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5 Prop Bets – A Great Way To Get EXTRA Fun From The Super Bowl

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Millions of Americans watch the Super Bowl and now that sports gambling is legal this year is going to be something very special. With the red hot Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers facing off we have the best prop bets for you.

From Patrick Mahomes throwing a touchdown to who’ll score the longest touchdown of the game… These are different things that you can bet on during Super Bowl weekend. It’s not always about who is going to win, instead you can actually feel apart of the game – unlike any year before!

Prop bets are a great way to get some extra fun from the Super Bowl, and a good option for most americans is an offshore sportsbook where all these prop bets can be wagered on. Below are some unique prop bets ahead of Super Bowl 54.

1. Longest TD: Under 44.5 yards

The elite SF defense will be on high-alert for deep balls and the Niners’ penchant to pound the rock is not likely to produce a 45-yard major.

2. Team to Score the Longest TD: Chiefs (-115)

It’s shocking that the teams are both -115 in this prop. While SF has the better defense, the Chiefs may wind up with twice as many pass attempts, and it’s not groundbreaking to say that passing plays produce longer touchdowns.

3. First-Half Field Goals: Over 1.5 (-115)

The conditions in Miami will be decent for kicking, and both defenses are reasonably good at preventing points, with San Francisco ranking fourth and KC ranking 12th in points-per-drive. Plus Harrison Butker led the NFL in field goals made this season.

4. Kansas City First-Half Field Goals: Over 0.5 (-170)

You have to lay a lot of juice on the over with this prop, but as mentioned above, Butker has been the most-prolific kicker this year. The SF defense will stiffen up in the red zone on at least one first-half drive and/or KC will run out of time at the end of the second quarter.

5. First Turnover: None (+900)

The biggest threat to force turnovers in this game is the havoc-wreaking 49er defense, which generated 27 on the year (6th in the NFL). But the KC offense committed just 15 all year and only two in its last four games. With everyone protecting the ball with their life, there’s decent value at +900 (10% implied probability).

All the bets could possibly be good options for you. Remember, gamble safely. Don’t gamble money that you can’t afford. Gamble to have fun!

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Blogging since 2011. Founder of ProSportsExtra.com, founded in 2012. From the beautiful Upper Peninsula. Real name is Trevor Uren.

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