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Eight Super Bowl LV prop bets worth taking
Hamilton, New Jersey based gambling guru Brian Roe has taken a look at the Super Bowl prop bets, and has come up with his top plays for the big game.
Most bettors (and sports books as well) are expecting this game to be a high-scoring affair, with two of the best quarterbacks in the game surrounded by enough weapons to light up the scoreboard.
Roe thinks this is good for many of the over props, and here are seven of the ones he picked, along with my go to wager every year.
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Ronald Jones longest rush under 12.5, odds -120: His longest rush in the playoffs has been 12 yards, and he has averaged 3.4 yards in two playoff games.
Leonard Fournette rushing yards over 46.5, odds -120: Offense is going to rule this game, and Fournette is going to carry the ball for the Bucs.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire over 26.5 rush yards, odds -135: Same thing here. Edwards-Helaire could go over this total with one run.
Byron Pringle first catch over 6.5, odds -115: His yards per reception this season was 12.3, and he had only one game where his average was under 7.
Travis Kelce longest reception over 23.5, odds -120: The main target for Patrick Mahomes, Kelce could break a long catch and run at any point.
Cameron Brate over 2.5 receptions, odds -125: The Tampa Bay receiver has caught 11 passes in three 2021 playoff games, so looks a good bet to get three more in the Super Bowl.
Brady over 290.5 passing yards, over -125: The GOAT is going to have to light up the field to keep Tampa Bay in the game. The Bucs can go vertical as well. Brady has averaged 315.3 yards in his previous nine Super Bowl appearances.
Coin flip tails, odds (-110): Tails never fails. You can be up a good amount of money before the game even starts, or you can be chasing. But it has nothing to do with the score of the game, or whether or not teams will be passing or running: it is either heads or tails.