Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

There’s little debate that Super Bowl LIII will go down in history as one of the most boring championship games ever played.

But thanks to the poor performances on offense by both the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, one person who made a simple prop bet cashed in big.

Check out this guy who won $1,131 on a $2 bet that predicted there would be zero touchdowns in the first half and Tom Brady would throw a pick on his first passing attempt.

This is no joke. Said person must have had a feeling this game would be low-scoring in general and the GOAT would perform less than perfectly.

As it turns out, this Super Bowl was officially the lowest-scoring game in the history of NFL championship games. But one individual with some keen hindsight is surely smiling his way to cashing in on his winning ticket.

Rachel Wold
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