Will superstar signal-caller Patrick Mahomes light up the San Francisco 49ers vaunted defense while leading the favored Kansas City Chiefs to the big win in Super Bowl 54? Will lightning-fast Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill get past the Niners’ defensive backs to score one of his patented long touchdowns? Could unheralded running back Damien Williams make his presence felt or will Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce show everyone that he and not George Kittle, is the best tight end in the league today?
If you’re looking for some value-packed Super Bowl LIV props odds, then look no further. I’ve got a handful of expert of props odds predictions centered around the Kansas City Chiefs as they get set for the biggest game in franchise history in five decades.
Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets
Patrick Mahomes Total Pass Attempts – 35.5
The league’s reigning MVP threw an identical 35 passes in both of Kansas City’s playoff games this postseason while averaging 34.5 passes per game this season. With Mahomes throwing over 35 passes in just six games this season, I’m going with the Under.
Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards 299.5
Mahomes has thrown for over 299.5 yards eight times in 14 regular season starts. he’s gone 1-1 against this passing yards total in the postseason, but I expect him to come up just short of a 300-yard passing day in Super Bowl 54, mostly because I expect the 49ers to run the ball as much as possible in order to keep the gun-slinging Mahomes on the sidelines.
Patrick Mahomes TD Passes 1.5
While he didn’t come close to the stunning 50 TD passes he tossed a year ago. Mahomes did throw at least two TD passes nine times this season while throwing five against Houston in the divisional round and three against Tennessee in the AFC Championship. Yeah. Mahomes is tossing at least two TD’s in Super Bowl 54, no doubt!
Pick: Over 1.5 TD Passes
Damien Williams Rushing Yards – 50
Williams has rushed for just 92 yards in two playoff games and although he has managed to rush for for at least 45 yards in both playoff games this postseason, I don’t see Williams getting 50 against Frisco’s stupendous defense!
Pick: Under 50 Total Yards
Chiefs Player to Score First Touchdown
I know Damien Williams (+260) Travis Kelce (+300) and Tyreek Hill (+310) are offering the best odds on the board to score Kansas City’s first touchdown in Super Bowl 54, but I’m going with fleet-footed wideout Sammy Watkins to bring home the bacon as a value-packed at +600 pick.
Watkins has a team-high 190 receiving yards in two playoff games and he caught a 60-yard TD strike from Patrick Mahomes in the AFC Championship game. With Frisco focused on stopping Hill and Kelce, I like Sammy Watkins to score first for K.C.
Pick: Sammy Watkins
Tyreek Hill Receiving Yards – 76.5
Hill had three catches for 41 yards and no touchdowns against Houston in the divisional round, but the speedy superstar hauled in five receptions for 67 yards and two touchdowns against Tennessee in the AFC Championship.
Hill will face some tight coverage, but the Chiefs have too many weapons for any team to completely cover all the time. I say Hill gets loose for at least one huge play in Super Bowl 54 to top this figure.
Travis Kelce Receiving Yards – 76.5
Kelce had a monster game against Houston in the divisional round by hauling in 10 passes for 134 yards and three touchdowns. However, against Tennessee in the AFC Championship, Kelce was limited to just three receptions for 30 yards and no scores.
Still, I’m expecting Kelce to have a monster game in Super Bowl 54 as he wants to show everyone in football that he, and not George Kittle, is the best tight end in all of football.
Sammy Watkins Receiving Yards 50.5
As I mentioned earlier, Watkins is averaging 95 receiving yards per game in the playoffs and I’m banking on the Niners’ overlooking him at least a couple of times as he easily tops this total.
Pick: Over 50 Receiving Yards