Rams vs. Bengals Super Bowl 2022 Gatorade Shower Odds & Bets

Feb 12, 2022
Rams vs. Bengals Super Bowl 2022 Gatorade Shower Odds & Bets

While it's not always the last bet to cash every NFL season, it's usually the last remaining sweat. The game's been decided, the player props have hit and the total is locked in. Sure, the Super Bowl MVP is yet to be announced but by the end of the game, that is usually all but settled. But what color Gatorade is the winning coach getting doused with after the win? That is the final sweat. Let's take a look at the odds for this year's Gatorade shower via BetMGM, as well as what colors we've seen most in the past.

Current Gatorade Color Favorite & Past Winners

Orange right now stands as the clear favorite at +200, while the next closest is Blue at +300, then a tie between Yellow and Clear, both at +450. Orange being the clear frontrunner historically makes sense. In the past 13 Super Bowls, five of the winning head coaches have had Orange Gatorade dumped on them after the win. The next most is Blue (3), followed by none (2), Yellow (2) and Purple (1). The odds line up pretty closely to the history. Last year's winning color was Blue, and depending on where you bet that, it was a fairly big underdog win. This year, the top of the board looks to be the right play thanks to some enlightenments from Conference Championship Sunday.

Super Bowl Gatorade Showers History

Usually, it's a wise choice to stay away from betting by team color schemes. Since Super Bowl XXXV when the Ravens blew out the Giants 34-7, only three times have we seen the Gatorade color match the team's color scheme. Mike Tomlin got drenched in Yellow Gatorade after Super Bowl XLIII, and Bill Belichick got hit with Blue twice after Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LIII.

How to Bet the Right Gatorade Color in Super Bowl 56

This year, however, it seems that trend could change. Bengals defensive end Sam Hubbard revealed on a podcast that the Gatorade in the coolers for the Bengals was "always consistently Orange" throughout the season. If you are a Bengals Moneyline backer, parlaying that with Orange Gatorade at +210 could equal a nice payday. As for the Rams, the Gatorade spotted in their coolers during the NFC Championship game was Yellow, so a Rams Moneyline with a +350 Yellow Gatorade shower parlay also would make for a nice payout.

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