Brock and Shane break down their 3 favorite bets for Super Bowl LVII

Brock & Shane’s NFL Best Bets – Super Bowl LVII

Kansas City Chiefs vs Philadelphia Eagles

Best Bet: Travis Kelce Anytime TD -150

No matter what you think about this game, the most reliable thing for the Super Bowl is Mahomes to Kelce. That connection has been the best in football for years and it will not be stopped this time around. Now if you are a fan of either team, we can all come together and make money off something that is practically inevitable.


Best Bet: Chiefs +2.5 -110

This is my side play for the game. Aside from Mahomes & Kelce, the Eagles should have a slight advantage, but I don’t think it’s large enough to fade this duo when they are getting points.


Best Bet: Both teams to score a TD in each half of football -114

I’m talking Eagles and Chiefs each scoring a touchdown in both halves. This is one of those that sounds too good to be true. I highly doubt this is a defensive game and I expect both offenses to score 3-4 touchdowns each.


Best Bet: National Anthem Over 121.5 Seconds -130

This has long been one of my favorite props. In recent years we have seen the over to start going up in seconds, but I’m gonna put my trust in Chris Stapleton to take the most of his moment in the limelight and hang on some of those notes.


Best Bet: Boston Scott Anytime TD +440

I know I know, he’s not the main running back and the odds are too high, how can this be a best bet? Boston Scott has been the Eagles “touchdown meme troll” as he has scored every week for the past 3 games. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Scott has been very reliable for this nice low-risk high reward play.


Best Bet: Opening Drive Over 6.5 Plays -135

Pretty simple thinking on this one. Both teams have good coaches and great offenses. Each team has had 2 weeks to practice their opening drive script, so I’ll be comfortable with this one no matter who receives the opening kickoff.


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