|2013 Super Bowl XLVII Odds – Ray Rice Prop Odds & Wagers|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Wednesday, 30 January 2013 16:30|
Ray Rice Prop Odds
NEW ORLEANS, LA (The Spread) – Ray Rice is one of the most dynamic players in Super Bowl XLVII. Will the Ravens running back lead Baltimore to a win over the 49ers?
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Rice has 12/1 odds to win the Super Bowl MVP award on Sunday. He also has been given over/under odds of 67.5 rushing yards and 30.5 receiving yards.
During the regular season, Rice totaled 1,143 rushing yards and 478 receiving yards over 16 games. That works out to an average of 71.4 rushing yards and 29.8 receiving yards per game. Rice has rushed for 247 yards (82.3 ypg) in the playoffs, but had just 69 receiving yards (23 ypg) in those three contests. Rice has had at least 68 rushing yards in 11 of Baltimore’s 19 games and he has had at least 31 receiving yards in nine of the 19 games.
San Francisco had the fourth-best rushing defense in the NFL this last season, allowing only 94.2 rushing yards per game. In the NFC Championship, the 49ers held the Falcons to just 81 rushing yards. Jacquizz Rodgers was the leading rusher for Atlanta with 32 yards. However, he was held without a reception. In its playoff opener, San Francisco limited Green Bay to just 104 rushing yards. DuJuan Harris was the leading rusher for Green Bay, as he had 11 rushed for 53 yards. He also had two catches for 11 yards. Rice is clearly the best running back San Francisco has faced in the playoffs, but Rice has had games where he has been notably absent, whether it be due to defense or game planning by the Ravens.
For complete prop odds available for Ray Rice, see below
Ray Rice Super Bowl XLVII Prop Odds
Super Bowl MVP Odds: 12/1
Odds to score first TD: 7/1
Total rushing yards: Over/Under 67.5
Longest rush: Over/Under 15.5 yards
Total rushing yards on first attempt: Over/Under 3.5 yards
Total rushing attempts: Over/Under 17.5
Total receiving yards: Over/Under 30.5
Total receptions: Over/Under 3.5
Will he score a touchdown: Yes (-105) No (-125)
Will he score a first-half touchdown: Yes (+150) (No -180)