Super Bowl Passing Props: Ride With Hurts, Fade Mahomes

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Quarterbacks take center stage at Super Bowl 57 on Sunday, feauting the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Philadelphia Eagles. Super Bowl passing props are among the most popular wagers for bettors, allowing you to bet on passing yards, completions, touchdowns, and more.

It’ll be a battle of two of the league’s best offenses, led by Chiefs signal caller Patrick Mahomes and the dual-threat Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. We take a look at the best Super Bowl passing prop bets to make for the big game Sunday.

Super Bowl Passing Prop Bets & Chiefs vs. Eagles Odds

Both the Chiefs and Eagles entered the postseason with among the shortest odds to represent their respective conferences in the Super Bowl. The NFC winner, Philadelphia, is a narrow favorite. These are the best Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl odds being offered by the top sportsbooks.

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Best Super Bowl Passing Prop Bets

Patrick Mahomes is playing in his third Super Bowl in four years. The Chiefs quarterback has cemented his standing as the league’s top quarterback. Jalen Hurts, using both his arm and his legs, was an MVP front-runner throughout much of the season.

The two star quarterbacks will meet at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ, the host venue for Super Bowl 57. The game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. EST on Feb. 12 and will be broadcast by FOX on television.

Super Bowl Passing Prop: Mahomes Under 294.5 Yards -110 (BetMGM)

The dynamic Chiefs quarterback will face his toughest challenge of the year against a stout Eagles defense. Philadelphia allowed just 179.8 passing yards per game during the regular season, the best mark in the league.

In Mahomes’ previous two Super Bowl appearances, he threw for 286 yards in the win over the 49ers and 270 yards in KC’s loss to Tampa Bay. He’ll face an Eagles defense that has stymied opposing offenses and led the league in sacks and was third in turnover differential.

For one of our favorite Super Bowl passing prop bets, we like Mahomes to stay Under his posted yardage totals.

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Jalen Hurts Super Bowl Prop Bet: Over 1.5 Touchdown Passes +100 (BetMGM)

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts can beat you in more ways than one. The standout passer threw for 22 touchdowns during the regular season and added 13 more scores on the ground. Most sportsbooks are offering this Jalen Hurts Super Bowl touchdown prop at even-money, but remember to shop around different books to find the best odds.

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Over 1.5 TDs for Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts makes our list of Super Bowl passing props (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)

Kansas City has allowed the eighth-fewest rushing yards per game during the regular season, and Hurts will have to use his arm to move the ball down the field — especially if this game turns into a shootout. The Eagles have two of the most talented receivers in the league outside in DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown. Hurts should be able to find them or tight end Dallas Goedert in the air at least twice to hit on this Super Bowl passing prop bet.

Also read: More Jalen Hurts Super Bowl props picks

Total Players to Attempt a Pass: Over 2.5 +215 (BetRivers)

Sportsbooks open the catalog for every Super Bowl, offering hundreds of unique prop bets that generally aren’t available for regular season games. One of the most popular passing prop bets to make in the Super Bowl is on the total amount of players to attempt a pass. This Super Bowl prop will keep you on your toes throughout the game because it can hit at any time.

There are several different viable scenarios for this Super Bowl passing prop to hit. Injuries are one, especially when you take into account the ankle sprain Mahomes has been dealing with. Will we see Chad Henne for the Chiefs (or even Gardner Minshew for the Eagles) attempt a pass?

Alternatively, coaches Andy Reid and Nick Sirianni will both likely have a couple of tricks up their sleeve — is another Philly Special in the works? Fake (or botched) punts, the wild cat, or a half-back run/pass option are all on the table as well.

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Patrick Mahomes Super Bowl Passing Props

There are dozens of Mahomes passing props being offered by books that will vary from state to state. Check to see what’s available in your jurisdiction and consider these other popular Super Bowl 57 passing props.

  • Over 0.5 interceptions (-110 at BetRivers)
  • Over 49.5 passing attempts (-105 at BetRivers)
  • Over 37.5 longest completion (-117 at Caesars)

Jalen Hurts Super Bowl Passing Props

  • Over 0.5 interceptions (+110 at BetRivers)
  • Over 37.5 longest completion (-104 at Caesars)
  • Over 31.5 passing attempts (-109 at Caesars)
  • Over 2237.5 passing yards (-117 at Caesars)

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