3 Best Super Bowl 57 Receiving Prop Bets for Chiefs vs Eagles
If you're reading this story I don't have to tell you that Super Bowl betting is the most fun part of Sunday night's game.
And when it comes to betting on the Super Bowl, it's not the usual spread and moneyline bets that make things so fun either — it's the prop bets.
We've already outlined the best passing prop bets and rushing prop bets for the game, but here are the three best receiving prop bets to consider for Super Bowl 57.
Best Super Bowl 57 Receiving Props
1. Travis Kelce Over 79.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Travis Kelce has been a monster for the Chiefs in the playoffs thus far. The clear No. 1 target for Patrick Mahomes. He has three touchdowns in two games and a whopping 25 targets. That kind of volume is enough to love this over. Furthermore, since 2019, Kelce has averaged 86 yards per game as an underdog, as the Chiefs are in Super Bowl LVII. Kelce has 98 yards in the Divisional Round against Jacksonville and just a shade under this total at 78 yards in the AFC Championship game. I expect Kelce to shine when the lights are the brightest.
2. A.J. Brown Over 72.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
A.J. Brown has put up two duds in the playoffs from a receiving yards standpoint thus far, but he has a major size advantage over Kansas City Chiefs cornerbacks, and when he has had that same advantage in the past, he's averaged over 77 yards per game. He's struggled with drops the past few weeks, but he's a needed piece of this Philly offense if they want to give themselves the best chance to win. I expect them to try and get him the ball early and often to build his confidence and get him going.
3. Isiah Pacheco Over 16.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Isiah Pacheco was virtually non-existent in the Chiefs' passing game until the AFC Championship game, when he turned in an impressive 5-catch, 59-yard performance through the air., averaging almost 10 yards per target. In that same sense, we saw Jerick McKinnon's production drop, only hauling in two catches. It's clear there was a shift in strategy for the AFC Championship game, and the results were very fruitful for Pacheco. Even if he has half the game through the air he had against Cincinnati, he will easily clear this over.
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