We're here to help you 24/7 TOLL FREE
support@betnow.eu Forgot Password?

Super Bowl LV Props Betting Action! (Over 500 Betting Lines Available)

Super Bowl 2021 has become fever pitched after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious in their respective Conference Final games. It is something to watch out for as all-time great Tom Brady faces new-age superstar Patrick Mahomes in a Super Bowl showdown for the ages. It is also worth betting the proposition bets that revolve around this showdown. Props betting gives online American football betting enthusiasts something to look forward to aside from the game itself. Some of the prop bets include the length of the national anthem and how many touchdowns will a player score in one or two quarters. But before we check out the prevailing prop bets for this year’s biggest show, let’s take a look at some basic information that we should take note of.

Super Bowl LV – Kansas City vs. Tampa Bay – Sunday, February 7th

When: Sunday, February 7, 6:30 PM ET

Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida


Stream: NFL Game Pass

NFL Online Betting Odds:

Chiefs-3 (-115)56.5 o (-110)170
Buccaneers+3 (+105)56.5 u (-110)+145
Bet Now on this Game

Best Super Bowl Props Betting Lines

Prop bets give NFL superbowl enthusiasts some dose of excitement as they watch the Super Bowl. There are hundreds of propositions to choose from and there are lots of chances to win. Here are some prop bets that people can place their money on in the middle of the encounter.

Will the Team that Scores First Win the Game?

This is a tricky prop bet, to begin with, because in the last four Super Bowls, two teams have gone all the way to clinch the title and two others have failed despite scoring first. In this year’s Super Bowl, online sportsbook favors “Yes” with a -160 moneyline as compared to +140 moneyline for a “No.”

Last Score of the Game Will Be:

The caliber of both teams is so special that a touchdown can be scored in the crucial moments of the encounter. A touchdown gets a -220 moneyline while bettors are given a +190 line if they pick “any other score.”

Tom Brady Goes Over/Under 290.5 Passing Yards

The moneyline for Brady going under 290.5 passing yards is -110 and it’s just the same as going over the 290.5-yard mark. Over the past two games, he has passed a combined 479 pass yards. He had 199 against the New Orleans Saints in the divisional playoffs and had a slight uptick of 280 against the Green Bay Packers in the AFC Championship.

Travis Kelce Will Go Over 7 1/2 Total Receptions

Tight end Travis Kelce has become one of the two catching targets that Patrick Mahomes frequently counts on when the game is on the line. Over the past two games, Kelce had a combined 21 receptions or an average of 10.5! Sportsbooks favor Kelce going over 7.5 total receptions (-150) as compared to getting lesser than 7.5 (+130) in the Super Bowl.

Chris Godwin Will Not Score a Touchdown

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout Chris Godwin has played brilliantly in the postseason, gaining 223 yards to lead the team in total yards. However, he has caught only one touchdown in those three playoff matches so betting enthusiasts favor a zero touchdown score for Godwin (-100 for “No”) over a yes which generated a +140 ML.

Mahomes to Pull the Trigger Earlier than Brady

NFL betting lines expect Kansas City signal-caller Patrick Mahomes to score the first touchdown of the Super Bowl. Online betting lines and parlays place Mahomes a -135 favorite to gain the first TD of the game over Brady, who was given a +115.

Back to Back Super Bowl MVPs for Mahomes?

Super Bowl 54 Most Valuable Player Patrick Mahomes has a big chance of regaining the Finals MVP trophy. Online sportsbooks place Mahomes as an 11-10 favorite to win the individual award. Tom Brady, on the other hand, is a 5-2 favorite. Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are third and fourth with 12-1 and 16-1 odds, respectively. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin both have a 25-1 chance of winning the Finals MVP.

Hill, Kelce to Score the First Touchdown for Super Bowl LV

Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce are both favorites to score the first TD in the Super Bowl. Both have a 7-1 chance of scoring the first six point-conversion for Kansas City. On the other side, Mike Evans is a 10-1 favorite to score the first TD for Tampa Bay. Chris Godwin and Leonard Fournette are close behind at 12-1. No touchdown scored is a 500-1 longshot in the list of choices in the sportsbook.

Combined Super Bowl LV Score Between 51 and 60

Super Bowl Props Betting enthusiasts are considering a high-scoring affair between the Buccaneers and the Chiefs. Both teams scoring a combined 51-55 points and 56-60 are tabbed as 6/1 favorites. The next favored bets are 46-50 and 61-65 ranges as they each have 7-1 odds.

Only 2 FGs Scored in Super Bowl LV

The game ending with just two field goals connected is an odds-on favorite under this prop bet. It is a 3-1 favorite with four FGs close behind at 4-1. Having a one-field goal Super Bowl is 7-1 while five FGs are an 8-1 pick.

And Much Much More!

In addition to these prop lines, BetNow has tons of choices for every online sports bettor to pick. We have over 500 betting lines available for you to make the most out of your Super Bowl LV experience. Take a look at our top Super Bowl betting lists to find out more.