Most Interesting SB Cross-Bet Props

Super Bowl LII: What are Most Interesting Cross Sport Props Bets? 2/2/18

What are the most interesting cross-sport prop bets for Super Bowl LII? We've pulled a couple off the board to discuss.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book YouWager, the Patriots are now 4.5-point favorites to beat the Eagles, who opened as 6-point underdogs. The total, meanwhile, hit the board at 47.5 and is now up to 48 or even 48.5 at some books.

As of Friday morning, 53% of the betting tickets wagered at online sportsbooks are on the Eagles. That said, 54% of the money wagered at online sportsbooks is on the Patriots. Meanwhile, 59% of the betting tickets are on the over.

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What are some of the most interesting cross-sport prop bets for Super Bowl LII? Some of the NBA props are fun. For example: Will Chris Paul of the Rockets have more points and assists than Tom Brady will have completions? Paul is -1.5 (20/23) while Brady is +1.5 (20/23).

Meanwhile, will have LeBron have more points for the Cavs on Sunday when they play the Rockets, or will Nick Foles attempt more passes? James is +6.5 (10/13) while Foles is laying 6.5 with 1/1 odds. Also, will LeBron have more rebounds and assists than the Eagles and Patriots have points in the second quarter? James is -0.5 with 20/23 odds.

Some other NBA cross-sport bets: Will the Celtics have more points than the Patriots will have rushing yards? Boson is -14.5 (20/23). Will rookie Jason Tatum have more points than the Patriots score in the first half? Tatum is -0.5 with 20/23 odds. Finally, will the Lakers and Thunder combine for more points than Tom Brady will have passing yards? Brady is a massive favorite in this one, as he's -79.5 (20/23).

There are also college basketball prop odds available for Super Bowl Sunday. A couple examples include: Will Maryland score more points against Wisconsin than Brandin Cooks has receiving yards? Maryland is -0.5 (20/23).

Also, will Arizona State and Washington State make more three-pointers than Nick Foles has completions? The total is set at 0 while the odds are 20/23 on either side.

Switching to golf, will Jordan Spieth have more fourth-round birdies in the Waste Management Phoenix Open or will Zach Ertz have more receptions? Ertz is -0.5 with 23/20 odds. Meanwhile, will Rickie Fowler have a higher fourth-round score in the Waste Management Phoenix Open or will the Eagles and Patriots total more yardage on all of their touchdowns? Fowler is +10.5 (20/23).

Finally, the Las Vegas Golden Knights take on the Capitals on Super Bowl Sunday. Will the Capitals have more first period goals than Eagles kicker Jake Elliott will have field goals made? The total is 0 and the odds are 20/23 on both sides.

Will the Golden Knights have more shots on goal or will the Patriots have more points? The Golden Knights are -6.5 with 20/23 odds. On that same level, the Capitals are -8.5 to have more shots on goal than the Eagles will have points.

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