Proposition bets are a growing part of betting on the Super Bowl. Jay Kornegay of LVH Sportsbook told KLAS-TV Las Vegas, "Years ago, there were maybe 20 or 30 propositions. And now, there are going to be over 300."
Many Chicago Bears fans probably rue the money they put down on Walter Payton to score the first touchdown in Super Bowl XX, only to see him not score a single touchdown in the game.
Now, bettors can get into a different kind of game regarding proposition bets. According to ESPN, Super Bowl XLV included such proposition bets as the number of times Brett Favre's name would be mentioned on the pregame show and who the Super Bowl MVP would thank first.
Which crazy proposition bets could people go for in Super Bowl XLVI?
Read along for some ideas.