- Dallas Goedert has -130 odds to go over 48.5 receiving yards in the Super Bowl.
- The Kansas City Chiefs gave up 47 yards per game to tight ends.
- Goedert put up 702 receiving yards in only 12 games for an average of 58.5 receiving yards per game.
PHILADELPHIA - Dallas Goedert of the Philadelphia Eagles has a chance to etch his name in history as the Eagles face off against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57.
Goedert, as a tight end, caught 55 passes for 702 yards this season despite playing in only 12 regular season games.
Dallas Goedert Super Bowl Receiving Yards Odds
- Over 48.5 -130
- Under 48.5 +100
Between the regular season and the Eagles’ two Playoff games, Goedert has played fourteen games this season. He’s gone over 48.5 receiving yards in eight of them, and under in the remaining six.
The Chiefs give up an average of 47 yards per game to opposing tight ends, on an average of 4.63 receptions and 7.05 targets.
It should be noted that Goedert has an iron grip on the TE1 position for the Eagles. He’s only had four games with a snap share under 90%, and all four of those games were double-digit blowout victories.
In 2021, when Goedert’s Eagles matched up against the Chiefs, he caught five balls on five targets for 56 yards and a touchdown – and the online sportsbooks might have been paying attention.
Dallas Goedert Super Bowl Receptions Odds
- Over 4.5 -143
- Under 4.5 +110
Speaking of getting five receptions, that’s what Goedert needs in order to hit his receptions O/U – for now.
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As NFL betting fans know, a line getting as long as -143 to the over can often be the forerunner to the line itself moving. Don’t be shocked if this line moves up a half-point, or even a full point to 5.5.
In his fourteen games between the regular season and the Playoffs, Goedert went over 4.5 receptions eight times, and under six times.
Of those eight times, four were games in which he had exactly five receptions, so if the line moves up to 5.5, trends suggest it’ll hit the under.
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