Travis Kelce Among Super Bowl LVII’s Most Popular Player Prop Bets
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- Travis Kelce has the most popular player prop overall for Super Bowl LVII: Chiefs vs. Eagles.
- His props writ large are immensely popular among the betting public for Sunday's big game.
- But which props in particular are they?
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is among the most popular player prop bets for Super Bowl LVII between the Chiefs and Eagles.
It’s no surprise Kelce is one of the public‘s darlings in the anytime touchdown market, considering his record in that department.
Kelce is the Chiefs’ leader in yards, touchdowns, targets and receptions. Since Tyreek Hill’s departure, he’s been by far Patrick Mahomes’ main target for the league’s most explosive passing attack.
Keenly aware of these factors, the public is targeting him heavily. But as a result, are his props overpriced in the marketplace?
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Super Bowl LVII Chiefs vs. Eagles: Travis Kelce’s Most Popular Player Prop Bets
- Travis Kelce to score a touchdown at anytime (-130)
- Travis Kelce to record over 75.5 receiving yards (-125)
- Travis Kelce to record over 7.5 receptions (+110)
*Odds and data are according to PointsBet as of Friday afternoon.
Kelce’s anytime TD is the most popular prop on the Super Bowl docket — and it’s no surprise that it’s also the longest in that marketplace.
A $130 bet would net you $100 in profit on that line. A $100 wager would net you $76.92.
The best way to calculate your payout for minus-money bets is to divide. A -110 price means you’d divide your wager amount by 1.10. At -275, for instance, you’d divide by 2.75 to find out what your potential profit is.
PointsBet’s mark isn’t the absolute best price on the market, however. That honor goes to BetRivers, which has Kelce’s anytime touchdown priced at -108, meaning a $100 bet wins $92.56 and your money back.
Kelce’s over for his receiving yards and receptions are his next two most popular bets.
At -125, his implied odds to record 76 or more receiving yards is 55.5%. And his clip on receptions at +110 implies the odds for that market are 47.6%.
If your personal assessment is that the chances for those things are higher than their implied odds, there may be a betting edge, in your eyes.
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