Bettors have spent numerous hours scouring the massive number of 2021 Super Bowl prop bets for Sunday's showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A number of attractive Super Bowl 55 prop bets involve big-name playmakers like Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady, Travis Kelce and Mike Evans. With hundreds of 2021 Super Bowl prop bets to choose from, what are the best values to target for Chiefs vs. Buccaneers?
When contemplating Super Bowl 55 prop bets, there are numerous NFL odds to consider. William Hill Sportsbook lists the over-under for Mahomes' rushing yards at 22.5. However, Mahomes has failed to eclipse that total in three straight games. Should you back the under, or is there better value elsewhere among the 2021 Super Bowl player props? Before locking in any NFL prop bets for Super Bowl LV, you need to see the Buccaneers vs. Chiefs prop predictions from SportsLine's proven NFL experts.
SportsLine's team of experts include R.J. White, Larry Hartsein, Kenny White, Emory Hunt, Mike Tierney and Mike McClure. White is the CBS Sports gambling and Fantasy editor and enters the 2021 Super Bowl as SportsLine's top NFL expert. He's on an 80-56 run on all NFL picks, returning over $1,500 during that span.
Hartstein is SportsLine's senior analyst and on a 22-12 run on his NFL against the spread picks, returning well over $800. Hunt, Tierney and White are all experienced sports bettors, and McClure is a professional DFS player with nearly $2 million in winnings. As SportsLine's predictive data engineer, McClure also specializes in player projections and advanced statistical analysis.
With the 2021 Super Bowl scheduled for Feb. 7, SportsLine's team of experts have evaluated the NFL player props and locked in their top 30 2021 Super Bowl prop picks. You can only see them here.
Top Super Bowl 55 prop picks for Chiefs vs. Buccaneers
McClure is backing Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill to go over 89.5 receiving yards. In Kansas City's Week 12 victory over Tampa Bay, Hill hauled in 13 receptions for 269 yards and three touchdowns. He's also finished with at least 110 receiving yards in his last two games.
"Hill hit this number in the first quarter in the November matchup between these two teams," McClure told SportsLine. "While I'm not expecting a 269-yard game, my median simulation number is 96.4 yards in this matchup. The most attractive thing about betting a Hill over is the fact that he can turn a four-yard pass into a 50-yard gain very easily."
Another 2021 Super Bowl prop bet SportsLine's experts are all over: White is backing the longest field goal to be under 46.5 yards. Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker made 92.6 percent of his field goals during the regular season, which ranked ninth in the NFL. Butker was a perfect 4-for-4 from 50+ yards during the regular season, but he missed 40 percent of his field goals from 40 to 49 yards.
Buccaneers kicker Ryan Succop, meanwhile, has not made a field goal longer than 46 yards in six straight games. In addition, Succop has attempted just two kicks from 50-plus yards all season, which means the Buccaneers will likely keep their offense on the field if they find themselves in that type of situation on Sunday.
"Pressure is on when it comes to kicking field goals," White said. "I know kickers have gotten better over the years, but they still hit less than 60 percent of their field goal tries over 40 yards in the Super Bowl."
How to make 2021 Super Bowl prop bets for Buccaneers vs. Chiefs
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Which Super Bowl LV prop bets should you target? And which prop would bring a massive 100-1 payout? Visit SportsLine now to see the top Super Bowl 55 prop bets, all from a team of Vegas insiders with decades of experience crushing the NFL.