Super Bowl Player Props | 2023 NFL Championship Prop Bets & Odds

Posted: Feb 11, 2022Last updated: Oct 6, 2022

The Super Bowl is finally here.

This game has a lot to live up to after what might’ve been the best NFL playoffs any of us have ever seen, so let’s hope the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals have something left up their sleeve for us.

With two stellar offenses set to go toe-to-toe, there should be plenty of offensive fireworks for us to find value in. So let’s dig in and find some of the best player prop bets to make for the Super Bowl.

All NFL gameday odds for NFL Super Bowl player prop bets are current as of 1 p.m. ET on Friday, February 4.

Rams vs Bengals Player Props

Joe Burrow OVER 274.5 Passing Yards (-115) at Caesars

Wager: 1 Unit

Joe Burrow had a bit of an underwhelming passing week in the Bengals AFC Championship win, but he’s got a few things going for him this week.

To start, the Rams pass defense can be thrown upon. They allowed the sixth-most passing yards per game to quarterbacks during the regular season.

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Burrow is also a really good quarterback and will need to be the engine that drives the Bengals if they have any shot at winning this week.

He’s surpassed this total in three of his last five games, and will need to take to the air quite a bit to keep up with the Rams’ high-powered offense.

Cooper Kupp OVER 0.5 Rushing Yards (+250) at Caesars

Wager: 0.5 Unit

Cooper Kupp isn’t exactly Deebo Samuel in terms of running the ball, but he’s worth taking a flier on this week.

He’s had a carry in four of the Rams’ last seven games, which means there’s at least a decent chance they give him a trick play or two against the Bengals. It’s the Super Bowl after all, right?

At these odds, this is worth a half-unit play.

Cam Akers UNDER 63.5 Rushing Yards (-110) at Caesars

Wager: 1 Unit

The Cam Akers recovery story is amazing. It’s inspiring. It’s uplifting. But he also hasn’t been entirely productive yet, either.

Akers has played four games since returning from his Achilles injury, and he’s yet to top 55 yards in any of those games. Does he have a chance to do it this weekend? Sure. But the Bengals have a top-10 run defense, and Sony Michel will likely cut into Akers’ carries, too.

I’m taking the Under here.

Cam Akers, RB, Los Angeles Rams

The Cam Akers comeback story is impressive, but bettors would be wise to hold off on betting the Over on his rushing props for the time being. (Image: USA TODAY Sports)

Joe Mixon OVER 63.5 Rushing Yards (-110) at Caesars

Wager: 0.5 Unit

This isn’t an absurdly high total, but it’s also one Joe Mixon has only hit twice in his last five games. That said, one of those games was his last outing against the Chiefs as the Bengals were attempting to keep Kansas City’s high-powered offense off the field by using up clock.

I’m going to drop to a half-unit here, but I think the Bengals will give Mixon at least 15 carries as they attempt to keep Matthew Stafford and the Rams offense off the field. If that scenario plays out, we really only need Mixon to average four yards a carry here.

Samaje Perine OVER 15.5 Total Rushing Receiving Yards (-105) at Caesars

Wager: 0.5 Unit

Is Samaje Perine a pass-catching back? Not really, but no one has told the Bengals that. They’ve used Perine as a pass-catcher this season and usually give him 2-3 targets per game out of the backfield.

That doesn’t exactly guarantee we’ll hit this prop, but 16 (or more) yards is basically one or two screen passes. While Joe Mixon will get his share of looks out of the backfield, I’m more than happy to put a half-unit on Perine here.

Top Super Bowl Player Props

Odell Beckham Jr. OVER 63.5 Receiving Yards (-105) at Caesars

Wager: 2 Units

Since he signed with the Rams, Odell Beckham Jr. has become more and more integral to their offense. In his last two playoff games, OBJ has seen 19 targets that have resulted in 15 receptions and 182 receiving yards.

With the Bengals likely selling out to stop Kupp, Beckham will get plenty of targets and should be able to turn those opportunities into enough yardage to top this relatively low total.

Ja’Marr Chase OVER 79.5 Receiving Yards (-115) at Caesars

Wager: 2 Units

Ja’Marr Chase let me down a bit last week, but that’s not going to dissuade me from going back to him this week. He still saw nine targets, after all.

Chase has gone over 100 yards in four of his last six games and has seen double-digit targets in three of those games. Needless to say, he’s going to get plenty of looks against the Rams.

Furthermore, the Rams allowed the fourth-most receiving yards to wide receivers during the regular season, so this matchup is one Chase should be able to exploit.

Nick’s 2021-22 NFL Playoffs Props Betting Record: 13-14, +0 Units


Nick Roberts

Nick is an analyst at The Game Day who writes about the NFL and NBA from a betting perspective. He previously contributed to RotoWorld, Rotowire, and The New York Times. Nick resides in New Jersey.

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