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Kansas City Chiefs 2021 Super Bowl Team Prop Bets

Kansas City Chiefs 2021 Super Bowl Team Prop Bets

A clear difference exists between the Chiefs and previous Super Bowl teams.  Kansas City has arguably the most dynamic quarterback ever to take the field on Super Sunday.  Patrick Mahomes is a force of nature.  While tight end Travis Kelce and receiver Tyreek Hill are tremendous assets for the Super Bowl betting odds.  Kansas City’s Super Bowl I and IV teams had innovative offenses for their time.  But nobody has seen anything like this current version of the Chiefs. Let’s take a look at these top players on the props board.

SUPER BOWL LV Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Betting Information

Date: Sunday, February 7, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
TV Coverage: CBS

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Odds

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Chiefs -3 (-115) 56 (-106) -172
Buccaneers +3 (-105) 56 (-114) +149
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Quarterback Patrick Mahomes Props

The over/under for pass attempts by Mahomes is 40.  And then Mahomes is at 26.5 for the total of pass completions.  The Comeback Kid is listed for an over/under of 315.5 passing yards.  The sportsbook total on Mahomes touchdown passes in Super Bowl LV is 2.5.  Specifically, Mahomes is even money to throw an interception and -120 not to throw a pick.

Overall, Mahomes attempted 38 and 30 passes in the Chiefs’ two playoff games.  He completed 21 and 29 passes for totals of 255 and 325 yards.  Mahomes totaled one, and three TD passes in the two games.  He was not intercepted.  Correlate Mahomes threw for 37 completions, 462 yards, and three touchdowns against the Bucs on November 29. In regular and postseason combined, Mahomes has 42 touchdown passes with six interceptions.

Wide Receiver Tyreek Hill Props

On the whole, Tyreek Hill has an over/under of seven pass receptions. Hill’s Betting on Super Bowl total for receiving yardage is 102.5.  For his longest pass reception, Hill is at a 34.5 yards over/under.  And then Hill is at -150 to score a touchdown and +130 not to score a TD.

To summarize, in KC’s two playoff games, Hill totaled eight and nine receptions.  He had yardage totals of 110 and 172 with no touchdowns.  This season Hill totaled 87 catches, 1276 yards, and 15 touchdowns.  Fashion that Hill caught 13 passes for 269 yards and three touchdowns against the Bucs on November 29.

Tight End Travis Kelce Props

The over/under on total receptions by Travis Kelce is 8.5.   Further, Kelce has a total for receiving yards of 105.5.  The longest reception of the day for Kelce is an over/under of 25.5 yards.  Kelce is -140 to score a touchdown on Super Sunday and +120 to not find the end zone.

So far, in the Chiefs’ two playoff games, Kelce totaled eight and 13 receptions.  His yardage totals were 109 and 118.  Kelce had touchdown totals of one and two in the postseason.  In sum, Kelce totaled 105 catches, 1416 yards, and 11 touchdowns in the regular season.

Keep in mind Kelce is the lifeline for Mahomes.  When everything is on the line, Kelce is the target.  Account of that fact makes the tight end prominent for Super Sunday.  Kelce cleared the 100-yard mark in five of his last eight regular-season games.  So too, did he go under eight receptions just once in that span.

Kicker Harrison Butker Props

Specifically, Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker’s over/under for field goals is 1.5.  Butker is listed as a Super Bowl best over/under 8.5 points in the game.

Accordingly, Butker was 3-4 and 1-1 on field goals in Kansas City’s two playoff games.  He scored ten and eight points in those postseason matchups.

Kansas City Chiefs Props CashBet Free Picks

Patrick Mahomes goes to Travis Kelce when it matters most.  In this situation, Kelce is the man to watch.  Kelce is a solid Super Bowl betting prop to go over the total for receptions, yardage, and touchdowns.  Additionally, Mahomes over 2.5 touchdown passes rates a solid shot too.

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