- Skyy Moore is the Kansas City Chiefs‘ wild card: He’s played better than most Chiefs wide receivers when given a chance and is well-suited to attack the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Kenneth Gainwell is the Eagles closer: Gainwell has dominated in the playoffs with a big lead but might not see many opportunities without a blowout.
- The Chiefs' three-man backfield: Isiah Pacheco‘s emergence and Clyde Edwards-Helaire‘s return could limit Jerick McKinnon.
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Super Bowl 57 has finally arrived, so let's dive into a few props that bettors should target for Sunday's clash between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.
WR Skyy Moore, Kansas City Chiefs: Over 7.5 receiving yards (-118)
- Moore has been targeted on 23.9% of his pass routes since Week 11, which ranks second among their available wide receivers.
- His 1.39 yards per route run are also second among wide receivers on the team in that time.
- His 17.6% targets per route run rate while their passer is under pressure is the best among active wide receivers on the team.
- The Eagles have been, by far, the best team at rushing the passer this season.
- He set a career-high in offensive snaps and snap rate last week while Kansas City dealt with injuries at the position.
- The Chiefs will be without Mecole Hardman in the Super Bowl while JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney are still appearing on the injury report but are expected to play.
- Moore is the only active wide receiver on the Chiefs to play at least 45% of his pass routes in the slot.
- The Eagles' secondary has generally been great at stopping opposing passing games, but its one weakness has been slot receivers.
- Philadelphia has allowed the ninth-most receiving yards to wide receivers in the slot.
- Moore averages 11.4 yards per reception, so it should only take one catch for Moore to hit the over.