Super Bowl 57 Same Game Parlay Bets

A long and gruelling regular season, followed by a thrilling post-season, all comes to a close Sunday evening live from Glendale, Arizona, for Super Bowl LVII as the Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chiefs enter Sunday evening well-versed in big games, as the Patrick Mahomes era in Kansas City has paid immediate dividends.  The former Texas Tech product has been battling a nagging high-ankle sprain, and though early reports indicate he is feeling much better, how that ankle holds up will play a key role in determining Sunday’s victor.

For the Eagles, certainly nobody expected Jalen Hurts and Nick Sirianni to put together a season quite like this.  From the outset, they’ve routinely dominated all opposition as the got it done with excellent offensive and defensive line play, in addition to a solid run game. 

Philadelphia has been exceptional all season long while playing in front of their opponents, and that could be a necessary key when it comes to effectively handicapping this game.

And handicapping this epic clash is exactly what we’ll do in this article. I’ll be sharing my best Super Bowl parlay bets for Sunday’s Eagles vs Chiefs matchup, discussing parlay strategies and relevant odds, while using Bovada’s Bet Builder for this Super Bowl parlay card

And of course, to help you along, I’ll be ranking these in order of most-confident, to least-confident. Let’s dive into the Super Bowl action and prepare for what promises to be a thrilling encounter!

Super Bowl Parlay Bets List

  • Philadelphia Eagles Moneyline (-125)
  • Under 51 Total Points (-110)
  • Patrick Mahomes Longest Rush U11.5 Yards (-145)
  • U5.5 Total Sacks (+100)
  • Miles Sanders (Eagles) O63.5 Rushing Yards (-120)
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Philadelphia Eagles Moneyline (-125)

While the Chiefs certainly enter with the playoff pedigree and the all-time great that is QB Patrick Mahomes, there remains a ton of uncertainties about his nagging high-ankle sprain.

We saw, during the AFC Conference Championship game, that when forced to roll out and pass on the run, there were noticeable grimaces from Mahomes.  And as great as Mahomes can be, limiting him to a pocket-passer is certainly something a stout Philly defense can do.

The Chiefs are banged-up within the wide-receiving corps as they will be without Mecole Hardman and very likely Kadarius Toney as well.  The Chiefs lack the big-play threats of the Eagles and expect the Philadelphia linebackers and secondary to really hone in on stifling Travis Kelce.

Philadelphia keeps their front seven fresh with regular rotations, and should wear down and generate a constant stream of pressure on Mahomes.  Without his usual speed and elusive ability, this could mean some turnovers and hurried situations for the Chiefs’ play-caller.  All of this should lead to an uncomfortable outing for the Chiefs’ offense.

Philadelphia Eagles Moneyline

On the other side of the ball, Jalen Hurts won’t need to be spectacular.  He’s shown all season long that he can play mistake-free football this season.

If Hurts can mix in steady rushing gains, along with forcing downfield throws, the Eagles have a real shot at winning their first Super Bowl since their thrilling 2018 victory over the New England Patriots.

Beyond the quarterback position, Miles Sanders has enjoyed a renaissance campaign under Nick Sirianni’s power rushing offense.  Philly is 14-0 on the season when they rush for more than 100 yards and the Chiefs have been particularly porous with their rushing yards allowed in recent weeks.

Of these Super Bowl parlay bets, the Eagles moneyline is my favorite one. This team is stacked from top to bottom and has advantages over the Chiefs in just about every positional matchup.

Under 51 Total Points (-110)

There’s somewhat of a correlation between an Eagles victory and backing the under 51 total points in Sunday’s game. 

For Philadelphia to be successful, it’s going to mean the formula that we’ve seen from them over the past few victories. And, for our Super Bowl same game parlay card, we’re banking on this correlation along with Philly’s formula for success.

The Eagles are at their best when playing in front as they can effectively implement their power run game to wear down their opponents.  They possess an elite rushing attack with Sanders leading the way, effectively supplemented by backups Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell. 

Over/Under Bet
Under 51 Total Points

Jalen Hurts is also an effective rusher, and in a game of the Super Bowl’s magnitude, expect the former Alabama star to really lay it on the line to keep the chains moving. Philly is poised to simply dominate the trenches and the line of scrimmage. 

The Eagles registered a wild 70 sacks on the season. The exotic looks they provide blocking units can be both confusing and effective. Expect the quartet of Haason Reddick, Josh Sweat, Brandon Graham, and Jacon Hargrave to all play key roles in frustrating Mahomes, and keeping this one as a lower-scoring total than initially expected.

Patrick Mahomes Longest Rush U11.5 Yards (-145)

Though it is the Super Bowl, and the tendency is to lay it all out there at any costs, the nagging ankle sprain injury to Patrick Mahomes will very much be a factor on Sunday. 

While Mahomes is usually elusive and speedy coming out of the pocket, don’t expect him to have all that much time and space to operate against the Philadelphia defensive front.  And while Mahomes and coach Andy Reid contend that they’re seeing rapid improvements, it’s hard to believe there won’t be any lingering effects.

The Eagles boast talented and quick edge rushers and, with the advantages of Philly’s defensive line going against Kansas City’s offensive line, look for Mahomes to be hounded in the backfield quite regularly.

Patrick Mahomes Longest Rush
U11.5 Yards

It is also worth noting that Mahomes’ longest rush prop has gone under in 12 of his past 19 outings, and that was with him being healthy for much of those games. Another reason why this is a great addition to our Super Bowl parlay card.

In terms of Philadelphia’s defensive packages, expect the Eagles to go with a lot of zone packages to combat this versatile and dangerous Chiefs’ attack.  In zone schemes opposed to man-on-man, the Eagles will likely ‘stay home’ and keep track of Mahomes leaving the pocket, and be better suited to prevent against the talented QB reeling off a huge rushing play.

Super Bowl Parlay Odds for Three Wagers

If you are content with just a three bet Super Bowl parlay card, the parlay odds for the Eagles moneyline, Under 51 points and Mahomes longest run being under 11.5 yards is +450. A $100 wager will earn you a $450 payday.

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Under 5.5 Total Sacks (+100)

Want to get a little more juice and value added to your Sunday Super Bowl parlay?  Keep reading on for our fourth top pick for the Eagles vs. Chiefs showdown. 

We’ll turn our attention back to the line of scrimmage, where this clash will be won and lost, taking a closer look at the sack market.

Though much of the discussion thus far has been about how the Eagles’ defensive line should be able to completely control and overwhelm the Chiefs’ offensive blockers, getting to Mahomes and getting him down for a loss remains another element entirely. 

Even if Mahomes isn’t at his full range of mobility and speed, he remains one of the savviest players in the NFL.  He’s an elite thrower from a variety of unique launch and release points. 

Total Sacks
Under 5.5 Total Sacks

Mahomes senses danger well, and can get rid of the ball in a timely manner.  He also enters Sunday with the lowest sack to pressure ratio in the league, sitting at just 11. This should prevent a high number of sacks from a dangerous Eagles’ pass rush.

For the Chiefs, while Hurts gets sacked at a higher rate than Mahomes, his speed and shiftiness coming out of the backfield could pose problematic for Kansas City’s rushers. 

Of course, that’s if they can even get by Philadelphia’s impressive offensive line.  All season long the Eagles’ blockers have done a remarkable job of keeping Jalen Hurts upright and giving him time to survey the field. 

With Kansas City likely not possessing much of a pass rush threat on this impressive Eagles’ O-Line, expect few sacks, and instead more throwaways and scrambles from both of these talented quarterbacks.

Super Bowl Parlay Odds for Four Wagers

If you want to push this Super Bowl parlay card further, a four-bet parlay ticket will pay out at +950 odds for the Eagles moneyline, Under 51 points, Mahomes longest run being under 11.5 yards, and Under 5.5 sacks. A $100 wager will earn you a $950 payday.

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Miles Sanders (Eagles) O63.5 Rushing Yards (-120)

As discussed throughout this article, the Eagles’ ground and pound strategy will again need to be dialled in for Philadelphia to secure Sunday’s Super Bowl encounter.  Miles Sanders leads the way in the backfield for the Eagles, as he enters in good form. 

Sanders averaged nearly five yards per carry this season, and above 75 yards per game. He bullied a stout 49ers’ defensive front in the NFC Championship. Kansas City’s run defense is one of the worst units across the entire NFL at making contact and run-stuffing behind the line of scrimmage. 

Miles Sanders (Eagles) Rushing Yards
O63.5 Rushing Yards

That’s a worrisome stat, especially when you consider that Miles Sanders enters Sunday averaging 7 yards per carry after contact.

With Philadelphia’s emphasis on grinding away games, keeping Mahomes off of the field, and heavy reliance on their rushing offense in virtually all situations, Sanders should get plenty of carries, and should find some success on Sunday night.

Super Bowl Parlay Odds for All Five Wagers

To get the most out of our Super Bowl same game parlay, we recommend including all of our parlay picks. This five-bet parlay card will pay out at +1600 odds. A $100 wager will earn you a $1600 payday.

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Will has been working with The Sports Geek since its early days back in 2010. He began as a soccer specialist providing top-notch analysis on the World Cup and European Championships. Over the years, he’s expanded his coverage to include other major sports like the NFL, NHL and MLB. As an avid sports bettor and daily fantasy player, Salvarinas is always eager to share his insight or get into a healthy debate over what bets to make.

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