Gronk’s Super Bowl 55 Props Underscored By Playoff Experience

  • Rob Gronkowski’s total for receiving yards is set at 29.5 yards.
  • Rob Gronkowski’s total for receptions is set at 2.5 receptions.

TAMPA, Fla. - With the Super Bowl just days away, Super Bowl bettors should begin looking at some of the player prop bets that are available.

One player that has many different player props for SB 55 is Rob Gronkowski.

Rob Gronkowski – Total Receptions

  • Over 2.5 -115
  • Under 2.5 -115

Rob Gronkowski – Total Receiving Yards

  • Over 29.5 -125
  • Under 29.5 -105

Starting with Gronk’s Super Bowl odds for his receptions, the under may seem like the way to go. In Gronkowski’s last three games, he has only had three receptions.

In addition, he has also only seen 13 targets over his last five games, not getting much opportunity.

However, bettors can also take into consideration the 10 conference championship and Super Bowl games that Gronk has been in into consideration. In such games, Gronkowski averaged 4.7 receptions per game and at least five receptions in six of those games.

He has also hit this Over mark this season in seven games.

As for Gronkowski’s NFL odds for his receiving yard total, the Over is favored.

This could be considering that Gronk has 297 receiving yards in his 4-game Super Bowl career, including a 116-yard outing in 2018 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

As for how Gronk has done this season hitting the Over, he has done so in eight games.

Gronk Player Comparison – Receiving Yards

  • Rob Gronkowski -130
  • Mecole Hardman +100

On the season, Gronk has put up 63 more yards than Hardman as he finished his season with 623 yards while Hardman was at 560 yards.

Although, Gronk is favored here for a reason being that he does see more field time than Hardman as he is the Buccaneers starting tight end while Hardman is at best the fourth receiving option for the Chiefs.

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With that said, Gronk’s odds could be taken with confidence.

Gronk Player Comparison – Catch First

  • Rob Gronkowski -115
  • Sammy Watkins -115

Although these odds are standard, bettors should stay away from Gronk here. Gronk sits behind both Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and even Antonio Brown who get more targets than Gronk when on the field.

Looking at Sammy Watkins though, he lines up as the number two wide receiver on the field and the third option overall behind Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce. When it comes down to it, Watkins is set up better to catch a reception before Gronk.

Gronk Player Comparison – Receiving Yards

  • Cameron Brate -130
  • Rob Gronkowski -105

Gronk Player Comparison – Receptions

  • Cameron Brate -135
  • Rob Gronkowski +105

Looking at the comparison between Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate’s player prop, Brate is the favorite. Although Gronk lines up as the starting tight end for the Buccaneers, Brate has been outplaying him in the playoffs thus far.

Brate has seen all three playoff games with three or more receptions compared to Gronk’s two in three games.

As for the receiving yards, Brate has seen 50 or more yards in two of the three playoff games as well while Gronk has seen just 29 and 14 yards in the two games that he caught a reception. With that said, Brate should be taken across the board at online sportsbooks when going up against Gronkowski.

Other Super Bowl LV Rob Gronkowski Props

Aside from Rob Gronkowski’s single-player props, there are other player odds that Super Bowl bettors can take a look at as well such as who will have the first catch of the game and who will have the first catch for the Buccaneers.

Gronk is going into the Super Bowl with +600 odds to have the first reception for the Buccaneers and +800 for the first catch of the game. Looking at the yardage props, Gronk has +850 odds to lead the Buccaneers in receiving yards and also +1800 to have the most receiving yards in the game overall.

Some of these Super Bowl props must be taken beforehand while others can be bet on live during the Super Bowl. However, it’s never a good idea to wait to get in your action.