- All Super Bowl bettors can now enter Bovada’s SB57 prop sheet contest to win $100,000 in crypto and signed NFL merchandise.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Bovada has officially released their Super Bowl 57 Prop Sheet Contest and bettors can make their picks for the 25-question contest.
This contest can be accessed and entered for free by all new and existing Bovada players from a computer or a mobile device, with $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency and signed NFL merchandise up for grabs.
How to Enter Bovada’s Super Bowl Prop Sheet Contest
For every player that has an account with Bovada Sportsbook in the US, the online book will send a message to the players’ betting inbox that has an invitation to the contest. This link will take every player to a new site, where you will select an answer for all 25 props.
After making the Super Bowl 57 picks, Bovada will ask for the player to create a username and enter the email address that is associated with your Bovada Sportsbook account.
Do I Have to Pay to Enter Bovada’s Prop Sheet Contest?
There are no fees for the Bovada prop sheet contest but every player must have deposited in the past at the sportsbook.
First Round Bovada Sheet Props
1. Will there be a scoring drive that takes less time than the National Anthem?
2. Will the coin toss result in heads or tails?
3. Will the Chiefs or the Eagles win the coin toss?
4. Will the first offensive play of the game be a run or a pass?
5. Will score occur within the first 6:30 of the game?
Trend for Contest: Tails has won the coin toss six times during the last nine Super Bowls.
Second Round of Bovada Sheet Props
6. Will the Eagles or the Chiefs score first?
7. Will the first score of the game be a touchdown or a field goal?
8. Will the first touchdown of the game be the result of a run or a pass?
9. Will the Eagles or the Chiefs record the first sack of the game?
10. Will the Eagles or the Chiefs lead at halftime?
Trend for Contest: 16 of the last 32 Super Bowls had a field goal as the first score of the game.
Third Five Bovada Sheet Props
11. Will “Diamonds” be the first halftime song performed by Rihanna?
12. Will Jay Z, Drake, or Eminem be featured during the SB Halftime Show?
13. Will a touchdown or a field goal be the first score of the second half?
14. Will Mahomes or Hurts have more passing yards in the Super Bowl?
15. Will Brown or Smith-Schuster have more receiving yards in the game?
Trend for Contest: Hurts averaged 246 YPG in the regular season, while Mahomes averaged 308 YPG.
Fourth Round of Bovada Sheet Props
16. Will McKinnon or Sanders finish the Super Bowl with more rushing yards?
17. Will there be a missed field goal or an extra point during the game?
18. Will the game have a defensive touchdown?
19. Will the game have multiple interceptions?
20. Will the Chiefs or the Eagles have more turnovers during the Super Bowl?
Trend for Contest: Mahomes had 12 interceptions in the regular season and Hurts only had six.
Fifth Round of Bovada Sheet Props
21. Will Super Bowl LVII go into overtime?
22. Will the Eagles or the Chiefs win SB57?
23. Will the final margin of victory be ten points or more?
24. Will the SB57 MVP award go to a player that is not a QB?
25. What will both teams' combined score be for the game?
Trend for Contest: Only one Super Bowl in NFL history has ever gone into overtime.
How to Win the Prop Sheet Prize at Bovada
In order to win the $100,000 worth of crypto, the player must correctly guess all 25 props and win the tiebreaker if necessary. If nobody wins outright, the prize will be split between the top players in the contest.
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Ben has been an avid sports fan his whole life and mostly follows football and basketball, both professional and collegiate. He is finishing his Editing, Writing, and Media Degree at Florida State University, with a minor in Business. Diving into the world of sports betting, he is ecstatic to work in an area that has combined his two passions of sports and writing.