- Matthew Stafford has +190 odds to throw exactly two touchdowns.
- There are +600 odds on a non-QB to throw a touchdown pass.
- Joe Mixon has +100 anytime touchdown odds.
LOS ANGELES – Prop betting on the Super Bowl is what makes betting on it fun and enjoyable. It is also the time of year to take bigger risks on props with larger payouts being that there are so many props to choose from.
Some props that Super Bowl betting sites have to offer with big paying odds include the exact number of touchdowns thrown, if another position will throw a touchdown in the game, and anytime touchdown odds.
Matthew Stafford Exact Touchdown Passes
Super Bowl LVI – Matthew Stafford Exact TD Odds
- 2 TD Passes +190
- 3 TD Passes +265
- 1 TD Pass +325
- 0 TD Passes +660
- 4 TD Passes +710
- 5 TD Passes +1400
- 6 Or More TD Passes +2000
Matthew Stafford has been a man on a mission this season having thrown for 41 touchdowns and six throughout the playoffs. With Super Bowl prop odds on his exact number of touchdowns thrown, this is a great opportunity to get in on big paying odds.
The magic number for Stafford throughout the playoffs has been two touchdowns. Stafford has thrown for two touchdowns in all three of his playoff games so far and the streak will look to continue into the Super Bowl. In addition to throwing two touchdowns all three times in the playoffs, he has done it four more times in the regular season.
The Bengals defense is also something to take note of in the Super Bowl as they have allowed seven quarterbacks to throw for exactly two touchdowns this season and once in the playoffs. A $100 bet on Stafford to throw for exactly two touchdowns would pay out $190.
Odell Beckham To The Rescue?
Will A Non-QB Throw A TD Pass?
- Yes +600
- No -1200
The chances of a non-quarterback throwing a touchdown are slim but the odds show that it should not be counted out. The Super Bowl is the time of year where teams usually pull out all of the tricks up their sleeve in order to win the game and if that means letting another position throw a touchdown, then so be it. The last time a non QB threw a touchdown pass was back in 2018 when the Philadelphia Eagles pulled off the famous “Philly Special” and won the Super Bowl.
This season alone, there have been three non-quarterback players to throw a touchdown and over the last three seasons, 14 total non-QBs have done this. The player to keep an eye on in this game is Odell Beckham Jr. as he has two passing touchdowns in his career. Beckham has also been used in multiple passing trick plays with six passing attempts in his career. A $600 profit could be made on a $100 bet.
Joe Mixon A Lock To Score?
Anytime Touchdown Odds
- Joe Mixon +100
It is strange that a player of Joe Mixon’s caliber is seeing plus odds to score a touchdown in the game. Mixon was in the top five in rushing touchdowns this season with 13 and had three receiving touchdowns as well. Mixon is also one of the best in the league when running the ball inside the redzone. He is also top-5 in the league across the board in rushing touchdowns inside the 20, 10, and 5-yard lines. With even odds, a $100 profit can be made here.
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