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Top 10 Super Bowl 52 Props

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If you’re fired up about the quickly approaching Super Bowl 52 showdown between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles and you love the almost infinite props bets that are now a part of the annual NFL title tilt, then you’re in luck!

While 5Dimes has HUNDREDS of Super Bowl 52 betting props, here top 10 props that will make Super Bowl 52 the most exciting ever!

Top Ten Super Bowl 52 Prop Bets

  • Either team 3 straight scores -175
    No team 3 straight scores +155

    This is the BLEEPing Super Bowl. It’s highly unlikely that either teams scores three unanswered times!
  • A two point conversion made +245
    No 2 point conversion made or attempted -290

    All cards on the table, I am betting that there YES to if a 2-point conversion will be made. The ever shrinking 4-point spread points to a close game.
  • Safety scored in game +775
    No safety scored in game -1200

    These bets are always fun to hit on a broken play by either team. The Patriots are too experienced to allow a safety and outside of Brady, anyone who does will be cut by Emperor Belichick. The Eagles are young and inexperienced and if the yips get to them early a safety is all but likely.
  • Offense scores all TD’s -220
    TD not scored by offense +180

    The Eagles scored a total of 6 defensive and special teams TDs all season while allowing 2 against. The Pats scored 1 special teams TD all season. Zero defensive. They allowed a combined 3 against all season.
  • NE pass completions
    Over 26½ -115
    Under 26½ -105

    Tom Brady completed 35 of 53 passes against Tennessee in the divisional round, but I think his 26-for-38 effort against Jacksonville is far closer to what we’ll see in Super Bowl 52. I favor the Over simply because I don’t expect the Pats to have much success rushing the ball. Besides, Brady averages 29.6 completions in Super Bowls compared to 24.1 completions per game during the past regular season.
  • N. Foles passing yards
    Over 247½ -110
    Under 247½ -110

    Foles passed for 246 yards against Atlanta in the divisional round and a stunning 352 yards against Minnesota’s top-ranked defense in the NFC Championship. Can Foles reach 248 passing yards in the Super Bowl 52? The trends point to a yes because the Pats ranked an uninspiring 30th against the pass this season (251.2 ypg).
  • T. Brady passing yards
    Over 294½ -110
    Under 294½ -110

    Jacksonville held Brady to 290 passing yards in the AFC Championship. Simply put, if Philly’s defense plays anywhere near what they’ve shown the last four weeks, Brady will not pass for 295 yards in Super Bowl 52.
  • J. Ajayi rushing yards
    Over 60½ -110
    Under 60½ -110

    Ajayi rushed for 54 yards in the divisional round and 73 against the Vikings in the NFC title tilt. He tops this doable figure against a Pats defense that finished 20th against the run this season (114.8 ypg).
  • R. Gronkowski pass receptions
    Over 5 -130
    Under 5 +110

    Gronk caught six passes against the Titans in the divisional round, but just one in the AFC Championship after suffering a concussion. Gronkowski averaged 4.9 receptions per game this season and has a career postseason average of an identical 4.9 catches per game so, I’m going to say play the Under.
  • Winning team visits the White House -300
    Winning team does not visit White House +220

    Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and owner Bob Kraft have all but openly supported the President and they went last year after winning Super Bowl 51. Eagles players have been more vocal about social issues and Chris Long has already publicly stated he would NOT visit the White House. That was after he donated his whole 2017 season salary to different charities.