Taylor Swift Bets for Super Bowl 58 That Cashed
Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Pictured: Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs and Taylor Swift
Raise your hand if you had Taylor Swift being a major Super Bowl storyline entering the season. Now put that hand down since you’re surely not telling the truth.
Alas, we entered the Big Game with sportsbooks offering props around the superstar’s relationship Travis Kelce, who are arguably the most popular couple in the world.
We tracked a whopping 26 prop bets sportsbooks offered based on the Taylor Swift- Travis Kelce phenomenon offered on DraftKings dubbed "For the Swifties." Here are the ones that cashed in Kansas City's thrilling overtime win over the 49ers.
Taylor Swift Bets for Super Bowl 58
Mine: T. Kelce 87+ Receiving Yards (+190)
"Mr. Swift" came through with an another incredible performance. He caught a game-high nine catches for 93 yards, including several clutch plays in the fourth quarter and overtime.
Fifteen: P. Mahomes 15+ Rush Yards and 215+ Pass Yards (−140)
Patrick Mahomes earned his third Super Bowl MVP award in perhaps his best showing yet in the Big Game. He completed 34-of-46 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns while running it nine times for 66.
Look What You Made Me Do: KC Chiefs to Trail in the 4th Quarter and Win the Game (+500)
The Chiefs rallied twice to win their third Super Bowl in four years. They trailed twice in the fourth quarter – 16-13 and 19-16 – but pushed the game into overtime on two Harrison Butker field goals. They rallied for yet a third time in overtime as Mahomes authored a 13-play, 75-yard drive culminating in a Mecole Hardman touchdown.
Shake It Off: SF 49ers to Score First, KC Chiefs to Win (+350)
The 49ers staked themselves to a 10-0 lead after a scoreless first quarter. The Chiefs didn't score until there were 20 seconds left in the first half, and they outscored San Francisco 25-12 the rest of the way after falling behind by double digits.
I Knew You Were Trouble: C. McCaffrey 150+ Rush+Rec Yards (+160)
McCaffrey finished with 160 yards thanks to the game going to overtime. He carried the ball 22 times for 80 yards and hauled in eight passes for an additional 80.