The Best Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets

The Best Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets

Written by on January 24, 2020

With the start of “Big Dance” just over a week away, now is a great time to take a look at some of the best – and most value-packed – Super Bowl LIV props odds wagers on the board for this year’s season-ending NFL Championship. With that thought in mind and the big dance getting closer by the day, let’s get down to business.

The Best Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets

Total Turnovers

If you’re wondering how many turnovers Super Bowl LIV is likely to produce, then you should know that only two Super Bowls in league history (25 and 34) have taken place without a single turnover. In addition to that, there’s only been one Super Bowl (21), where there was a single turnover. A quartet of Super Bowls (1, 7, 23 and 38) have produced two turnovers and I believe San Francisco quarterback Jimmy G will throw at least one interception in Super Bowl 54, meaning the Niners and Chiefs have to combine for just one more turnover to reach two for the game.

Pick: At Least 2 Turnovers

Race To 10 Points

San Francisco finished third in first quarter points by averaging 6.7 per game in the opening quarter. Kansas City ranks 10th in first quarter points by putting up 5.4 points per game in the opening stanza. While the Chiefs did lead the league in second quarter points by averaging 12.2 per game, the 49ers also finished fifth in second quarter points (9.0 ppg), making the Niners my pick to reach 10 points first in Super Bowl LIV.

Pick: San Francisco First to 10 Points

49ers Win Every Quarter

Even if you like San Francisco to pull off the upset in Super Bowl 54, there’s almost no way I see the Niners winning each and every quarter in doing so. This pick will cost you a cool 2500, but it’s a virtual lock that Kansas City wins at least one quarter, based on their explosive offense and high-scoring ways.

Pick: No -2500

Team With Highest Scoring Quarter

As previously mentioned, Kansas City led the league in second quarter points by putting up almost two touchdowns per game just before the half. If you saw the way Patrick Mahomes and company destroyed Houston in the divisional round while scoring 28 second quarter points before scoring 14 points in the second and fourth quarters against Tennessee in the AFC Championship, then you’ve got to go with the Chiefs to win this props odds wager.

Pick: Kansas City Chiefs

Field Goals

There were just two made field goals in Kansas City’s divisional round win over Houston and one field goal in their AFC title game win over the Titans. On the flip side of the coin, the Niners saw three field goals put on the board in their divisional round win over Minnesota and three more in their NFC Championship game win over Green Bay. I’m going with the Under 4.5 total field goals in Super Bowl 54 and you should too!

Pick: Under 4.5 Field Goals

Will The Winner of Super Bowl 54 Attend The White House?

This props odds wager has been in the spotlight ever since mercurial president Donald J. Trump took office just over three years ago. In the first two-plus years of Trump’s administration, 20 major sports teams have won championships, but only 10 gone on the visit the divisive president (and I use that term loosely) at the White House. More importantly, Trump did not invite many of these championship-winning teams while several others champs made it clear that they would not have attended even if he had.

U.S. Women’s National Team captain Megan Rapinoe said she’s “not going to the f—— White House,” if they win the World Cup and she didn’t. Trump has also made a bunch of enemies in the sports world after vilifying Collin Kaepernick, Steph Curry, LeBron James, Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, among others.

If the Niners win it all, I can’t see many of their players wanting to visit Trump and I suspect those that do want to go will be raked over the coals for their desire, particularly playing in a mostly liberal state that voted against Trump in droves in 2016. If Kansas City wins, I also suspect many players won’t want to go visit T-Rump because of their own, liberal, inclusive political views. Remember, head coach Andy Reid is the same guy that gave Michael Vick a second chance when many, right-leaning fans and Philadelphia natives were fiercely opposed against it.

If the Niners win, I’m saying, hell no, they won’t go. If the Chiefs win Super Bowl 54, I suspect the organization will take a long hard census of their players and front office before deciding to send a small delegation like the Philadelphia Eagles planned on sending a few years ago – before being turned away by the ‘butt-hurt’ Trump. I’m going with the ‘No’ selection here!

Pick: No

Will Julia Rose or Lauren Summer Be Shown Flashing?

Last, but not least, I’ll finish this off with a lighthearted pick on whether or not Julia Rose or Lauren Summer will get a chance to flash their wares again. After being banned by MLB baseball for their World Series flashing with Gerrit Cole on the mound, the pair of Instagram models now have their very own Super Bowl 54 odds. While the pair say they plan on flashing more in the near future, I’m going to say the NFL goes out of its way to make sure the two, ‘super hot’ models don’t get the opportunity to share their ample breasts with the rest of the world – unfortunately.

Pick: No