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Samaje Perine Super Bowl Props, Odds: First TD, Anytime TD, Rushing, Receiving Over/Unders & More

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Cincinnati Bengals running back Samaje Perine put up a solid performance in the AFC Championship. Is he a sleeper to get hot again in Super Bowl LVI vs. the Los Angeles Rams?

Here are the the odds on a variety of his player prop bets, including catch and yards totals, as well as touchdown props.

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Samaje Perine Receiving, Touchdown Odds and Props*

Receptions: 1.5 (over +100, under -130)

Receiving Yards: 9.5 (over -110, under -120)

Rushing Yards: 2.5 (over -110, under -110)

Anytime TD: +400

First TD: +2500

*via DraftKings

Perine has played second fiddle to Joe Mixon this season. Both were standouts at Oklahoma and now are tearing it up in the Bengals’ backfield.

The backup took only 55 carries to Mixon’s 292 during the regular season, but Perine has provided a perfectly fine change of pace, especially as a receiver.

Perine snagged multiple receptions in 10 of 16 regular-season contests, then erupted for 43 yards on three catches and a touchdown against Kansas City

Samaje Perine bursting for 6️⃣ 💨

(via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/4NRhnH73OT

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 30, 2022

Perine’s snap count peaked at 41 against Green Bay in Week 5.

He’s only taken more than 30 offensive snaps in a game twice this season – the same number of times he’s registered double-digit rushing attempts (11 in both contests).

The Sooners product was drafted by Washington in the fourth round of the 2017 cycle. He amassed 63 carries for the Bengals last year, compiling 301 yards and one score.

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