Our 5-Leg Fliff Same Game Parlay for Super Bowl 57

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Fliff Super Bowl 57 Same Game Parlay

Kansas City Chiefs (+105) vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The line has been trending more and more toward even money for one simple reason: Bettors are flooding to the Chiefs.

There are likely two reasons for that, and they both have to do with Patrick Mahomes:

  • One, Mahomes’ ankle injury from the divisional round likely gave the Chiefs steeper odds at first than they would have otherwise gotten, so gamblers jumped on that.
  • Two, Mahomes looked just fine in the AFC Championship game on that bum ankle. In other words: 80% of Mahomes is better than 100% of most other quarterbacks.

We’re going to join the flock of sports gamblers rallying behind the underdog Chiefs.

Patrick Mahomes Over 1.5 Pass TDs (-230)

Along those same lines, we like Mahomes to toss at least two scores in the Super Bowl.

At this point, it almost feels inevitable that he’ll connect with Travis Kelce for one (more on that later). So we’ll bank on him finding a way to spot another target in the end zone (or maybe Kelce twice) at some point during the rest of the game.

This also makes us feel better: Mahomes has two or more touchdown passes in six of the past seven games — including when he injured his ankle in the divisional round against Jacksonville.

Travis Kelce Over 0.5 Receiving TDs (-105)

Like we said: This feels pretty written in stone, with how much Mahomes has targeted Kelce in the red zone in the playoffs.

Yes, Philadelphia is going to blanket Kelce. But tell us this: When Kansas City is on the 5-yard line and Mahomes is lined up in the shotgun, who do you think he’s targeting?

Isiah Pacheco Over 48.5 Rushing Yards (-120)

The consensus going into Super Bowl 57 is, for Kansas City to come out on top, it needs to at least attempt to run the ball and have a somewhat balanced offensive attack.

We’ll bank on Pacheco getting 12-15 carries. To reach 49 rushing yards, he’d need to average anywhere from 3.3-4.1 yards per carry. On the season, the Eagles allowed opposing rushers to gain 4.6 yards per carry.

Give us this nice little -120 leg to add to our SGP, please.

READ MORE: Fiff Releases 47 Prop Bets for Super Bowl 57

Miles Sanders Over 60.5 Rushing Yards (-120)

We don’t hate the Eagles — we promise. We just like the odds for Chiefs bets more in this SGP.

But this pick feels like a no-brainer to add for our fifth and final leg.

Philadelphia has run out a balanced offense all season, so don’t expect that to suddenly change in the Super Bowl. Sanders has rushed for 61 yards or more 11 times this year — including seven times in games decided by 12 points or fewer.

Kansas City’s rush defense is actually pretty decent this year, but we trust Sanders to get 61 yards.

5-Leg Super Bowl SGP Odds: +1185

This SGP comes with +1185 odds. That means a winning bet of $1 Fliff Cash would get a $12.85 Fliff Cash payout. A winning bet of $10 Fliff Cash would get a $128.50 Fliff Cash payout, and so on.

About the Author
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Matthew Bain

Matthew Bain started as News Editor and Content Manager at California Casinos in 2022. Before that, he spent six years as a sports reporter and then deputy sports editor for the Des Moines Register, during which time he won nine statewide journalism awards, including the Genevieve Mauck Stoufer Outstanding Young Iowa Journalists Award. As deputy sports editor, Matthew oversaw the Register’s recruiting coverage while also innovating the outlet’s high school sports coverage. Matthew graduated from San Diego State and grew up in California, but he’s somehow a Boston Celtics fan. Long story.