Dec 25, 2023; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco (10) scores a touchdown during the first half against the Las Vegas Raiders at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports
- It’s not too late to make a bet on Super Bowl 58
- We have Super Bowl game props, TD props, and a novelty prop
- Read below for the best Super Bowl prop bets to make on Sunday
Time is running out to place your bet on Super Bowl 58, featuring the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. We’re here to assist you with expert Super Bowl prop bets, taking advantage of the best odds available.
We’re offering our top game, touchdown, and novelty prop bets for Sunday’s big game. Among the best Super Bowl props is a play on the Kansas City Chiefs spread. We’ve also identified a bet with value in the Super Bowl halftime props.
Here are the best super bowl prop bets to make, including our reasoning and analysis for each pick.
Best Super Bowl Prop Bets
|Kansas City Chiefs Spread +2
|Isiah Pacheco Anytime TD
|Usher’s First Song “OMG”
All Super Bowl props as of Feb. 11 at BetMGM, Bet365, and FanDuel. Check out the best NFL betting apps for super bowl prop bets.
Back the Chiefs ATS
The current point spread for Super Bowl 58 has the San Francisco 49ers favored by 2 points over the Kansas City Chiefs across major sportsbooks. One of our best Super Bowl prop bets is for KC to cover the two points as betting underdogs.
They say they’re tired of us, but we ain’t tired yet. pic.twitter.com/0ZHyRGh7WS
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 10, 2024
Kansas City is playing in their fourth Super Bowl in five years, and we project their experience will be invaluable as the game wears on. The 49ers have some key players with Super Bowl experience, but their most important player, Brock Purdy, is a 24-year-old making his first Big Game appearance.
The 49ers’ rush defense is allowing 5.6 yards per carry this season, which is how we think KC will win this game. The Chiefs have made a concerted effort to establish the run game in the playoffs, averaging 127.3 rushing yards per game in their three playoff wins. They are built to expose SF’s defensive inefficiencies.
- Pick: Kansas City Chiefs +2 (-110)
Pacheco Will Find Paydirt
Our best Super Bowl player prop bet is for Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco to score an anytime touchdown. The current player prop odds for Isiah Pacheco to score a touchdown in Super Bowl 58 are -125 at most sportsbooks. This means you would need to bet $125 to win $100 if he scores.
Pacheco has been on an incredible touchdown-scoring run heading into the Super Bowl, finding the end zone in seven straight games for the Chiefs. He is clearly their preferred goal-line and short-yardage back, evidenced by his 72.5% rushing share inside the 10-yard line this season. Pacheco has also received a heavy workload recently, averaging over 20 carries per game over the Chiefs’ last 3 playoff contests.
The 49ers’ defense has shown vulnerability against the run during these playoffs, allowing over 100 yards to both Aaron Jones of the Packers and the trio of Lions running backs in the NFC Championship game. Their defensive front lacks the dominant force it had in previous seasons and has slipped to just 25th in rushing yards allowed per game.
- Pick: Isiah Pacheco Anytime TD (-105)
Usher’s First Song Pick
In addition to betting on who will win the game, bettors also have a wide range of novelty props available to wager on. One of our favorite Super Bowl novelty props can be found in the Super Bowl halftime props, where odds are available for Usher’s performance.
You can bet on which song Usher will perform first at his halftime show, with “Yeah!” and “OMG” as the two favorites to kick off his performance. We gave out “OMG” as a +110 longshot several weeks ago, and those odds have shortened to +325. We still feel there is value left, however.
“OMG,” featuring an upbeat tempo and catchy hook, makes it a strong candidate to kick off the show with high energy. We can’t stop envisioning the performance opening with the infamous “OMG” chant echoing through the dark chambers of Allegiant Stadium.
Brady is the lead NHL and College Football editor at Sports Betting Dime, where he specializes in betting odds and data-driven analysis. Brady has over 10 years experience working in sports media, with work published by outlets such as ESPN, CBS Sports, Yahoo! Sports and Fox Sports.