- Super Bowl 57 Receiving Props are available for most yards, longest reception, anytime touchdowns, and more!
- Travis Kelce (+275) and A.J. Brown (+300) are the favorites to have the most receiving yards in the game
- Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX
Cooper Kupp took over Super Bowl 56, catching eight balls for 92 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams’ 23-20 win over the Bengals. This year’s Chiefs-Eagles game is also loaded with talented pass catchers like Travis Kelce, A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
Which one will lead his team to victory? Before we dive into the Receiving 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 Receiving Yards
|Travis Kelce (KC)||+275|
|A.J. Brown (PHI)||+300|
|DeVonta Smith (PHI)||+300|
|Dallas Goedert (PHI)||+775|
|Julu Smith-Schuster (KC)||+850|
|Marquez Valdes-Scantling (KC)||+900|
|Kadarius Toney (KC)||+900|
|Jerick McKinnon (KC)||+1800|
|Mecole Hardman (KC)||+2000|
|Quez Watkins (PHI)||+2500|
|Isiah Pacheco (KC)||+2500|
|Kenneth Gainwell (PHI)||+3000|
|Zach Pascal (PHI)||+5000|
|Boston Scott (PHI)||+5000|
|Jack Stoll (PHI)||+5000|
|Miles Sanders (PHI)||+7500|
|Justin Watson (KC)||+7500|
|Noah Gray (KC)||+7500|
|Skyy Moore (KC)||+7500|
Kelce, AJB or Devonta?
Travis Kelce (+275) is the favorite to lead the Super Bowl in receiving yards. The All-Pro tight end has averaged over 100 yards in his last eight playoff games, with nine touchdowns. After making 17 receptions for 98 yards and two scores in a Divisional Round win over Jacksonville, he had a 7-78-1 effort against Cincinnati in the AFC Championship. Marquez Valdes-Scantling (+900) is the only other KC pass catcher worth considering given their injuries and inconsistency at the position.
A.J. Brown (+300) only has 50 receiving yards through two playoff games, but he narrowly outpaced the Chiefs tight end in the regular season. The 25-year-old finished with 1,496 yards versus Kelce’s 1,338. DeVonta Smith (+300) has been the hotter of the two Eagles weapons of late, however. The Slim Reaper produced four 100+ yard outings in the season’s final six games.
Travis Kelce is in a league of his own 🤯 pic.twitter.com/d7OaeDWe1u
— PFF (@PFF) February 1, 2023
|A.J. Brown||26.5 (-115)||26.5 (-115)|
|Dallas Goedert||16.5 (-115)||16.5 (-115)|
|DeVonta Smith||25.5 (-115)||25.5 (-115)|
|Jerick McKinnon||13.5 (-115)||13.5 (-115)|
|Julu Smith-Schuster (KC)||17.5 (-115)||17.5 (-115)|
|Marquez Valdes-Scantling (KC)||18.5 (-115)||18.5 (-115)|
|Kadarius Toney (KC)||16.5 (-115)||16.5 (-115)|
|Travis Kelce||22.5 (-115)||22.5 (-115)|
|Quez Watkins||11.5 (-115)||11.5 (-115)|
Deep shots incoming?
A.J. Brown’s over/under for longest reception is 26.5 yards. Jalen Hurt’s bosum buddy made the fifth-most 20+ yard receptions (23) and tied for the third-most 40+ yard catches (six) this season. However, he managed only 28 yards and 22 yards total in the past two games. Meanwhile, Travis Kelce tied for seventh in the NFL with 19 receptions that went for more than 20 yards. Kelce’s over/under is set at 22.5.
Philadelphia has the No. 1 pass defense in the NFL, allowing only 179.8 yards per game. Play the UNDER on Juju Smith-Schuster (17.5 yards) as he works mainly in the short and intermediate areas of the field. We’ll also take the UNDER 11.5 yards for Quez Watkins, who only has one target in each of the past two games with no receptions.
|Travis Kelce (KC)||-120|
|A.J. Brown (PHI)||+115|
|Dallas Goedert (PHI)||+150|
|DeVonta Smith (PHI)||+175|
|Marquez Valdes-Scantling (KC)||+225|
|Kadarius Toney (KC)||+250|
|Juju Smith-Schuster (KC)||+260|
|Mecole Hardman (KC)||+425|
|Quez Watkins (PHI)||+550|
|Justin Watson (KC)||+550|
|Skyy Moore (KC)||+600|
|Noah Gray (KC)||+700|
|Zach Pascal (PHI)||+1000|
|Jack Stoll (PHI)||+1400|
Striking pay dirt
Travis Kelce (-120) and A.J. Brown (+115) have 15 and 11 touchdown receptions, respectively, through 19 regular season and postseason games combined. Playing shorter odds on those superstars is worth it considering you only get +150 for Dallas Goedert, who managed a mere four touchdowns in 14 contests this year.
A career year for A.J. Brown 👏 pic.twitter.com/nNnLA9t0Fo
— PFF (@PFF) February 1, 2023
DeVonta Smith (+175) is a worthy play. The slender sophomore has a 8-97-1 line this postseason and his “non-catch” versus the Niners was near the end zone.
If you’re looking for a longshot, they’re hard to find. The Chiefs back up tight ends Noah Gray (+700) and Jody Fortson (+850) could surprise if Andy Reid plays more heavy formations against Philly, but both are merely a roll of the dice.
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