Super Bowl 57 Player Props: Sportsbooks Open Chiefs, Eagles Odds

Written By Brett Gibbons on January 30, 2023
Super Bowl Player Props

Super Bowl 57 is set between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. With our two tickets punched, sportsbooks released a sea of Super Bowl player props for bettors to sort through. From a household name like Patrick Mahomes to a role player like Kenneth Gainwell, the possibilities are nearly endless. Below, we’ll lay out the top player on the market.

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Super Bowl Player Props

Bet on any Super Bowl player props by clicking on odds in the table below. Toggle between dozens of props using the dropdown menu.

Jalen Hurts Player Props

Perhaps one of the most exciting players to bet on, Jalen Hurts carries a passing prop set at yards. Given his dynamism in the run-centric Eagles offense, you may want to consider betting on his combined rushing and passing yardage total, set at . Philadelphia posted consecutive blowouts on the NFC Playoffs, so Hurts has not eclipsed either number since December.

Hurts is lined for passing touchdowns and is among the favorites to score a touchdown ().

Patrick Mahomes Player Props

Mahomes’ ankle appeared to be little more than a talking point in the AFC Championship Game, where he threw for 326 yards. With another two weeks to heal, his passing yards prop for Super Bowl 57 is set at a lofty yards against a terrific Eagles defense. His passing touchdowns prop is set at .

Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks dominate the MVP market, with 31 QBs winning the award in 56 editions. Mahomes is the Chiefs favorite by a wide margin at .

Travis Kelce Player Props

Travis Kelce may end up being the most-bet non-QB in this game given his vital role in the Chiefs offense. Though a tight end has never won the Super Bowl MVP award, he has the second-best odds on KC at , also tied for the top odds among non-QBs.

To secure the award, Kelce might need to usurp his receiving props, set at yards and receptions. He’s also on the short list of anytime touchdown scorers ().

Miles Sanders Player Props

Coming off a two-touchdown performance in the NFC Championship Game, Miles Sanders is to find pay dirt in the Super Bowl. Oddsmakers set Sanders’ rushing yards at and his combined rushing and receiving mark at .

Sanders carries some of the shortest odds to score twice at .

AJ Brown Player Props

Hurts’ top target didn’t see his usual workload in the NFC Championship Game thanks to the Eagles’ production in the ground game. However, against a high-flying Chiefs’ team, AJ Brown might see more targets, receptions, and yards. His receiving yardage prop is set at and his receptions are set at . Brown has odds to score a touchdown.

DeVonta Smith Player Props

Brown’s counterpart, DeVonta Smith, had more receptions this season (95) than Brown (88), but with nearly 300 fewer yards. Smith’s receiving props stand at receptions, yards, and to score a touchdown.

Just four Heisman Trophy winners also won the Super Bowl MVP Award: Marcus Allen, Jim Plunkett, Roger Staubach, and most recently Desmond Howard (1997). Smith could be the fifth at odds.

Jerick McKinnon Player Props

Jerick McKinnon is lined at rushing yards against the Chiefs. He also has odds to score a touchdown. While rushing may come to mind with a back like McKinnon, nine of his ten touchdowns came through the air.

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Isiah Pacheco Player Props

Isiah Pacheco recently emerged as the Chiefs’ lead rusher, but only amassed 26 yards against a stout Bengals defense. For this game, his rushing total is set at yards and he has odds to score a touchdown.

Dallas Goedert Player Props

Dallas Goedert led the Eagles in receptions against the 49ers. Since returning from injury, he’s been an instrumental part in the offense, nearly matching Brown and Smith’s target totals this postseason. For Super Bowl 57, Goedert’s receiving props are set at receptions and yards.

Kenneth Gainwell Player Props

Gainwell sits second in a deep running back room. He rushed for a season-high 112 yards in the NFC Divisional Round against the Giants and scored a touchdown. However, his backup Boston Scott also saw plenty of carries this postseason, potentially vulturing touchdowns away from him. Gainwell’s odds to score a touchdown in Super Bowl 57 are set at . You can find his rushing yards set at .

Also utilized in the passing game, Gainwell is lined for combined rushing and receiving yards.

Chiefs Super Bowl Receiving Player Props

Kansas City suffered multiple injuries to receivers in the AFC Championship Game, including to JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney. The effects carry beyond those players, who currently don’t have yardage or reception props on them. Players like Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Skyy Moore may see their individual numbers fluctuate or be taken off the board entirely.

Keep an eye on the injury report leading up to kickoff. Though these players have two weeks to recover, they may not all be available.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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