First Touchdown Scorer Odds Favor Travis Kelce Over Jalen Hurts & A.J. Brown in Super Bowl 57 Prop Bet

Tyler Maher
First Touchdown scorer odds favor Travis Kelce over Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown.
First Touchdown scorer odds favor Travis Kelce over Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown. / ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Super Bowl is like an all-you-can-eat buffet for sports bettors. There are tons of bets available on FanDuel Sportsbook, ranging from traditional options like the spread, over/under and player props to less conventional wagers and novelty props on things like the pre-game coin toss and national anthem.

But wagering on the first touchdown scorer is one of the most classic and exciting Super Bowl bets. Here are the 20 players with the best odds to score the first touchdown in Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. For the full list, head over to FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl odds.

First Touchdown Scorer Chiefs vs Eagles Super Bowl Prop Bet Odds

1. Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs (+650)

The future Hall of Famer has 3 touchdown catches in the Chiefs' two playoff games thus far and has scored a touchdown in five straight postseason games. He's also basically Kansas City's only healthy pass-catcher at the moment.

2. Jalen Hurts, QB, Philadelphia Eagles (+800)

Philadelphia's dual-threat QB has no problem taking it in himself, which he's done in both of the Eagles' playoff games so far and 15 times in 17 games this year.

3. Isiah Pacheco, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (+800)

The rookie RB emerged as Kansas City's top ball carrier in the second half and is a good bet to find the end zone with his consistent volume.

4. Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (+900)

Philly's leading rusher scored twice against the New York Giants in the NFC Championship Game and now has 13 TDs in 18 games this year.

5. A.J. Brown, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (+900)

The Eagles' top wideout tied his career-high with 11 touchdowns during the regular season and will be the best wide receiver on the field Sunday.

6. DeVonta Smith, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (+1000)

Smith has incredible chemistry with Hurts -- his old college teammate -- which could result in an early TD connection.

7. Dallas Goedert, TE, Philadelphia Eagles (+1100)

Philly's top tight end isn't the force of nature that Kelce is, but he's still one of the best TEs in the league and is a constant red-zone threat.

8. JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+1200)

Smith-Schuster led KC's wide receivers in receiving yards, targets and catches during the regular season, so he clearly has Patrick Mahomes' attention.

9. Jerick McKinnon, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (+1200)

McKinnon went on a scoring binge late in the year with 9 touchdowns over his final six games of the season. As Kansas City's preferred pass-catching back over Pacheco, he's dangerous in the red zone.

10. Kadarius Toney, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+1200)

It's been a rough year for Toney with all the injuries, but he's flashed big-play ability when healthy and could break free for a Mahomes bomb or take it to the house on a punt return.

11. Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+1200)

MVS has emerged as a true scoring threat in the playoffs with a TD in both of the Chiefs' playoff games. He's also coming off a season-high 116 receiving yards, so perhaps he and Mahomes are finally on the same page.

12. Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)

Always a threat to vulture a TD in the regular season, Gainwell has seen his usage explode in the playoffs with 29 touches,195 total yards and a touchdown in two games.

13. Justin Watson, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+2400)

Not to be confused with Christian Watson, Justin typically draws multiple targets per game and occasionally pops off for a big play or a touchdown. He's also next on the

14. Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs (+2400)

This is a risky play given his ankle injury, but Mahomes can still sneak it in and might be able to take off if Philly's defense gives him too much space.

15. Skyy Moore, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+3000)

Moore could replace Toney as Kansas City's kick returner if Toney's too banged up for the job. With his speed and occasional receiving work as well, this could be the perfect time for the rookie to score his first NFL touchdown.

16. Boston Scott, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (+3200)

Scott has scored a touchdown in three straight games, so keep an eye on him when the Eagles get down on the goal line. He also has some value as Philadelphia's kick returner.

17. Noah Gray, TE, Kansas City Chiefs (+3300)

With the Eagles doing everything they can to shut down Kelce, that could free up some space for Kansas City's other tight end to sneak into the end zone.

18. Quez Watkins, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (+3400)

Watkins has a nice stretch in the middle of the season but has been mostly MIA lately, so it could be time for Nick Sirianni to bring him back into the fold.

19. Philadelphia Eagles Defense (+3400)

Philly's defense has been superb during the playoffs, holding both of their opponents to 7 points apiece. The Eagles also boast a tremendous pass rush that will put pressure on Mahomes and potentially lead to a pick-six or strip sack.

20. Kansas City Chiefs Defense (+4000)

KC's defense has forced multiple turnovers in four straight games, so it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see another big play from this unit.

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