2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets: NFC Could Win Coin Toss For Amazing 15th Straight Year

Perhaps the most improbable achievement tonight could be the extension of a the NFC's coin toss winning streak. The NFC has won the last 14 Super Bowl coin tosses, an incredible streak that defies the 50/50 odds. The Packers started the coin toss winning streak in Super Bowl XXXII, and then lost on the field to the Denver Broncos in San Diego. The Buccaneers won the coin toss in their one appearance.

The odds of winning 14 straight coin tosses are 16,384 to 1, which is the exact likelihood of an also-ran 5th option receiver making the pivotal catch of a Super Bowl with his helmet. The coin toss prop, according to bovada.lv, is offered at -105 for either heads or tails, and either the Patriots or Giants.

For more on the Patriots and their Super Bowl run, check out SB Nation's Patriots blog,Pats Pulpit as well as SB Nation Boston. For more on the Giants and their Super Bowl appearance, visit Giants blog Big Blue View and SB Nation New York. For all news and information regarding Super Bowl XLVI, please stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated Super Bowl hub.

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