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Super Bowl 57 Prop of the Day: Double Down on Other TE

If you ask anyone outside of Philly about the tight end situation for the Super Bowl, they will respond with comments about Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs. However, the Philadelphia Eagles have their own stud tight end in Dallas Goedert. The fourth-year player is coming off his second successful regular season and is primed for this Super Bowl 57 matchup against the Chiefs.

Let’s check the latest Super Bowl picks, stats, injury reports and Super Bowl odds. We’ve got plenty of Super Bowl lines for you to consider.

A.J. Brown #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles
A.J. Brown #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles - A.J. Brown #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles

Dallas Goedert OVER 4½ Receptions (-155) & Over 48 ½ (-115) Receiving Yards Same Game Parlay

Dallas Goedert may not get the attention he deserves, and we are counting on that to cash our Super Bowl bet on the Eagles’ tight end. The hope is that the Chiefs’ defense overlooks Goedert in this spot and allows him to do some work.

During the regular season, Goedert was the third-most utilized pass catcher for the Eagles behind A.J. Brown (1,496) and Davonta Smith (1,196). He finished with 702 yards and three touchdowns

Goedert leapfrogged Brown and Smith in their two playoff games and led the team in receptions (10) with 81 yards in two games. The yardage could be better, but Goedert is the only player with double-digit catches in the playoffs for Philly. He’s reliable too, with catches on 10 of 11 passes thrown his way.

With that in mind, my Super Bowl predictions for Goedert are that he goes over both his yards and catches props. Neither of these Super Bowl bets is particularly profitable, but when we put them into a same-game parlay, the odds jump to +208.

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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