Super Bowl LI Defensive Props

Super Bowl LI Defensive Prop Odds – Who will have more tackles on Sunday?

Which defensive players will step up at Super Bowl LI and lead their team to victory? Here is a look at the defensive prop odds.

Keanu Neal has had a major impact for the Falcons since coming off of injury. According to the oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, he has odds of -1 tackle to finish ahead of Logan Ryan of the Patriots. Both men have been given a money line of -115 for their totals.

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Neal finished second on the Falcons in tackling with 106 despite missing the first two games of the regular season. He has been active in the playoffs as well, racking up 17 tackles in two games. Ryan led the Patriots in tackles this year with 92 total. He has had 16 tackles in the two postseason games. Ryan’s peak total was 17 against the Bills on Oct. 2. Neal has never had more than 11 tackles, which he had three times, including in the playoff win over the Seahawks.

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There is an expectation for this game to have a lot of passing, so the cornerbacks could be busy making tackles. Oddsmakers have the matchup between Atlanta’s Brian Poole and New England’s Malcom Butler set as even, with neither player getting an edge in tackles. Poole had 59 tackles during the regular season and 11 in the playoffs. He had 7 in the NFC Championship, another pass-happy game. Butler had 63 tackles this season and 9 in the playoffs. The most he had during the season was 9, which was against the Seahawks. New England hasn’t faced an offense of this caliber all season, so Butler’s tackling load could greatly increase.

For a look at the prop odds for the Super Bowl LI Defensive Matchups, see below.

Super Bowl LI Defensive Matchup Prop Odds

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Brian Poole (ATL) -115

Malcolm Butler (NE) -115

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Brian Poole (ATL) +1.5 -115

Logan Ryan (NE) -1.5 -115

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Brian Poole (ATL) +1.5 -115

Logan Ryan (NE) -1.5 -115

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Keanu Neal (ATL) -1 -115

Logan Ryan (NE) +1 -115

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Robert Alford (ATL) -1.5 -130

Devin McCourty (NE) +1.5 +100

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Deion Jones (ATL) -115

Logan Ryan (NE) -115

Who will have more Tackles & Assists

Robert Alford (ATL) +1.5 +100

Kyle Van Noy (NE) -1.5 -130

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