The oddsmakers have fun with the Super Bowl, and numerous prop bets exist to sift through. We share a few of our top prop bets and a special offer from Caesars for the much-awaited matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.
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Super Bowl LVII Top Prop Bets
Ohio sports bettors have over 1000 Super Bowl LVII prop bets to consider, and Phil’s narrowed it down to four props he likes Ohio sports bettors to consider.
Miles Sanders Yards off Longest Rush Under 13.5 +100
Sanders has a problematic matchup Sunday against a Chiefs rushing defense, allowing 4.5 yards per carry. The Eagles running back has scampered for runs of 14 yards or more eight times this season and once in the playoffs.
Still, the Chiefs’ defense is solid against the rush–Bengals RB Joe Mixon couldn’t break one off for more than seven yards last week, and I don’t expect Sanders to have a rushing attempt over 13 yards against Kansas City.
Travis Kelce Anytime TD Scorer -113
Over his 10 seasons with the Chiefs, Kelce has hauled in 15 career playoff TD receptions, with three of those during these playoffs.
Kelce has seen 25 targets through the first two playoff games, and with that type of volume, it isn’t hard to see Kelce finding his way into the end zone at least once Sunday. Philadelphia is a tough team to throw the football against, but Mahomes and Kelce are matchup-proof, and if Kansas City scores a TD, it will likely be Kelce.
Jalen Hurts to throw a 4th Quarter TD Pass Yes +125
The Chiefs’ passing defense is suspect, and if the Eagles are to win this contest, they’ll need to do so on Hurts’ arm. Most of Philadelphia’s games were well over by the 4th quarter, but he has thrown four 4th quarter TD passes, and two came with the score between 1-7 points.
Kansas City allowed the 29th most 4th quarter points in the league (7.2) and 1.8 TD receptions per game. Count on Hurts to be slinging it well into the 4th quarter with one of those passes resulting in a TD.
Philadelphia Outcome of 1st Drive Punt -105
Philadelphia might be 4th in 1st quarter scoring, but this is the Super Bowl, and the offense may be nervous to begin the ballgame. Kansas City allows just 3.4 1st quarter points and has allowed one 1st quarter TD in their two playoff games.
Philly has scored three 1st quarter TDs throughout the playoffs, but this Kansas City defense begins strong and we should expect an Eagles 1st drive resulting in a punt.