Cross-Sport Prop Bets For Super Bowl 55 Are Up

  • Cross-sport prop bets Super Bowl 55 are all the rage as sportsbooks post a seemingly endless supply of them for gamblers to wager on.
  • These particular bets put aspects of the Super Bowl up against other professional sports happenings, making the “cross-sport” bets.

TAMPA BAY, Fla.Super Bowl Sunday on its own is the biggest day for sportsbooks throughout the entire year when it comes to wagers and cross-sport prop bets posted for the event will make handle rise that much more this year.

Legal sports betting websites have listed a number of different cross-sport prop bets where something Super Bowl-related is put up against a variety of other professional sports events for different wagering purposes.

From soccer to hockey to golf and basketball, there is something for any sports fan to place money on with these bets for Super Bowl 55 if they’re not the biggest NFL fans.

Cross-Sport Prop Bets For SB 55

Sportsbooks like BetOnline have nearly 40 different cross-sport prop bets for their members to choose from for the 2021 Super Bowl.

They cover almost every sport possible, including a wager on the Super Bowl combined with the Kentucky Derby proving that no sports fan is left out of these prop bets. Here are a few of the most popular cross-sport props for members of these sportsbooks to participate in.

What will be higher?

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers TD’s (-150)
  • Tampa Bay Lightning Goals on Feb 5th (+110)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have averaged three-four touchdowns per game for the season with Tom Brady as their quarterback. So far this month, the Tampa Bay Lightning at their best has scored five goals and at their worst zero. But they hang out around the two-three goals per game range which is why oddsmakers have the Buccaneers favored to win on this wager.

What will be higher?

  • Kansas City Royals Runs in Season Opener 2021 (-155)
  • Kansas City Chiefs TD’s (+115)

The Kansas City Royals will have their opening game on April 1 against the Texas Rangers. The Royals tend to score pretty high, often having at least four points on the board before the end of a game, but usually, it will be over five runs scored. For the 2020 season, quarterback Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs averaged two-three touchdowns per game just on his own. The team as a whole rarely reaches the five-six touchdown range though, making the Royals the favorite to win for this bet.

What will be higher?

  • Total TD’s in Super Bowl LV (-550)
  • Total 1st Round Birdies by Tiger in US Masters (+325)

There is no doubt that the total number of touchdowns scored in Super Bowl 55 will be more than the number of birdies that Tiger Woods has in the First Round of the US Masters. In the 2020 Masters, Woods had four birdies in the First Round of the event. That would leave the top two teams in the NFL to stay at a maximum of two touchdowns apiece which seems unlikely, giving the Super Bowl the favorable side of this wager.

What will be higher?

  • Tom Brady Pass Completions (-120)
  • Total 1st Quarter Points by NY Knicks (-120)

Brady’s highest number of pass completions for one game in the 2020 season was 33. The New York Knicks made a franchise-record last year with 45 points scored in the first quarter. Since there is no telling how Brady or the Knicks will perform, the odds are even for both on this wager as it could go either way.

Betting On Super Bowl 55

It’s evident that there are bets open for Super Bowl 55 to get more fans engaged in gambling on the game. These cross-sport prop wagers are proof of that. There are so many different things to bet on for just this one day that it’s sure to be an action-packed Sunday. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. EST on the CBS Network where Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers go head-to-head with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida for a chance at the Lombardi Trophy.

NFL betting sites will have these cross-sport odds available all the way until kickoff.

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Christina Monroe

Christina has been writing for as long as she can remember and does dedicated research on the newly regulated sports betting market. She comes from a family of sports lovers that engage in friendly bets from time to time. During the winter months, you can find Christina baking cookies and beating the entire staff at Mario Kart…the N64 version of course.

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