2020 super bowl prop bets

Announcing! 2020 Super Bowl Prop Bets To Bank On

One of the best parts about betting on the Super Bowl is that you get to cherry-pick among hundreds of props that could turn into a small fortune if you play them right. Here are some public favorites, as well as some hidden secrets that you may not know about.

  • 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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How Many Combined Sacks Will Kansas City and San Francisco Register? Over 5.5 (+145)

Both teams combined to allow fewer than four sacks per game in the regular season so that this pick might sound counter-intuitive.

But, these two defenses rank in the Top 12 in sacks, so they’re going to be dogs with a bone to get their opponent’s QB.

Don’t believe they can get more than five sacks combined? The 49ers had six against Minnesota, and the Chiefs had five against Houston.

How Many Total Touchdowns In The Game? Over 6.5 +110

This is a tricky bet to make because though the Chiefs have one of the most dynamic offenses in the league, the 49ers’ defense is among the best in the NFL.

San Francisco has 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, which means Mahomes might not put up big numbers in the Super Bowl.

The same is true for Kansas City’s defense. It’s solid as a rock as we’ve seen in their game against the Titans where they held running back Derrick Henry to just 69 rushing yards.

However, we’ve all seen both of these teams blast out touchdowns. Do seven touchdowns in total sound far-fetched for these two? I don’t think you’d disagree that it’s not. Not by any measure we’ve seen, so far.

Will the 49ers convert a fourth-down attempt? No -140

Blame it on Kyle Shanahan if this prop doesn’t work out. Since Shanahan took the reigns as head coach in 2017, San Francisco has only converted fourth-down opportunities in a third of their games.

The Niners only converted seven times in the entire 2019, and none since Week 15 against Atlanta. It’s likely the 49ers will face a fourth-down try, but I think they’ll choke.

Total Quarterback Sacks By The 49ers’ Defense? Over 2.5 +130

Why is this prop a lock? It goes back to what we mentioned above, the 49ers’ defense is among the best in the league.

When you have four defensive linemen who’ve been credited with at least 6.5 sacks each in the season, you have to assume they’ll get at least three sacks reasonably.

Will Kansas City Score a 4th Quarter Touchdown? Yes -180

Behind Mahome’s crazy performances, the Chiefs have scored 62 touchdowns this season. But, the reason why this prop is a good bet is that KC scored eleven of those 62 TDs in the fourth quarter.

There’s also something else you should consider, the 49ers have allowed the most touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including nine over the last six games alone.

Will the First Team To Score Win The Game? Yes -180

If you don’t give any weight to the team that scores first in determining who wins, then maybe you should consider that teams that scored first in the Super Bowl, have around a 64% to 68% win percentage.  

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

Yes, Mahomes is indeed going up against the best defense he’s faced in over a month. But, there’s no reason to believe Mahomes won’t perform as he has barring he breaks a leg or something.

The Chiefs are all about the passing attack, which means Mahomes will be shooting missiles any time he can, and some of those are bound to hit.

Mahomes had already gotten a taste for scoring in the postseason and had his fill against the Texans when he threw five touchdown passes.

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