Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets for the Kansas City Chiefs

Posted by Derrick Harper on January 30, 2020 in

The whole world will be watching on Super Bowl Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers in Miami. These are two of the most explosive teams in the entire league, and should be one of the most viewed events of the year. There will be many long lists of prop bets to play but this article will help you realize which ones provide the best NFL odds to finish in your favor.

Super Bowl LIV Prop Bets for the Kansas City Chiefs

Offensive Power

The Kansas City Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes leading the way and with him under center almost any throw is possible. This is why there is something to be taken advantage of when the Chiefs are on offense.

MyBookie is offering plus-145 for Kansas City to score in every quarter. This seems to be a no brainer as a KC team with two weeks to prepare how to fix starting faster than their previous games, it’s safe to say that’s their focus.

Kansas City to score in the fourth quarter has the safe bet of minus-200. The Chiefs and Mahomes have never really been blown out in their time together. This would mean scoring in the final quarter to keep it close is a good call.

What about the Rookies & Passing Game for Super Bowl LIV?

Rookie wide receiver Mecole Hardman is a Pro Bowl return man but also takes snaps at wide out quite often. Hardman is listed at +1100 for the longest catch in the Super Bowl and with his blazing speed on top of the ability to make people miss may be one of the best bets you will find.

If you are not as comfortable with Kansas City to do as well then Patrick Mahomes is hit with +158 odds to say he is going to throw the most interceptions in the game. Based on how few times Jimmy Garapollo throws the ball this might just be a smart decision based on volume.

Take advantage of Mahomes throwing a touchdown in any quarter which is why betting a first quarter touchdown at +140 and +120 in the third is a steal. If he throws over three touchdowns in the entire game you can bet that over and have +200 on MyBookie.

What about the Running Game for Super Bowl LIV?

Andy Reid has shrunk his backfield into what feels like the Damien Williams show. He has gotten the majority of the snaps by a large margin and has looked the best suited for the offense over the past month. Go ahead and snag the Chiefs having under 4.5 people with a rushing attempt in the first half. He also feels like a safe bet to pencil him in for over the 12.5 carries where he has +115 odds.

There could be sneaky value if you believe the Chiefs will try to establish the run early. The first touchdown in the game being a rushing one is being given odds of +120 so if the run heavy 49ers get the ball first you will have that covered as well.