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(Just for fun, of course.)
Here are some fun ideas for Super Bowl bets & betting lines:
Which team will win the coin toss?
What will the line be at the end of the first half?
What will the line be at the end of the first quarter?
What will the line be at the end of the second quarter?
What will the line be at the end of the third quarter?
What will the line be at the end of the first quarter? (not including overtime)
How many total points will be scored by the home team?
How many total points will be scored by the visiting team?
Which will be the first team to score?
Which will be the last team to score?
Will the last team to score win the game?
Which team will fumble first?
Will there be a score in the last two minutes of the first half?
Will either team score three unanswered times?
Will there be a score in the first six and a half minutes of the game?
Which team will have the longest touchdown?
Will there be a successful two-point conversion?
Will there be a safety?
Which half will have the highest point score?
Will the home team ever have the lead?
Which team will commit the first turnover?
Which team will get the first penalty?
Which will be the first team to have an injury time-out?
Which team will use the coaches’ challenge first?
Which team will be the first to call a timeout?
Will there be overtime?
The total number of fumbles lost will be over/under [some number].
The total number of sacks will be over/under [some number].
The total number of field goals will be over/under [some number].
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