Super Bowl Prop Bets: Big Odds Same-Game Parlays for Eagles and Chiefs

With one game left in the NFL season (and a pretty big one), this is the last chance for sports bettors to cash in on that whopping same-game parlay ticket.

This game is too close to call, so we’ve crafted correlated SGP considerations for the Kansas City Chiefs AND the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Super Bowl prop bets: Correlated same-game parlays for the Chiefs vs. Eagles

To quote Kevin McCallister from Home Alone – This is it. Don’t get scared now.

It’s your last chance to nail a same-game parlay, so it’s time to go big or go home. We’ve got you covered whether you’re backing the Chiefs or the Eagles.

Here are two correlated SGPs with some hefty payouts to consider for Super Bowl bets this Sunday.

Philadelphia Eagles SGP (+685)

Leg 1: Eagles -1.5

With such a small point spread, we’re riding with it over the moneyline. Only one Super Bowl in history has been decided by one point, so we’ll take our chances that this won’t be the second.

Leg 2: Miles Sanders Over 61.5 Rushing Yards

Like most NFL games, this one will be decided in the trenches. Philly has an elite offensive line that should bully the Chiefs’ defensive front all afternoon.

The Eagles have steamrolled teams this year with their run game, and they’re not going to reinvent the wheel in this one. With Jalen Hurts still ailing with a shoulder injury, Miles Sanders should see plenty of touches.

Sanders was held in check by the 49ers (like all RBs are), but the week prior, he galloped for 90 yards at a 5.3 clip against the Giants.

Leg 3: Miles Sanders Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Sanders only rushed for 42 yards against San Francisco two weeks ago but still found the end zone twice. When the Eagles get in tight, it’s a safe bet that it’s going to be either Hurts or Sanders that gets the call.

Leg 4: Jalen Hurts Over 49.5 Rushing Yards

Jalen Hurts has been a problem for opposing teams all season long. He’s a rare talent that is equally adept at running and throwing, creating a nightmare matchup for rivals.

Hurts averaged 50.7 yards on the ground this season with 13 rushing touchdowns in 15 games. We expect the QB to lean on his legs more than usual in this one as he continues to deal with shoulder issues.

Kansas City Chiefs SGP (+1036)

Leg 1: Patrick Mahomes Over 294.5 Passing Yards

Yes, the Philadelphia Eagles have the number-one pass D in the league. But if the Chiefs are going to win this game, it’s going to be Patrick Mahomes’ golden arm that gets it done.

The newly crowned MVP led the league in passing yards this season, averaging over 308 yards per game. Mahomes went over 294.5 in 10 of his last 13 games, including vs. the Bengals two weeks ago.

Leg 2: Travis Kelce Over 79.5 Receiving Yards

There’s no getting around it; Travis Kelce is a playoff monster.

The league’s best tight end has racked up 176 yards and three touchdowns so far this postseason and will continue to be a target hound this Sunday.

In 15 career playoff games, Kelce has 127 receptions and an average of 86.3 yards per game.

Leg 3: Travis Kelce First Half Touchdown

Travis Kelce loves to score, and he loves to score in the first half. All three of the big man’s TDs have come in the first two quarters this postseason.

Mahomes should once again be looking to his favorite target early and often. Kelce has 13 playoff touchdowns in his last 11 games.

Leg 4: Jerick McKinnon Over 22.5 Receiving Yards

This has the feeling of a Jerick McKinnon game. The shifty running back’s pass-catching ability was on full display during the second half of the season.

In an 11-game stretch, he tallied at least 26 passing yards nine times, scoring nine touchdowns along the way.

Mahomes has a gimpy ankle and is going to be under attack by Philly’s front all afternoon. He’s going to have to rely on the speedy back for a few dump-offs and screens to alleviate the pressure.