Fun props to play on Super Bowl Sunday

Oh, how the media has changed!

Long gone are the days of bringing in Super Bowl betting packages for radio hits. Each media is ready to rock and is intimately familiar with the props. I think it makes sense, given that over 30 states have legalized betting, and this Sunday, for the first time, fans will be able to legally bet from their seats.

Surprisingly, explaining why a bag prop at +140 has value and the same bid at +110 does not is far from convincing. However, do you know who moves the needle? The Kelsey Brothers did, and each store took the creativity of the bookmakers to incorporate them and other fun storylines into the Super Bowl mix.

Here’s a quick look at a few custom bets that have been created specifically for this weekend.

Travis Kelsey receiving yards (-6.5) vs. Jason Kelsey: With props like this, it all starts with estimating the floor and ceiling of each side of the equation. Barring injuries, Jason’s minimum is around 60 snaps, but his ceiling is around 78. Travis, on the other hand, can be anywhere between 40-110 receiving yards. So, let’s go to Travis’ side. In short, there are seemingly more ways to win.

LeBron James points + assists + rebounds vs. Jalen Hurts in yards: Painfully wounded, simple and clear. Thus, I would rather support the guy who was a statistical machine. Hurts last ran over 40 yards before the injury. Meanwhile, LeBron has registered at least 40 PARs in eight consecutive games.

Birdies on 16th hole of WM Phoenix Open fourth round (-1.5) vs. first quarter Super Bowl points: At some point you have to trust your intuition. I like Super Bowl bottoms, but I also think nerves come into play early on. Ten points scored in the first quarter seems to be the maximum, but seven or even zero is not out of the question. So let’s dive into the chaos at TPC Scottsdale and have some fun.


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