Bet Patrick Mahomes Prop Bet & Odds: Bet QB to Score 3+ Touchdowns in the Big Game

Bet Patrick Mahomes Prop Bet & Odds: Bet QB to Score 3+ Touchdowns in the Big Game article feature image

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Patrick Mahomes has contributed to nine total touchdowns in the Chiefs’ two playoff games (eight passing TDs and that incredible rushing score in the AFC title game).

Our colleague Darren Rovell doesn’t think Mahomes can keep it up in the Miami against San Fran, which is great news for you if you’re bullish on Mahomes’ chances in Miami.

PointsBet Sportsbook in New Jersey has boosted Mahomes’ odds to contribute to 3 or more total touchdowns (passing, rushing, receiving) from -110 odds to +125.

For some context, a few other legal sportsbooks have Mahomes to PASS for Over 2.5 touchdowns at around +110 odds. At PointsBet, as part of our #FadeRovell promotion, you’re getting +125 odds to go over the same number, and again, it’s not limited just passing TDs. If Mahomes scores via the ground or a reception, that counts toward this wager.

Finally, if you’re a new PointsBet customer, you can take advantage of our exclusive Action Network offer: Deposit $50 and get $100 in free bets that you can use immediately.

Use those free bets on this Mahomes boosted prop — or any other bet for the Big Game.

Other awesome promotions PointsBet is offering for Super Sunday:

Big Game Promotions

  • First TD Early Payout: Bet on either the SF or KC moneyline and get paid out (up to $50) if your team scores the first TD, regardless of the outcome of the game.
  • Coin Toss Refund: Bet on the coin toss, and if your bet loses, you’ll get up refunded up to $25 in free bets to be used for in-play wagering during the Big Game.
  • Jimmy Garoppolo Over 1.5 total TDs (boosted from -150 to -105): This is the same deal as the aforementioned Mahomes prop — rushing, passing and receiving TDs all count.

If you’re in New Jersey, head over to PointsBet to claim all of these offers and get a 200% deposit match.

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