Betting On Super Bowl LV Top Team Props
When it comes to betting props for Super Bowl LV, BetOnline sportsbook continues to expand its list almost every day leading up to the big game. Just about every possible aspect of the matchup between the AFC's Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as NFC champs has been covered.
As far as betting high-value props based on the posted odds, a trio of team-oriented betting options standout from the rest. Digging deeper into the stats, facts, and recent betting trends for these two teams here is the best way to bet all three of these team props.
First Team to Enter the Red Zone
The betting odds for this prop favor Kansas City at -130. The odds Tampa Bay reaches the Red Zone (inside the opponent's 20-yard line) first are set at an even money +100. Each of these teams features a high-profile quarterback running a highly productive offense. The Chiefs were ranked first in the NFL is total yards per game (415.8) in the regular season. Tampa Bay was a bit farther down the list with 384.1 total yards while averaging 30.8 points per game. Both of these offenses are going to make several trips to the Red Zone during this game, which has all the makings of a shootout. Given Kansas City's propensity for slower than expected starts in its biggest games, go with the added value in Tampa Bay's odds to move inside the opponent's twenty-first.
Team to Score The Longest Super Bowl Touchdown
The Chiefs get the nod as favorites in this team prop as well with -130 odds they score the longest touchdown in Super Bowl LV. Tampa Bay's odds are once again set at +100. This prop comes down to each team's playmakers. Given the setting, you could make an argument that Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady has the edge over Patrick Mahomes as the reigning Super Bowl MVP. This will be Brady's 10th appearance on the NFL's biggest stage. Tampa Bay also has two big threats at wide receiver in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. They combined for 33 pass plays of 20 yards or longer this season. Although, Kansas City counters with wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce as its biggest scoring threats. In what could be considered a toss-up, the added value in Tampa Bay's odds stands out as the tiebreaker. The Buccaneers could be pressed for a quick scoring play late in the fourth quarter to add a bit more value to this play.
Team to Kick the Longest Super Bowl Field Goal
The posted betting odds for this team prop have been set at -115 for both Kansas City and Tampa Bay. There is always a chance that neither team kicks a field goal in this game, with a heavy dose of touchdowns driving up the score. However, the value play would be Kansas City with Harrison Butler as the team's kicker. He went 4-for-4 this season from 50 yards or longer, including a 58-yard field goal as his longest. Tampa Bay's Ryan Succop attempted two field goals from 50 yards or longer, making one. Chiefs' head coach Andy Reid would not hesitate to try a long field goal attempt with Harrison. Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians would more likely stick with Brady's ability to make a big play.