SBLVII Head-to-Head Matchups Predict Kelce Over Brown

  • Travis Kelce has -157 odds to record more receiving yards than A.J. Brown.
  • Kenneth Gainwell is -118 to total more rushing yards than Jerick McKinnon.
  • Super Bowl 57 Head-to-Head props feature players passing, rushing, and receiving yards.

GLENDALE, Ariz.Travis Kelce has -157 odds to win his head-to-head matchup against A.J. Brown for receiving yards. Head-to-head props allow bettors to predict which of two players will tally the higher number of yards or receptions, depending on the details of the prop.

Kelce vs Brown for Receiving Yards

Who will Record More Receiving Yards in SBLVII?

  • Travis Kelce -157
  • A.J. Brown +102

Travis Kelce is a favorite with -157 odds to record more receiving yards than A.J. Brown in Super Bowl LVII.

Travis Kelce has been a game changer in the playoffs and has tallied 78 and 98 receiving yards in those two games.

Kelce was battling a back injury during the AFC Championship game, making his stat line of 7 catches for 78 yards and a touchdown even more impressive.

Kelce will surely benefit from the rest ahead of Super Bowl LVII.

If he has a performance like his 2021 Super Bowl where he recorded 133 receiving yards, Kelce’s odds at -157 are profitable.

Travis Kelce has been the Chiefs top target all season, so it makes sense for him to go head-to-head with Eagles top target, A.J. Brown.

A.J. Brown went on a tear to end the regular season, recording 95+ receiving yards in five of his last six games.

The Eagles top receiver has yet to break 30 receiving yards this postseason, which can be accredited to the Eagles large margin of victory in those games.

His +102 odds on NFL sportsbooks to record more receiving yards than Travis Kelce indicates that A.J. Brown will get back to his former self in Super Bowl LVII.

Gainwell vs McKinnon for Rushing Yards

Who Will Record More Rushing Yards in SBLVII?

  • Kenneth Gainwell -118
  • Jerick McKinnon -127

Kenneth Gainwell has good odds at -118 to record more rushing yards than the struggling Jerick McKinnon.

Thanks to two blowout wins, the Philadelphia Eagles have given Gainwell an opportunity that he has taken full advantage of.

Gainwell rushed for 48 yards on 14 carries against the San Francisco 49ers and 112 yards on 12 carries against the New York Giants.

Gainwell took over for Miles Sanders in the second half of these games, but the impressive efficiency in win or go home situations should give the Eagles coaching staff confidence in Gainwell for Super Bowl 57.

As for Jerick McKinnon, he has only recorded double-digit rushing yards once in his last five games.

The lone game was in the Divisional Round against the Jacksonville Jaguars in which McKinnon recorded 25 rushing yards on 11 attempts.

This was far less efficient than the Chiefs lead back, Isiah Pacheco, who totaled 95 rushing yards on only one more carry.

McKinnon’s lackluster rushing performance in the Divisional Round led to a decreased role in the AFC Championship game, where he ran for one yard on four rushing attempts.

Based on an increase in Gainwell’s efficiency and a decrease in McKinnon’s, -118 odds for Gainwell to record more rushing yards has notably good value.

Betting is available for these two head-to-head matchups and many others on online gambling sites.