Betting options for the Super Bowl go beyond the field, from the length of the national anthem to the first person thanked by the Super Bowl MVP.
For those looking to go a little bit deeper than simply whether the Los Angeles Rams or New England Patriots will win the big game, PressBox takes a look at some of the Super Bowl proposition bets you might want to consider.
offers a mix of on-field and entertainment-related Super Bowl prop bets. As usual, fans can bet on the length of the national anthem. With Gladys Knight performing this year, the over/under is currently 1 minute, 48.5 seconds.
Fans can bet on who will be the first player to score a touchdown. New England running back Sony Michel is the current favorite at +550, followed by Rams running back Todd Gurley (+600) and Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (+800).
For those who are less interested in the X's and O's, you can also make a wager on the total number of tweets by @realDonaldTrump on Super Bowl Sunday. (Please note, retweets don't count.)
After the final whistle sounds, the focus turns to the celebration. You can place your bet on what color liquid will be poured on the winning coach. (No liquid bath or clear are the current favorites, while purple is a long shot, in case you were wondering.)
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has won Super Bowl MVP honors four times, and he's the odds-on favorite to win the award this year, followed by Rams quarterback Jared Goff and Rams running back Todd Gurley. Whoever earns the honor, fans can also place their bets on who the MVP will thank first -- with options ranging from their teammates to God or the referees.
Local Washington Capitals fans can also bet on which will be the higher number: Capitals goals against the Boston Bruins Feb. 3 or total quarterback sacks during Super Bowl LIII.
And if the NHL/NFL crossover isn't enough, there are also some college basketball options. Will Duke star Zion Williamson's total points and rebounds against St. John's Feb. 2 be greater than the Patriots' and Rams' first-half points? Now that's a question to keep fans up at night.