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Super Bowl Props Watch

Just a few days more of waiting before Super Bowl 58!

The biggest game of the year is now just a few days away! With the Chiefs and 49ers getting through media day earlier this week, all there’s left to do now is wait. In these last days leading up to Sunday, you may be looking at a few prop bets to watch for in this year’s Super Bowl. If so, stick around to check out three of our favourite props below. These are only game-related, however, so if you’re looking for any advice on Gatorade colours or halftime songs, we won’t be much help. 

Travis Kelce – OVER 6.5 Receptions

He may not have been looking his best at times in the regular season, but Travis Kelce has turned it on for the playoffs. In three games so far, he’s made 23 catches for 262 yards and three touchdowns. Clearly, when Mahomes needs a play to be made, Kelce is still his guy. In the biggest game of the year, why would that change? Although he hasn’t made a reception over thirty yards in the postseason, Kelce has always done a ton of damage with a high volume of shorter-yardage receptions. Look for that to continue in the Super Bowl. 

Christian McCaffrey – OVER 18.5 Rushing Attempts

Kansas City’s weakness on defence is against the run, which presents an opportunity for Christian McCaffrey and the 49ers in this year’s Super Bowl. The league’s best running back will undoubtedly get many opportunities with the ball on Sunday. Unlike Baltimore, I highly doubt Kyle Shanahan will abandon his ground game at any point. CMC has 37 carries in two postseason games so far for the 49ers, and with the team facing such a good Chiefs secondary, they may be leaning on him even more than usual.  

Patrick Mahomes – UNDER 291.5 Passing + Rushing Yards

With a less-than-stellar group of receivers in Kansas City this year, Patrick Mahomes has done things a little differently on the way to his 4th Super Bowl appearance in five years. He’s still finding ways to make plays at the right times and ultimately win games, but Kansas City’s quarterback has only thrown for over 300 yards once since Week 7. San Francisco’s defence won’t give him any easy yardage on the afternoon, and unless he scrambles a lot more than usual or hits a few deep bombs, it’s hard to see him getting the over on this one. His passing yardage in the playoffs has been 262, 215, and 241. It’s not about the numbers right now for Mahomes; he’s just finding ways to win.  

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