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2020 Super Bowl Over Under Props

Top 2020 Over/Under Super Bowl Prop Bets

The Super Bowl betting frenzy is unlike any other; there are dozens of bets you can make on this game. Many of those bets are props, non-traditional betting opportunities that can weigh up to big bucks if played right. Here are some Super Bowl Over/Under props for you to consider!

  • When: February 02, 2020, 6:30 PM ET
  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, FL.
  • Super Bowl 2020 Betting Odds: Chiefs -1
  • Over/Under: 54
  • Moneyline:  49ers +105 vs. Chiefs -125

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Game Over/Under – OVER 54 ½

Let’s start with picking the game Over/Under and reasoning why the OVER is a good bet. The 54.5 game total is indeed sky-high. But, you have to think about the teams competing in this Super Bowl.

The Chiefs and 49ers haven’t been your run-of-the-mill type of team in scoring. They are point-producing powerhouses.

The Chiefs scored 51 points against Houston in the divisional round and then scored 35 points over the Titans in the AFC Championship Game.

The 49ers scored 37 points over Green Bay in the NFC Championship game and didn’t have any problems getting to the end zone. Running back Raheem Mostert had four rushing touchdowns to his name against the Packers.

I don’t doubt this game will go down to the wire; I also think both teams will light up the scoreboard despite the efforts of two solid defenses.

Scoring 55 points between the two teams aren’t unattainable; expect a high-scoring game and bet the OVER.

Total QB Sacks – Over 5 ½ +133

This is a tricky bet to make because the Chiefs have in Mahomes one of the most dynamic quarterbacks seen in the history of the sport.

And, as it’s turned out, Mahomes has been challenging to sack this year having 17 recorded sacks in 2019.

However, it’s also true that the 49ers’ defense is among the best in the NFL. San Francisco allowed an average of 252.5 yards per game in the postseason and gave up a league-best 169.2 passing yards per game in the regular season.  Mahomes might not put up big numbers in the Super Bowl, and I expect at least a couple of sacks from the Niners’ defense.

Remember, San Francisco has four defensive linemen who were credited with at least 6.5 sacks each in the season. So, reasonably assuming they’ll get at least two sacks isn’t far-fetched.

As for Kansas City’s defense, they’ve shown they can get the job done. KC’s defense held Titans’ running back Derrick Henry to just 69 rushing yards, so why can’t they get to Garoppolo with as much effectiveness.

Number of Chiefs’ Completions – OVER 24 ½ -125  

Mahomes completed 319 passes this year at a 65.9% completion percentage; these figures should tell you enough of the soundness of this bet.

Mahomes’ arm strength is inhuman, and he’s sniper-accurate. Mahomes also has an uncanny ability to get rid of the ball on time, put it where it needs to be, hit his target, and buy time in the pocket.

Mahomes also ranks first in ESPN’s Total Quarterback Rating in the postseason with a 95.5 mark.

How Many Touchdown Passes Will Patrick Mahomes Throw? Over 2.5 +110

Let’s stay on Mahomes for a bit; while there’s no denying Mahomes’ abilities, he’s going up against the best defense in the game right now. The 49ers’ D has been preparing for this game and Mahomes for a long time, and they’re probably ready for him.

But, there’s no reason to believe Mahomes won’t bring his magic onto the field. The Chiefs offense was built for a passing attack; it was made for Mahomes.  

Mahomes will unleash his passing game early, and if that doesn’t work out, he’ll turn to the ground. But, if Mahomes against the Texans is any measure (he scored five TD passes), we’ll see him score at least three touchdowns on Sunday.

Over/Under National Anthem – UNDER 2 minutes

If picking heads or tails isn’t your thing, then maybe the length of the national anthem is something to wet your whistle.

This year, pop star Demi Lovato will sing the Star-Spangled Banner, but whether she’ll go under the two-minute mark is an open question.

Lovato is a Millennial, but will her being part of the “most impatient generation” hold in her singing of the national anthem? I think maybe.

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