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NFL Betting – Super Bowl LVII Props

When it comes to betting on sporting events there is nothing bigger than the Super Bowl. Not only do sportsbooks offer the standard spread and total wagers, you can also throw down on hundreds of proposition bets from before the game starts until after it ends. Wagers on whether or not the National Anthem goes over a certain time are being accepted and also on what color liquid the winning coach gets doused with. As far as in-game props go there are plenty for quarterbacks Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes, including a few head-to-head props. With billions of dollars wagered on the Big Game oddsmakers have gotten creative over the years with the bar inching higher every Super Bowl.

Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will air live on FOX at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 12, 2023 from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ.

Proposition Betting

The Super Bowl is the biggest spectacle in sports, though organizers of the recently concluded World Cup might differ, and much like the game has evolved over the years so has the ability to wager on it. Prop bets are a fun way to stay engaged even if you don’t have a horse in the race and offers up hundreds of prop options for the casual fan as well as the die-hards. The amount of money wagered on the Super Bowl is not counted in millions rather it’s counted in billions. And the prop market has plenty to do with that, giving folks all kinds of opportunities to wager on something other than the spread and total. Once the game begins it’s all about the players. At least you can do some research and have a better informed wager rather than flipping a coin to pick heads or tails on the outcome of the coin flip. Let’s have a look at a few props available.

Patrick Mahomes Total Passing Yards

Over 294.5 yards ( -120 )

Under 294.5 yards ( -120 )

This is an interesting bet since Mahomes is trying to work around an ankle injury sustained in the divisional round. He was bothered in the AFC Championship yet still threw for 326 yards to beat the Bengals. This is a much tougher assignment, though, against one of the most active defenses in the NFL with a pass rush that led the league with 70 sacks. One thing about Andy Reid is that he makes adjustments and Mahomes can improvise with the best of them. Still, that’s a big number and if the Chiefs have just a little success running the ball you know they will, taking some pressure off their QB. In his last Super Bowl Mahomes threw 49 passes for only 270 yards against an aggressive Tampa Bay defense, similar to what he’ll see on Sunday so I have to back the UNDER.

Isaih Pacheco Total Receiving Yards

Over 16.5 ( -120 )

Under 16.5 ( -120 )

It’s a good strategy not to contradict your prop wagers and this one is a product of what I mentioned about Mahomes above. Philly’s pass rush will create a lot of havoc leaving Pacheco as a safety valve when his QB gets in trouble. Heck, he could hit the OVER on one reception. There is a down side, though. The club activated Clyde Edwards-Helaire ahead of the game and he could cut into Pacheco’s playing time. The shifty back can create a lot on his own and after watching Christian McCaffrey have a big game against Philly in the NFC Championship I think Pacheco will factor into the offensive game plan giving the OVER a lot of value.

Will Haason Reddick Record a Sack

Yes ( -164 )

No ( +128 )

Defenders are at a disadvantage when it comes to putting up numbers. Only a few have ever won game MVP and it took an outstanding effort to do it. Reddick has been a wrecking ball all season with the most sacks on a team that produced the third-highest total in league history. And the entire Eagles front is ready to pounce on Mahomes, who showed limited mobility after his ankle injury. The time off ahead of the Super Bowl will help in the QB’s recovery, but the injury is one that tends to linger. KC will throw the football since it’s in their DNA giving Reddick more opportunities to get that sack. You can look at variations of this prop with multiple sacks offered at plus odds. And the price isn’t too steep with one sack netting nearly $70 on a $100 bet.

These are just a few of the hundreds of prop bets available at Take a look at the prop bet menu on the website and do your best to win some coin on Super Sunday.

George Newman
George Newman
Covers NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL for George is also an avid sports bettor and daily fantasy sports fan.

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