2012 Super Bowl Prop Bets: Coin Toss, Kick Off, MVP Award, Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski

The Super Bowl prop bets are finalized, and one can't imagine the kind of things that a degenerate gambler can bet on during the NFL's biggest game between the New England Patriots and New York Giants (6:30 p.m. ET on NBC). According to the sports betting website Bovada, a sports fan can bet on the simple things (who will win the coin toss?) or very outlandish things (will Madonna wear a hat during her halftime performance?)

Currently, Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady is the favorite to win the game's MVP award with odds of 7-5, while Eli Manning is the second-best option with odds of 9-4..

Surprisingly, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is the favorite to score the contest's first touchdown at 6-1. Teammates, tight end Aaron Hernandez (7-1) and running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (15-2), have the second and third best odds, respectively.

As for the outlandish? Well, if you'd like to bet on how many times Brady's supermodel wife Giselle Bundchen will be shown on TV. You can, and the over-under is set at 1/2-times with a money-line payout of (-300) for the over and (+200) for the under.

For a full list of Super Bowl prop bets click here.

For more Patriots coverage, visit our team page and Pats Pulpit. For 2012 NFL Playoffs news, follow our stream. Visit SB Nation New York and Big Blue View for Giants news.

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