Harrison Butker kicked the Kansas City Chiefs into Super Bowl 57, converting a 45-yard field goal in the final seconds to give his team a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game.
Will he have an opportunity for more heroics against the Eagles?
Let’s discuss as we pick out our favorite Harrison Butker props for the Super Bowl.
All Super Bowl odds used in these props are current as of Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 11:30 a.m. ET.
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Harrison Butker Kicking Points Prop
Harrison Butker: Over 7.5 Points (-120) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
Butker has cleared this number in each of Kansas City’s playoff games thus far, netting nine points in the divisional-round victory over Jacksonville and 11 points against Cincinnati.
In what projects to be a high-scoring Super Bowl, the Chiefs are expected to score around 24 points. If that’s the case, it’s likely Butker ends up with six points.
However, I think there is certainly an avenue for the Chiefs to get to 27 or more, even with a slightly hampered Patrick Mahomes taking on a talented Eagles defense.
Philadelphia should be able to muster a red-zone stop or two, which will force Butker into a couple of field-goal attempts. As long as he converts, which isn’t always a given (especially from 50-plus), he should hit the Over.
In the end, I think Mahomes and the offense give him enough chances to score eight or more points.
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Harrison Butker Field Goals Prop
Harrison Butker: -0.5 Field Goals vs Jake Elliott (+140) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 0.5 Units
Want to make things interesting? Give this head-to-head prop a sprinkle.
Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has proven to be more aggressive than Andy Reid and is more likely to keep his offense on the field in 50-50 situations, as he did for the early 4th-and-3 play against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game, which resulted in the controversial DeVonta Smith catch.
With Philadelphia’s defense also posing more of a threat to opponents in the red zone, I’m expecting the Chiefs to attempt more field goals than the Eagles.
If that proves to be the case and both kickers convert each of their attempts, taking the Butker side of this H2H prop gives me additional value (and risk if they were to tie) with plus-money odds.