Super Bowl 56 Props: Will Rams vs Bengals Have a Scorigami?
Super Bowl LVI is finally here, meaning bettors are putting the final touches on their wagers for one of the best days of the year. If you're still looking for prop bets, FanDuel Sportsbook has you covered with a host of fun options for the biggest game of the year.
And wagering on whether or not there will be a "Scorigami" in Super Bowl LVI is arguably the most unique prop of the bunch.
What is Scorigami?
For the uninitiated, "Scorigami" is when a game finishes with a final score we've never seen before. For example, if the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Los Angeles Rams, 120-0, that would qualify as a "Scorigami" because an NFL game has never finished with that final score (for obvious reasons).
Super Bowl Scorigami
If you believe we'll see one in Super Bowl LVI, FanDuel Sportsbook has the odds available at +1200. The odds for "no," meanwhile, are set at -3500. It's worth pointing out that there is precedent for a Super Bowl finishing in a "Scorigami". In fact, it has happened three times before.
Funny enough, the Denver Broncos were on the losing side in every instance. The New York Giants defeated the Broncos by a score of 39-20 (XXI), the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Broncos by a score of 55-10 (XXIV) and the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Broncos by a score of 43-8 (XLVIII).
This bet is obviously a bit of a Hail Mary, but it could be a fun way to stay interested in the final score in the event that this game ends up being a blowout on either side.
Bet $5 to win $280 on either team to win Super Bowl 56!
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