2023 Super Bowl Props for Chiefs vs. Eagles: Offensive Linemen Touchdown Odds, History, Stats
Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images. Pictured: Lane Johnson (left), Jalen Hurts (right).
Super Bowl props range from normal, standard bets to flat-out crazy exotics. The “Fat Man TD” scales much closer to the latter than the former.
Offensive linemen touchdowns don’t occur frequently. The rarity alone makes the 2023 Super Bowl prop market for Chiefs vs. Eagles that much more exhilarating.
If you’re looking for odds of an offensive lineman scoring a touchdown in Super Bowl 57, you’ve come to the right place.
Offensive Linemen Touchdown Odds in Super Bowl 57
FanDuel listed a one-way market for any offensive lineman to score 1+ receiving touchdowns in the Super Bowl at +3500 (a $10 bet would net $350).
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How Many Offensive Linemen Scored a Touchdown in 2022?
According to StatMuse, only one offensive lineman recorded a touchdown during the 2022 NFL regular season.
That’s a significant decrease from 2021, which produced seven offensive linemen touchdowns.
In last year’s Super Bowl between the Bengals and Rams, Fat Man TD odds were priced at +2200.
The Chiefs vs. Eagles offensive linemen touchdown prop at +3500 implies a 2.78% chance of it happening.
On one hand, you have Andy Reid’s trickery in the red zone. On the other, you have a franchise notorious for pulling off the “Philly Special” five years ago.
Let’s get chaotic.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the best distributor in football. His laundry list of touchdown passes absolutely includes offensive linemen.
Mahomes recorded a score through the air to guard Nick Allegretti just last year in the AFC Divisional Round en route to dumping the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Mahomes also tossed a TD to tackle Eric Fisher during the 2020 season.
Nick Allegretti BIG MAN TOUCHDOWN. #ChiefsKingdom
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— NFL (@NFL) January 17, 2022
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, meanwhile, has also connected with a lineman in the end zone.
He linked up with tackle Lane Johnson during last year’s regular-season game against the New York Giants for Johnson’s first NFL score.
LANE JOHNSON TOUCHDOWN CATCH. #FlyEaglesFly
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— NFL (@NFL) December 26, 2021
Philadelphia’s currently a short favorite with a total of 50.5 for Super Bowl 57.
Get updated Chiefs vs. Eagles odds all the way throughout Super Bowl Sunday here.
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