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Chances are you’ve heard about people betting on Super Bowl props. These prop wagers are becoming more and more popular each year. Sportsbooks know people love to bet on the big game any way they can. They certainly don’t disappoint, as there’s a ridiculous amount of prop bets.
Just looking for a list of the different prop bets available We got you covered. Just scroll down past the content and there’s a complete list of what’s out there. Keep in mind that prop bets keeping coming in as we get closer to the game.
Want to know more about how prop bets work? Keep reading. Prop is short for proposition betting. What this means is that a book will present you with a situation or event that may or may not take place. They then place odds for that situation or event to occur. A simple example that we see every year, is the coin flip. You can bet on Heads or Tails. If you bet heads and it lands on heads, you win the bet.
You might also see one with an over/under type of bet. For example, How many yards will [running back] rush for in the Super Bowl? We’ll use 100 yards as our base. Odds for this running back to rush for over 100 yards might be +200 (or 2 to 1). Odds for the back to rush for under 100 yards might be -230.
So you would be betting on over or under 100 yards for a particular player. In this example we’ve either got a so-so running back, a great defense, or both. We know this because of the odds. The books are willing to be you double (2 to 1) if he goes over 100 yards. At the same time, you would have to risk twice as much as your bet (-200) if you bet him to stay under 100 yards.
A proposition bet like the example just provided is pretty common. It’s not something that’s exclusive to the Super Bowl. You will see a similar type of prop bet like that for a regular season game. Oddsmakers simply stretch their props to the absolute limit for the Super Bowl. They can be entertaining to down-right silly.
Proposition betting has stretched past aspects of the game itself. There will be some on the national anthem, half-time show, commercials and more. In 2008 you could have bet on who would score more total points, Tom Brady in the SB, or Kobe Bryant against the Wizards. Kobe hung 30 on the Wizards while Brady tossed just 1 TD for 6 points against the NY Giants.
The odds on these outlandish props are astronomical because they are so obviously unlikely to happen. But the fact of the matter is that sportsbooks get action on these wagers, so why not keep putting them out? My advice to you is to pick your Super Bowl props wisely this year. Don’t get so caught up in the action that you are betting on every single aspect of the game. Stick to what you know and I’m sure that your Super Bowl prop picks will do just fine.
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards||OVER 290.5 Yards||-130|
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards||UNDER 290.5 Yards||100|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Yards||OVER 246.5 Yards||-115|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Yards||UNDER 246.5 Yards||-115|
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Touchdowns||OVER 1.5 TDs||-230|
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Touchdowns||UNDER 1.5 TDs||185|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Touchdowns||OVER 1.5 TDs||-115|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Touchdowns||UNDER 1.5 TDs||-115|
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Completions||OVER 24.5 Completions||-130|
|Patrick Mahomes Passing Completions||UNDER 24.5 Completions||100|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Completions||OVER 21.5 Completions||-125|
|Jalen Hurts Passing Completions||UNDER 21.5 Completions||-105|
|A.J. Brown Receiving Yards||OVER 72.5 Yards||-125|
|A.J. Brown Receiving Yards||UNDER 72.5 Yards||-105|
|Dallas Goedert Receiving Yards||OVER 45.5 Yards||-115|
|Dallas Goedert Receiving Yards||UNDER 45.5 Yards||-115|
|DeVonta Smith Receiving Yards||OVER 62.5 Yards||-115|
|DeVonta Smith Receiving Yards||UNDER 62.5 Yards||-115|
|Miles Sanders Receiving Yards||OVER 5.5 Yards||-115|
|Miles Sanders Receiving Yards||UNDER 5.5 Yards||-115|
|Travis Kelce Receiving Yards||OVER 78.5 Yards||-115|
|Travis Kelce Receiving Yards||UNDER 78.5 Yards||-115|
Longest Reception Props
|A.J. Brown||O/U 26.5 Yards|
|Dallas Goedert||O/U 18.5 Yards|
|DeVonta Smith||O/U 23.5 Yards|
|Travis Kelce||O/U 23.5 Yards|
Head-to-Head: Most Receiving Yards
|Patrick Mahomes Rushing Yards||OVER 19.5 Yards||105|
|Patrick Mahomes Rushing Yards||UNDER 19.5 Yards||-135|
|Jalen Hurts Rushing Yards||OVER 49.5 Yards||-114|
|Jalen Hurts Rushing Yards||UNDER 49.5 Yards||-114|
|Miles Sanders Rushing Yards||OVER 58.5 Yards||-115|
|Miles Sanders Rushing Yards||UNDER 58.5 Yards||-115|
|Jerick McKinnon Rushing Yards||OVER 23.5 Yards||-114|
|Jerick McKinnon Rushing Yards||UNDER 23.5 Yards||-114|
Head-to-Head: Most Rushing Yards
|Chris Jones Sacks||OVER .75||-110|
|Chris Jones Sacks||UNDER .75||-120|
|Reddick Sacks||OVER .25||-165|
|Reddick Sacks||UNDER .25||135|
|Graham Sacks||OVER .75||215|
|Graham Sacks||UNDER .75||-270|
|Butker Total Kicking Points||OVER 7.5||-130|
|Butker Total Kicking Points||UNDER 7.5||100|
|Elliott Total Kicking Points||OVER 7.5||-105|
|Elliott Total Kicking Points||UNDER 7.5||-125|