Christian McCaffrey Super Bowl Props

Doug Bonjour
Last Updated: Feb 8, 2024

Few players are more important to San Francisco’s bid for another championship than Christian McCaffrey.

McCaffrey is a game-changer out of the backfield for the 49ers, with 260 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns this postseason alone.

What should bettors expect from him on Sunday against Kansas City? Here are a few of our favorite CMC props for Super Bowl 58.

Christian McCaffrey Super Bowl Props

All NFL betting odds used for these Christian McCaffrey props are current as of Wednesday, Feb. 7, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Over 90.5 Rushing Yards (-120)

During the regular season, McCaffrey set career highs with 5.4 yards per carry and 1,459 rushing yards.

Then, after sitting in Week 18 with a calf injury, McCaffrey ran for 98 and 90 yards, respectively, in playoff wins over Green Bay and Detroit.

McCaffrey has rushed for at least 90 yards in seven of his last eight games. Four times during that span he’s topped 100.

Kansas City, meanwhile, is allowing an average of 113 rushing yards in these playoffs after ranking 18th during the regular season. Not bad, but not great considering Baltimore curiously abandoned the run in the AFC title game.

Expect McCaffrey to be a heavy part of the game plan as San Francisco looks to keep Patrick Mahomes at bay on the sidelines.

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Longest Rush: Over 17.5 Yards (-135)

McCaffrey had nine big plays (rushes of 20 yards or more) this season, third-most in the league behind Arizona’s James Conner (11) and Detroit’s Jahmyr Gibbs (10).

The three-time All-Pro has continued to build on that in the playoffs, breaking off long runs of 39 yards against Green Bay and 25 yards against Detroit.

Opponents have fared well on the ground against Kansas City despite minimal scoring, averaging a healthy 4.6 yards per carry during the postseason.

That bodes well for McCaffrey, who’s hit this prop in 11 of 18 games.

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Doug Bonjour

Doug covered college and prep sports in Connecticut for more than a decade, including stints as the UConn women’s basketball and UConn football beat reporter for Hearst Connecticut Media. During his time reporting on the 11-time national champion Huskies, he covered three NCAA Final Fours. He also has written for the Associated Press and New York Times.

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