Best Bets For Super Bowl LVIII

Super Bowl LVII, the biggest television event of the year, is set to kick off in the gambling capital of the world: Vegas, baby! With that, let’s take a look at some bets to consider ahead of the 2020 rematch between the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

All odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook because that’s what I use.

Travis Kelce & Christian McCaffrey Anytime TD

There is never a sure thing when it comes to gambling, but Christian McCaffrey scoring a TD is as close as you can get. His odds for anytime TD currently sit at -210 on FanDuel, not really worth the straight bet; but you could confidently add that to any parlay as a booster.

Travis Kelce has been on fire in the playoffs, he has 27 catches for 262 yards and three touchdowns in three games. All eyes will be on him and his superstar girlfriend, Taylor Swift. Kelce’s anytime TD is at +100 right now, but you can get his game special on FanDuel “Travis is All Too Well – Travis Kielce to Score a Touchdown in the First 10 minutes of the Game” for +1000, not bad.

Deebo Samuel Over 80.5 Rushing + Receiving 

Deebo Samuel is sitting at +2500 to win Super Bowl MVP, and if the Niners win the game, it might be because of him. It’s glaringly obvious just how much of an effect Deebo has had on the 49ers offensive success. Against a great Chiefs’ defense, Head Coach Kyle Shanahan will probably look to get his playmaker going in a bunch of different ways.

Isiah Pacheco Over 68.5 Rushing Yards

Isiah Pacheco had a great Super Bowl last year against the Philadelphia Eagles, stacking up 76 yards on 15 carries, plus he found the end zone. He has also been a force in these playoffs. The Jersey kid runs really hard, and he has been super effective. He also seems to get short yardage when the Chiefs need it most. Pacheco has rushed for 89 yards vs Maimi, 97 yards vs Buffalo, and 68 yards vs Baltimore. He has also scored in all three playoff games, so maybe an anytime TD wouldn’t be a terrible bet, either.

That’s all I got without getting into the truly insane prop bets that come with the Super Bowl. Bet responsibly, and good luck.

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