There are some ridiculous Super Bowl prop bets being offered by online sportsbooks, over 100 of them. Half of them are about actual, game-related stats and the rest are the silly stuff.

Super Bowl LI Proposition Bets At The Westgate Las Vegas Race & Sports SuperBook
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  1. The odds that a fan trolls Tom Brady by tossing a "slightly deflated football" on the field: 19-to-1. There are better odds that a fan tosses a flare on the field (15-to-1) and much longer odds that a sex toy is tossed on the field (45-to-1).
  2. Falcons coach Dan Quinn is bald, and the odds that he wears a hair-piece during the game: 50-to-1.
  3. The odds that any player does a "Dirty Bird" touchdown celebration: 10-to-13.
  4. The odds of announcer Joe Buck being clean shaven for the Super Bowl broadcast: 10-to-1. Buck does have a penchant for rocking the stubble.
  5. The odds the word 'DeflateGate' is not mentioned during the whole game by Buck, his partner Troy Aikman, or the sideline reporters: 8-to-1.
  6. Over-under on the times 'Dynasty' will be said during the broadcast: 3.5
  7. Odds there is a halftime show wardrobe malfunction: 2-to-1. The odds are really short on this one. So, they must be defining 'wardrobe malfunction' broadly.
  8. The odds that Lady Gaga has a wardrobe malfunction that, "must expose an intimate part of the body": 15-to-1.
  9. The odds Gaga wears an outfit that Fox needs to blur for indecency: 3-to-2.
  10. The odds someone catches on fire during the halftime show: 25-to-1.
  11. The odds someone falls off the stage during the halftime show: 12-to-1.
  12. The over-under on commercials that parody Donald Trump: 1.5.
  13. The odds Patriots coach Bill Belichick hosts "Saturday Night Live" in the weeks following the Super Bowl: 5,000-to-1.
  14. The odds that Gaga says the word "Trump" at any time during the Super Bowl halftime show: 9-to-5.
  15. Odds that Joe Buck or Troy Aikman mention that Tom Brady was drafted in the 6th Round of the NFL Draft during the broadcast: 1-to-2.

Get more prop bets at USA Today.

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