Super Bowl Kicking Props Payouts - Chiefs vs. Eagles

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Mary Montgomery
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The kicker could prove prominent in this year's Super Bowl game between the Eagles and Chiefs. 

Kansas City is widely regarded as having the third best kicker in Harrison Butker.  Only Tyler Bass of the Bills and Robbie Gould of the 49ers might be considered better.  Neither of those teams are playing in the big game.

His Total Kicking Points were coming in at Over/Under 7.5 points.

Butker nailed his lone field goal attempt and all four extra-point tries in the final game of the regular season.

The Chiefs this week released placekicker Matthew Wright, a sign they believe Butker has fully recovered from back spasms that began in early January.


And what about Jake Elliott?

He's performed quite well this season for the Eagles, even being named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after kicking a career-high five field goals in a single game ahead of this year's playoffs.

Elliotts's Total Kicking Points were also coming in at Over/Under 7.5 points.

Rot     Harrison Butker (KC) Total Kicking Points     Moneyline
17001     Over  7½  Points     -120
17002     Under  7½  Points     -110
Must Play.
Rot     Harrison Butker (KC) Total PAT Made     Moneyline
17003     Over  2½  PAT Made     -125
17004     Under  2½  PAT Made     -105
Must Play.
Rot     Harrison Butker (KC) Total Field Goals Made     Moneyline
17005     Over  1½  Field Goals     -140
17006     Under  1½  Field Goals     +110
Must Play.
Rot     Jake Elliott (PHI) Total Kicking Points     Moneyline
17021     Over  7½  Points     -110
17022     Under  7½  Points     -120
Must Play.
Rot     Jake Elliott (PHI) Total PAT Made     Moneyline
17023     Over  2½  PAT Made     -130
17024     Under  2½  PAT Made     Ev
Must Play.
Rot     Jake Elliott (PHI) Total Field Goals Made     Moneyline
17025     Over  1½  Field Goals     -120
17026     Under  1½  Field Goals     -110

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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