The final game of the NFL season, the Super Bowl, the Big Game, is here. After this, us football fans will eagerly be awaiting the NFL Draft, the 2023 NFL schedule release, OTAs, training camp, and so forth. However, let’s enjoy what’s right in front of us, which features the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs squaring off in Super Bowl LVII.

The under has hit in each of the last four Super Bowls, two of which featured Mahomes and the Chiefs, as well as five of the last seven. Whether you’re playing Super Bowl DFS, or targeting NFL player props one last time, make sure you throw an entry in over at ThriveFantasy, and check out some of my favorite prop bets featuring Patrick Mahomes, Kenneth Gainwell, and others. It’s time to #PropUp over at ThriveFantasy!


ThriveFantasy Super Bowl 57 Player Props

Dallas Goedert MORE THAN 3.5 Receptions

Listen, we are only getting 70 points for this one, but it’s more or less free points. He has at least five receptions in three straight games, including in both postseason contests, and tight ends have been utilized against Kansas City this postseason. Evan Engram had five grabs on six targets against Kansas City, and even Hayden Hurst had four receptions on five targets. The Chiefs rank in the lower half of the league in terms of DVOA against tight ends and against the pass overall.

Kenneth Gainwell LESS THAN 28.5 Rushing Yards

Gainwell has become a hot commodity in the postseason, as he’s received double-digit carries in each of the team’s two playoff blowout wins. He only had one game in the entire regular season where he received more than five carries, and just two games where he had more than 30 rushing yards. Of the 26 carries he’s received in the postseason, 18 of those carries have come in the fourth quarter when the Eagles were up by multiple scores. Does Philadelphia blow out Kansas City in this one? I don’t think so.

Patrick Mahomes LESS THAN 295.5 Passing Yards

The Eagles have the number one defense against the pass, in terms of DVOA, and 21st against the run. I don’t expect the Chiefs to adopt a run-heavy scheme all of a sudden, but it’s incredibly tough to throw the ball against Philly. The Chiefs have allowed one quarterback (Dak Prescott) to throw for more than 300 yards in a game this season, and only Prescott (347) and Kyler Murray (250) have at least 250 yards through the air in a game against the Eagles this season! Mahomes is great and all, but this is a tough defense to throw against, and Mahomes may not be with his full supporting cast.

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