Superbowl 2020 Best Parlay bet (+900)
Super Bowl LIV is almost here and there are literally hundreds of ways to put some money on the line. There are the traditional bets against the spread, on the Over/Under or straight up. You can see some of our top Prop Bets for Superbowl 2020 here.
But for those of you who have enjoyed backing the parlays this NFL season, here’s one final season selection for the biggest game of all:
- 49ers Against the spread (+1.5)
- Kittle Over 5.5 Receptions+
- Mahomes More Pass Yards than Garoppolo
- Shortest TD Over 1.5 Yards
Super Bowl 2020 Top Parlay
Leg 1: 49ers +1.5
The 49ers rushed for more yards than every team west of Baltimore this season! Only five teams allowed more yards on the ground this season than the Chiefs. Kansas City may go all-out to stop the run as it did against Derrick Henry and the Titans, but Jimmy Garoppolo is among the NFL’s elite play-action players.
That plays into the 49ers’ hands. Mahomes is a man among men, but the 49ers rank No. 1 against the pass and have the second-ranked defense overall. Teams with top-two defenses in the Super Bowl are 15-5.
Leg 2: George Kittle Over 5.5 Receptions
Kittle ranks No. 1 for the 49ers by a wide margin in receptions, targets and yards. This is the Super Bowl, and Garoppolo isn’t going to stop looking for No. 85. In fact, he may see more opportunities than usual if the Chiefs sell out to stop the run. Kansas City is already among the poorest defenses when it comes to slowing tight ends.
Leg 3: Mahomes More Pass Yards than Garoppolo
Based on opportunity, based on game plan, based on propensity to take risks downfield, it all points to Mahomes outpassing Garoppolo. Mahomes has passed for 300-plus yards eight times in 15 games, and 260-plus yards 11 times. Garoppolo has gone for 300 yards just three times in 18 games, and 260 on six instances.
Leg 4: Shortest TD Over 1.5 Yards
Super Bowl betting trends favor the Under here as it’s hit in five of the last seven Super Bowls, and a big majority of playoff games the last seven seasons. That’s pushed the Over to a solid underdog line, and the 49ers and Chiefs haven’t had many 1-yard TDs this season. San Francisco hasn’t had any 1-yard TDs in 10 games and Kansas City hasn’t had any in its last 13 games.