Super Bowl Coin Toss Prop
Is the Super Bowl coin toss prop really a 50-50 situation or can you handicap it?
Well, it’s a coin toss, so it has to be a 50-50 chance. But there have been some interesting ‘trends’ emerge when this most popular Super Bowl prop is discussed.
Overall, through Super Bowl 53, tails held a slight 28-25 lead of heads for everyone keeping track at home.
NFC Wins 14 Coin Toss Props in a Row
If it’s 50-50, how the hell did the NFC manage to win 14 straight Super Bowl coin toss calls between Super Bowl 32 and 45? Sometimes the NFC called it right, sometimes the AFC called it wrong, but whatever. That’s a major coin toss trend!
Overall through Super Bowl 53, the NFC was dominating the Super Bowl coin toss prop with a 35-18 lead.
Win the Coin Toss, Lose the Game
It seems a little harsh to suggest that winning the coin toss can doom your team to failure in the Super Bowl. But the facts don’t lie.
In the 15 Super Bowls between No 38 and No. 52, the team that won the coin toss won just five times (Seattle in Super Bowl 48, Baltimore in Super Bowl 47, Green Bay in Super 45, New Orleans in Super Bowl 44 and the Giants in Super Bowl 42).
Overall, the edge is smaller with the coin toss winner going 28-24 in the game itself (through Super Bowl 52).
Patriots Flip Flop on Coin Toss
Here’s a perfect 9-0 Super Bowl coin toss prop winner for you: when the Patriots make the Super Bowl, pay close attention to the coin toss, then make your Super Bowl bet.
In nine Super Bowls, New England is perfect in doing the opposite of the coin toss. That means when they win the coin toss, they lose the game (three times). When they lose the coin toss, they win the game (six times).
Check the Super Bowl coin toss chart below to see for yourself.
Super Bowl Coin Toss Prop History
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