Super Bowl 57 Field Goal and Punt Props: Chiefs vs Eagles

  • BetOnline and Bovada offer a wide selection of Field Goal and Punt Props for Super Bowl 57 
  • The Chiefs’ Harrison Butker and the Eagles’ Jake Elliott are both respected veteran kickers
  • Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX

Being a kicker in the NFL is a tough gig. While they spend most of the game as spectators, they’re always called upon in the most crucial moments. And, with the eyes of the world watching them, they’re expected to effortlessly split the uprights from 20 to 60 yards away.

With the Chiefs and Eagles kicking off on football’s biggest stage, will Harrison Butker and/or Jake Elliott be vilified by their fanbases or celebrated as heroes when the dust settles? Before we check out some Field Goal and Punt 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.

Total Made Field Goals

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6 or More+800

Who else but Kelce?

Three made field goals in Super Bowl 57 (+250) has the shortest odds, followed by two FGs (+300) and four FGs (+325). But, one FG (+550) may be in play given the offensive excellence and aggressiveness of these two clubs. The Chiefs and Eagles rank No. 2 and No. 3 in red-zone scoring percentage, converting touchdowns at a 70.51% and 68.57% clip. KC also ranked second in fourth down conversion percentage (76.92%) while Philly was fourth-best (71.43%).

When it comes to going for it on fourth down, Nick Sirianni was the sixth-most aggressive coach in the league. So, don’t expect the Eagles to settle for field goals. Jake Elliott has only kicked one in two playoff games so far. While Andy Reid was the fourth-least aggressive coach by the same metric, he’ll be forced to leave Butker on the sidelines if the Chiefs are playing from behind.


Longest Field Goal

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Under 47½ Yards-125
Over 47½ Yards-105

The Butker did it!

Philadelphia tied for last in the NFL in field goal attempts per game (1.4), and second-last in field goals made (1.3). Kansas City was also bottom-third in made FGs with 1.5 per game. However, Harrison Butker has already converted five FGs in two games this postseason. Two of those were 50+ yard bombs, while two were between 40 and 49 yards. Jake Elliott converted five of six 50+ yards kicks during the season, so he also has the leg to convert from long distance.

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Missed FGs and PATs

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Will someone shank a kick?

Harrison Butker missed a career-worst six field goals and three extra points this season despite only playing in 13 games. The Chiefs kicker is a perfect five-for-five in both field goals and extra points this postseason, however. That includes a 45-yard game winner in KC’s 23-20 win against Cincinnati in the AFC Championship. Meanwhile, Jake Elliott drilled 20-of-23 FGs (87 per cent) and 51-of-53 PATs this year.

With Butker running hot in the playoffs and field goal opportunities few and far between for Elliott, no missed field goals at -150 is the best bet.

Total Punts

Total PuntsBetOnline Review
Over 7 Punts-120
Under 7 Punts-110

Punters are people too

The over/under for punts in Super Bowl 57 is set at seven. Both teams rank bottom-five in punts per game, with the Chiefs averaging 3.2 per contest and the Eagles averaging 3.3. Given the game’s high 50.5-point total, we lean towards the UNDER 7 Punts (-110). But, if you like the UNDER in this year’s Super Bowl, you may want to take the OVER 7 Punts (-120) as the two are well correlated.

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