The Super Bowl LVII is just over a week away as the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles make their way to sunny Arizona. BetAnySports has posted already posted all sorts of fun game, team and entertainment props, so let’s sift through the whole list and see which ones make the most sense.
Super Bowl LVII Eagles vs. Philadelphia Chiefs Odds by BetAnySports
|Chiefs||+2 (-110)||49½ (-110)||+110|
|Eagles||-2 (-110)||49½ (-110)||-130|
Travis Kelce, Anytime Touchdown Scorer
Odds at BetAnySports.eu: -115
Travis Kelce remains the best and most consistent players in the league right now. This prop has him scoring a touchdown in the big game against the Eagles and the odds are just -115. However, he’s scored the second-most touchdowns in the league with 12 and he’s reached the end zone three more times in the playoffs, scoring a touchdown in both the Divisional Round game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the AFC Championship against the Cincinnati Bengals.
If the Chiefs continue to score points as they have this year, Kelce is bound to be the primary target. Kansas City will use their top players to the best of their abilities, and he’ll get some designed looks as touchdown opportunities.
Patrick Mahomes, over 39.5 Passing Attempts
Odds at BetAnySports.eu: -110
The Chiefs signal caller is hit with a pretty hefty prop bet when it comes to his passing attempts in the Super Bowl. The current number is set at 39.5 attempts, a number that might easily be surpassed.
Mahomes threw 43 passes in the AFC Championship game and another 30 in the Divisional against the Jaguars. He would have likely surpassed the 39.5 attempt mark in that game as well if he didn’t exit with an injury.
In most games that have been higher scoring for the Chiefs, Mahomes has been tasked with airing it out. The Eagles have an explosive offense and it’s going to result in the Chiefs trying to let it fly more often than usual. He’ll surpass this total.
AJ Brown, over 5.5 Receptions
Odds at BetAnySports.eu: +105
This prop might be a little riskier than the previous two. A.J. Brown is considered the top weapon on this Eagles passing game but hasn’t been able to haul in a significant number of receptions lately. That’s led to him being vocal and complaining, but that still didn’t help.
This prop has him listed at 5.5 receptions with the over feeling like it can cash out. Brown has caught a total of seven passes in the two playoff games this season. However, many of the teams’ higher scoring games have watched Brown haul in six plus catches. For all intents and purposes, the Eagles two playoff games have been one-sided.
The Chiefs have a very young secondary and are likely to be putting up a good chunk of points themselves. Philadelphia will call upon their best pass catcher to rack up points of their own. It’s hard to see Brown not get his number called that often. Go over the number here.
T.J. Edwards, over 8.5 Tackles
Odds at BetAnySports.eu: -105
T.J. Edwards has been a great piece in this Eagles defense throughout the season. He’s been so consistently good that the props have his total number of tackles at 8.5. This includes both solo tackles and assists.
Edwards has racked up a combined seven total tackles in his previous two playoff games, though those games saw their opponents score just seven points apiece. The Chiefs aren’t going to be as easily tamed and Edwards will be forced out on the field much more. It
In the last three games that the Eagles have allowed over 14 points, Edwards has had at least 10 total tackles. In a competitive game, Edwards will hit the mark.