Super Bowl XLIV displays two of the most explosive offenses in football, the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints.
Quarterback Peyton Manning will be making his second appearance in the big game while Quarterback Drew Brees will be making his first.
With the amount of talent from both sides, this is expected to be an exciting game to watch—which also leaves the way open for plenty of fun Super Bowl prop bets.
Yes, there are the typical common bets such as the score at the end of each quarter and the winner of the game.
However, we decided to mix it up a bit and combine some of the most common bets with ones most sites wouldn't think about displaying.
Here are prop bets for Super Bowl XLIV between the Colts and Saints. Enjoy!
After the Colts and Saints both started 13-0, many were hoping for a possible Super Bowl XLIV consisting of two undefeated teams looking to become the second team in NFL history to finish a season 19-0.
Instead, both teams fell short of perfection.
Indianapolis decided resting their starters was more important in two losses to the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills in Weeks 16 and 17.
New Orleans, on the other hand, ended the season on a three-game losing skid and were questioned about how deep they would go in the postseason.
Super Bowl XLIV will display two of the best offenses in the Colts and Saints.
As exciting as the matchup will be, it's no secret how much fans would rather see two undefeated teams squaring off for the Lombardi Trophy.
It's that time of year again where Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Brett Favre enters his offseason decision-making mode that can last anywhere from 1-6 months.
Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress said Favre has no deadline to make a decision on whether or not he will return next season.
After the beating he took against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship, it may be best for No. 4 to return to Mississippi for good.
Whatever he decides to do, the debate on whether or not Favre will return next season is most likely going to be the top headline this offseason—which means there will be plenty of talk about it during the Super Bowl
What's more fun than a bet before the Super Bowl even begins?
There's a 50-50 chance of predicting the winner of the coin toss right before the start of Super Bowl XLIV.
The only question to decide is which team to choose, the Colts or the Saints?
The matchup between the Colts and Saints in Super Bowl XLIV will display two of the most explosive offenses in football.
Despite losing Marvin Harrison, Manning made stars out of other wide receivers such as Austin Collie and Pierre Garcon.
Along with Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark, he helped a Colts' team average 26 points per game during the regular season and become one of the most dangerous offenses in football .
The same argument can be said about Drew Brees and the Saints' offense--who finished first in both points per game (31.9) and yards per game (403.8).
With two of the most dominant offenses--along with two defenses known to give up points--Super Bowl XLIV should be one high-scoring game for both the Colts and Saints.
The only question is, which team will score first?
For the third time in four years, Archie Manning will attend the Super Bowl to watch one of his sons play.
While he has yet to have to face the decision on choosing between who to root for if the Colts and Giants face-off in the big game, Archie still has to deal with Peyton playing against his former team in the Saints.
Archie played with the Saints from 1971-82 and still resides in New Orleans. However, family is family as he will be rooting for his son Peyton to win his second Super Bowl since 2006.
Still, this will be one storyline that will most likely be mentioned numerous times throughout the game.
For the sixth-straight year, GoDaddy.com will display some of the most fascinating commercials for men of all ages that will leave jaws dropped--and in no way is that depressing.
GoDaddy.com—with the help of spokeswoman Danika Patrick—is arguably one of the most successful companies to display Super Bowl ads over the last couple of years.
The handful of attractive spokeswomen leaves their audience curious to view the rest of their commercials on their website.
The chances of seeing at least a few GoDaddy.com commercials is pretty high. Even if they went above and beyond by showing too many, the audience most likely won't be disappointed.
In case you've lived under a rock this postseason, there has been plenty of talk surrounding the possibility of an uncapped 2010 as the NFL offseason approaches.
Which teams would benefit the most from an uncapped season? Which teams would be on a freight train towards disaster?
With all of the possibilities, there's sure to be plenty of discussion surrounding the chances of what could happen next season
Saints running back Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian have established themselves as one of the most popular celebrity couples over the last couple of months.
What's even more interesting is what may be on the line for the popular couple if New Orleans comes through with a win over Indianapolis.
SI.com and Blacksportsline.com is reporting that Bush stated before the NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings will propose to Kardashian if the Saints win the Super Bowl.
Whether or not the reports are true, it should be no surprise if she is in attendance to watch her boyfriend play in one of the most important games of his football career.
And with her in the stands, it should be no surprise if the cameras focus on her numerous times throughout the game.
The funny thing is, it's hard to imagine the men watching the game being disappointed with the amount of times Kardashian is shown.
This year's Super Bowl contains a handful of players capable of making big plays.
Reggie Wayne, Reggie Bush, Marques Colston, Dallas Clark, and Pierre Thomas have all proven in the regular season they have what it takes to make that big play for their team when needed.
So which of these players will record the longest touchdown in Super Bowl XLIV? Better yet, will it be a player not even mentioned above?
Before anyone jumps to conclusions and asks why on earth is Donovan McNabb necessary for this article, think about how much he has been in the media since his season ended.
Ever since the Philadelphia Eagles loss to the Dallas Cowboys, McNabb's future with the organization has been a hotter topic than whether or not Favre will decide to retire for the third time in three years.
There have been numerous rumors swirling in the City of Brotherly Love regarding whether or not his time has come to an end and if Kevin Kolb will take over the starting job.
Yes, it's hard to imagine a player being discussed so much when he's not even participating in the Super Bowl.
However, McNabb's name and the status of his future should be mentioned numerous times--just like Favre will be.
For the first time, the 2010 Pro Bowl is being held the week prior to the Super Bowl instead after. The game will also take place in Miami instead of Hawaii.
Everyone has their opinion about whether or not the Pro Bowl is worth holding each season. Some see it as a fun way of honoring players who had stellar seasons while others see it as a waste of time.
Either way, expect plenty of discussion regarding the event being held with all the new changes taking place this season.
Kickers have one of the most important roles in football.
Unfortunately, this postseason has seen its fair-share of unreliable kickers who have failed to come through when their team needs them.
Nate Kaeding of the San Diego Chargers. Shayne Graham of the Cincinnati Bengals. Even Jay Feeley of the New York Jets missed two field goals against the Colts in the AFC Championship game.
This postseason, kickers have combined for a disappointing 15-of-32 field goals.
With the amount of pressure that comes with playing in the Super Bowl, it would be no surprise if either Matt Stover or Garrett Hartley misses at least one attempt.