Player props are a massive market in Super Bowl betting action. Ahead of the Feb. 12 showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, Super Bowl props of all kinds are seeing massive cash flow.
Super Bowl player props span from your standard markets, like passing and rushing yards, to anytime touchdown scorers, interceptions, and just about every statistic you can think of. If it’s on the box score, there's most likely a market for it.
The smartest thing you can do as a bettor is to ensure you're always making Super Bowl picks at the best odds. We're here to help, bringing you the tools below, which give you the best NFL prop odds available at regulated US betting sites. Simply click on the odds you want, and you'll be taken to that sportsbook so you can make the bet.
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Live touchdown prop odds
The touchdown scorer market is arguably the most popular prop market going, perhaps due to its simplicity: If the player you back scores a touchdown (or multiple TDs), you win.
Touchdowns (first, last, anytime)
Two or more touchdowns
Three or more touchdowns
Score a first half touchdown
Score a second-half touchdown
Live passing prop odds
Passing props markets are Over/Under totals for passing yards, attempts, touchdowns, interceptions thrown, and more.
Live rushing prop odds
The most popular rushing prop is betting the Over or the Under for an RBs total rushing yards. But you can also bet on how many rushing attempts or rushing touchdowns that player will get.
Rushing and receiving yards
Live receiving prop odds
Common receiving props markets include receiving yards, receptions made, and the longest reception made by an individual player.
Live kicking prop odds
Kicking props usually include the total points scored by the kicker (three points for made field goals and one point for made extra-point attempts) and the Over/Under for the total amount of field goals made.
Total kicking points
Defensive props include the things that defenders do to impact the game, such as tackles, sacks, and interceptions.
Tackles and assists
Have an interception
|Haason Reddick||Over 0.25 (-165)||Under 0.25 (+135)|
|Brandon Graham||Over 0.75 (+205)||Under 0.75 (-255)|
|Josh Sweat||Over 0.75 (+110)||Under 0.75 (-140)|
|Chris Jones||Over 0.25 (-135)||Under 0.25 (+105)|
|George Karlaftis||Over 0.75 (+175)||Under 0.75 (-215)|
|Frank Clark||Over 0.75 (+120)||Under 0.75 (-150)|
Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook on February 12, 2023.
Live betting player props
Just because the game started doesn't mean you can't wager on player props. Watch for scenarios playing out in the game with our Super Bowl live betting strategy to find added value on player props during the game.
Where can I bet on player props?
You can bet on Super Bowl player props at pretty much every online and casino sportsbook — but some offer more props and better odds than others. Head over to our best-suggested sportsbooks to find the top Super Bowl betting sites in your area.
Super Bowl player prop FAQs
A Super Bowl player prop bet is making a wager as to a player's performance in the Super Bowl, like whether he will score a touchdown or go Over or Under a passing yards total of 275.5.
Super Bowl player props include popular bets such as touchdown props, passing props, receiving props and rushing props.
Yes. Many betting sites offer same-game parlays (SGPs) where you can parlay player props from the same game. FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, and PointsBet are just a few sportsbooks that offer SGPs.