3 Best Mike Evans Prop Bets for Buccaneers-Chiefs Super Bowl 55 Game

Mike Evans prop bets for Buccaneers-Chiefs Super Bowl LV matchup.
Mike Evans prop bets for Buccaneers-Chiefs Super Bowl LV matchup. / Dylan Buell/Getty Images

Super Bowl LV is less than a week away, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing host to the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium. One player sure to make an impact in this game is Buccaneers wideout Mike Evans, who just registered his seventh straight season with at least 1,000 receiving yards.

For bettors who want to keep a particularly close eye on Evans throughout this Buccaneers-Chiefs Super Bowl showdown, here are the three best Mike Evans prop bets, per odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook.

Mike Evans Super Bowl 55 Prop Bets

1. Any Time Touchdown Scorer: +110

Evans was a touchdown machine this season, posting a career-best 13 receiving TDs, which placed him fourth in the entire league and first on his team. His connection with quarterback Tom Brady is abundantly clear, with Evans being a great go-to option when the team needs a score given his 6-foot-5 frame. The wideout has scored in two of the Bucs' three postseason games, and he'll likely be at the center of at least one TD on Sunday.

2. Mike Evans - Receiving Yards: Under 63.5 (-110)

Evans is certainly capable of big yardage days, but he's been on a downward trend in the playoffs, starting with 119 yards before falling to 3 and 51 yards in the next two games, respectively. Also going against the wideout is the fact that he's hit 64-plus yards in only seven of his 19 games (including playoffs) this season. One final strike against his yard total is the fact that he managed just 50 yards on 9 targets against the Chiefs in Week 12, so it's clear that they know how to keep him quiet.

3. Mike Evans - Total Receptions: Under 4.5 (-106)

This prop is almost too close to call. On the season, Evans is averaging 4.4 receptions per game, and he's posted 5 or more receptions in nine of his 19 contests, so there's no real indication one way or the other. Going against Evans is his downward trend after the Wild Card Round, grabbing just 1 catch in the Divisional Round and 3 receptions in the NFC Championship. Brady likes to spread his targets around the Bucs' loaded offense, so it's easier to see multiple players around 3-4 catches than one with 5-plus.

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