Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders is likely to be an important piece of the offensive puzzle for his team in this year’s Super Bowl, so it’s no surprise that sportsbooks have prop bets based on how he’ll perform against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Below, we’ll look at the odds and the available options for bets on Sanders as Super Bowl 57 draws nearer.
Miles Sanders Super Bowl player props
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How to bet on Miles Sanders player props
For almost every relevant player on both Super Bowl teams — but especially for key offensive players — there are multiple prop bets. For running backs like Sanders, there are multiple ways to bet on whether they’ll hit certain marks in the big game. Let’s take a look at some of the major categories.
Sanders rushing yards
Sanders averaged 74.6 rushing yards per game during the regular season and 66 yards per game for two playoff games this year. An important factor will be how many times the Eagles feed him the ball in the backfield. When he gets more than 15 carries in a game, it’s relatively rare for the opposition to hold him to fewer than 60 yards.
Sanders anytime touchdown scorer
Sanders ran for two touchdowns in the NFC championship game but prior to that had gone five straight games without one. The Chiefs were better against the run than the pass during the regular season, but the Eagles’ offense presents a lot of options in the red zone.
Sanders longest rush
Sanders isn’t exactly known for being the kind of running back who breaks off huge chunks at a time. So far in this postseason, his longest run was for 18 yards. In the regular season, he had eight games with at least one rush of 14 yards or more.
Sanders receiving yards
Typically, Sanders isn’t a huge part of the Eagles’ passing game. The Eagles have thrown to him once in two playoff games, with a total of three yards to show for it. Sanders is often more of a last resort check down, but on those occasions when he had more than one pass during the regular season, he never ended up with fewer than 6 receiving yards.
Sanders rushing attempts
Sanders is averaging 14 carries per game in the playoffs this year and 15.2 carries per game in the regular season. The Eagles do have multiple options for running the ball, though, including their quarterback.
Sanders to score the first touchdown
In the NFC championship game, it was Sanders who broke free for the game’s first touchdown.
Sanders to score a first-half touchdown
Sanders has been most dangerous when he can get going early.
All player props
All Super Bowl 57 player props
The player props table below shows prop bets for relevant players in this year’s Super Bowl. Use the middle tab to select a category — rushing yards, passing touchdowns, etc. — and then click on a bet you like to be directed to the sportsbook where you can place it.
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