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Super Bowl LVII: Our 6 PrizePicks Props for Chiefs vs. Eagles

Super Bowl LVII Our 5 PrizePicks Props for Chiefs vs. Eagles
Mike Noblin
Written by Mike Noblin
February 10, 2023

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Ready to make some cold hard cash on Super Bowl LVII? We got what you need! For even more action, check out our best bets and other prop bets for this incredible matchup.

Player prop bets are an excellent way to make watching the Super Bowl even more entertaining. PrizePicks doesn't disappoint when it comes to their props offering either. Heck, you can even bet on the number of punts from each team's punter!

We went 5-3 with our player prop bets in both the AFC and NFC Championship games. We're ready to build on those positive vibes and finish the season off with a bang!

Check out our 6 PrizePicks props for Chiefs vs. Eagles. You can play these as a Power Play or a Flex Play! We're rolling with the Flex option because it gives us implied odds of only -119 per pick.

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Boston Scott UNDER 10.5 Rushing Yards

Scott showed up in a big way against the Niners in the conference title game by finding the end zone. While that was nice to see, we have to remember that Scott is still Philly's 3rd string running back. The main reason he got 6 carries against San Fran was because of the huge lead.

The former Louisiana Tech Bulldog stayed under this rushing yardage total in 8 of 15 games this season. He's also gone under this number in 3 of his last 4. During the regular season, Scott only averaged 3.6 carries per game.

In a game that should be tightly contested, you have to wonder just how many carries Scott will get. Miles Sanders is the bell cow, and we expect him to get the lion's share of the action for Philly. Take Scott to stay under 10.5 rushing yards. There's a reason Caesars juices this Under at -154.

Kenneth Gainwell UNDER 21.5 Rushing Yards

We're doubling down on our belief that the majority of the Eagles' running game production will come from the aforementioned Sanders and Jalen Hurts. Gainwell has a nice burst, but we just don't see him seeing the field enough to do much damage.

When Gainwell is on the field, he'll be going up against a Chiefs defense that ranks 8th in rushing yards allowed. The former Memphis Tiger only averaged 14.1 rushing yards per game during the regular season. For his career, he's only averaged 16.1 rushing yards per game.

Checking the game log, we see that Gainwell stayed under this total in 13 of 19 games this season. Maybe that's why FanDuel has this prop priced at 16.5 instead of 21.5.

Quez Watkins UNDER 14.5 Receiving Yards

We'll stick with our Philly under rhythm by adding Watkins to the mix. He's only averaging 6.6 receiving yards per game over his last 5. The former Southern Miss Golden Eagle has also stayed under this number in 4 straight games.

With an offense as loaded as Philly's, guys like Quez often get overlooked. It's easy to see why, with guys like DeVonta Smith, AJ Brown, and Dallas Goedert competing for their own share of targets. It also doesn't hurt that Kansas City ranks 6th in the league in yards per pass allowed.

Isiah Pacheco OVER 12.5 Receiving Yards

Pacheco stepped in nicely for Kansas City when Clyde Edwards-Helaire went down with an injury. The former Rutgers star has a ton of ability, and he runs much bigger than his 5-11 215-pound frame. We think Pacheco will make an impact as a pass-catcher in Super Bowl LVII.

The Chiefs have started to throw the ball to Pacheco more than they did earlier in the season. He's averaging 23 receiving yards per game over his last 5. He's also averaged nearly 2 receptions per game over that same span.

The other reason we like this play is the game script. Philly leads the league in sack rate, so look for Andy Reid to dial up more than a few screen passes. PointsBet has this priced at 15.5, which is closer to where we think it should be.

Harrison Butker OVER 1.5 Made Field Goals

It's the Super Bowl, so we can't leave out the kickers! Butker has one of the strongest legs in the game, and it's great to see him healthy after an early season injury. Including the playoffs, Butker has made 23 of 29 field goal attempts.

As great as Butker's leg is, the main reason we like him to make at least 2 field goals has to do with Philly's defense. The Eagles rank 11th in red zone defense. They only allowed touchdowns on 53.57% of their opponents' red zone trips this season.

That tells us that Butker should get a couple of short field goal opportunities in this game. He's made 12 of 13 field goal attempts from 39 yards or less this year. BetMGM has this Over priced at -145, which gives us lots of value with PrizePicks' implied price of -119 on a 5-way Flex play.

Dallas Goedert OVER 4.5 Receptions

Wooooooah Nellie, there's lots of value on this prop as well. DraftKings, one of the sharpest books around for props because of their DFS background, juices this Over at a whopping -160. PointsBet prices this a full reception higher at 5.5, which just further speaks to how much value there is in this play.

Goedert has been one of Jalen Hurts' favorite targets all year long. Don't be surprised if Hurts looks Goedert's way early and often in a game of this magnitude. The former South Dakota State star exceeded this number of receptions in 8 of 14 games this season.

Goedert caught 5 passes against Kansas City back in 2021, which is also a good sign in our favor. With Philly's strong running game getting them into lots of 3rd down and short situations, look for Nick Sirianni to call Goedert's number on some quick slants over the middle.

Bonus Prop: Kenneth Gainwell OVER 1.5 Receptions

If you're late to the party and couldn't capture any of the above plays at the lines we got several days ago, here's a bonus prop. You can use this in any PrizePicks parlay, and we feel it has an excellent chance of hitting.

Miles Sanders may be the featured back in Philly's offense, but Gainwell is their go-to pass catcher out of the backfield. The Eagles love to slip Gainwell the ball on some 3rd down screen passes. All we need is for that to happen a couple of times and we're home free with this pick.

Gainwell has gone over this total number of receptions in 5 of his last 8 games. That's good enough for us to pull the trigger. Also, it doesn't hurt that BetRivers prices this Over at -148.

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