Travis Kelce Super Bowl Props

Doug Bonjour
Last Updated: Feb 8, 2024

What does Travis Kelce have in store for Super Bowl LVIII? Perhaps, a Taylor Swift proposal?

OK, we won’t go that far, but we do have a few props in mind that you should consider when betting on the Chiefs’ star tight end.

Let’s break down our favorite Travis Kelce props ahead of Sunday’s big game against the 49ers.

Travis Kelce Super Bowl Props

All NFL betting odds used for these Travis Kelce props are current as of Tuesday, Feb. 6, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Over 70.5 Receiving Yards (-130)

The playoffs tend to bring out the best in Kelce. This year is no different.

After averaging 65.6 yards during the regular season, Kelce has cleared this total in each of the last three games. That includes a 116-yard performance against Baltimore in which he caught all 11 targets and scored a touchdown.

Taking things a step further, he’s had at least 71 receiving yards in 12 straight playoff games dating to the 2021 Divisional Round against Cleveland.

Kelce is a big-play manufacturer, and he’s primed to exploit a 49ers secondary that ranked just 24th in defending yards after the catch.

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First TD Scorer (+750)

Kelce is still Patrick Mahomes’ favorite weapon, and he has made a habit of connecting with the All-Pro tight end early in games. Kelce’s scored first in three of Kansas City’s last six playoff games, including the AFC Championship.

Furthermore, he’s caught at least one pass on every opening drive this postseason. You know Mahomes will be looking his way.

While Kelce is -110 to score a touchdown, betting him to be the first player on either side to reach the end zone offers the most value.

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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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