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Along with game props and totals, JazzSports has several pools to play for the big game, making every snap count. Here are some wagers you can make to make Sunday night’s party even better.

Note that there are even more players to select in pools than listed.

Super Bowl LVII Multiplayer Props Odds and Preview: First sack of the game: 

Haason Reddick (PHI) +325 

Chris Jones (KC) +450

Frank Clark (KC) +850

Javon Hargrave (PHI) +1100

Josh Sweat (PHI) +1200

No Sacks +1600

Bettors can select any defensive starter from either team to be the first to register a sack on Sunday, making the options deep. The man atop the list, Haason Reddick, has been  on a tear. He was tied for second in sacks this season, taking down quarterbacks 16 times this season. He’s also been all over the backfield in the postseason, making him more than worthy of the shortest odds.

The value pick on this market is Josh Sweat, another Eagles pass rusher that is very productive. Sweat has 11 sacks and 15 tackles for loss this season and has 23 quarterback hits to 26 from Reddick. Since week 10 he has not gone consecutive games without a sack. He did not have a sack in the NFC Championship.

Most rushing yards:

Miles Sanders (PHI) +115

Isiah Pacheco (KC) +250

Jalen Hurts (PHI) +275

Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC) +3000

The race for most rushing yards on Sunday largely comes down to 2 players: Miles Sanders and Isiah Pacheco. Even with Clyde Edwards-Helaire activated off of injured reserve, Pacheco will get the bulk of the work for Kansas City.

Sanders has picked up a lot of momentum this postseason. He did not have a lot of touches or yards in the NFC Championship but he scored 2 touchdowns. Throughout the season, he has been the most consistent of any of the players in this pool.

Jalen Hurts is a tempting pick but the most likely result is that he caps out at about 40 yards. If he does lead the game in rushing there is a good chance he also wins MVP.

Most receiving yards:

Travis Kelce (KC) +155

A.J. Brown (PHI) +350

DeVonta Smith (PHI) +375

Kadarius Toney (KC) +2000

The player with the most receiving yards is 1 of the most interesting pools to weigh. Travis Kelce has the shortest odds by a fair margin despite averaging nearly 10 yards less per game than A.J. Brown. That makes Brown a much better value than Kelce or any other player in the pool.

Meanwhile Brown competes with another receiver on his team who can have a big game and tally a lot of yards on a single play in DeVonta Smith. Brown has consistently been targeted more but Smith has been more productive in the postseason. He has 2 catches to Brown’s 4 but finished with 10 more receiving yards against San Francisco.

It is a tough decision to make but we are backing Brown in this 1. He is a tougher cover and due to come back up to his average on the big stage.

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