MORE RotoUnderworld Super Bowl Prop Picks
CIN Bengals Total Field Goals Made Over 1.5 (-115)
Confidence level: 🔒
WTF Stat: Bengals K Evan McPherson (rookie) has three games this post season with 4+ FGs made. He is tied with Adam Vinatieri for the most in a CAREER in the Super Bowl era. #RuleItAll | #NFL pic.twitter.com/JjD98QCHVJ
— Morning Blitz (@Morning_Blitz) February 11, 2022
Van Jefferson Longest Reception Over 17.5 (-115)
Confidence level: 🤏🔒
This is a great bet because Van Jefferson has been a sneaky deep threat this year. Jefferson has a 13.3 (No. 11 among qualified wide receivers) Average Target Distance (ADOT) and 16.0 (No. 7) Yards Per Reception on 5.2 Targets Per Game. As a result, he has hit this line in 16/19 games this season! Borderline lock confidence on this one.
Tee Higgins Player to make First CIN Bengals Reception (+275)
Confidence level: Higher than high
Great odds on a player with comparable opportunity to his counterpart, Ja’Marr Chase. Tee Higgins has a 23.9-percent (No. 22) Target Share on a 94.3-percent (No. 12) Route Participation rating, while Chase has a 23.7-percent (No. 23) Target Share on a 96.6-percent (No. 5) Route Participation rating.
— Establish The Run (@EstablishTheRun) February 4, 2022
Chase barely beats out Higgins in terms of Route Participation, but not enough to outweigh the similar Target Share. Because of this, I’ll throw a dart on the chance that the first reception goes to Higgins.
Cam Akers Rush Attempts Under 16.5 (-130)
Confidence level: High
Cam Akers has hit the Over on this line in 2/3 games this post-season, but McVay has hinted that there may be a three-back rotation on Sunday with Akers, Darrell Henderson and Sony Michel all seeing offensive opportunities in the Super Bowl. Akers has 17 carries against the Cardinals, 24 carries against the Buccaneers and 13 carries against the 49ers. The only game he smashed the over was against the Bucs, a matchup where the Rams faced a positive game script for a majority of the time. I’m buying the coach speak and smashing the Under on Akers’ Rush Attempts because Over 16.5 Rush Attempts is better suited for a bell cow running back like Joe Mixon.
Odell Beckham Most Receiving Yards – LAR/CIN (+800)
Confidence level: 🙏🎯
The last pick is a dart throw that has a better chance to hit than most of the ridiculous Super Bowl props out there. Odell Beckham has had the second most receiving yards on the Rams in every game this postseason behind none other than Cooper Kupp. Beckham averages 50 less receiving yards per game than Kupp this postseason, but the monstrous 183 yard performance from Kupp against the Bucs throws this out of whack.
No WR ran more routes or had more targets/rec/yards from the backfield than Cooper Kupp.
Was targeted on every route from the backfield in regular season, then LAR use motion from it vs TB in Divisional Round to open up sideline for Odell Beckham. pic.twitter.com/3QWgm1Gj2N
— Dan Pizzuta (@DanPizzuta) February 9, 2022
When ruling out the Divisional game against the Bucs, Beckam averages 18 less receiving yards per game than Kupp. And I’m not sweating Chase or Higgins because this is Odell’s game. I’ll take the chance on this bet over some of the silly 5 passing TD 400 yard parlays out there. Maybe correlate this prop with a Beckham MVP…?
Gatorade Bath Color Orange (+270)
Confidence level: Inside information
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