Best Super Bowl Betting Props For MVS & Justin Watson
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The Kansas City Chiefs enter Super Bowl 58 with questions at wide receiver. Nothing new, right? Like last season, it has been the ancillary pass catchers that have provided sparks at the right moment during runs to the big game.
That has been what has kept the Chiefs afloat and deflated at times heading into this year’s Super Bowl.
Because of these inconsistencies, the betting markets for Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Justin Watson, and the rest of K.C.’s wideouts low or completely off the board.
There is still money to be made with what’s available, and The Game Day is here to help.
Best Super Bowl Prop Bets for Chiefs WRs
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Prop Bets
Alt Line: Longest Reception Over 20 Yards ()
An MVS alt line? Let alone as the first prop in this article? Yep.
Don’t hate the player, especially with Valdes-Scantling’s bright spots playing with Patrick Mahomes.
In six playoff games with the Chiefs, MVS has hit this number three times (29, 32, 32) and did so twice this postseason against top pass defenses.
The 49ers allowed 44 completions of 20-plus yards in the regular season, which was bottom-half of the league. In the postseason, five wideouts have logged a reception of at least 20 yards.
This is an alt line bet, so if this isn’t for you, the next wager should.
Longest Reception Over 13.5 Yards ()
This is also (-115) at .
Valdes-Scantling has topped this number in 10 of 20 games this season and finished with a 15 yards per catch average for the season. It is realistic that MVS could have one catch and cover this and the alt line prop above.
MVS: Anytime TD Scorer ()
This is also available at (+600) at , BetMGM, and ESPN BET.
This is a wager that should not be bet as a full unit (i.e. your preferred betting amount). Stick to 0.25-0.5 units.
MVS has one more TD this season than you and I, but what makes this tantalizing is his increased snap count in each playoff game, and the continued reduction of Watson’s playing time.
Watson’s Anytime TD number is around (+475), which is a poor value considering he played 30% fewer snaps than MVS (44%-83%) as recently as the AFC Championship game.
Best Justin Watson Prop Bet
2+ Receptions ()
Watson has only had 2 receptions twice since his Week 10 outburst of 5, but one of them came against Miami in the Super Wild Card round when catching the ball was difficult.
Despite seeing his playing time dwindle and his target share shrink, Watson is still the WR3 for the Chiefs with Kadarius Toney and Mecole Hardman battling for the worst WR role on the team.
If Watson wasn’t a trusted option for Mahomes, he wouldn’t play. The future Hall-of-Famer is judicious with his Watson targets, so it wouldn’t surprise me if he gets three or four targets for chunk plays, and then disappears into the night.
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