If you’re a hardcore fan of the ol’ pigskin who can’t be bothered getting wrapped up in such silliness, I get it. Lock into Super Bowl LVI and revel in Joe Burrow’s debut in the big game against the star-studded Rams. I hope you get to enjoy a clean, controversy-free game that sees the best team raise the Vince Lombardi Trophy at the end of the evening and all that jazz.

But if you aren’t emotionally invested in the outcome, like to throw money down on things to make them more interesting, and have a healthy sense of humor, Sunday is your time to shine, baby.

That’s because the Super Bowl always features the most outrageous and ridiculous prop bets of any professional sporting event on the calendar, and with so many sportsbooks popping up over recent years, there are plenty to choose from. As we’ve done for many years now, we’re highlighting some of our favorites (while also handicapping them) to hopefully make your Super Bowl Sunday more profitable.

Some of them you’ll recognize from years past because they’re safe and easily understandable for the novice gambler—like betting on the coin toss or the length of the national anthem—while others are more offbeat in nature. Which, of course, makes them so much fun to gamble on.  

Let the record show I didn’t scour every single online sports book—since there are approximately nine million of ’em nowadays—in my attempt to find a prop bet featuring Joe Burrow’s favorite artist. Really, I was hoping I would find a prop bet offering +750 odds on Kid Cudi getting a shoutout in Joe Burrow’s Super Bowl MVP speech. If you see it somewhere, hit me up on Twitter dot com, pretty please.  

For those not well-versed in sports gambling lingo, here’s how things work: -110 means you have to bet $110 to win $100, while +400 means you would win $400 on a $100 wager.