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Best Super Bowl 57 Player Prop Bets To Back Today

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The NFL betting season comes to a close Sunday with Super Bowl 57 between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The Super Bowl offers more than 2,000 prop bets that eminate from a handful of brick-and-mortar books in Las Vegas. The Circa, SuperBook and Caesars Sportsbook are among those who have posted pages and pages of props for decades.

This year, among the wagers being offered: Joel Embiid Points + Rebounds on Feb 11 (+1.5, +100) or Dallas Goedert Receiving Yards In Super Bowl 57 (-1.5, -130); Length Of Longest Play In SB57 (Pick, +130) or Total Points In Game (Pick, -160); and Team With The Most Punts: Chiefs (-130) or Eagles (+100).

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We're going to do our best to offer the top five player props available for Sunday's game. The line on Super Bowl 57 opened with the Chiefs as 2.5-point favorites. A flurry of early cash pushed that line five points in less than 24 hours. It has since settled with Philadelphia as 1.5-point favorites and anywhere between -120 and -125 on the moneyline. The Chiefs are fetching up to +100. The total opened at 51.5 and sunk to 49.5, before landing at 50.5.

The folks at BetMGM Sportsbook tell us that 90% of the betting handle and total wagers come on Saturday and Sunday of Super Bowl weekend, while 50% of the betting handle comes Sunday.

Barring an unforseen injury or other historic event, don't expect much movement in any of these prop markets before kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

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Here are our best Super Bowl 57 player prop bets to back on sports betting apps today.

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Under 31.5 Passing Attempts -125 at BetMGM
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Under 294.5 Yards Passing -117 at BetMGM
Eagles TE Dallas GoedertOver 48.5 Yards Receiving -115 at BetMGM
Eagles RB Miles Sanders or Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco To Gain +100 Yards From Scrimmage +200 at FanDuel
Eagles WR A.J. Brown Under 5.5 Receptions -136 at FanDuel

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Jalen Hurts Under 31.5 Passing Attempts

Odds: -125 at BetMGM

Best Bet: Given the tone and tenor of the news coming from the desert - both in Arizona and Las Vegas - Hurts is not 100% in terms of his shoulder. That doesn't mean the Eagles are doomed. Hardly, if/when Philly does win, it will be on the back of its defense, offensive line/running game, and tight end. And Hurts is fully healthy when it comes to his ability to run with the ball. He has fallen under this number in both playoff games. Hurts will get the job done with his head and his legs.

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Patrick Mahomes Under 294.5 Yards Passing

Odds: -117 at BetMGM

Best Bet: Heresy! Patrick Mahomes led the NFL in passing with 5,250 yards this season. The most in his career. And he did it without Tyreek Hill. His regular season average is 308.8 YPG, more than a dozen yards over this total posted on Kansas betting apps. Mahomes wrecked the Bengals with 326 yards through the air on his bad ankle in the AFC title game. He's averaging over 300.2 yards per game in the playoffs.

But those numbers will be muted by the situation on the ground Sunday. The Eagles defense will be the toughest Mahomes has faced all season, at least in terms of yards allowed through the air (179.8). Mahomes has gone under in three of his last five games. The Eagles' focus will be to keep Mahomes in the pocket and to force him to force the ball. And Philly should keep it close, also limiting what the Chiefs can do.

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Dallas Goedert Over 48.5 Yards Receiving

Odds: -120 at BetMGM

Best Bet: Tight ends have enjoyed a renaissance in the postseason. Starting in the Wild Card Round, Dallas tight end Dalton Schultz helped to end the career of Tom Brady with a two-score performance at Tampa. George Kittle helped to carry the 49ers to the NFC title game and proved to be Niners' only reliable target not named Christian McCaffrey.

Both the Eagles and Chiefs have ridden their tight ends to this game. While KC's Travis Kelce will certainly grab lots of money in the TD market, the best value on this board is Dallas Goedert going over this total. His numbers are not fully reliant on Jalen Hurts' shoulder being 100% healthy. Goedert gets open and chews up green after the catch. The Chiefs will have to play him man with linebackers to avoid getting burned by the likes of A.J. Brown. The Chiefs have given up 50.4 yards per game to tight ends this season. Goedert has gone over this number eight times and missed by less than three twice.

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Miles Sanders or Isiah Pacheco To Gain 100+ Yards From Scrimmage

Odds: +200 at FanDuel

Best Bet: This is a solid number for a pair of players who have emerged as real threats in the postseason. Isiah Pacheco has had 22 rushing attempts and six catches for a combined 186 yards, or 93 per each playoff game. The Chiefs activated Clyde Edwards-Helaire this week after an injury. But Pacheco has been a reliable ball carrier for a rookie and will have space to run given the focus on Travis Kelce and the Chiefs' deep receivers.

Sanders has averaged just 67.5 yards in the postseason, but both Philly wins were blowouts. Like Pacheco, he won't be a focus of the opposing defense and has the ability to break a big play.

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A.J. Brown, Under 5.5 Receptions

Odds: -136 at FanDuel

Best Bet: Philly WR A.J. Brown remains the focus of opposing defenses. That's not going to change on Sunday. The Chiefs' secondary is its weakness on defense, but Jalen Hurts will likely be on the move given the resurgence of Chris Jones and won't be able to get the ball to Brown deep.

Brown has gone over this number in just five of the 19 games he has played for the Eagles. He's caught four or fewer balls in his past four games. Dallas Goedert and DeVonta Smith will be targeted at Brown's expense.

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.
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