A First Look At Super Bowl Prop Bets For Philadelphia Eagles

A First Look At Super Bowl Prop Bets For Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles are in the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2017 NFL season when they upset the New England Patriots to win the first championship in the SB era. Can they win a second on Sunday? Philly is a 1.5-point favorite on the Super Bowl odds to beat the Kansas City Chiefs.

A First Look At Super Bowl 57 Prop Bets For Philadelphia Eagles

It has been a breakout season for Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. He was a bit of a question mark entering the campaign – Philadelphia even looked into trading for Deshaun Watson last winter – but likely will finish second in NFL MVP voting and is set for a big contract extension. Hurts, a second-round pick of the Eagles in 2020, has one year left on his rookie deal and is now eligible for an extension. He is the +110 favorite to win Super Bowl MVP.

Hurts showed leadership traits and some on-field promise in his first full year as a starter in 2021, but questions about his ceiling — driven mainly by subpar accuracy numbers — lingered into last offseason. Hurts was in an ideal spot this season playing with great receivers, a good offensive line and an elite defense. But he maximized the opportunity and produced magnificent numbers in 2022.

“I don’t think he has anything to prove (as the quarterback of the future),” owner Jeffrey Lurie said this week of an extension for Hurts. “He is an MVP-caliber quarterback, an incredible leader of the team on the field (and) off the field. He’s 24 years old, incredibly mature and, most importantly, driven to be even better. What we’re seeing today, I think, is just the beginning for Jalen. This guy will attack every weakness, as he has since high school (and) since college. The future is bright and very exciting for all of us.”

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Hurts will make history on Sunday, becoming the first two Black quarterbacks to start in the same Super Bowl: “It lays the foundation for what’s to come,” said Hurts. “So many kids that have been told to change their position now know that it can be done.”

Hurts is set at over-under 241.5 passing yards, 1.5 TDs and 50.5 rushing yards on Sunday. In the NFC title game win over the 49ers, Hurts completed 15 of 25 passes for 121 yards and added 39 rushing yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. He hasn’t put up huge numbers in these playoffs as the Eagles didn’t need much in blowing out both the Niners and Giants.

Running back Miles Sanders is +2200 to win MVP and could be playing his final game with the Eagles as Sanders is set for free agency. This season, Sanders has totaled up 1,401 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns — a notable feat considering he didn’t find the end zone once in 2021 despite contributing 962 scrimmage yards. He also had 81 receiving yards on 27 receptions en route to his first career selection to the NFL Pro Bowl – although Sanders obviously didn’t compete in the Pro Bowl festivities.

Sanders and Hurts are also the first teammates in NFL history with 13 or more rushing touchdowns in a single season – Sanders had two TDs in the NFC title game win over the Niners. Sanders is set at over-under 59.5 rushing yards for Super Bowl 57 and is -105 for an anytime touchdown. Sanders averaged 73.7 rushing yards in his 19 appearances this season. The Chiefs allowed the eighth-fewest rushing yards per game (107.3) during the regular season and held their playoff opponents to a nearly identical number (107.5).

Hurts’ top two wideouts, AJ Brown and former Heisman winner DeVonta Smith, are +2500 and +3300, respectively for MVP – a receiver won Super Bowl MVP last year in the LA Rams’ Cooper Kupp. Smith set the Eagles’ franchise record for catches by a wideout (95) and Brown set the record for receiving yards (1,496) in their first season together; Smith was a 2021 first-round pick out of Alabama and Brown was acquired via trade from Tennessee during the 2022 NFL Draft. They combined for 18 touchdowns and 41 gains of 20-plus yards. Brown is +105 for an anytime TD on Sunday and Smith +150.

In the three drafts before the 2022 trade for Brown, the Eagles had taken receivers in the second round (J.J. Arcega-Whiteside), first round (Jalen Reagor), and first round (Smith); Smith was the only notable success with the other two as major busts and now elsewhere.

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