Super Bowl 55 Prop Bet Results 2021, Including National Anthem Length, Gatorade Shower, MVP & Winner

Max Staley
Super Bowl 55 prop bet results including MVP, Gatorade shower, national anthem over/under, first touchdown scorer and more.
Super Bowl 55 prop bet results including MVP, Gatorade shower, national anthem over/under, first touchdown scorer and more. / Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The Super Bowl is arguably the best gambling day of the year, and with so many different prop bets to choose from, it can be pretty tough to keep track of everything. But The Duel is here to help.

Let's breakdown some key results from some of the most popular bets in Super Bowl LV.

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Who Won the Super Bowl 55 MVP?

The Super Bowl MVP award went to Tom Brady. It was well deserved, as he tallied 201 yards with 3 touchdowns and no interceptions of 21-of-29 passing. This is Brady's record-setting fifth career Super Bowl MVP win. Prior to kickoff, Brady was available with +200 odds to win NFL MVP.

Who Won Super Bowl 55?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won Super Bowl LV, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs by a final score of, 31-9. The Bucs scored three first-half touchdowns and didn't allow the Chiefs to score a single touchdown in the entire game.

Who Covered the Spread in Super Bowl 55?

The Bucs won the Super Bowl, and covered the 3-point spread in the process. Tampa was a 3-POINT underdog, and covered the spread by a whopping 25 points.

What Color Was the Gatorade at Super Bowl 55?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl 55 Gatorade shower color was blue. Blue opened the week as a +750 underdog, but by kickoff the odds have improved to +400.

What Was the Over/Under in Super Bowl 55?

Right before kickoff, the over/under for Super Bowl LV had settled at 56.5 points. With a combined final score of 40, the total ended up hitting the under by a big margin.

Who Scored the First Touchdown in Super Bowl 55?

The first touchdown in Super Bowl 55 was scored by Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronk also caught the second touchdown of the game, with both coming on passes from Tom Brady.

How Long Did The Super Bowl National Anthem Take?

Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan took 2 minutes 17 seconds to sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 55, easily clearing the over on the over/under of 1 minute 59 seconds.

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