Super Bowl 2022 QB Props for Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow

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  • Read below for a sampling of the QB passing props available for Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow
  • The Rams and Bengals will meet at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022

Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford are at far different points of their career, but the two quarterbacks’ paths will intersect in Super Bowl 56 between the Bengals and Rams.

Having never lost a playoff game in his college or NFL career, Burrow aims to add a Lombardi Trophy next to his Heisman and National Championship, while the 34-year-old Stafford looks for narrative-busting redemption after wasting 12 long years in Detroit.

Today, we’ll look at the Super Bowl props odds for the two quarterbacks. You can also check out the top betting sites for NFL football in 2022 and get advice for how to wager on Super Bowl 56.

Total Passing Touchdowns

4 or More+675+500

Burrow vs Stafford

Matthew Stafford threw for the second-most passing touchdowns (41) in the NFL in his first year in Los Angeles while Joe Burrow returned from a torn ACL to toss 34 TDs in his sophomore season in Cincinnati. The 25-year-old also trails the journeyman in playoff passing strikes with four TDs to Stafford’s six.

Stafford’s odds of throwing three touchdowns (+200) are half that of Burrow’s (+450). And both are viewed as longshots to be held without a passing score in Super Bowl 56, with Cool Joe at +475 and the former Lion at +800. Given Aaron Donald’s run-stuffing presence on the goalline, we like two passing TDs for Burrow at +200.

Will a QB Score a Rushing TD

J. Burrow-800+500
M. Stafford-800+500

Running Quarterbacks?

Neither QB has Lamar Jackson’s wheels or Josh Allen’s hulking presence in the run game, but both can get the job done on the ground when necessary.

Stafford has already run it into the endzone twice this postseason after having no rushing TDs all year. And Burrow’s legs were a major factor in upsetting the Chiefs, scrambling five times for 25 yards in the AFC Championship Game. If we had to pick one quarterback to score a rushing TD in the Super Bowl, it would be Joe Burrow at +850.

Los Angeles RamsTo Cover
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Cincinnati BengalsTo Win Super Bowl
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Long Bombs and Picks

Longest TD Pass-115-115
Longest Completion-115-115
Throw 1st INT-130+100

Big Plays and Mistakes

Stafford and Burrow are both -115 to have the longest completion and longest TD pass. The former led the league with 18 passes over 40+ yards this season while the latter finished tied for second with 15. Not too surprising considering they’re throwing to two of the top game-breakers in the NFL in Cooper Kupp and Ja’Marr Chase.

The Bengals franchise savior is a -130 favorite to throw the game’s first pick even though it was Stafford who tied rookie Trevor Lawrence with a league-leading 17 interceptions in 2021. Burrow has thrown the ball away twice this postseason to his counterpart’s one, but a tiger (or Lion in this case) doesn’t change his stripes. Bet Stafford for first interception at +100.

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