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Chiefs vs Eagles Props – Best Player Props to Bet for the Super Bowl

Ryan Metivier

by Ryan Metivier in NFL Football

Updated Feb 12, 2023 · 2:28 PM PST

Chiefs vs Eagles Super Bowl props
  • Super Bowl player props offer a massive amount of alternative ways to bet on the biggest game on the sports calendar
  • We’ve got prop picks on Jalen Hurts’ passing yards, Travis Kelce’s receptions, which players we think will score a TD and more
  • See all of the passing, rushing, receiving and touchdown props for the top players to bet on in your Chiefs vs Eagles props here

Everyone has an opinion on who is going to win the Super Bowl on Sunday. But that is just one of the endless amount of ways to bet on the big game. Another popular option is diving into the prop markets and picking out the best Chiefs vs Eagles props to bet for the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl player props are plentiful. Bet on how many yards you think Jalen Hurts or Patrick Mahomes will throw for. Make a bet on the longest rush for a particular player, how many rushing yards Miles Sanders will have or target how many catches AJ Brown, DeVonta Smith or Travis Kelce will have. Hint, the ball should be going early and often into the hands of Chiefs’ tight end Kelce.

But those are just some of the many examples of different Chiefs vs Eagles player props you can bet on this weekend.

The Super Bowl offers up all kinds of wagering options for the big game and if you’re new to sports betting and are wondering how to make Super Bowl bets online, now is the time to brush up on your betting knowledge so you can dive into the wide world of Super Bowl game props and player props for Sunday.

Check out all the Chiefs vs Eagles props and odds in the table, and our best bets below.

Chiefs vs Eagles Props

Quarterback Completions Passing Yards Passing TDs
Jalen Hurts (PHI) 20.5 (O -125 | U -105) 240.5 (O -105 | U -125) 1.5 (O -110 | U -120)
Patrick Mahomes (KC) 25.5 (O -135 | U +105) 293.5 (O -110 | U -110) 2.5 (O +170 | U -210)
Running Back Rushing Attempts Rushing Yards Rushing + Receiving Yards
Boston Scott (PHI) OFF 8.5 (O -120 | U -110) OFF
Isaih Pacheco (KC) 11.5 (O -110 | U -120) 47.5 (O -125 | U -115) 68.5 (O -120 | U -110)
Jalen Hurts (PHI) 10.5 (O -120 | U -110) 50.5 (O -120 | U -110) OFF
Jerick McKinnon (KC) 5.5 (O -105 | U -125) 19.5 (O -120 | U -110) 43.5 (O -115 | U -115)
Kenneth Gainwell (PHI) 4.5 (O -120 | U -110) 19.5 (O -135 | U +105) 33.5 (O -120 | U -110)
Miles Sanders (PHI) 13.5 (O -115 | U -115) 61.5 (O -110 | U -120) 69.5 (O -115 | U -115)
Patrick Mahomes (KC) 4.5 (O +130 | U -160) 19.5 (O -115 | U -115) OFF
Receiver Receptions Receiving Yards Longest Reception
AJ Brown (PHI) 5.5 (O +110 | U -140) 72.5 (O -125 | U -105) 26.5 (O -110 | U -120)
Dallas Goedert (PHI) 4.5 (O -135 | U +105) 48.5 (O -135 | U +105) 19.5 (O -105 | U -125)
DeVonta Smith (PHI) 5.5 (O +110 | U -140) 62.5 (-125 | U -105) 23.5 (O -125 | U -105)
Isiah Pacheco (KC) 1.5 (O -185 | U +150) 15.5 (O -125 | U -115) 11.5 (O -105 | U -125)
Jerick McKinnon (KC) 2.5 (O -155 | U +125) 19.5 (O -120 | U -110) 11.5 (O -120 | U -110)
Juju Smith-Schuster (KC) 3.5 (O -110 | U -120) 35.5 (O -120 | U -110) 17.5 (O +100 | U -130)
Justin Watson (KC) 1.5 (O +145 | U -180) 14.5 (O -115 | U -115) OFF
Kadarius Toney (KC) 2.5 (O -145 | U +115) 27.5 (O -130 | U +100) 15.5 (O +100 | U -130)
Kenneth Gainwell (PHI) 1.5 (O -140 | U +110) 11.5 (O -110 | U -120) 8.5 (O -115 | U -115)
Marquez Valdez-Scantling (KC) 2.5 (O -115 | U -115) 35.5 (O -115 | U -115) 19.5 (O -110 | U -120)
Miles Sanders (PHI) 1.5 (O +165 | U -205) 4.5 (O -120 | U -110) OFF
Noah Grant (KC) 1.5 (O -105 | U -125) 12.5 (O -120 | U -110) 10.5 (O -110 | U -120)
Quez Watkins (PHI) 1.5 (+140 | U -185) 11.5 (O -120 | U -110) 8.5 (O -125 | U -105)
Travis Kelce (KC) 7.5 (O +105 | U -135) 78.5 (O -120 | U -110) 22.5 (O -130 | U -105)
Skyy Moore (KC) OFF 7.5 (O -120 | U -110) OFF

Odds as of February 11 at DraftKings. Get your DraftKings Sportsbook promo code to bet on the Super Bowl here

Above you’ll find all the latest passing, rushing and receiving Super Bowl player props. Patrick Mahomes has a TD line of 2.5, while Jalen Hurts’ is 1.5. Oddsmakers don’t expect anyone to have a massive day running the ball, but Miles Sanders has the highest rushing total at 61.5. When it comes to receiving yards, Eagles’ WR AJ Brown tops the props with a line of 72.5.

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Best Passing Chiefs vs Eagles Props to Bet for the Super Bowl

1) Jalen Hurts under 240.5 passing yards (-125); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Even without a nagging shoulder injury, this passing prop line for Jalen Hurts looks too high.

Hurts finished with just 121 yards passing against the 49ers in the Conference Championships and 154 yards against the Giants in the Divisional Round. He’s only gone over 240.5 once in his past five games, averaging 207.2 yards passing in those games.

On the season, Hurts would’ve only gone over this total seven times in his 17 games played. Only two of those have come in his last nine games.

2) Patrick Mahomes over 0.5 interceptions (-115); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Mahomes is great, and he’s likely to put up some good passing stats in the Super Bowl. He also hasn’t thrown an interception in his last three games and only one in his past six games. He also hasn’t played a defense like the Eagles.

The Eagles were tied in fourth for interceptions this season with 17. They’ve combined for 78 sacks across the regular season and playoffs. Philly was first in sack rate and second in pressure rate. James Bradberry has one INT this postseason, to go with his three during the regular season. Darius Slay also had three, while CJ Gardner-Johnson had six. Basically, if and when Mahomes finds himself under pressure there are plenty of options on the Philly side to potentially pick off a pass.

Best Rushing Chiefs vs Eagles Props to Bet for the Super Bowl

1) Miles Sanders over 13.5 rushing attempts (-115); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Despite not having a rushing attempt in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game, Miles Sanders still had 11 rushing attempts against the 49ers. He had 17 against the Giants in the Divisional Round. His Super Bowl prop for rushing attempts was set at 12.5 and has now risen to 13.5, a number that he exceeded in 9 of 17 regular season games. Two other times he had 13.

There is no clearer possible game script in this Super Bowl than the Eagles’ running the ball with a rushing attack that ranked fifth in yards per game and was used at the highest rate in the NFL. According to PFF, the entire Eagles’ offensive line earned a 70.0-plus pass-blocking grade. They were also first in pass blocking, and most importantly for this Chiefs vs Eagles prop, third in run blocking grades.

Let’s bank on Sanders getting a heavy workload this weekend behind a solid line.

2) Kenneth Gainwell over 33.5 rushing and receiving yards (-120); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Kenneth Gainwell has come alive in the playoffs and it’s hard to not see him figuring into Nick Sirianni’s plans on Sunday. Most of Gainwell’s Super Bowl player props aren’t set too high so there is plenty to attack here.

In the NFC Title Game, he finished with 48 yards rushing and 28 yards receiving (76 total). During the Divisional Round, he had 112 yards rushing and nine yards receiving (121 total). In Week 18 he combined for 42 yards. He’s also caught a pass in nine straight games.

The Chiefs allowed the most average receptions to running backs in the regular season (6.6) and the third-most yards (48.6). Sanders and Boston Scott have combined for one target out of the backfield this postseason, so it’s safe to say Gainwell is the number-one option.


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Best Receiving Chiefs vs Eagles Props to Bet for the Super Bowl

1) Travis Kelce over 9.5 targets (-125); risk 1 unit at Caesars Sportsbook

In what looks like one of the most obvious Super Bowl player props to target, I have to include Travis Kelce for the big game.

Everyone knew Mahomes would be looking Kelce’s way early and often in the AFC Championship, but it didn’t matter. Kelce still caught 7/8 passes for 78 yards and a touchdown. He had 14 catches on 17 targets for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the Divisional Round. He’s gone over a total of 6.5 receptions in 3/4 and 4/6 recent games. Well, the oddsmakers and bettors have caught on and that receptions total is now set at 7.5 since earlier in the week.

With several Chiefs’ wide receivers listed as questionable in the early Chiefs vs Eagles injury report, it stands to reason Kelce will again be looked to again to carry the offense. Instead of taking the worst of the number here, I’ve found a different angle that is not always available in player prop markets. Caesars Sportsbook is offering Kelce total targets at 9.5 (O -125, U -105). Kelce has seen ten or more targets in three of his past six games and with everything on the line, we’ll take him to see double-digit targets once again in our Super Bowl player props.

2) Noah Gray over 12.5 receiving yards (-120); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Obviously, almost every ball over the middle of the field will be going in the direction of Kelce, as we’ve detailed above. But the Eagles know this. And while they may not be able to fully shut down Kelce, they’ll surely be focusing on trying. That could leave some extra space for Noah Gray to operate. Gray doesn’t see a lot of passes in his direction; he’s totaled just six targets and five catches in his past five games.

His yardage totals have been 4, 27, 14, 12 and 8 in those games. That’s half a yard away from going over 12.5 in three of the past four games. This season he would’ve exceeded 12.5 yards 11 times in 19 games, with another two games seeing him landing on 12 yards.

3) Marquez Valdes-Scantling over 2.5 receptions (-120); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

One Chiefs’ receiver who isn’t dealing with an injury designation is Marquez Valdes-Scantling. MVS caught 6/8 passes in the AFC Title Game for 116 yards and a touchdown. In his previous three games, he was 1/2, 3/6 and 2/7, so it’s tough to know what you’re going to get in terms of production. On the season as a whole, he’s actually only gone over a receptions prop total of 2.5 in 10/19 games.

But this could be the perfect storm with multiple Chiefs receivers dealing with injuries and MVS proving he can carry a heavy load in his last game. Look for Mahomes to get a few balls into the hands of MVS on Sunday.

4) Dallas Goedert over 4.5 receptions (-130); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

A receptions prop of 4.5 is a total that Dallas Goedert has managed to go over in each of his past three games, with catches of 5, 5 and 6. Granted the game was out of reach in the NFC Title Game, but Hurts wasn’t throwing deep as often. If his shoulder is still less-than-perfect, he could be looking to more short throws over the middle.

The Chiefs also struggled versus tight ends this season, ranking 19th in DVOA defense against the position and giving up the third-highest average pass attempts to TEs this season.

5) JuJu Smith-Schuster under 35.5 receiving yards (-110); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

JuJu Smith-Schuster’s receiving yards total of 35.5 yards may be a little too optimistic. Take a look back at his recent games and it’s a total he’s failed to pass in each of his past five games. His totals in those games were 7, 29, 35, 21 and 27 yards. Look a little further back and he’s only passed 35.5 receiving yards in three of ten recent games.

Likely playing most of his snaps going up against James Bradberry who has only allowed 20 yards per game since Week 12, also bodes well for an under on JuJu.

Throw in the fact that he’s been nursing an injury, and it’s enough to look under his Super Bowl prop for receiving yards in the Chiefs vs Eagles odds.

6) Quez Watkins under 1.5 receptions (-125); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook

Quez Watkins could be the odd man out on Sunday. Mostly, because he has been the odd man out of late. He saw just one pass in the Conference Championship (0 catches) and no targets in the Divisional Round. Since Goedert returned from injury Watkins’ usage has dropped dramatically, seeing his only target 11 times in five games, of which he’s made just three catches.

Chiefs vs Eagles TD Props

Player Odds to Score First TD Odds to Score Anytime TD
Miles Sanders (PHI) +700 -105
Travis Kelce (KC) +700 -135
Jalen Hurts (PHI) +700 -115
Isiah Pacheco (KC) +800 +110
AJ Brown (PHI) +900 +105
Dallas Goedert (PHI) +1200 +150
DeVonta Smith (PHI) +1300 +145
Jerick McKinnon (KC) +1100 +175
Kadarius Toney (KC) +1800 +225
Marquez Valdes-Scantling (KC) +1800 +250
Juju Smith-Schuster (KC) +1900 +240
Kenneth Gainwell (PHI) +1800 +310
Boston Scott (PHI) +2500 +450
Patrick Mahomes (KC) +2200 +370
Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC) +3000 +550
Eagles D/ST +3000 +600
Chiefs D/ST +3500 +600
Quez Watkins (PHI) +4000 +600
Justin Watson (KC) +4000 +550
Skyy Moore (KC) +4500 +600
Noah Gray (KC) +5500 +800
Jody Forston (KC) +6000 +1000
Zach Pascal (PHI) +5500 +1000
Jack Stoll (PHI) +7500 +1200
Ronald Jones II (KC) +8000 +1700
Blake Bell (KC) +9000 +1800
Trey Sermon (PHI) +12000 +2800
Michael Burton (KC) +13000 +3000
Grant Calcaterra (PHI) +14000 +2800
No Touchdown Scorer +16000
Britain Covey (PHI) +17000 +2800
Marcus Kemp (KC) +17000 +3000
Ihmir Smith-Marsette (KC) +19000 +3000

The three players most likely to find the endzone this Sunday in the Chiefs vs Eagles props are Travis Kelce (-135), Jalen Hurts (-115) and Miles Sanders (-105). All three also have +700 odds to be the first touchdown scorer in Super Bowl touchdown player props.

Chiefs vs Eagles Touchdown Player Prop Picks

Here’s who I like to find the endzone and why for my Chiefs vs Eagles player props.

  1. Travis Kelce anytime touchdown (-135); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook; It’s another obvious Kelce prop play, but how can you not? Kelce had 12 touchdowns during the regular season and has another three in the playoffs. He’s scored a TD in each of his past five playoff games and also in 11 of his past 14 postseason games. Kelce also had the most red zone targets (27), catches (20) and touchdowns (10) of any tight end this season. Kelce has -135 odds to score a TD in the Super Bowl which equates to a 57.45 implied probability. But scoring in 11/14 playoff games gives him a 78.57 hit rate. That’s good enough value for me.
  2. Dallas Goedert anytime touchdown (+150); risk 1 unit at DraftKings Sportsbook: The Chiefs allowed nine touchdowns to opposing tight ends during the regular season. Only four teams allowed more. They weren’t strong in the red zone either in opponent red zone scoring percentage. Kansas City ranked 30th in allowing a TD 65.57 percent of the time.
  3. Kenneth Gainwell anytime touchdown (+310); risk 0.50 units at DraftKings Sportsbook; We’ve targeted a couple of the more likely pass catchers here, so let’s grab some longer odds on one more Chiefs vs Eagles props player. Gainwell has been a factor in these playoffs despite not having scored a TD since November 27. He did in Divisional Round and has been seeing an increased workload of late. The Chiefs are bad in the red zone and allowed the third-highest average receptions to running backs this season. As both a rushing and receiving threat, Gainwell should get his chances to cash an anytime TD prop.

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