Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets for the Philadelphia Eagles

Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets for the Philadelphia Eagles

Written by on February 1, 2018

If you’re excited about the high-flying Philadelphia Eagles and you’re looking to potentially increase your haul, what better way to do just that than by cashing in on some of the value-packed Super Bowl prop bets on the Eagles and their core players? Thanks to some expert analysis and accompanying free picks from yours truly, you’re going to have a great chance to strike paydirt several times once it gets underway. Now, let’s get this party started right!

Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets for the Philadelphia Eagles

  • When: Sunday, February 4, 2018, 6:30 PM ET
  • Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
  • TV: NBC
  • Radio: 94.1 FM (Philadelphia) / 98.5 FM (New England)
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
  • Super Bowl 52 Odds: New England Patriots -4.5 (Over/Under at 48 points)

Super Bowl 53 Odds for Every Team

Jay Ajayi rushing yards

  • Over 60½ -110
  • Under 60½ -110
Ajayi rushed for 54 yards in the divisional round and 73 against the Vikings in the NFC title tilt. He tops this doable figure against a Pats defense that finished 20th against the run this season (114.8 ypg).

Alshon Jeffery receiving yards

  • Over 52½ -110
  • Under 52½ -110
Jeffrey averaged 49.3 yards per game during the regular season but has upped that figure to 73 yards per game in both of Philly’s playoff games this postseason. I’m going to say it’s a lock that he tops this total.

Nick Foles passing yards

  • Over 247½ -110
  • Under 247½ -110
Foles passed for 246 yards against Atlanta in the divisional round and a stunning 352 yards against Minnesota’s top-ranked defense in the NFC Championship. Foles reaches 248 passing yards, no matter what the Super Bowl 52 odds say, mostly because the Pats ranked an uninspiring 30th against the pass this season (251.2 ypg).

Nigel Bradham solo+assisted tackles

  • Over 5 -130
  • Under 5 +110
Fifth-year linebacker Nigel Bradham averaged 5.5 solos and assisted tackles during the regular season but is down to an average of just four during Philly’s two playoff games. Still, I like the Over as Bradham should have plenty of chances against the Patriots stable of pass-catching running backs and tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Eagles First Touchdown

Philly’s first postseason touchdown came from running back LeGarrette Blount against Atlanta in the divisional round while cornerback Patrick Robinson scored first for them in their NFC Championship game win over Minnesota. The Eagles’ first offensive score against the Vikings also came from Blount. Still, I told you I’m going with Nelson Agholor to beat some Patriots defensive back for their first score in Super Bowl 52. Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets Pick: Nelson Agholor

Philadelphia 3rd down conversions made

  • Over 11½ +120
  • Under 11½ -140
The Eagles averaged 6.0 third-down conversions per game this season, making the Under the pick for Philadelphia in Super Bowl 52! The Super Bowl 52 Odds to win are not by the Eagles side, but you can still cash in big on other props.

Roughing the passer

  • Roughing the passer penalty called +155
  • No roughing the passer penalty called -175
Look, if a roughing the passer penalty does occur in Super Bowl 52 it will almost assuredly be called against the Philadelphia Eagles. First and foremost, the Birds need to get pressure on Tom Brady and one late hit against the ‘golden boy’ could result in a roughing the passer.

4th downs

  • Either team converts a 4th down -235
  • No 4th down conversions in game +195
Philadelphia converted 17 fourth downs this season for an average of 1.06 per game, although I think it’s unlikely that any are converted in the Super Bowl 52. prop bets

Eagles total points

  • Philadelphia Eagles scores 22-28 points +243
  • Any other result -285
After watching the Birds put a whopping 37 points on the board against Minnesota’s league-leading defense in the NFC Championship, I’ve got Philly finishing between 22-28 points in Super Bowl 52.

Last 10 Super Bowl Winners

  • 2017: New England Patriots
  • 2016: Denver Broncos
  • 2015: New England Patriots
  • 2014: Seattle Seahawks
  • 2013: Baltimore Ravens
  • 2012: New York Giants
  • 2011: Green Bay Packers
  • 2010: New Orleans Saints
  • 2009: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • 2008: New York Giants