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Well, let us catch you up. We’ve assembled our rag-tag crew of prop-loving experts to narrow the pool of hundreds down to our 52 favorite. Game props, cross-sport props, halftime-show props, entertainment props … we don’t discriminate when it comes to betting the Super Bowl, and you shouldn’t either.  — Mark Gallant

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Game Props, Pt. 1

1. What will the first offensive play be? Pass -120

In his seven previous Super Bowls, Tom Brady’s first play from scrimmage has been a pass. In his five starts this year, Nick Foles’ first play has been a pass. Although the Pats have split between the pass and the run 9-9 on their first offensive plays this year, the Eagles are radically skewed to the pass 15-3 to start their opening drives. Either way, I’m betting that whoever takes the first offensive snap of the game will want to be aggressive — and that probably means passing the ball. — Matthew Freedman

2. Will Danny Amendola have over/under 5 catches? Under -105

Amendola has led the Patriots with 22 targets over the past two weeks, but he’s had five-plus catches in just eight of his past 32 games. Amendola will draw potentially his toughest matchup to date, as Eagles slot cornerback Patrick Robinson allowed the third-lowest QB rating among full-time nickel backs this season. The Eagles’ top-seven-ranked defense in DVOA vs. WR1s and WR2s could lead the Patriots to attack with their backs and tight ends. — Ian Hartitz


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Nov 26, 2017; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor (13) runs for a touchdown against the Chicago Bears during the second quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

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