The Super Bowl is the largest sporting event in the world. Billions watch in anticipation. Parties are thrown. Beer is drank, often times to sickening excess, literally. It’s a fun time, to be sure.
But the big game is about so much more than pomp and pageantry; it’s also about greed and the green. More money exchanges hands on Super Bowl Sunday via bookies and bettors than during any other day on the calendar.
OK, I made that last part up, but there is a profit to made while you watch the Steelers and Packers. Follow my advice (not really, though) on how to cash in on some fantastic prop bets, and you’ll be able to shed your recurring role of the guy who just lost his butt on a silly football game.