NFL Prop Shop: Off-the-Wall Super Bowl Edition
With plenty of downtime left before the big game kicks off on February 3rd, let's have a little fun with four off-the-wall, non-game related props currently being offered.
All props and odds are currently available at Sportsinteraction.com.
National anthem - Will Alicia Keys mess up the words: No (-300)
Seriously? After Christina Aguilera fumbled the anthem a couple of years ago in Dallas, there's no chance we'll see a true professional like Alicia Keys botch the anthem in New Orleans. I'm surprised this prop isn't being priced north of -500 to be honest. The price is still steep, but this should be a gimme.
Halftime show - Will Jay-Z make a cameo appearance: Yes (+110)
I don't think there's anyone out there that doesn't see this one coming. With his wife taking the stage, you can bet that Jay-Z will have a hand in the halftime show. Rumors have pushed the price down, allowing us to step in and earn a plus-money return on what I consider a high-percentage play.
Halftime show - What song will Beyonce open with: Crazy In Love (+180)
The choice is simple here. Beyonce goes with her most well-known and well-received song to open the set. We might even be able to kill two birds with one stone, as this would be an ideal spot for a Jay-Z sighting.
Barack's team - Which team will president Barack Obama select to win: Baltimore (+300)
Keep in mind, there are three selections being offered, with fence-sitter being the third option. I'll take a shot with Barack backing his neighbors from Baltimore. The Ravens have paid their dues over the years, and they just seem like the type of hard-working team that the president would support.
Of course, fence-sitter is being priced at -575 for a reason, so tread lightly.
- AAA Sports
- May 2, 2016 - 8:10 PM
- Offered at:
- pinnacle @ -175 Houston
AAA Sports has jumped out to an AWESOME start to the 2016 MLB campaign with profits exceeding +$10,000 units, a record put together by playing favs, dogs, totals and run-line selections. They’re famous throughout the industry for routinely nailing their LARGEST plays, don’t dare miss out on this one, BE THERE!
If you don’t mind laying some juice, we think that Astros’ ace Dallas Keuchel is worth the price of admission in this spot. The visitors send Jose Berrios (0-1, 11.25 ERA) to the hill, he was rocked for five runs off six hits over four innings in his MLB debut vs. the Indians on Wednesday. Berrios is a converted short-stop and may need some more time in the minors to round out his game, but the Twins are desperate for starting pitching. Keuchel (2-3, 4.41 ERA) is coming off an outing to forget in which he gave up five runs off six hits with two walks and five K’s over six innings in an 11-1 loss at Seattle on Tuesday. Keuchel will be glad to see the calendar flip to May after a frustrating April but remember, the 28-year-old southpaw would go 15-0 with a 1.46 ERA at home last season. This is a mismatch of epic proportions, consider laying the price.