Chiefs vs. Buccaneers: The best player prop parlays for Super Bowl LV
If you can’t get enough of the dozens of individual player props available for Super Bowl LV, then player prop parlays are for you! There are over 100 player prop parlays to be considered, with varying degrees of difficulty and appropriate payoffs.
We’ve narrowed things down to our three favorites (all of which blend Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers props), which we’ll dive into below.
Sun, February 7 2021, 11:30 PM
M. Evans 75+ rec yds & T. Hill 75+ rec yds (+255)
Bucs wide-out Mike Evans appears to be playing hurt this postseason, so having two weeks between the NFC Championship Game and the Super Bowl is huge for him.
Evans tallied his seventh straight 1,000-yard campaign this season. He recorded at least 75 receiving yards on five occasions in the regular season, and once in the postseason (119 yards against Washington).
Kansas City wide-out Tyreek Hill went for an eye-popping 269 yards on 13 receptions against Tampa in Week 12. He doesn’t even need to be half that good to clear this line and help prop players cash.
P.Mahomes & T.Brady 250+ Pass yards each & 6+ Pass TDs combined, T.Kelce, T.Hill & C.Godwin 350+ rec yds combined (+1000)
There’s two things to like about the quarterback lines in this player prop parlay. First, the 250-yard threshold is well below the straight-up lines for both Tom Brady (295.5) and Patrick Mahomes (325.5). Secondly, the six combined passing touchdowns means that one man can throw four and the other two, and the bet would still cash, assuming the other leg comes in.
The other leg is a little ambitious, but the potential payoff makes it worth the wager. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce’s Over/Under line for receiving yards is 97.5, and Hill’s is 95.5. Bucs wide-out Chris Godwin’s Over/Under is 74.5, making for a grand total of 267.5 between the three of them.
Only two of these receivers would have to overachieve in order for their total to reach 350 yards.
T. Brady to throw 2+ touchdowns & P.Mahomes to throw 2+ touchdowns (-175)
The Over/Under on touchdown passes for both Brady and Mahomes is 2.5. The Over on Brady is sitting at +120, while with Mahomes it’s -150. “Teasing” these numbers down to two costs a significant amount of juice, but that’s made up by the parlaying of the two. It also makes this “saver” wager much easier to hit.
It would be very surprising if either signal caller throws one or zero touchdowns in Super Bowl LV.