Super Bowl LVII: The Philadelphia Eagles have one more hurdle to get past in order to be crowned Super Bowl champions for the second time in five years. The Kansas City Chiefs stand in their way, with the two clashing in Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, this weekend.
There are plenty of lenses to view the Super Bowl through from a betting perspective, but building a same-game parlay is where the fun really lies. This +3500 Same Game Parlay looks like great value going into Saturday’s game.
Super Bowl LVII: Chiefs vs Eagles parlay +3500
If you’re going to be betting on action besides the spread, here are some player props we like from Super Bowl LVII, bundled into a juicy Same Game Parlay at +3500
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Jalen Hurts: Anytime TD
Jalen Hurts has 13 rushing touchdowns to his name in 2022, the second-most of ANY quarterback in NFL history. He’s also had 8 games in his young career where he’s scored 2+ rushing touchdowns. Given how dominant the Eagles are at running QB Sneaks and how intimidating that offensive line is, it feels almost certain that Hurts finds his way to the endzone one way or another when his team needs him the most.
Kenneth Gainwell: Over 19.5 rushing yards
Kenneth Gainwell’s playoff production has been a welcome addition to the teams‘ offensive output. For whatever reason, Gainwell’s touches per game have spiked to 14.5 (4.5 in the regular season) and he’s had at least 35 rushing yards in each of his last 3 games. 19.5 feels like a modest number for a back who is going to be involved in the game frequently if recent history is anything to go by.
Philadelphia Eagles: -1.5
I explained in an article yesterday how the Chiefs dealing with minor injuries in key areas could play into the hands of a rampant Eagles defense. The margin might not be much, but it could be enough to swing momentum into the corner of Jalen Hurts, who very rarely misses the game-winning shot if the final possession.
I expect the Eagles to be surgical and rise to every challenge the Chiefs can muster. Patrick Mahomes may well be the league MVP, but Jalen Hurts has an element to his game that Mahomes lacks. With wideouts running on less than 100%, there is every chance that this becomes a shootout and the Eagles have all the firepower in the world to go toe-to-toe with a bruised Chiefs offense.
Travis Kelce: Under 74.5 receiving yards
Travis Kelce might be the focal point of the Chiefs’ offense on Sunday, but that doesn’t mean he will dominate. The Eagles have only allowed more than 70 yards to a tight end ONCE all year, and that was to Chigoziem Okonkwo of the Tennessee Titans.
The Eagles gave up just 768 yards to opposing tight ends all year, which equates to an average of 45 yards per outing. Travis Kelce crept over the 75-yard mark against the Bengals and had 98 yards against the Jags, but that doesn’t mean that trend will continue.
Jason’s brother has 16 receptions for 176 yards in 2 Super Bowl appearances, averaging 88 yards per game. A lot of money is going to be coming in on Kelce to fly over his totals, whereas I think this gives us a good opportunity to be contrarian, bet on the structured Eagles secondary to hold firm, and keep Kelce under what is really a pretty high total for any player.
Haason Reddick: 2+ sacks
Haason Reddick might just be the premier pass-rusher in this matchup and he’s recorded 2+ sacks 5 times this season. The Chiefs are vulnerable to edge rushers and with Mahomes potentially still battling that ankle injury, this could be a great spot to bet behind Reddick.
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