- Any player to have 131 or more receiving yards has -120 odds.
- Each team to have two or more field goals is a +250 betting option.
- Both of the first two drives resulting in a punt can be got at +250.
LOS ANGELES - Aside from the many prop bets available, some websites are offering a long list of special requests with decent odds.
Any Player To Have 131+ Receiving Yards
With elite receiving weapons like Cooper Kupp, Ja’Marr Chase and Odell Beckham Jr. in the game, it’s easy to see why Super Bowl betting sites have odds favored for a player to reach 131 or more yards in the passing game.
Any Player To Have 131+ Receiving Yards Odds
- Yes -120
Kupp has reached this number in two straight games and did so in five games during the regular season. While Chase did so on three different occasions this season. It’s not out of the realm whatsoever that one of these elite wideouts hit this number.
Each Team To Kick 2+ Field Goals
Evan McPherson has been elite this postseason. He’s had four field goals in each game during the playoffs. Meanwhile, Matt Gay has also kicked two or more field goals in all three games in the postseason.
Each Team To Score 2+ Field Goals Odds
- Yes +250
Considering both of these kickers have done this is in every single one of their games these playoffs, it seems like a very good bet to take, especially with +250 odds attached to it.
First Two Drives To End In Punts
It’s no secret that most drives in the NFL result in punts. Those betting on Super Bowl LVI can find +250 odds on both teams to go scoreless in their first possession with the ball.
Outcome Of First Two Drives To Be Punts Odds
- Yes +250
Both the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams are allowing fewer than 20 points per game in the playoffs. Although most of the biggest stars in the game are on the offensive side of the ball, it’s more than possible that each team punts with their first possession.
The +250 odds seem worth the risk.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.