Prop bets for Super Bowl are popular, from Kelce brothers to Rihanna

*** BESTPIX *** PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - JANUARY 21: Jalen Hurts #1 of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts prior to a game against the New York Giants in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 21, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775925620 ORIG FILE ID: 1458342686
*** BESTPIX *** PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - JANUARY 21: Jalen Hurts #1 of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts prior to a game against the New York Giants in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 21, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775925620 ORIG FILE ID: 1458342686
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Sports betting remains wildly popular, and with the Super Bowl just hours away, millions of Americans are putting money down on the Kansas Chiefs or Philadelphia Eagles.

And they’re gambling on increasingly popular novelty prop bets — those side wagers that are often meaningless to the game, but in many ways more fun.

Maybe you’re old enough to have made money off William “The Refrigerator” Perry’s touchdown plunge in the 1986 Super Bowl between the Chicago Bears and the New England Patriots.

By most measures, the 300-pound defensive lineman’s score was the play that kicked off the novelty prop bet craze in America.

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Today, we’re betting on the color of Gatorade that the winning team will pour on their coach.

Here are five other prop bets to keep you interested, if the game turns into a snoozefest or blowout:

National Anthem: Over/Under of 1 minute and 59.5 seconds.

If he sings the anthem as smoothly as he does “Tennessee Whiskey,” Chris Stapleton can go on for 10 minutes and most of us wouldn’t mind.

Coin flip: Heads has been dynastic lately, winning four out of the last five Super Bowl flips.

The combined jersey numbers of every player who scores a touchdown. Yes, it’s a thing.

The Kelce Brothers bet: Will Chiefs tight end Travis have more receiving yards than his brother, Jason, has snaps while playing center for the Eagles?

What color will Rihanna’s eye shadow be to start the halftime show? Lots of Rihanna bets floating around the internet, including wagers on wardrobe malfunctions.

This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: Prop bets for Super Bowl are popular, from Kelce brothers to Rihanna