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Best Super Bowl LV Props

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The Super Bowl is just around the corner. Today we list the very best Super Bowl LV props and highest payouts. The Super Bowl is only a few days away and as expected, millions of people are going to place bets on the game. For those who don’t want to bet only on the outcome of the game, there are plenty of prop bets to choose from and we’ve gone through them to find the best value for you.

1. Tyreek Hill total receiving yards (Over 93.5) -115

Tyreek Hill has been a beast during the playoffs and is averaging 141 receiving yards per game in the playoffs. His speed makes him hard to guard, which the Buccaneers experienced when they played the Chiefs in Week 12. Hill has a career-game against the Bucs, finishing with 269 yard and three touchdowns. Even though the Bucs will make adjustments to how they guard him, expect Hill to go over 100 yards in this game.

2. Team to record first sack (Tampa Bay)

This might look strange considering the fact that Patrick Mahomes has been sacked once in the playoffs. But, the team lost their starting right tackle in the AFC Championship Game and their other tackle is also not going to play. The Bucs sacked Mahomes twice the last time they played and got to Aaron Rodgers five times in the NFC Championship Game. With their defensive line playing well at the moment, the Bucs are likely going to get the first sack.

2021 Best Super Bowl LV Props Odds

Best Super Bowl LV Props

3. Will both teams lead in the first half? (Yes) +105

The Chiefs and Bucs were two of the best offensive teams in the league, so scoring won’t be a problem. This prop makes a lot of sense, especially early in the first half, because one of the teams will have to settle for a field goal and the other team will score a touchdown to retake the lead.

4. Tom Brady’s first pass will be? Complete -180

I like this prop because Brady has been to the Super Bowl so many times, he won’t be rattled by the magnitude of the game. He has also completed his first passing attempt in three of their last four games, and in their last two games, making it worth the risk.

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