Super Bowl Betting: Jalen Hurts Prop Betting Guide

  • Hurts has -118 odds to pass for more than 246.5 yards in the Super Bowl.
  • Hurts has -126 odds to go over 50.5 rushing yards in the big game as well.

LAS VEGAS - Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles is arguably the most important player on the field during the Super Bowl, and bettors can wager on his odds, and examine the implication that his props may have on the game overall.

Hurts makes a difference in the game with his arm, of course, but he’s a dangerous runner as well, and both O/Us can show how the online sportsbooks expect Super Bowl 57 to play out.

Jalen Hurts Passing Yards O/U Odds

  • Over 246.5 -118
  • Under 246.5 -110

Hurts’ passing yards O/U is almost 50 yards lower than his counterpart, Patrick Mahomes’. In fact, Hurts has only gone over 246.5 passing yards in five of his games played this season, including the playoffs.

Even more concerning for this O/U is the fact that Hurts has had two of his three worst games in terms of passing yards in the Playoffs this year.

Against the New York Giants in the Divisional Round, he passed 24 times, completing 16 of them for 154 yards in the air.

Against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game, Hurts was not needed as a passer, completing 15 of 25 passes for 121 yards.

That performance was actually his worst game of the season in terms of passing yards – mostly because he didn’t need to pass, as the 49ers had no quarterbacks left, and the Eagles won 31-7.

Jalen Hurts Rushing Yards O/U Odds

  • Over 50.5 -126
  • Under 50.5 -104

Hurts’ legs are at least as important to the Eagles as his arm – their offensive system is predicated on leveraging the threat of his legs to open up other parts of the offense.

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This means he’s more of a threat than he is an actual runner – he has only one game over 100 rushing yards this season.

That said, he’s gone over 50.5 rushing yards in seven games this season, although he has not done so in the playoffs.

The number one determinant of whether or not Hurts goes over 50.5 rushing yards seems to simply be rushing attempts.

All but one of his overs have involved double-digit rushing attempts, with that one coming in a dominating performance against the New York Giants in the regular season.

NFL betting fans should consider how much usage they expect Hurts to get before wagering on this prop.