The Best & Worst Super Bowl Props To Bet On

The Best & Worst Super Bowl Props To Bet On

Written by on February 9, 2023

Super Bowl 57 is now just days away. If you’re an avid bettor, chances are you’ve already done your research and have a good idea about which way this game is going to go based on the spread (1.5) and total (51). But the Super Bowl is the biggest sports betting event of the year, meaning there’s plenty of props on which to wager.

Let’s take a look at some of the Super Bowl props bets you should absolutely bet on and those that you should probably avoid.


The Best & Worst SB Props To Bet On

Best Prop Bets on Super Bowl LVII


Team Field Goals Kansas City – 1.5

There’s plenty of worthwhile prop bets, and, if you do enough research, you can certainly convince yourself you’re making a smart bet on either of MyBookie’s props. Team field goals for Kansas City over 1.5 (-106) feels like a fairly safe bet, however. It’s true the Eagles have yet to allow a field goal in either of their two playoff games, but the Super Bowl is a different beast. It’s a little more slow paced, and teams are less willing to take risks on fourth and short – even Andy Reid’s teams.

Harrison Butker didn’t have more than one field goal in the last four regular season games, but had three field goals against the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship and two against the Jacksonville Jaguars. | Bet Super Bowl Field Goals Props


Special Team or Defensive TD Scored

This is more of a longshot, but there’s definitely some value here at +255 for a special teams or defensive TD. In the last 30 Super Bowls, there have been 15 defensive TDs. There’s also been 14 special team TDs dating back to 1973. Those figures suggest better than 28.17 percent, which is the implied probability of +255.

Philadelphia and Kansas City combined for only four D/ST TDs this season, but the Super Bowl is a chance for defensive and special teams players to cement their legacy.

Take a worthwhile risk on Yes (+255).


Will Opening Kickoff Be a Touchback?

This is a weird one. In the regular season, it might seem as though there’s rarely ever an opening kick-off that isn’t a touchback. However, the odds for this prop in the Super Bowl suggest that isn’t the case, with Yes (-168) and No (+136).

In reality, about 60 percent of kickoffs are touchbacks during the regular season. Philadelphia ranked 11th in 2022, with 65.45 percent of their kicks going for a touchback, while the Chiefs were 12th with 64.55 percent.

There should be relatively easy money here at Yes.


Worst Prop Bets on Super Bowl LVII


Total Sacks by Kansas City

Jalen Hurts loves to scramble and has been sacked 38 times this season. Meanwhile, the Chiefs ranked second in the regular season with 55 sacks. So, taking the over 2.5 (-114) might seem like a good idea, but Philadelphia’s offense has been run-heavy in the playoffs, and that should continue against a tough KC defense that likes to get to the quarterback. Hurts was only sacked once in each of the last two games.

Conversely, the under 2.5 (+114) is a bit of a gamble because, if the Chiefs win, they’ll do so with their offense and pass rush. | Bet Total Sacks Prop


Position of MVP

This is a tough one because there’s certainly value to be had in other positions winning the MVP, but that rarely happens. Could Travis Kelce, a tight end (+910), win the MVP? Absolutely, but he’d need at least two touchdowns and probably about 100 yards receiving. A tight end has also never won the Super Bowl MVP, nor has a wide receiver. In fact, the last non-QB to win the award was Adrian Peterson in 2012.

The QB position is paying out (-649) | Bet Super Bowl MVP Prop

Super Bowl LVII Game Info

When: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
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Time: 6:30 PM EST


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