Super Bowl 51 Prop Bets - Individual Predictions

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The 2017 Super Bowl takes place in Houston from NRG Stadium. New England opened up as a 3-point favorite and has remained that way with a total of 50. The New England Patriots are back for their ninth trip to the Super Bowl against Atlanta, who is making their second trip. The Patriots beat the Steelers, 36-17 in the AFC Championship game from Foxborough in their last game. Atlanta rolled over Green Bay, 44-21 from the Georgia Dome. Listed below are my predictions from Bovada in bold for the Individual Prop Bets for the Super Bowl. (my pick is in bold)

Individual Prop Bets Part I

First Touchdown Scorer

Julio Jones (ATL)                   +750

Devonta Freeman (ATL) +800

Julian Edelman (NE)              +800

LeGarrette Blount (NE)         +800

Tevin Coleman (ATL)             +1200

Chris Hogan (NE)                   +1200

Dion Lewis (NE)                     +1200

Martellus Bennett (NE)        +1200

Mohammed Sanu (ATL)      +1400

Taylor Gabriel (ATL)            +1600

James White (NE)                +1800

Malcolm Mitchell (NE)       +1800

Austin Hooper (ATL)           +2200

Danny Amendola (NE)        +2200

Tom Brady (NE)                   +2500

Matt Ryan (ATL)                   +2800

Justin Hardy (ATL)             +3300

Levine Toilolo (ATL)           +3300

Eric Weems (ATL)               +6600

Joshua Perkins (ATL)         +6600

Any other touchdown scorer +550


First Touchdown Scorer – New England Patriots

Julian Edelman                      +450

LeGarrette Blount                  +450

Chris Hogan                            +600

Dion Lewis                               +600

Martellus Bennett                   +650

James White                            +900

Malcolm Mitchell                   +900

Danny Amendola                    +1400

Tom Brady                               +1400

Any other Patriots TD Scorer  +400

No New England Touchdown +2000


Odds to Win MVP

Tom Brady (NE)                          +160

Matt Ryan (ATL)                         +275

Julio Jones (ATL)                        +750

Julian Edelman (NE)                  +1200

LeGarrette Blount (NE)              +2000

Field                                                +2000

Dion Lewis (NE)                           +2500

Devonta Freeman (ATL)             +2500

Chris Hogan (NE)                        +2500

Tevin Coleman (ATL)                 +3300

Vic Beasley (ATL)                        +3300

Mohammed Sanu (ATL)             +4000

Logan Ryan (NE)                         +5000

Martellus Bennett (NE)              +5000

Austin Hooper (ATL)                  +6600

Matt Bryant (ATL)                       +6600

Taylor Gabriel (ATL)                   +6600

Stephen Gostkowski (NE)          +6600

James White (NE)                       +6600

Malcolm Butler (NE)                  +6600

Devin McCourty (NE)                +7500

Deion Jones (ATL)                     +10000

Dwight Freeney (ATL)               +10000

Eric Weems (ATL)                      +10000

Keanu Neal (ATL)                       +10000

Danny Amendola (NE)              +10000

Dont’a Hightower (NE)             +10000

Malcolm Mitchell (NE)              +10000

Patrick Chung (NE)                    +10000

Rob Ninkovich (NE)                  +10000

Levine Toilolo (ATL)                 +15000

Chris Long (ATL)                      +15000


Quarterback Prop Bets

Will Either Brady or Ryan record 415 or more passing yards to break the Super Bowl record?

Yes       +500

No        -900

Will Matt Ryan Win Regular Season MVP and Super Bowl MVP?

Ye s    +300

No       -500

Total Passing Yards-Matt Ryan

Over 310.5    (-125)o

Under 310.5    (-105)u

Total Passing Yards-Tom Brady 

Over 305.5     (-125)o

Under 305.5  (-105)u

Total Touchdown Passes – Tom Brady

Over 2.5  (-180)o

Under 2.5 (+150)u

Total Touchdown Passes- Matt Ryan

Over 2.5 (-155)o

Under 2.5 (+125)u

Total Completions – Tom Brady

Over 25.5    (-125)o

Under 25.5 (-105)u

Total Completions – Matt Ryan

Over 25.5     (-125)o

Under 25.5  (-105)u

Total Interceptions Thrown -Tom Brady

Over 1/2     (+120)o

Under 1/2   (-150)u

Total Interceptions Thrown – Matt Ryan

Over 1/2    (-130)o

Under 1/2 (even)u


Who will have the most receiving yards in the game?

Julio Jones (ATL)               +175

Julian Edelman (NE)         +200

Chris Hogan (NE)               +600

Taylor Gabriel (ATL)          +750

Mohamed Sanu (ATL)       +1000

Devonta Freeman (ATL)   +1200

Martellus Bennett (NE)     +1400

Tevin Coleman (ATL)        +1600

Dion Lewis (NE)                 +1600

James White (NE)             +1600

Austin Hooper (ATL)        +2500


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Benjamin Hayes

Ben has been a sports writer for over 30 years, dabbling in college and pro basketball, college and pro football, baseball, college lacrosse, minor league baseball and even college gymnastics. He's also been involved in the gaming industry for over 25 years and has been looking to beat the books since he was 13!