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Super Bowl LII prop bets: Print this sheet and play along

Sure, you could pass around a giant sheet of poster board at your Super Bowl party and ask people to scribble their initials inside their squares, but that involves more effort than should be expended at such an event. Instead, here’s a handy Super Bowl prop-bet contest that requires, at most, a printer and a bunch of pens.

Super Bowl 52: Everything you need to follow along during the big game

Pass this out to all your friends and follow along as the game goes on, then count everything up after the game is over.

And if you absolutely must do a Super Bowl squares pool, WaPo statistics enthusiast Neil Greenberg has you covered with a tip sheet on the best and worst numbers to have.

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