Betting analysis of touchdown props available at SI Sportsbook for Super Bowl LVII.
If you want to get in the action of Super Bowl LVII, why not place a simple bet or two on who will find the end zone?
SI Sportsbook has the game total listed at the top at 50.5, suggesting it doesn’t expect a low-scoring defensive battle. Instead, we could have a shootout where the point spread stays at less than a field goal.
What does that mean? landings, baby! We hope to get more than a few and that many players will cash in bet slips.
Let’s break down the current touchdown prop markets at SI Sportsbook for the big game between the bosses And Eagle.
Super Bowl LVII First, Anytime, Last Touchdown Props
First (+675) | Anytime (-110) | Last (+675)
First (+750) | Anytime (+105) | Last (+775)
First (+775) | Anytime (+105) | Last (+800)
First (+900) | Anytime (+125) | Last (+875)
First (+950) | Anytime (+130) | Last (+1000)
First (+1050) | Anytime (+150) | Last (+1100)
De Vonta Smith
First (+1150) | Anytime (+170) | Last (+1200)
First (+1250) | Anytime (+175) | Last (+1250)
First (+1650) | Anytime (+260) | Last (+1750)
Marquez Valdes scantling
First (+1650) | Anytime (+270) | Last (+1700)
First (+1700) | Anytime (+270 | Last (+1750)
First (+1750) | Anytime (+270) | Last (+1750)
First (+2200) | Anytime (+320) | Last (+2200)
First (+2500) | Anytime (+420) | Last (+2500)
First (+2800) | Anytime (+475) | Last (+3000)
First (+300 | Anytime (+560) | Last (+3300)
First (+3300) | Anytime (+640) | Last (+4000)
First (+300) | Anytime (+550) | Last (+4000)
First (+4000) | Anytime (+575) | Last (+3300)
First (+4500) | Anytime (+875) | Last (+4500)
First (+6000) | Anytime (+950) | Last (+5000)
First (+7000) | Anytime (+1100) | Last (+7000)
First (+8000) | Anytime (+1400) | Last (+8000)
First (+8000) | Anytime (+1600) | Last (+8000)
First (+9000) | Anytime (+1450) | Last (+9000)
First (+9000) | Anytime (+1450) | Last (+9000)
First (+10000) | Anytime (+1850) | Last (+10000)
Great Britain Covey
First (+10000) | Anytime (+2000) | Last (+12500)
First (+12500) | Anytime (+2000) | Last (+12500)
First (+12500) | Anytime (+2000) | Last (+10000)
No touchdown scorer (+15000)
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This definitely looks like a game with rushing touchdowns as the Eagles had 32 rushing touchdowns as the league leader in the regular season. The second closest team was the cowboys with 24. The Eagles also have seven in the playoffs.
The Chiefs are yet to have a rushing touchdown this postseason.
As for rushing touchdowns allowed, the Eagles allowed 15 rushing touchdowns (17th) during the regular season while the Chiefs only allowed 10 (fifth).
Last week, the Eagles had four rushing touchdowns in a single game against the league’s second-toughest running defense in the league 49ers. Miles Sanders had two of them while Jalen hurts carried the ball over the goal line once. Hurts leads Philadelphia with 15 rushing touchdowns in 17 games (including the postseason), averaging nearly one per game. Sanders has 13 total touchdowns in 19 games.
For Kansas City, Isiah Pacheco has just five total touchdowns in 19 years Patrick Mahomes added four rushing scorers. Two of those five touchdowns have come in the last four games Pacheco has played, and his five total streaks lead the passing Chiefs. With Mahomes slightly injured I would guess they won’t do anything to jeopardize his health and Pacheco will likely carry goal lines. Mahomes has proven almost superhuman though, so getting a +475 odd on his anytime touchdown prop could be a fun bet. Mahomes has +325 odds to score over .5 rushing touchdowns.
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With the Chiefs being a passing-heavy team and such a high game count, we’ll likely see a series of touchdowns next Sunday as well. The Eagles have the healthier receiving corps, and Hurts can also threaten teams with the pass. Multiple receivers could find the end zone in Super Bowl LVII next.
If you just want to grab a lottery ticket, SI Sportsbook has odds for players like Zach Pascal, Quez Watkins And Noah Gray. Of these players, gray might be your best bet. As we hear more about it Kadarius Toney‘s and JuJu Smith-SchusterWhen health comes into play, this stat will likely change. If Toney and Smith-Schuster can go, my pick for the long shot would be Watkins.
Long shots aside, we focus on the player with the best chance of finding the end zone – Travis Kelce. Mahomes has found Kelce in the end zone 15 times in a total of 19 games this year as a team-best, including three postseason goals. He’s commanded a 31.9% target percentage for the Chiefs this year.
Kelce’s 15 postseason touchdowns are Rob Gronkowski’s second-most all-time, behind only Jerry Rice. However, Kelce’s 15 touchdowns were only recorded in 17 games played, while Gronkowski played 22 and Rice 29. Kelce has nearly one touchdown per postseason game in his career.
Next up are the Chiefs with touchdowns this year Jerick McKinnon, who logged nine. All nine of those points came from the last six games of the regular season, and he didn’t catch a touchdown in the postseason.
Marquez Valdes scantling has received four touchdowns this year, with one coming in every postseason game.
AJ Brown has conceded 11 touchdowns for the Eagles this year, though none of them came in the postseason. Week 16 was the last time Brown found the end zone. Despite not having a single goal in the red zone in the postseason, he has seen a 29.6% red zone percentage this season.
De Vonta Smith has a target share of 25.9% for the year and a target share of 28.6% for the postseason (which coincidentally is the same as Kenneth Gainwell). He had one postseason touchdown and seven more during the regular season.
Dallas Goedert had a 20.4% target share this year, but during the postseason he has commanded a whopping 42.9% of red zone targets. He had a touchdown in the divisional round vs Giants, and he had three more in 15 regular-season games. The Chiefs have handed the fifth most touchdowns to tight ends.
Editor’s Note: You can read more about charging, receiving, and passing touchdown props in these articles.
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