With each passing year the betting props on the Super Bowl get more and more interesting, if not downright ludicrous at times. XLIX is no different, with props ranging from legit game-specific odds, such as what the 1st official play from the line of scrimmage will be (run priced at -200 or pass or sack at +160) and the longest touchdown play of the game (over 44.5 yards listed at -115) to pop-culture props such as what will Katy Perry be wearing during the halftime show (Dress/Skirt at -160 or Pants/Shorts/Any Other at +130) and what color will the Gatorade (or liquid) be that is dumped on the head coach of the winning team (orange currently leads at +175). The complete list of props for Super Bowl XLIX is found at TopBet sportsbook. It’s worth a look (and chuckle).


For the debut of the TOJ One on One Podcast, Joe Caporoso interviews Chris Nimbley from Jets Insider. We discuss the dynamics of being a Jets beat writer, the 2014 disaster, Geno Smith and our early feelings on the new hires. A big thanks to Chris for taking the time to speak with us. You can download the episode here on Blog Talk Radio or on I-Tunes right here. Let us know what other media members around the team you would like to hear us interview!

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