The Best Super Bowl 54 Props

Super Bowl 54 Props Betting

When most people think about betting on the Super Bowl, they think about picking a team to win through the spread or moneyline. While the straight bets will always be the linchpin to the Super Bowl betting experience, there are lots of side bets available that create a more dynamic event.

Everything from the colour of Gatorade poured onto the winning coach to the length of time it takes to sing the national anthem is available to bet on in our Super Bowl props section, but in this article, we’re focusing specifically on team and player props. Team props involve a stat or action related to a specific team, while player props are for individual players only, so if you’re keeping up with the major storylines, you could have an edge with many of the Super Bowl 54 betting props. Here are the five most intriguing ones available for betting at Bodog Sportsbook right now:

Total Defence and Special Team Touchdowns

It’s wild to see a touchdown come from defense or special teams—especially in a game as big as the Super Bowl. Intensify the celebration by putting some money on the Chiefs or 49ers to accomplish the feat on February 2. During the regular season, the Chiefs’ defensive unit managed a total of three touchdowns compared to the 49ers’ five—it could happen again. If either team scores more than one at Miami Gardens, a $100 bet pays a $900 reward based on these Super Bowl LIV betting odds:

Kansas City Chiefs

Over 1.5 +900
Under 1.5 -3500

San Francisco 49ers

Over 1.5 +900
Under 1.5 -3500

Super Bowl MVP

Who do you think will take the reins and propel their team to greatness on Super Bowl Sunday? Last year it was wide receiver Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots. 80% of the MVP votes are cast by panelists, who must go with a player from the winning side. The remaining 20% of votes come from the public, so you can vote for your pick. There are 20 players you can bet on right now with payouts that range from +110 to +12500, starting with the Kansas City Chiefs’ stud quarterback.

PLAYER NAME PLAYER TEAM PLAYER POSITION PLAYER ODDS TO WIN MVP
Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback $100 to win $105
Jimmy Garoppolo San Francisco 49ers Quarterback $100 to win $260
Raheem Mostert San Francisco 49ers Running Back $100 to win $700
George Kittle San Francisco 49ers Tight End $100 to win $1,400
Travis Kelce Kansas City Chiefs Tight End $100 to win $1,400
Tyreek Hill Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver $100 to win $1,500
Damien Williams Kansas City Chiefs Running Back $100 to win $2,000
Nick Bosa San Francisco 49ers Defensive End $100 to win $2,000
Deebo Samuel San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver $100 to win $2,500
Emmanuel Sanders San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver $100 to win $4,000
Richard Sherman San Francisco 49ers Cornerback $100 to win $4,000
Sammy Watkins Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver $100 to win $5,000
Tevin Coleman San Francisco 49ers Running Back $100 to win $6,000
Matt Breida San Francisco 49ers Running Back $100 to win $6,600
Mercole Hardman Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver $100 to win $6,600
Tyrann Mathieu Kansas City Chiefs Cornerback $100 to win $7,000
Frank Clark Kansas City Chiefs Defensive End $100 to win $9,000
Arik Armstead San Francisco 49ers Defensive End $100 to win $10,000
Chris Jones Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Tackle $100 to win $10,000
Daniel Sorensen Kansas City Chiefs Safety $100 to win $10,000
DeForest Buckner San Francisco 49ers Defensive Tackle $100 to win $12,500
Dee Ford San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver $100 to win $12,500
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Which team will call for a fair catch first in the game?

Bet on which team you think will be forced to call a fair catch first at the Super Bowl. San Francisco’s Richie James Jr. called for 14 punt return fair passes during the regular season—far more than Kansas City Chiefs’ Mecole Hardman (6). The Chiefs are slight favourites for this prop.


San Francisco 49ers -115
Kansas City Chiefs -125

Who will be the first team penalized for pass interference?

With a total of 11 registered on the season, both the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers had an above average number of pass interference calls against them. The majority of Kansas City’s occurred on the road. Which team will be first to do it at Miami Gardens?


San Francisco 49ers -125
Kansas City Chiefs -115

Safety

Bet on whether or not either team will record a safety at the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl 2020 betting odds for this prop are identical for both teams, so you can go with your gut instinct. “No” is greatly favoured at -2500.

San Francisco 49ers

Yes: +800
No: -2500

Kansas City Chiefs

Yes: +800
No: -2500

Many more props are available in our sportsbook, and there’s no limit on how many can be added to your bet slip. Checking them off as you watch the game has become a Super Bowl tradition among avid sports bettors; it makes for a more engaging experience overall. Good luck with your selections and we’ll see you at the betting window.