Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Eagles is the last opportunity to wager on America’s favorite sport, so it’s important to put your best foot forward when finalizing your betslip. Fortunately, Super Bowl 57 offers a ton of betting value in the props department.
Here, we look at the best Super Bowl player props to help bettors finish the season off with a bang. Among those bets are plays on Isiah Pacheco gashing the Eagles on the ground, Patrick Mahomes throwing for multiple touchdowns, and Haason Reddick topping a questionably low sack line.
As always, the odds listed here are subject to change. It’s important to keep in mind the odds at which we’re recommending these Super Bowl props picks. As lines move, value changes. Also, please shop around to find the best Super Bowl promos and bonuses offered at sportsbooks.
Best Player Prop Bets for Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl
Isiah Pacheco Longest Rush Over 13.5 Rushing Yards (+100, Caesars) | Over 3.5 Yards on 1st Rush Attempt (+125, BetMGM)
Watch Isiah Pacheco’s highlight reel, and you’ll immediately understand why we’re backing the Over on these two prop bets. The Chiefs’ running back is a fierce runner and competitor. He can turn on a gear that very few other players possess, and he trucks defenders head-first to gain extra yardage. Those extra yards will prove to be key to hit the Over here.
Pacheco has legitimate 4.3 speed (ran 4.37 seconds in his 40-yard dash) and can burst on any given run. He just gashed the Jacksonville Jaguars with a 39-yard run in the Divisional Round. He also torched the Las Vegas Raiders with a 31-yard run in Week 18.
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Patrick Mahomes Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-210, DraftKings and BetMGM)
Mahomes has reached the ‘big game’ yet again, but it took his usual passing heroics to get here. The runaway MVP favorite threw for multiple passing scorers in 14 of his 19 total appearances this season.
As the moment gets brighter, so does No. 15 on the Chiefs. Mahomes has logged at least two passing touchdowns in 10 of his 13 postseason games, including in each of his five games.
If you’re bullish on his touchdown line, then you should consider backing the Over for 2.5 passing touchdowns at BetRivers, which pays out at +180 odds.
Haason Reddick Over 0.25 Sacks (-175, DraftKings)
We now move to the defense side of the ball, and this line is criminally low. Haason Reddick is one of the NFL’s best edge rushers, recording 16.0 sacks in this past regular season, enough to earn All-Pro honors. He added 3.5 more in the team’s two playoff games.
Kansas City has arguably the best offensive line for the pass, but Philadelphia’s defensive line is just as scary. Besides, we don’t even need Reddick to record a whole sack. He hit the Over for his Super Bowl sack line in 14 of his 19 games this year, and an assisted sack would be enough to hit the Over here.
Jalen Hurts Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-108, BetRivers)
This is going to be a high-scoring contest, and if Jalen Hurts wants to keep up with the Chiefs’ offense, then he’ll have to make plays with his arm as well as with his legs.
Fortunately for him, he faces one of the worst pass defenses in the league. The Chiefs allow the most touchdowns through the air (1.8 per game). They also give up a touchdown in the red zone at the third-highest rate in the league (65.57%), so Hurts should have an easy time finishing the job once the offense closes in on the end zone.
Hurts is, of course, not a pocket passer by any means, though tossing for a couple of touchdowns is well within his capabilities. He logged multiple passing touchdowns in eight of his last 12 games.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds
The Eagles (between -120 and -125 on the moneyline the morning of the game) are 1.5-point favorites against the Chiefs at most sportsbooks, although a few shops went to Philly -1 with additional joice. Bettors can grab the underdog with odds ranging from +100 to +105.
Here’s an interesting betting nugget for you: In the past 56 Super Bowls, the outright winner is 47-7-2 ATS (85.7%). Bettors are diving head first into this trend because Kansas City has received 54% of moneyline tickets, and Philadelphia has received 70% of spread tickets at DraftKings.
The Over/Under total for this matchup is between 50.5 and 51 points on legal US sports betting apps.
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