How are Kendall Blanton Super Bowl Prop Bets Graded After No-Catch Game?
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Kendall Blanton was one of the trendiest Super Bowl LVI prop bet selections ahead of Sunday night’s game.
The result? Zero catches. Zero targets. Zero yards.
What does that mean for bettors who hit either the over or under on his props?
Usually, it depends on the sportsbook. But in this case, all Blanton props should stand at the major sportsbooks across the country.
The over/under on his receptions was 3.5. His receiving yards total was 29.5.
There are different rules at each sportsbook, but all of them should qualify Blanton as a bet.
FanDuel and BetMGM have house rules that state a player only has to be active to cash. DraftKings, PointsBet, WynnBet and Caesars state the player must actually play.
Blanton played 24 of 31 offensive snaps in the first half but was held out with a shoulder injury late in the game. His backup, Brycen Hopkins, hauled in four catches for 47 yards.
Even though Blanton was held out of the box score, because he played his prop bets should stand as active bets.
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