Kadarius Toney has played a marginal role since the Giants traded him to the Chiefs, catching 14-of-17 targets for 171 yards in seven games.
The talented second-year wideout left the AFC Championship Game with an ankle and hamstring issue, but he’s good to go against the Eagles.
Let’s find the best Kadarius Toney prop bets for Super Bowl 57.
All Super Bowl odds used in these props are current as of Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 2:00 p.m. ET.
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Kadarius Toney Receiving Yards Prop
Kadarius Toney: Over 25.5 Receiving Yards (-115) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
If we remove the game against the Bengals where Toney left early, we can see that his role started increasing in the AFC divisional round.
Despite only running 12 routes, Toney was targeted seven times, hauling in five receptions for 36 yards, good for an impressive 58.3% targets per route run.
For context, Tyreek Hill led the NFL with 32.3% during the season (among players with at least 100 routes). In other words, when Toney is on the field, the Chiefs have prioritized him within the offense.
While there’s a chance that Toney will continue to see limited route participation, this trend in usage means that he should be able to eclipse this low number of 25.5 receiving yards.
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Kadarius Toney Touchdown Prop
Kadarius Toney: Anytime Touchdown (+230) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 0.5 Units
Mecole Hardman has been ruled out for the Super Bowl. We’ve seen the Chiefs utilize him in the red zone, as he scored six touchdowns in only eight games.
While Kansas City has utilized Jerick McKinnon as their short-yardage red-zone threat out of the backfield, there’s a reasonable chance that Toney gets featured in this way as well.
After all, the former Giants’ receiver is a threat to rack up yards after the catch, making him a good fit in this role.
At +230 odds, it’s certainly worth a sprinkle due to the strong value.