Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid and the rest of the newly minted Super Bowl champion Chiefs weren’t the only winners on Sunday night. Many fans that took part in proposition bets also enjoyed success on Sunday night, unless you picks went against Mahomes and the Chiefs, who scored 21 unanswered points on their way to a 31-20 victory. These proposition bets, or props, ranged from who would score the first touchdown to how long the national anthem would take to who would throw the first interception, make the first coach’s challenge and more, all the way through halftime and the end of the game.

If you’re not familiar with all the options available in the prop market, it can be a bit overwhelming. Prior to Sunday’s game, we broke down our thoughts on 54 of the most interesting prop bets in this year’s big game in our Ultimate Super Bowl Props Guide. We also put together a quick-and-easy printable prop game with 10 things to watch for on Sunday.

Below, you’ll find the results of our printable prop game. If you won, congrats! If not, better luck next year!

How long will it take for Demi Lovato to sing the national anthem?

Over 2 minutes -220

Under 2 minutes +180

Answer: Lovato’s rendition of the national anthem was under two minutes. 

What will be the outcome of the coin toss?

Answer: Tails 

Which Team will score first?

Answer: The 49ers 

What’s the jersey number of the first player to score a TD?

Over/under 26.5 

Answer: Under (Patrick Mahomes, No. 15)

Will the game be tied again after starting 0-0?

Answer: Yes (in fact, the game was tied 10-10 at intermission)

How many wardrobe changes for J-Lo during halftime? 

Over/Under 2.5 

Answer: Under 

How many yards will the game’s longest touchdown be?

Over/under 44.5 

Answer: Under (Damien Williams‘ 38-yard touchdown with 1:12 remaining was the game’s longest touchdown) 

How many players will attempt a pass?

Over/under 2.5

Answer: Under (49ers WR Deebo Samuel appeared ready to attempt a pass but opted to run instead during the first half of the game) 

Which team will score last?

Answer: The Chiefs (who scored the game’s final 21 points)

Who will be named Super Bowl MVP?

Options: Patrick Mahomes or Anyone else

Answer: Patrick Mahomes, who threw two touchdowns and ran for one in the Chiefs’ 31-20 win 

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