- BetOnline and Bovada offer Super Bowl 57 props on First Touchdown Scorer, Anytime Touchdown Scorer, and much more
- Travis Kelce (+300) and Miles Sanders (+300) are favored to score the first TDs for the Chiefs and Eagles
- Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX
Who will score the first touchdown of Super Bowl 57? Will anyone get into the end zone twice? Before we pick the Chiefs and Eagles players who will find pay dirt early and often, here’s where you can find the best Super Bowl betting tips and smart advice on how to bet on 2023 Super Bowl Props.
First TD Scorer – Chiefs
Who else but Kelce?
Travis Kelce (+300) has nine touchdowns in his last eight playoff games. The All-Pro tight end also scored the first TD in the AFC Championship, helping his Chiefs to an early 13-3 lead over the Bengals. Isaiah Pacheco (+375) is Kansas City’s goal line back. The rookie ran for 95 yards and a score versus Jacksonville in the Divisional Round. And a holding penalty cost him a TD against Cincinnati on Sunday.
If you’re wagering on Patrick Mahomes at +1400, beware that passing TDs don’t count. The soon-to-be two-time NFL MVP has 12 rushing scores in 80 career regular-season games, including four in 17 contests this year. Since every KC receiver is either injured or impossible to trust, we’ll go with Jerick McKinnon (+500). While ‘Jet’ has only 43 yards on 17 postseason touches so far, he racked up nine TDs in the season’s final six games.
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First TD Scorer – Eagles
Here’s a poster boy for positive regression. Miles Sanders (+300) found the end zone 13 times in 19 games this year after failing to score even once during the 2021 season. He’s somehow favored over Jalen Hurts (+325), who ran for his 15th TD of the season in the NFC Championship win over SF. That’s more than any other quarterback in NFL history.
AJ Brown (+475) has only seven receptions for 50 scoreless yards this postseason after equaling his career-high with 11 receiving touchdowns in 2022. Dallas Goedert (+550) is definitely in play, as the Chiefs allowed nine TDs to tight ends this year. Ditto for Devonta Smith (+650), who scored four TDs in the Eagles’ final six games while registering four 100+ yard outings. Finally, Kenneth Gainwell (+1400) is a solid longshot after compiling 195 combined yards and a score this postseason.
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— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 29, 2023
To Score 2 or More TDs
Make that a double
Travis Kelce (+650) scored multiple touchdowns in three of 19 games this season, including against the Jags in the Divisional Round. Miles Sanders (+600) has four such performances after a two-score effort versus San Francisco. Jalen Hurts (+650) has run in multiple TDs in three games this year with rushing scores in each of the past two weeks.
AJ Brown (+800) had a two-TD and a three-TD outing in 2022. And, the aforementioned Jerick McKinnon (+1400) had three games with two or more TDs, putting him on pace with the brand name stars above.
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