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Super Bowl Coin Toss Analysis – Prop bet – Updated 1/12/2014

The Super Bowl doesn’t begin without the coin toss.  These special coins are created by the Highland Mint in Melbourne, FL. Like all authentic Super Bowl merchandise you can buy your own. If you remember or are still trying to forget a Statistics class you took in high school or college, the probability is 50/50. Here is a great bet to make with friends who will bet on anything or have consumed to many tasty adult beverages before the game begin. Each year the coin toss call alternates between the AFC & NFC. The NFL doesn’t have a coin toss to determine who calls the toss. Other than the Arizona Cardinals, every team winning the toss has elected to receive the ball.  Winning the coin toss doesn’t guarantee or improve the odds of winning the Super Bowl.  You can see from the table winning the coin toss has produced 23 Super Bowl winners and 24 losers. Coin Toss Stats AFC has won the toss 16 times or 34% and last won the toss in 2013 at Super Bowl XLVII. The Baltimore Ravens won the toss and beat by the San Francisco 49er’s 34-31. NFC has won the toss 31 times or 66% and won the toss 14 straight years (1998 – 2011). Pittsburgh Steelers are the leader and have won the toss 6 times, followed by both the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers each winning 5 times. There is as 3-way tie between the Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos and the Minnesota Vikings have all lost the toss 4 times. Green Bay Packers were the first to win the...
Super Bowls 1-47 Coin Toss History Detail – Updated 1/14/14

Super Bowls 1-47 Coin Toss History Detail – Updated 1/14/14

This chart displays the following details: Game date, Teams with Final Score, Location (including stadium, city and state), Coin toss winner, Coin toss conference of winner, Super Bowl winner and Super Bowl loser Heads or Tails This history helps you track one of the most popular prop bets. Although winning the coin toss is no indicator of who will win, in most games this ties in with another popular prop bet of “which team scores first” as well as “the time taken for the first score“. Every year, the Highland Mint (near Palm Bay, FL) mints a single, unique coin to be tossed at the opening of the Super Bowl. Out of fairness, of course, the team that gets to call the toss alternates between the National and American Football Conferences: one year, the AFC calls it; the next, the NFC. The coin has landed on heads 24 times and tails 23 times in the previous 47 Super Bowls. Another number to know if you are looking to hit your Super Bowl prop picks is that the team that has won the coin toss is 23-24 in the Super Bowl.  The NFC has won the coin toss 31 times, the AFC 16 times. Ultimately, winning the Super Bowl depends on any number of things: strength, skill, stamina, speed, strategy, teamwork, completions, the wind, the weather, the coin toss, and who knows how many other factors, most unquantifiable. Since this year’s game will be played outdoors in NJ at the MetLife Stadium, weather could impact the outcome. The odds the team that wins the coin toss will choose to receive...