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Super Bowl Coin Toss Winners & Props

It’s the simplest of the hundreds of Super Bowl prop bets available at sportsbooks around the world, but it’s also the most popular for bettors. Wagering on the Super Bowl coin toss is practically an American tradition.

A 50-50 proposition, hundreds of thousands of dollars are bet on the Super Bowl coin flip. And online sportsbook 5Dimes is offering some of the best odds on the Super Bowl coin flip in the betting market.

Bettors can choose heads or tails, while laying -101. That means you can bet $101 to win $100. Although the NFC should be favored, given the fact that NFC teams have won 17 of 20 coin tosses!

The last five Super Bowl coin tosses have landed on heads, with the NFC team winning 14 of the last 16 flips. The AFC teams, however, have won the last two coin flips. The team that has won the coin toss has gone on to win three of the last four Super Bowls.

Coin toss props below, courtesy of Bovada:

Heads -105
Tails -105

SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Team to win the coin toss

Seattle Seahawks -105
Denver Broncos -105

SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Will the team that wins the coin toss win the game?

Yes -115
No -115

SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Will the team that chooses Heads or Tails in the coin toss be correct?

Yes -115
No -115

All-Time Super Bowl Coin Toss Results (courtesy of DocSports.com)

Super Bowl 1 Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10 Heads Packers
Super Bowl 2 Green Bay 33, Oakland 14 Tails Raiders
Super Bowl 3 NY Jets 16, Baltimore 7 Heads Jets
Super Bowl 4 Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7 Tails Vikings
Super Bowl 5 Baltimore 16, Dallas 13 Tails Cowboys
Super Bowl 6 Dallas 24, Miami 3 Heads Dolphins
Super Bowl 7 Miami 14, Washington 7 Heads Dolphins
Super Bowl 8 Miami 24, Minnesota 7 Heads Dolphins
Super Bowl 9 Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6 Tails Steelers
Super Bowl 10 Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17 Heads Cowboys
Super Bowl 11 Oakland 32, Minnesota 14 Tails Raiders
Super Bowl 12 Dallas 27, Denver 10 Heads Cowboys
Super Bowl 13 Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 Heads Cowboys
Super Bowl 14 Pittsburgh 31, LA Rams 19 Heads Rams
Super Bowl 15 Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 Tails Eagles
Super Bowl 16 San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21 Tails 49ers
Super Bowl 17 Washington 27, Miami 17 Tails Dolphins
Super Bowl 18 LA Raiders 38, Washington 9 Heads Raiders
Super Bowl 19 San Francisco 38, Miami 16 Tails 49ers
Super Bowl 20 Chicago 46, New England 10 Tails Bears
Super Bowl 21 NY Giants 39, Denver 20 Tails Broncos
Super Bowl 22 Washington 42, Denver 10 Heads Redskins
Super Bowl 23 San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16 Tails 49ers
Super Bowl 24 San Francisco 55, Denver 10 Heads Broncos
Super Bowl 25 NY Giants 20, Buffalo 19 Heads Bills
Super Bowl 26 Washington 37, Buffalo 24 Heads Redskins
Super Bowl 27 Dallas 52, Buffalo 17 Heads Bills
Super Bowl 28 Dallas 30, Buffalo 13 Tails Cowboys
Super Bowl 29 San Francisco 49, San Diego 26 Heads 49ers
Super Bowl 30 Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17 Tails Cowboys
Super Bowl 31 Green Bay 35, New England 21 Heads Patriots
Super Bowl 32 Denver 31, Green Bay 24 Tails Packers
Super Bowl 33 Denver 34, Atlanta 19 Tails Falcons
Super Bowl 34 St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16 Tails Rams
Super Bowl 35 Baltimore 34, NY Giants 7 Tails Giants
Super Bowl 36 New England 20, St. Louis 17 Heads Rams
Super Bowl 37 Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21 Tails Buccaneers
Super Bowl 38 New England 32, Carolina 29 Tails Panthers
Super Bowl 39 New England 24, Philadelphia 21 Tails Eagles
Super Bowl 40 Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10 Tails Seahawks
Super Bowl 41 Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17 Heads Bears
Super Bowl 42 NY Giants 17, New England 14 Tails Giants
Super Bowl 43 Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23 Heads Cardinals
Super Bowl 44 New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17 Heads Saints
Super Bowl 45 Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 17 Heads Packers
Super Bowl 46 NY Giants 21, New England 17 Heads Patriots
Super Bowl 47 Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31 Heads Ravens
Super Bowl 48 Seattle 43, Denver 8 Tails Seahawks

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The Super Bowl coin toss is supposed to the fairest and least predictable way to start the NFL title game, but reality shows that this random event never seems very random. In the 14 games between Super Bowl 32 and Super Bowl 45, the NFC never lost a coin toss. That's 14-0 on a 50-50 proposition.

Small wonder some of the best online sportsbooks even offered the AFC as a slight underdog to win on the Super Bowl coin toss betting menus. Then the Patriots won the toss (but lost the game) in Super Bowl 46 to break the streak.

As of Super Bowl 47 between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, 'heads' was on a four-game win streak. But Super Bowl history tells us that it's almost a guarantee that this toss will be tails. Why? Three other times, there have been four-game streaks, but never five. So if that holds true, tails is due in 2013.