Super Bowl 51: 5 Prop Bets to Profit From

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Super Bowl 51 is nearly here and the New England Patriots will attempt to win its fifth Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Atlanta is gunning for its first, and makes only the franchise's second Super Bowl appearance in 51 years.

Super Bowl betting will be off the hook just before kickoff with bettors wagering which team will win.

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So what are the most profitable prop bets online bookies can implement?

Who will win the Super Bowl MVP?

Three-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady leads odds for Super Bowl 51 MVP.

The quarterback has had a sterling career, and could cap it off with another Super Bowl ring this season.

Brady is at 5/6 to win the game's MVP, while Falcon's quarterback Matt Ryan, the regular season MVP, is 7/4.

Two wide receivers have been highlighted by many to be dark horses in the race for Super Bowl MVP.

The Falcon's Julio Jones sits at 16/1, while New England's Julian Edelman is 20/1.

Online bookies may see a lot of action on Edelman as he is the Pats' go to receiver with tight end Ron Gronkowski out injured.

Team to win both halves

Choosing which team will win the half isn't the easiest, but some great odds have been given for Super Bowl betting on this prop.

New England is 5/2 to win both halves and 2/7 to lose at least won.

Online bookies can see a healthy amount of bets on the team to win both halves as the Pats are favored to win the game outright.

With a strong defense, there is no reason the Pats can't win both. Atlanta is 7/2 to win both halves and 1/6 to lose at least one.

First touchdown scorer

Online bookies have some great Super Bowl betting odds on which player will score the first touchdown.

Falcons' running back Devonta Freeman is 8/1 to score the game's first touchdown.

Interestingly, Matt Ryan sits at 35/1 odds and Tom Brady at 40/1; two excellent bets that are worth a punt.

Ryan has five career rushing touchdowns and a bootleg play inside the 10-yard line could see him get another.

Ryan ran for a 14-yard touchdown in the NFC Conference title game.

Brady has run for considerably more. His 17 rushing TDs and fearless mentality make his 40/1 odds one of the best prop bets out there.

Game to go to overtime

Most experts see Super Bowl 51 finishing in regulation. The game is 9/1 to go into overtime, a great price, but it comes with a caveat.

No Super Bowl game has ever gone into overtime. Fifty Super Bowls have come and gone without ever finishing regulation tied. Could Super Bowl 51 be the first?

Props if you hate football

The Super Bowl halftime show has become synonymous with pomp.

This year sees Lady Gaga as the performer, and there are plenty of halftime show prop bets available.

Perhaps the most interesting is whether or not Gaga will suffer a wardrobe malfunction (+500 yes, -1000 no).

Of course, Gaga is outspoken about politics, and a bet on whether she will mention President Trump in Texas (a notorious red state) is at –140 yes and +100 no.

Remember, there are plenty more prop bets to implement, there is a ton of opportunity for price per head agents to being home cash next weekend.

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