Comparing Super Bowl Passing Yards Props – Mahomes vs Hurts

  • Jalen Hurts has an O/U of 239.5 passing yards in Super Bowl 57.
  • Patrick Mahomes has an O/U of 290.5 passing yards, with -150 odds on the over.
  • Mahomes has -260 odds to pass for more yards than Hurts during Super Bowl 57.

LAS VEGAS – Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes are going to be the biggest storyline entering the Super Bowl.

Hurts and Mahomes, as the quarterbacks of their respective teams, the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, will have more influence over the outcome of the game than any other player on the field.

Online sportsbooks offer odds on their passing yardage, and to no surprise, Hurts has a lower O/U than Mahomes, but it’s closer than you might think.

Total Passing Yards – Jalen Hurts (PHI)

  • Over 239.5 -115
  • Under 239.5 -115

Hurts has an O/U line of 239.5 passing yards in the game, which is actually higher than most of his seasonal passing totals.

Seven of his 17 played games between the regular season and the Playoffs have seen him go over 239.5 passing yards.

Notably, one of the unders was exactly 239 on the dot – bad beats if that happens in the Super Bowl.

Total Passing Yards – Patrick Mahomes (KC)

  • Over 290.5 -150
  • Under 290.5 +115

Patrick Mahomes, meanwhile, has -150 odds to go over 290.5 passing yards, and the newly crowned MVP deserves those odds.

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Between the regular season and the Playoffs, Mahomes has played 19 games. He’s only gone under 290 passing yards in seven of them.

That’s ridiculous. It’s so ridiculous that it makes it hard for the NFL sportsbooks to even set lines on someone who does things like that on a regular basis.

Who Will Have More Passing Yards in the game?

  • Jalen Hurts (PHI) +190
  • Patrick Mahomes (KC) -260

For obvious reasons, Mahomes is favored to have more passing yards in the game than Hurts, with -260 odds.

However, it should be mentioned that the Eagles have the number one passing defense in the NFL – they allowed an average of about 170 passing yards per game in the regular season.

If the Eagles can shut down Mahomes, Hurts can be a real underdog contender for this wager on the online sportsbooks.