Professional Bettor Shares Super Bowl 56 Prop Bets LVI

Written by Watt_05

We are nearing the end of our journey. The conclusion of this NFL season is days away but it wouldn’t be complete without Super Bowl 56 Prop Bets. Price shopping is encouraged with every bet you make but the Super Bowl LVI props market is very decentralized. Having options not only helps your bottom line on the bets you do make, but your props portfolio will increase with the ability to find one-off investments that fit into your price range.

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Moving through each SBLVI prop bet I will highlight the best available market price and include the price I would play them to. I expect each of these prop bets to move in our favor so betting these sooner than later is smart.

Combined Total Rushing Yards UNDER 205.5 (-120):

Despite both teams offensive tendencies to lean on their running games, we might see one team struggle with efficiency.  The Rams defensive line has a significant advantage finishing the season #1 in run stop win rate. With Stafford and Burrow’s combined rushing yards priced at 17, the threat of a quarterback breaking one is unlikely.  Avoiding multiple explosive runs from Cam Akers, and this may surprise readers, Ja’Marr Chase, is how this prop bet gets home.  Playable down to u196.5 (-120).

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Highest Scoring Quarter Under 20.5 (-130):

Respected money bet the full game under from 50.5 to the current price of 48.5 before calendars flipped to February. The 1st half was bet down from 24 to 23.5 as well.  The Cincinnati Bengals are 30th in pace this year, and a shocking 31st in pace when TRAILING by 7+ points.  The Bengals offense is a snail, and Sean McVay has no problem conservatively handing it off with the lead.  Playable down to u20 (-130).

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Joe Burrow to throw an Interception YES (-130):

Burrow finished 3rd in interceptions thrown during the regular season despite sitting Week 18.  With a game-script likely to see the Rams leading and the Bengals struggling to get going on the ground, ‘Joe Brrr’ will need to sling the rock against a Rams pass rush 1st in pass rush win rate. Combined that with an experienced secondary led by Jalen Ramsey that was 5th in interceptions during the regular season.  Outside of the Wild Card game against the Raiders, in each Bengals playoff game, Burrow’s interception number closed higher than -130. The Rams are not the opponent that should cause a price dip.  Playable to -165.

Number of Players to Attempt a Pass OVER 2.5 (+160): 

With coaching familiarity and two offensive minds with two weeks to prepare we should see gamesmanship and creativity from Mcvay and Zach Taylor.  The Rams have multiple players with the ability to throw the ball. Odell Beckham Jr., Johnny Hekker, and Cooper Kupp have attempted their fair share of passes over the years. OBJ has attempted a pass in 25% of his playoff games. Hekker has 24 career passing attempts. We could see Zac Taylor utilize a non-QB pass from a receiver in search of an offensive spark.  Playable down to +140.

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