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Pound these props to add extra bang to your Super Bowl LII bets


If you bet the …

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The Super Bowl is a game so big it cannot be contained to just a side and total, which is why oddsmakers at the best sports betting sites have really outdone themselves this year with easily over 1,000 ways to wager on the Big Game.

So, if you already have your spread and Over/Under bets figured out, why not follow those predictions and pop these correlated prop bets for some extra cash this Super Sunday.

If you bet the Patriots to cover…
You should also toss some money down on the “Will the Patriots score a touchdown in the third quarter”, more specifically the “Yes” option on this prop which is set at -130. As we’ve seen in Super Bowls past, New England is a bit of a late bloomer. And on top of that, head coach Bill Belichick is a master when it comes to making halftime adjustments.

Football bettors will lose count if they try to recall all the third-quarterback pushes from the Patriots, that eventually sparked the team to victory. New England averages 5.7 points per third quarter but that less-than-seven average shouldn’t scare off bettors from what really is a value play at -130 – especially if you’re riding the Patriots to cover the spread Sunday.

If you bet the Eagles to cover…
Look at betting the Under total penalties 11.5 at -140. Philadelphia hasn’t been the most disciplined team this season, boasting the fifth most infractions. But if the Eagles are going to stun the Patriots, they will need to limit those errors and not give Brady & Co. any extra yardage. New England’s biggest strength is capitalizing on opponents’ mistakes, and Philadelphia will need to keep the flags in check for a shot at winning the Super Bowl – or even covering – Sunday.

The Patriots, on the other hand, are one of the most disciplined teams in the NFL and were whistled for penalties just 100 times all year – eighth fewest in the league - so you know they’ll do their best not to spot Philadelphia any bonus gains.

If you bet the Over…
Take the Over 5.5 touchdowns at EVEN money. This one is basic math. If you take the 48-point total and divide it by seven, you get just over six touchdowns. Now, that said, there are bound to be some field goals thrown in the mix as well. But in order for your Over bet to pay out, you’re likely going to need at least five touchdowns from the Eagles and Patriots and with the Over 5.5 TDs paying out at 1/1, this is solid value play.

New England averages 3.2 touchdowns per game this season with the Eagles topping the league at 3.3 TDs per outing. Philadelphia hung six touchdowns on the Vikings’ vaunted defense and Nick Foles appears to be finding his rhythm within the offense. And let’s not forget Brady, who had a tough first half against the Jaguars in the AFC title game, but scorched the Titans for three passing strikes in the Divisional Round.

If you bet the Under…
Roll the dice on total pass attempts by Nick Foles, playing the Under 33 at -120. Philadelphia’s best chance to winning this game is to control the pace and eat up as much clock as possible. That means plenty of running plays from Philly’s three-headed monster in the backfield: Jay Ajayi, LeGarratte Blount, and Corey Clement.

Foles attempted just 30 passes in the victory over Atlanta in the Divisional Round, and leaned heavy on the run game which carried the ball 32 times for 96 yards and dominated time of possession for more than 32 minutes. If you took the Under 48 points for the game, the less Foles the better for your bet.

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