Super Bowl prop bet recap

By Only Players Staff

Updated 2/12/24 12:02am ET

With hundreds and hundreds of proposition bets graded throughout the Super Bowl, virtually each play impacted a bettor’s bottom line. That’s the nature of the beast when it comes to America’s biggest sporting – and betting – event.

The first significant hit was the game’s first points. San Francisco rookie kicker Jake Moody booted a 55-yard field goal. While that cashed a few tickets for first score, it also graded a +450 winner for whether we would see the longest field goal in Super Bowl history. Low and behold, Kansas City’s Harrison Butker later topped that with a 57-yarder. The only prop that changed there was which team would have the longest FG.

Christian McCaffrey scored the game’s first touchdown at +400 odds. On the same play, over 2.5 players to throw a pass also cashed, as Jauan Jennings did so on a trick play.

The yes/no prop of overtime did cash the +900 on YES.

Mahomes finished with 333 passing yards and cashing the over on his prop. Purdy finished with 255 and finished under his total.

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