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Super Bowl Coin Odds: Heads vs. Tails Data and How Winners Fared – Bleacher Nation

One of the most paid attention to events of the Super Bowl is the coin toss. Millions of fans wonder if it will land on heads or tails along with what team will win the toss. Let’s look at the history of the Super Bowl coin toss, the odds, and how the winner of the coin toss fares in the biggest game of the year.

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Super Bowl Coin Toss Odds

You can wager on the coin toss on sites like DraftKings and it’s a double-your-money bet. The odds are listed at +100 for either side on DK Sportsbook.

  • Heads +100
  • Tails +100
  • This is nice for bettors because there isn’t any juice going to the sportsbook. It’s a 50-50 chance and if you win, you double your money. Sometimes, a sportsbook might have the odds at -110 which means you would have to bet $110 to win $100 instead of a +100 where you bet $100 to win $100.

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    Coin Toss History: Heads vs Tails

    (The coin has landed tails in 30 of the 57 Super Bowls. Photo by: Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports)

    Tails has been slightly more common in the history of the Super Bowl. In 57 contests, the coin has landed on tails 30 times compared to 27 for heads. In Super Bowl LVII, the coin toss landed on tails. The Kansas City Chiefs won the toss and went on to win the game 38-35 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    The last time the Chiefs and 49ers met in Super Bowl LIV, the coin toss was tails, the 49ers won the toss, and the Chiefs won the Super Bowl.

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    Winning the Coin Toss and the Game

    (In SB 57, the Chiefs won the coin toss and the game. Photo by: Patrick Breen/USA Today Sports)

    Now, does winning the coin toss correlate to winning the game? In the history of the Super Bowl, the team that wins the coin toss has won 24 times including the Chiefs in Super Bowl 57 last year. This means the loser of the coin toss is 33-24 in Super Bowl history.

    Before last season, you had to go back to Super Bowl 48 for a team that won the toss to win the game. That year, the Seahawks won the toss and went on to beat the Denver Broncos 43-8.

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    Super Bowl Coin Toss Results

    Let’s take a look at every coin toss in the Super Bowl’s history. Here’s the coin toss result, which team won the toss, and the game’s final result.

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    Super Bowl Coin Toss Toss Winner Game Result
    Super Bowl 57 Tails Chiefs Chiefs 38, Eagles 35
    Super Bowl 56 Heads Bengals Rams 23, Bengals 20
    Super Bowl 55 Heads Chiefs Buccaneers 31, Chiefs 9
    Super Bowl 54 Tails 49ers Chiefs 31, 49ers 20
    Super Bowl 53 Tails Rams Patriots 13, Rams 3
    Super Bowl 52 Heads Patriots Eagles 41, Patriots 33
    Super Bowl 51 Tails Falcons Patriots 34, Falcons 28
    Super Bowl 50 Tails Panthers Broncos 24, Panthers 10
    Super Bowl 49 Tails Seahawks Patriots 28, Seahawks 24
    Super Bowl 48 Tails Seahawks Seahawks 43, Broncos 8
    Super Bowl 47 Heads Ravens Ravens 34, 49ers 31
    Super Bowl 46 Heads Patriots Giants 21, Patriots 17
    Super Bowl 45 Heads Packers Packers 31, Steelers 25
    Super Bowl 44 Heads Saints Saints 31, Colts 17
    Super Bowl 43 Heads Cardinals Steelers 27, Cardinals 23
    Super Bowl 42 Tails Giants Giants 17, Patriots 14
    Super Bowl 41 Heads Bears Colts 29, Bears 17
    Super Bowl 40 Tails Seahawks Steelers 21, Seahawks 10
    Super Bowl 39 Tails Eagles Patriots 24, Eagles 21
    Super Bowl 38 Tails Panthers Patriots 32, Panthers 29
    Super Bowl 37 Tails Buccaneers Buccaneers 48, Raiders 21
    Super Bowl 36 Heads Rams Patriots 20, Rams 17
    Super Bowl 35 Tails Giants Ravens 34, Giants 7
    Super Bowl 34 Tails Rams Rams 23, Titans 16
    Super Bowl 33 Tails Falcons Broncos 34, Falcons 19
    Super Bowl 32 Tails Packers Broncos 31, Packers 24
    Super Bowl 31 Heads Patriots Packers 35, Patriots 21
    Super Bowl 30 Tails Cowboys Cowboys 27, Steelers 17
    Super Bowl 29 Heads 49ers 49ers 49, Chargers 26
    Super Bowl 28 Tails Cowboys Cowboys 30, Bills 13
    Super Bowl 27 Heads Bills Cowboys 52, Bills 17
    Super Bowl 26 Heads Redskins Redskins 37, Bills 24
    Super Bowl 25 Heads Bills Giants 20, Bills 19
    Super Bowl 24 Heads Broncos 49ers 55, Broncos 10
    Super Bowl 23 Tails 49ers 49ers 20, Bengals 16
    Super Bowl 22 Heads Redskins Redskins 42, Broncos 10
    Super Bowl 21 Tails Broncos Giants 39, Broncos 20
    Super Bowl 20 Tails Bears Bears 46, Patriots 10
    Super Bowl 19 Tails 49ers 49ers 38, Dolphins 16
    Super Bowl 18 Heads Raiders Raiders 38, Redskins 9
    Super Bowl 17 Tails Dolphins Redskins 27, Dolphins 17
    Super Bowl 16 Tails 49ers 49ers 26, Bengals 21
    Super Bowl 15 Tails Eagles Raiders 27, Eagles 10
    Super Bowl 14 Heads Rams Steelers 31, Rams 19
    Super Bowl 13 Heads Cowboys Steelers 35, Cowboys 31
    Super Bowl 12 Heads Cowboys Cowboys 27, Broncos 10
    Super Bowl 11 Tails Raiders Raiders 32, Vikings 14
    Super Bowl 10 Heads Cowboys Steelers 21, Cowboys 17
    Super Bowl 9 Tails Steelers Steelers 16, Vikings 6
    Super Bowl 8 Heads Dolphins Dolphins 24, Vikings 7
    Super Bowl 7 Heads Dolphins Dolphins 14, Redskins 7
    Super Bowl 6 Heads Dolphins Cowboys 24, Dolphins 3
    Super Bowl 5 Tails Cowboys Colts 16, Cowboys 13
    Super Bowl 4 Tails Vikings Chiefs 23, Vikings 7
    Super Bowl 3 Heads Jets Jets 16, Colts 7
    Super Bowl 2 Tails Raiders Packers 33, Raiders 14
    Super Bowl 1 Heads Packers Packers 35, Chiefs 10

    When Does Super Bowl 58 Kick Off?

    You can watch Super Bowl LVIII at 6:30 pm ET on CBS. The game is being called by Jim Nantz and Tony Romo. It’s being played in Las Vegas, Nevada, at Allegiant Stadium to cap off the NFL season.

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