After spending two weeks handicapping every possible statistical angle of the Super Bowl, some bettors enjoy just leaving one bet up to pure chance; the Super Bowl Coin Toss.
The coin has landed on Heads in each of the last five Super Bowls. Heads bettors will say that their side is running hot while Tails backers will claim that their side is overdue.
Historically, it shouldn't come as a big surprise to anyone that Super Bowl coin flips have been split virtually 50-50, with Heads holding a slight 24-23 all-time lead thanks to its recent hot streak.
The NFC held an unprecedented streak of 14 straight coin toss wins from Super Bowl 32 to Super Bowl 45, but the New England Patriots put an end to that run in Super Bowl 46 and Baltimore made it two straight wins for the AFC last year.
The nice thing about betting on the result of the coin flip is that you know your exact odds. No amount of handicapping or strategy will make the odds of the flip any different from 50/50.
But there is no better way to start off your Super Bowl Sunday than with a quick win in the bank before opening kickoff has even taken place.
There are four coin toss props posted by Bovada.lv, including which teams will win, will it heads or tails, will the team pick it correctly and will the winner of the coin toss go on to win the game (like three of the past four winners have done).