When Super Bowl 56 happens on Sunday, great players at almost every position will step onto the field. But although both quarterbacks are terrific and each team has a bevy of fantastic defenders, it’s difficult to think of a Super Bowl with as many terrific receivers. Both the Rams and the Bengals boast top receiving corps, which is one of the reasons all Super Bowl bettors should consider placing receiver prop wagers. Check out six top Super Bowl Receivers Prop options.
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Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV/Streaming: NBC / Peacock
Total Reception Props
- Odell Beckham Jr. Over 5 ½ -115
For good reason, Cooper Kupp demands a ton of attention. Kupp posted the greatest regular season for a wide receiver in history.
The Bengals, no doubt, will spend defensive assets on stopping Kupp. Doing so should open Odell Beckham Jr. up for a huge day. Expect Odell to easily eclipse 6 catches.
- Tee Higgins Over 5 ½ -105
Like Cooper Kupp with the Rams, Ja’Marr Chase demands attention. In this case, the Rams are likely to stick their best cornerback and one of the best in the NFL, the great Jalen Ramsey, onto Chase.
If that happens, and every indication is that it will, the rest of the Rams secondary will have an impossible time stopping the 6’ 4” and 215 pounds Tee Higgins. The former Clemson star is a WR1 on almost every other team.
Higgins isn’t afraid to catch over the middle. We wouldn’t be either if we were as big as he is. Also, Higgins is much faster than many believe and he can outmuscle any of the Rams’ cornerbacks.
- Joe Mixon Over 3 ½ -155
Mixon must chip on Von Miller. But that doesn’t mean he won’t slide out and catch a wheel route or go over the middle for five yards.
In addition, because the Rams will stop Mixon from rushing the football, we should expect Joe to find success in the passing game. No doubt, Zac Taylor has around 5 to 6 plays he wants to run that involves Mixon in the passing game.
Total Receiving Yards Props
- Van Jefferson Over 36 ½ -116
Sean McVay is a smart coach. He knows the Bengals will concentrate on stopping passes to Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham Jr.
If the Bengals cheat their safeties up, Van Jefferson could eclipse 36 ½ passing yards on a single catch. The dude can flat out fly.
- Ja’Marr Chase Under 80 ½ -115
Ja’Marr could prove us wrong, but Joe Burrow and Zac Taylor know the easiest way to take Jalen Ramsey out of the game is to use Chase as a decoy.
80 ½ is a lot of yards. So in reality, Chase could have a great game and still not reach 81 receiving yards.
- Joe Mixon Over 70 ½ -110
Mixon could be a huge part of the passing attack. The Rams are good at stopping the rush and since the Rams must deal with Chase, Higgins, Tyler Boyd and TE C.J. Uzomah, Joe should be able to chip on Miller and then float out for catches in open space.
Mixon could eclipse 70 ½ yards on a single catch if he takes it to the house. It might take 3 to 5 catches to get 71, but if the game happens the way it should, Mixon no doubt will go for at least 75 yards.