Super Bowl 57 Game Props: First Score, Largest Lead, Highest Scoring Quarter

  • BetOnline and Bovada offer a large selection of Super Bowl 57 score proposition bets
  • A Philadelphia touchdown (+180) is favored to be the first score of the game while oddsmakers expect the most points to be tallied in the 4th quarter
  • Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX

The Chiefs and Eagles both have explosive offensives that rank No. 1 and No. 3, respectively, in points scored per game. Oddsmakers are also expecting a shootout with the over/under set at 49.5 points.

Today, we’ll look at some of the best Prop Bets for Super Bowl 57 related to scoring: First score of the game, largest points lead and highest scoring quarter. But first, be sure to check out our 2023 Super Bowl betting tips and advice.

First Score of Game

First score of gameBetOnline Review
Philadelphia Eagles Touchdown+180
Kansas City Chiefs Touchdown+200
Philadelphia Eagles Field Goal+385
Kansas City Chiefs Field Goal+390
Kansas City Chiefs Safety+3300
Philadelphia Eagles Safety+3300

Eagles to strike first?

Jalen Hurts and the Eagles are +180 favorites to open Super Bowl 57 with a touchdown. Philadelphia has outscored its competition 69-14 in the playoffs. They also ranked fourth in first-quarter points per game (5.8) this season, just one spot ahead of their opponents (5.4 ppg). Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are +200 to strike first with a TD. However, the Green Birds are a better bet to get in the end zone. Philly’s defense finished just outside the top-ten in ‘opponent red zone scoring percentage’ while KC’s D waved the white flag, ranking third-last in the NFL.

By that same reasoning, a Chiefs field goal (+390) could be a smarter play than an Eagles FG (+385). A safety (+3300) is also in play for either team as these clubs ranked one-two in regular season sacks.

Chiefs FGFirst Score of Game
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Largest Points Lead of Game

Over 14.5 points-110
Under 14.5 points-120

Blowout potential?

Philadelphia is currently a 1-point favorite after being favored by 2.5 points earlier in the week. Either way, it’s a far cry from the 14.5 over/under for largest points lead of the game. Only two Super Bowl winners in the past 10 years defeated their opponents by more than 14.5 points. So, why is that the magic number with the matchup is expected to be close?

Well, the Super Bowl has produced some epic comebacks over the past half century or so. Down 28-3 with 8:31 to go in the third quarter, the Patriots downed the Falcons 34-28 seven years ago. New England also rallied from 10 points back against Seattle in Super Bowl 49. And, in 2009, the Saints did the same versus Indianapolis. All that said, 14.5 points is a lot. Especially since KC was just blown out 31-9 two years ago by the Bucs. Take the UNDER. 

Under 14.5Largest Lead of Game
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Highest Scoring Quarter

First Quarter+650
Second Quarter+180
Third Quarter+600
Fourth Quarter+160
2 or More Quarters to have equal highest score+700

Explaining the odds

Philadelphia and Kansas City are expected to combined for the most points in the fourth quarter (+160) and second quarter (+180). Why are the odds so much longer for the first quarter (+650) and third quarter (+600), you ask? Well, teams have the opportunity to start those quarters with the ball deep in their opponent’s territory. Whereas, both the first and third quarters start with a kickoff that usually pins them inside their own 30-yard line.

However, here’s why betting on the second quarter (+180) isn’t a bad idea. One, more points are tallied in the first half than the second, on average,. This is because teams often run out the clock in the fourth quarter when protecting a lead.

And, secondly, the Eagles scored a league-leading 12.18 points per game in the second frame with the Chiefs in third with a 10.12 average. It was the highest-scoring quarter for both teams by a mile.

2nd QuarterHighest Scoring Quarter
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