It is no secret who Cincinnati QB Joe Burrow will look to when the Bengals need a big play in Super Bowl 56 — Ja’Marr Chase. While just a rookie, Chase has been one of the most electric and productive receivers in the NFL this season. Chase will need to have a big day for the Bengals to upset the Rams, who are favored by 4 or 4.5 points at most Tennessee sportsbooks.
If he does, then there is a solid chance the Bengals cover the point spread if not win the game outright. Sportsbooks also carry a wide range of Super Bowl player prop bets fans can enjoy. The following is a small sample of the markets sportsbooks have posted regarding Ja’Marr Chase:
Markets listed are available at multiple sportsbooks. The odds listed are the best odds we could find for each market.
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Ja’Marr Chase Super Bowl Prop Bets
Chase had 78.5+ yards in eight of 20 games this season — six in the regular season and two in the playoffs. Burrow will undoubtedly look his way early and often, but the Rams’ secondary will not make life easy on him.
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Chase To Record 100+ Receiving Yards (+200 at PointsBet)
Chase has had seven 100+ yard games — five in the regular season and two during the playoffs. The Rams’ defense has given up 100+ yards to a receiver just once in the playoffs and seven times during the regular season. If the Bengals are going to be competitive, Chase needs to have a big day. Should the Bengals fall behind and have to play catch-up, Chase is going to see quite a few passes thrown his way.
Receptions — Over 5.5 (-134 at BetRivers); Under 5.5 (+115 at DraftKings)
A receiver recorded 6+ receptions against the Rams’ defense in 15 of 20 games this season — 13 times in the regular season and twice in the playoffs. Chase had 6+ receptions in six regular-season games and twice during the playoffs.
Longest Reception — Over 26.5 yards (-108 at BetRivers); Under 27.5 yards (-114 at FanDuel)
In the first seven games of the season, Chase’s longest reception was 26.5+ yards. He bested that mark in two of the last nine games in the regular season but went over it in two of three playoff games.
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Total Number of Targets — 8.5 at Caesars (Over +100; Under -130)
Joe Burrow targeted Chase 9+ times in nine games this season — twice in the playoffs, and seven times during the regular season. In most of the Bengals’ biggest games this season, Chase was targeted 9+ times (vs. Green Bay, at Baltimore, vs. Cleveland, vs. Baltimore, vs. Kansas City, and in two of three playoff games).
Chase To Make First Bengals Reception — (+250 at BetRivers)
He made the first reception for the Bengals in two of three playoff games but did so in only two of Cincinnati’s regular-season games.
Chase To Record a Lost Fumble — Yes +1400; No -5000 (at BetRivers)
The Rams’ defense has forced 15 fumbles this season, recovering 12. Chase has fumbled twice this season, losing one.
Ja’Marr Chase Head-To-Head Prop Bets
Most Receiving Yards — Chase (+148 at Bet Rivers) Vs. Cooper Kupp (-165 at BetMGM)
Kupp gets targeted more than Chase, giving him having more receptions and more opportunities to add to his yardage total. He also had more 20+ yard receptions on the year (30) than Chase (22), as well as 40+ yard receptions (nine to eight). Chase will also face a much more formidable defense than Kupp.
Most Receptions — Chase (+150 at BetMGM) Vs. Kupp (-200 at BetMGM)
Kupp is more of the volume receiver than Chase, but Chase has been targetted 10+ times in six games this season. The opportunity for him to catch quite a few passes is there, but the same can be said for Kupp. However, if Rams WR Odell Beckham Jr. heats up, Stafford could go with the hot hand and target OBJ more than usual. On the other hand, if the Rams get out to an early lead and force the Bengals to play catch up, Chase could see his statistics skyrocket.