Russell Wilson Super Bowl Props

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (The Spread) – Russell Wilson is a dynamic quarterback, but can he step up on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVIII?

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Wilson has been give over/under odds of 210.5 passing yards and over/under odds of 32.5 rushing yards for Sunday’s game with Denver.

Wilson appeared in all 16 games during the regular season and threw for 3,357 yards with 26 touchdowns while rushing for 539 yards and one score. He ended up averaging 209.8 passing yards and 33.7 rushing yards per game this season. He also had limited turnovers, throwing just nine interceptions while completing 63.1 percent of his passes.

In the postseason, Wilson has been somewhat shaky. In the win over the Saints, Wilson went just 9 of 18 passing for 103 yards with no touchdowns and just 16 yards rushing on three attempts. In the NFC Championship Game, Wilson had a strong passing day, going 16 of 25 for 215 yards and one touchdown, but was held to 0 rushing yards on just five attempts.

Of the 18 games Wilson has appeared in, he has had at least 211 passing yards in just eight of them. He has had at least 33 rushing yards in just seven of them. Wilson is going up against a defense that allowed an average of 356 yards per game this season. Denver was 27th in the NFL in pass defense, allowing 254.4 yards per game, and eighth in the league in rush defense, giving up just 101.6 yards per contest. Denver’s defense has been strong in the playoffs, but the Broncos aren’t accustomed to facing a lot of mobile quarterbacks like Wilson, which could open the door for him to break off some big runs.

For a complete look at the Super Bowl XLVIII Prop Odds available for the Russell Wilson, see below.

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Super Bowl XLVIII Prop Odds – Russell Wilson

Odds to win Super Bowl MVP: 15/4

Odds to score the first touchdown: 12/1

Odds to score the first Seattle touchdown: 7/1

Total passing yards: Over/Under 210.5

Total touchdown passes: Over/Under 1.5

Total 1st quarter TD passes: Over/Under 0.5

Total 2nd quarter TD passes: Over/Under 0.5

Total 3rd quarter TD passes: Over/Under 0.5

Total 4th quarter TD passes: Over/Under 0.5

Total interceptions: Over/Under 0.5

Total completions: Over/Under 16.5

Total yards on first touchdown pass: Over/Under 14.5

Total yards on first completion: Over/Under 9.5

Longest completion: Over/Under 36.5 yards

Total passing attempts: Over/Under 26.5

What will Wilson do first: TD Pass (-200) Interception (+160)

First pass attempt will be: Complete (-180) Incomplete (+145) Interception (+1200)

Total rushing yards: Over/Under 32.5

Total rushing attempts: Over/Under 6.5

Total rushing yards on first attempt: Over/Under 5.5

Longest rush: Over/Under 12.5 yards

Will Wilson score a rushing touchdown: Yes (+250) No (-325)

Total touchdown passes

0          3/1 

1          8/5 

2          9/4 

3          5/1 

4          15/1  

5 or more         40/1 

Total interceptions

0          +120 

1          +150 

2          +400 

3 or more         +900

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