- DeVonta Smith has -114 odds to go over 64.5 receiving yards in Super Bowl 57.
- Smith went over that number 9 times and under it 8 times in the regular season.
- When Smith saw a snap count of under 90%, he hit under 64.5 receiving yards five out of seven times.
PHILADELPHIA - DeVonta Smith has a receiving yards O/U that’s only a few yards shy of his much more highly-touted WR partner, A.J. Brown – he might be the most underrated WR in the league.
Smith racked up 1196 receiving yards for the Philadelphia Eagles this season, more than lauded receivers like D.K. Metcalf, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Mike Evans.
DeVonta Smith – Super Bowl 57 Receiving Yards O/U
- Over 64.5 -114
- Under 64.5 -114
DeVonta has gone over 64.5 receiving yards nine times during the regular season, and under that number eight times.
However, in his two playoff games this season – against the New York Giants and San Francisco 49er – he’s recorded 61 and 36 yards respectively, both of which would go under this number.
That said, the New York Giants allowed the 13th most receiving yards in the league, while the San Francisco 49ers allowed the 16th most receiving yards.
Kansas City’s defense is worse than either of them against receivers, allowing the 19th most receiving yards in the league, which may be impacting this line at Super Bowl sportsbooks.
DeVonta Smith – Receptions In The Super Bowl O/U Odds
- Over 5.5 +100
- Under 5.5 -130
DeVonta’s O/U of 5.5 is a solid number for him – he went over it nine times and under it ten times during the regular season and Playoffs combined.
Notably, his Playoff games were a split – one was over, one was under. The over was against the Giants, the under was against the 49ers.
Granted, the 49ers game was something of a special circumstance – the 9ers found themselves without a functioning quarterback, so the Eagles didn’t have to run.
Even given that odd circumstance, DeVonta still played more than 90% of snaps in both of the Eagles’ playoff games this year.
This might seem like a no-brainer, but it’s not. DeVonta had seven games under 90% snap count this year, all between Week 3 and Week 13.
Of those seven games, five saw DeVonta end up with fewer than 64.5 receiving yards. By the same token, five saw him end up with fewer than 5.5 receptions.
In other words, if DeVonta gets above a 90% snap count, he’s far more likely to end up hitting these overs!
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