Tim Tebow, Peyton Manning Dominate New Batch of Prop Bets After Joining New TeamsProps bets are always a lot of fun to take a look at, especially during the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl.

Now some more Bovada prop bets have arisen thanks to some big name transactions that have occurred in the NFL over the past week.

Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow are all the rage in the media and the prop bet scene, as both quarterbacks have many wondering what their futures will entail with their new clubs.

Manning's signing with the Denver Broncos ends a fascinating run to one of the most anticipated free agent contests in a long time. After missing all of last year recovering from several neck surgeries, many are wondering what type of quarterback Manning will be when he steps on the field once again.

Bodava has the over/under on Manning's touchdown passes at 28 1/2, interceptions at 16 1/2 and completion percentage at 65. In regards to Manning's first pass attempt, a completion is the favorite at -180, but a big pay day could result if Manning throws a pick, with the line at a whopping +1,000. Bodava also has Manning at a +700 to win the MVP and even money for Comeback Player of the Year.

Perhaps an even bigger question mark surrounds Tebow and his new team, the New York Jets. With Mark Sanchez as the starter, Tebow should be seen in a variety of different packages when he plays for the Jets.

Bodava has the over/under for Tebow's rushing touchdown total at four and total passing touchdowns at one. Tebow is actually favored to start at least one game for the Jets at -150 with a +110 payout if he doesn't.  Bodava has it favored that Sanchez or Tebow will catch at least one pass at -140, and even money if they do not.

Other notable prop bets include the Saints total win total after their "Bountygate" scandal, with the over/under at 10. The Madden cover vote is also included, with Cam Newton as the frontrunner to land on the new game at 5-2, with Aaron Rodgers and Rob Gronkowski following him at 5-1 and 6-1, respectively.