If you’re looking for Super Bowl 57 parlays, you’ve come to the right place. Below we’ve constructed a couple of same-game parlays for your consideration.
The Super Bowl is the biggest sports betting event on the NFL’s annual calendar, and this year’s showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs is shaping up to be one of the toughest to predict.
Bookmakers went to press with a coy NFL betting market, with Philadelphia favored over Kansas City, ever so slightly, and that stance has held firm in the leadup to the game.
The Eagles are tipped as the 1½-point favorites, with the game total set to 51 points as we look at the latest NFL odds powered by BetUS.
The Eagles are also tipped at -130 (bet $130 to win $100) on the moneyline while the Chiefs are priced as the +110 (bet $110 to win $100) underdogs.
Of course, this is just a snapshot of one Super Bowl LVII market. There are plenty more for bettors to sink their teeth into, including alternative lines, props, player props and more.
We’ve scoured all these in order to construct a same-game parlay for your consideration.
So, without further ado, here’s how we line up below.
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Super Bowl 57 Same-Game Parlay
- First Leg: Chiefs +110
- Second Leg: Over 24½ (-135) Over 51 (-110)
- Third Leg:
Same-Game Parlay Odds Calculated: +336
First Leg: Chiefs on the alternative line +3½ (-168)
Kansas City was the favorite to win Super Bowl 57 for the better part of the season and postseason, but all of a sudden they’re not anymore. Hmmm….
If we try to pinpoint the moment the tide turned against them, it came immediately after the Divisional Round. When it emerged that Mahomes had sprained his right ankle in Kansas City’s 27-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. That was the first time the Eagles nudged ahead of the Chiefs on the Super Bowl 57 odds board, and from that moment onwards, they remained as the favorites to win SBLVII.
Whether this market outlook holds true or is turned on its head before the kickoff, we’re lining up with the Chiefs for the first part of this parlay.
Taking the Chiefs at +110 on the moneyline in this first leg is an option, of course. But the alternative point spread with the Chiefs at +3½ provides us a way to hedge our bets. Moreover, it gives us added wiggle room,by taking us through the key number of 3 against an Eagles team that nobody would be surprised if the Chiefs actually beat outright.
Let’s not forget, the Chiefs are the AFC standard and reach their third Super Bowl in the last four years. Barring a major injury to key players or some sort of inexplicable regression by the Chiefs as a whole, it’s hard to see them getting blown out here.
Fun fact: the Chiefs are 17-1-0 SU in their last 18 non-conference games.
Patrick Mahomes that is the tweet!🔥 pic.twitter.com/AOtU0gaqXn
— Brad Henson Productions (@BradHensonPro) February 11, 2023
Second Leg: Chiefs Team Total Over 24½ (-135)
The speculation about the status of Mahomes and his sprained ankle is likely fueling betting against them. But didn’t the recently minted 2022 MVP winner lead the Chiefs to the 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals to rubber stamp his side’s ticket to Super Bowl 57. Didn’t he single-handedly deliver the victory when he scrambled for a first down – and absorbed a late hit – to set up the 45-yard game-winning field goal with three seconds left?
The Chiefs were the No. 1 passing and scoring team in the league averaging 28.7 points per game. That’s down to the elite quarterbacking of Mahomes, who led the league in passing (5,250) and touchdowns (41).
It’s also worth noting that the Chiefs averaged a whopping 32,8 ppg on the road. In their last three games, they averaged 27 ppg.
Betting the Chiefs team total doesn’t bear overthinking. Surely, the over is the smart bet here.
What a moment for Travis Kelce
and his dad after the win. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/nzhhGr5s2d
— 2nd String (@2ndStringShow) January 30, 2023
Third Leg: Travis Kelce Anytime Touchdown Scorer -175
Speaking of not sweating things, this prop fits the bill perfectly. Travis Kelce is Mahomes’ favorite target, and the player he likely trusts the most in big-game situations and on clutch plays. Thus, backing the charismatic tight end to connect with Mahomes in order to score an anytime touchdown has to be a no-brainer.
Kelce is enjoying his best season in recent years, stepping into the void left by the departure of Tyreek Hill and leading the Chiefs’ offense. The tight end finished second overall in receiving touchdowns (12) in the regular season. He also has three touchdowns through two playoff games.
Parlay: Kansas City Chiefs +3½ (-168), Chiefs Over 24½ (-135) and Travis Kelce ATD -175 at parlay odds of +336
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.