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Best Super Bowl Cross-Sports Prop Bets: Link NFL With NBA, PGA, UFC, And More

Along with betting on the outcome of Super Bowl 56, sports bettors have hundreds of prop bets to choose from. Many are specific to certain players, such as quarterbacks Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford. Some Tennessee sportsbooks also offer cross-sports props, referencing an aspect of the Super Bowl relative to something that occurs during another sports event on the same day.

Caesars Tennessee and DraftKings Tennessee have a variety of markets involving various sports. If you like what you see below and you want to sign up for a new account, both sportsbooks have sign-up promos for new users.

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DraftKings Super Bowl Cross-Sports Props Bets

NBA

What Will Be More: Celtics forward Jayson Tatum Threes Made or LA Rams Total Touchdowns?

  • LA Rams Total Touchdowns -200
  • Jayson Tatum Threes Made +160

Tatum has hit 32.8 percent of his three-point attempts this season. He has not hit more than four in any of his last six games, including a 2 for 8 night against the team his Celtics play Sunday, the Hawks. He went 5 for 12 against the Hawks in November but made a season-high of nine against Sacramento on Jan. 25.

What Will Be More: Hawks guard Trae Young Points Scored or Rams WR Van Jefferson Receiving Yards?

  • Van Jefferson Receiving Yards -125
  • Trae Young Points +100

Young is averaging 27.7 points/game this season but scored 21 and 18 in Atlanta’s previous two games against Boston. Van Jefferson had 20+ yards in 13 games during the regular season and has had 41, 29, and nine yards in the Rams’ three playoff games. While the Bengals’ defense is not extremely tough against the pass, as the No. 3 option for Matthew Stafford, he may not see the ball too often.

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PGA

What Will Be more: Hole-In-Ones at WM Phoenix Open or Rams RB Cam Akers Touchdowns?

  • Hole-In-Ones at WM Phoenix Open -110
  • Cam Akers Touchdowns -110

The last time there was a hole-in-one at the Waste Management Phoenix Open was in 2020 (when there were three). Cam Akers has not scored since returning to action in Week 18, but the Rams seemed determined to make him part of the game plan.

UFC

What Will Be More: Adesanya vs. Whittaker Total Rounds or Super Bowl 56 Total Touchdowns?

  • Super Bowl 56 Total Touchdowns -165
  • Adesanya v Whittaker Total Rounds +185
  • Tie +550

In their first fight, Adesanya knocked out Whittaker in the second round. Three of his four fights since have gone the distance of five rounds. The one that didn’t was a second-round knockout. In his three fights since, Whittaker has gone the distance in each (five, three, and five rounds).

It will be surprising if the Super Bowl is a defensive battle. The Rams’ defense may shut down the Bengals, but it might not. Both offenses have been playing very well during the postseason. It would not be shocking to see both teams score a few touchdowns.

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Caesars Super Bowl Cross-Sports Props

NBA

What Will Be More: Rams Points Scored or Trae Young Points Scored on Feb. 13

  • Rams Points Scored In-Game -115
  • Trae Young Points Scored Feb 13 -115

Young has not had his best games against the Celtics this season, scoring well below his average (27.7 points/game) in both (21 and 18). The Rams have been good for 30+ points in two of three games in the playoffs and seven times during the regular season.

What Will Be More: Rams WR Cooper Kupp Receiving Yards or Boston Celtics Total Points Scored on Feb. 13

  • Cooper Kupp Receiving Yards (+7.5) -115
  • Boston Celtics Total Points Scored Feb. 13 (-7.5) -115

The Celtics are averaging 108.1 points/game this season but have gone over that in four of their last five games. In both games against Atlanta, however, the Celtics have scored under 100. Kupp’s receiving yards prop at Caesars is 106.5, and he’s gone for 142 and 183 in his last two games.

College Basketball

What Will Be More: Super Bowl Total Offensive Plays or Boise State vs. Colorado State Total Points Scored

  • Total Offensive Plays (+4.5) -115
  • Boise/Colorado State Total Points Scored Feb. 13 (-4.5) -115

The Rams have run 203 offensive plays in the playoffs (67.7/game), and the Bengals have run 191 plays (63.7/game). Boise State is averaging 68 points/game, while Colorado State has averaged 77.2.

What Will Be More? Super Bowl Total Kickoff Returns or Whittaker/Adesanya Completed Full Rounds
  • Total Kickoff Returns +110
  • Whittaker/Adesanya Completed Full Rounds Feb 12 -140
There can only be a max of five full rounds in the fight. If the Super Bowl plays out like many expect it to, there will certainly be at least five kickoffs, but not necessarily five kick returns. Kickoffs for both kickers have resulted in a touchback over 60 percent of the time this season. If the fight goes the distance, there is a solid chance that there are fewer than five kick returns in the Super Bowl. You also must ask yourself whether someone could get knocked out in one of the early rounds. Adesanya knocked Whittaker out in the second round of the first fight.

Olympic Ice Hockey

What Will Be More? Rams WR Odell Beckham Jr. Receptions or USA men vs. Germany Total Goals Scored

  • Odell Beckham Jr Receptions PICK +120
  • USA/Germany Total Goals Scored Feb 13 PICK -150

Beckham has played a more significant role in the playoffs, making four, six, and nine catches in the three games played. In his 11 games with the Rams, he has made 4+ receptions in seven games. Men’s hockey has not started playing yet, so we do not know how well either team will play. Both teams scored four goals in their three preliminary-round games in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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