2013 Super Bowl Prop Bet Worth a Look: The Coin Toss Heads or Tails

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/02/2013
2013 Super Bowl Prop Bet Worth a Look:  The Coin Toss Heads or Tails

Looking for the 2014 Super Bowl coin toss bet odds, visit here.  Typically we here at Gambling911.com don’t pay much attention to the coin toss despite its popularity amongst gamblers, but this is a 2013 Super Bowl prop bet that is under our radar, being the stats freaks that we are.

The coin toss has never yielded the same result five straight Super Bowls and in the last four, heads has won.  As such, we recommend betting on TAILS to win the 2013 Super Bowl coin toss. 

Nearly 65 percent of those betting on the coin toss (and there are many who do) were backing tails to hit.

Below is a history of the Super Bowl coin toss and results for heads and tails.

Superbowl

Score

Coin Result

Toss Winner

I

Packers 35-10 Chiefs

Heads

Packers

II

Packers 33-14 Raiders

Tails

Raiders

III

Jets 16-7 Colts

Heads

Jets

IV

Chiefs 23-7 Vikings

Tails

Vikings

V

Colts 16-13 Cowboys

Tails

Cowboys

VI

Cowboys 24-3 Dolphins

Heads

Dolphins

VII

Dolphins 14-7 Redskins

Heads

Dolphins

VIII

Dolphins 24-7 Vikings

Heads

Dolphins

IX

Steelers 16-6 Vikings

Tails

Steelers

X

Steelers 21-17 Cowboys

Heads

Cowboys

XI

Raiders 32-14 Vikings

Tails

Raiders

XII

Cowboys 27-10 Broncos

Heads

Cowboys

XIII

Steelers 35-31 Cowboys

Heads

Cowboys

XIV

Steelers 31-19 Rams

Heads

Rams

XV

Raiders 27-10 Eagles

Tails

Eagles

XVI

49ers 26-21 Bengals

Tails

49ers

XVII

Redskins 27-17 Dolphins

Tails

Dolphins

XVIII

Raiders 38-9 Redskins

Heads

Raiders

XIX

49ers 38-16 Dolphins

Tails

49ers

XX

Bears 46-10 Patriots

Tails

Bears

XXI

Giants 39-20 Broncos

Tails

Broncos

XXII

Redskins 42-10 Broncos

Heads

Redskins

XXIII

49ers 20-16 Bengals

Tails

49ers

XXIV

49ers 55-10 Broncos

Heads

Broncos

XXV

Giants 20-19 Bills

Heads

Bills

XXVI

Redskins 37-24 Bills

Heads

Redskins

XXVII

Cowboys 52-17 Bills

Heads

Bills

XXVIII

Cowboys 30-13 Bills

Tails

Cowboys

XXIX

49ers 49-26 Chargers

Heads

49ers

XXX

Cowboys 27-17 Steelers

Tails

Cowboys

XXXI

Packers 35-21 Patriots

Heads

Patriots

XXXII

Broncos 31-24 Packers

Tails

Packers

XXXIII

Broncos 34-19 Falcons

Tails

Falcons

XXXIV

Rams 23-16 Titans

Tails

Rams

XXXV

Ravens 34-7 Giants

Tails

Giants

XXXVI

Patriots 20-17 Rams

Heads

Rams

XXXVII

Buccaneers 48-21 Raiders

Tails

Bucs

XXXVIII

Patriots 32-29 Panthers

Tails

Panthers

XXXIX

Patriots 24-21 Eagles

Tails

Eagles

XL

Steelers 21-10 Seahawks

Tails

Seahawks

XLI

Colts 29-17 Bears

Heads

Bears

XLII

Giants 17-14 Patriots

Tails

Giants

XLIII

Steelers 27-23 Cardinals

Heads

Cardinals

XLIV

Saints 31-17 Colts

Heads

Saints

XLV

Packers 31-25 Steelers

Heads

Packers

XLVI

Giants 21-17 Patriots

Heads

Patriots

XLVII

Ravens vs 49ers

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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