Super Bowl LVII Prop Picks – Bet These Right Now!

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This could very well be the year where sportsbooks take in more money on Super Bowl player props than they do on the game’s point spread. It happened last year at one prominent sportsbook. The book took in more action on Cooper Kupp’s Anytime Touchdown prop than on the game’s point spread. Crazy!

The Super Bowl LVII betting board is chock full of player props. Here are four of the best Super Bowl LVII player props for Sunday’s game.



Goedert stats and prop pickIt’s the perfect setup. Hurts loves to look for Goedert, especially on early downs. Goedert has 40 catches for first downs this season and he is a YAC machine. He will go up against a Kansas City defense that ranks 30th in opponent red-zone scoring percentage. 

The Chiefs have also given up nine TDs to opposing tight ends this season. That’s tied for fifth-most in the NFL. Kansas City also ranks 31st in touchdowns allowed from the slot (RB, WR, or TE). 

Goedert scored in the divisional round win over the Giants and wasn’t really needed in the blowout win over the Niners. In one career game against KC in 2021, Goedert had 56 receiving yards and a TD. 

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Miles sanders prop pickAt +100, Sanders is the best bet to lead Sunday’s game in rushing. It starts with his usage rate. In what should be a close game, Sanders accounts for 79 percent of the Eagles’ carries in games where Philadelphia was behind or winning by seven or fewer points. 

He still carries 61 percent of the time when the Eagles are ahead by more than seven. In 13 of 17 games this season, Sanders out-rushed his QB Jalen Hurts. Hurts, of course, would be Sanders’ top competition. With Hurts’ shoulder injury, the Eagles have been less likely to use him in the running game. 

For Kansas City, Isaiah Pacheco is the closest competition, but the Chiefs pass on early downs at the second-highest rate in the NFL. Plus, Jerick McKinnon will likely share carries with Pacheco. That will open the door for Sanders, who wasn’t needed much in the NFC title game but did rush for 90 yards in the divisional round win over the Giants.

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While Sanders is the Eagles go-to on the ground, Hurts is a touchdown machine, especially when Philly gets close to the opposing end zone. He has rushed for a touchdown in seven of his last nine games and has 15 rushing scores in 17 games on the season. That’s almost one a game. 

Getting Hurts at plus-money (+100 to +105 at most books) is a bonus even though Hurts was dinged up late in the season. Hurts is practically unstoppable on QB sneaks and, remember, the Chiefs rank 31st in overall red zone defense. 

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Patrick Mohomes prop picksYes, the Eagles pass defense is pretty good. Their pass rush led the NFL with 70 sacks. They also didn’t play a passing offense like the Chiefs this season. Kansas City ranked No. 1 in pass blocking win rate this season. 

Mahomes actually cleared this parlay in nine of the 16 full regular season games that he played. In his last 12 career playoff games, he’s hit this parlay nine times. In the AFC title game with a bum ankle, Mahomes went for 326 yards and two TDs. With two weeks to prepare, HC Andy Reid will whip up a master plan for Mahomes to carve up the Eagles D.

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