Seattle Seahawks #1 or Best Defense -120
Which coach will be mentioned first by name after kickoff?
Pete Carroll -120
John Fox -120
Who will be seen first on TV after kickoff?
Erin Andrews -140
Pam Oliver EVEN
How many times will "12th man" be said during the game?
How many times will "Beast Mode" be said during the game?
How many times will Peyton Manning say "Omaha" during the game?
Will the announcers say the word "Marijuana" during the game?
Will the announcers refer to Russell Wilson being drafted in the MLB?