When the Super Bowl comes around the first thing I do is grab as many prop bets as I can. I even make prop bet sheets with 20+ props listed and have everyone at my Super Bowl party fill them out and we crown our own Super Bowl prop bet champion.
Now, instead of just taking them individually, let’s parlay them together.
If you think the Eagles are going to win, then your props will all be based on that, so these are my Eagles same game parlay picks for Super Bowl 57.
I used the FanDuel Sportsbook to construct this Same Game Parlay that pays out +571, that means a $25 bet pays out $142.97.
Best same game parlay pick for Super Bowl 57
- Over 45.5 (alternate line) (-230)
- Jerick McKinnon Under 20.5 rushing yards (-114)
- 2nd quarter spread Eagles -1.5 (+120)
- AJ Brown 50+ receiving yards (-400)
Over 45.5 (alternate line) (-230)
The Eagles have one of the best defenses in the NFL, but even with a dominant pass-rush and lockdown corners, they’ve gotten into some shootouts against top quarterbacks.
Aaron Rodgers scored 33 points on this defense and Dak Prescott hung 40. They haven’t faced anyone like Patrick Mahomes, so they might have to win a high-scoring Super Bowl.
Jerrick McKinnon Under 20.5 rushing yards (-114)
The run-defense is the weakness for the Eagles, and they added Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh to try to shore that up.
It’s worked pretty well, but they haven’t really been tested on the ground. The Chiefs won’t even bother trying to run into this front.
Jerick McKinnon has been stuck on the bench with Isiah Pacheco’s emergence. He only saw four carries for just one yard in the AFC Championship. This is an easy under.
2nd quarter spread Eagles -1.5 (+120)
The Eagles are the best second half quarter offense in the NFL. They’ve been blowing teams out in the first half of games and I think they’ll try to throw a knockout punch before halftime.
Patrick Mahomes is never out of a game, so it’ll get close in the second half, but I like the Eagles in the 2nd quarter.
AJ Brown 50+ receiving yards (-400)
I’ve been backing AJ Brown throughout the playoffs, and that’s been a bad bet. He’s been quiet, but they haven’t needed to lean on their No. 1 receiver.
They’ve been winning blowouts and running the ball, but nobody blows out the Chiefs. Brown will get more than enough targets to get over 50 receiving yards.
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