- Super Bowl 57 Rushing Props include props on total rushing yards, total rushing attempts, longest run and more!
- Miles Sanders, Isiah Pacheco, Kenneth Gainwell, Jerick McKinnon and Boston Scott could all play significant roles in the big game
- Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX
A running back hasn’t been named Super Bowl MVP since Terrell Davis a quarter century ago. While the Eagles’ and Chiefs’ backs aren’t likely to buck that trend, they could play a deciding fact in who takes home the Lombardi Trophy.
Before we dive into some key Rushing Props, here’s where you can find the best Super Bowl betting tips and smart advice on how to bet on 2023 Super Bowl Props.
Most Rushing Yards
Gainwell over Sanders?
Miles Sanders is a +125 favorite to lead Super Bowl 57 in rushing yards. While he’s facing the Chiefs’ No. 8 ranked run defense, that might not matter against an Eagles team that racked up 148 yards against the Niners’ top-ranked unit. Sanders’ 1,269 regular-season rushing yards far outpace anyone else on the board, but he has lost touches to Kenneth Gainwell (+500) this postseason. The sophomore RB outgained his teammate in each of the past two weeks, with 160 yards on 26 attempts vs. Sanders’ 132 yards on 28 carries.
Jalen Hurts (+325) ran for 50+ yards in 7 of 17 starts this year, for a grand total of 833 yards and 15 scores. With Jerick McKinnon (+1200) used mostly on passing downs, Isiah Pacheco (+200) is the best bet here. The rookie piled up 58+ yards in eight of KC’s final nine regular season games, and had a 95-yard effort in the Divisional Round.
.@Chiefs @isiah_pachecoRB #ElectricOPachecO is a fresh bolt of lightning. So quick; So powerful; So determined; So productive #ChiefsKingdom @Rutgers #BaldysBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/BA1GYTffYn
— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) January 22, 2023
Longest Rushing Attempt
|Miles Sanders||12.5 (-115)||12.5 (-115)|
|Isiah Pacheco||12.5 (-115)||12.5 (-115)|
|Kenneth Gainwell||12.5 (-115)||12.5 (-115)|
|Jerick McKinnon||8.5 (-115)||8.5 (-115)|
Big rush plays
Take the OVER 12.5 yards for Miles Sanders’ longest rushing attempt. This season, only three backs finished with more 10+ yard runs than the Penn State product. And, Sanders only trailed Nick Chubb and Derrick Henry with nine 20+ yard gains.
Philadelphia’s D allowed 4.6 yards per carry (ninth-worst) in 2022 so holes should be available for Isiah Pacheco to hit the OVER on 12.5 yards as well. With only five rushes of over 10 yards this year, we’ll take the UNDER 8.5 yards for Jerick McKinnon.
Anytime RB Touchdowns
Who will get in the end zone?
Which running back is most likely to hit pay dirt, on the ground or through the air? Before his two-touchdown outburst versus SF, Miles Sanders (+100) was scoreless in five straight games. After having a TD called back on a holding play last weekend, Isiah Pacheco (+125) has only made two end zone trips in the past seven contests. Despite not being anything close to a goal line back, his teammate Jerrick McKinnon (+160) is a better bet to score.
😂 Check out Jason Kelce dance after Miles Sanders TDpic.twitter.com/6xCOIVzuMY
— Jeff Skversky (@JeffSkversky) January 29, 2023
‘Jet’ has been quiet in the postseason, but tallied nine touchdowns (eight receiving, one rushing) in the final six weeks of the season.
Boston Scott (+450) is also an incredible value. The 27-year-old has four TDs in the past four contests, including one in both playoff games. Nick Sirianni clearly trusts his veteran back to get the ball over the goal line.