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After two agonizing weeks of prep, we’ve finally made it to Super Bowl Sunday. The Philadelphia Eagles will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57 at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox, and we’ve still got a few hours to finalize our betting card for the big game.

It’s nearly impossible to narrow down the hundreds of props available and select the few you like the best, but don’t feel overwhelmed. I’m here to help with my four favorite prop bets for Super Bowl 57 between the Eagles and Chiefs.

Let’s make some money, shall we?

4 Super Bowl prop bets to target in Eagles vs. Chiefs

Jalen Hurts runs the ball against the Giants.
Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against the New York Giants during the NFC Divisional Playoff game | Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

All betting odds courtesy of FanDuel as of 2/12.

Jalen Hurts anytime touchdown scorer (+100)

I don’t think this price accurately reflects how likely Jalen Hurts is to score a touchdown in Super Bowl 57. The Eagles quarterback has rushed for at least one score in 65% of his starts this season, and he’s scored nine touchdowns in his last nine starts.

This price should be more expensive than +100, so I’ll take the discount on the most likely touchdown scorer on the Eagles offense.

Eagles first drive touchdown + Chiefs first drive touchdown (+1200)

I expect to see a fast start from both offenses in this game because both head coaches have had two weeks to install their best scripted plays for the first drive. The Eagles ranked No. 1 in the NFL this season in first-half points per game (18.2), and the Chiefs ranked second (15.5). I think this parlay is much more likely to happen than the 12-1 price indicates.

Travis Kelce to win Super Bowl MVP (+1400)

If the Chiefs are going to win Super Bowl 57, Travis Kelce needs to have a monster game. The Eagles defense is strongest in the trenches and on the outside with Darius Slay and James Bradberry at cornerback, but it can be beat over the middle of the field. That’s where Kelce thrives in this offense.

In two games this postseason, Kelce has dominated with 21 catches for 176 yards and three touchdowns. The tight end could easily go off for 10 catches, 100 yards, and multiple touchdowns against the Eagles, and he would be hard to ignore in the Super Bowl MVP voting in that case.

Will there be a fourth-quarter comeback – Yes (+225)

If this game plays out the way I expect, it’ll come down to the wire with one team holding a small lead in the fourth quarter. I don’t see either team running away with it early, and I trust both offenses to score even if it’s playing from behind.

Obviously, we would rather the Eagles take a lead into the fourth quarter so that we can rely on Patrick Mahomes to lead a comeback.


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