Matthew Stafford Joe Burrow

  • There are +125 odds on Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow to have 2+ touchdowns each.
  • Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford have +140 odds to throw for 600+ yards.
  • There are +250 odds on Stafford and Burrow combining for 5+ touchdowns.

LOS ANGELES – One of the biggest matchups within Super Bowl 56 has to be between Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow. They have been two of the top quarterbacks in the NFL this season and there are plenty of odds that offer value on them for the Super Bowl.

In particular, legal sports betting sites have combined player prop odds for both Stafford and Burrow that have plenty of upside. Those odds include each of them throwing for 2+ touchdowns and also 600+ passing yards.

Matthew Stafford/Joe Burrow Combined Player Props Odds

  • J. Burrow & M. Stafford 1+ Passing TD Each -700
  • J. Burrow & M. Stafford 2+ Passing TD Each +125
  • J. Burrow & M. Stafford To Combine For 600+ Passing Yards +140
  • J. Burrow & M. Stafford To Combine For 5+ Passing TDs +250

Sure Thing

There is a reason that Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford have -700 Super Bowl odds to each have 1+ passing touchdowns. Stafford has thrown at least one touchdown in every game this season while Burrow has thrown at least a touchdown in all but two games in the regular season and playoffs.

Great Value

The NFL odds on both Burrow and Stafford combining for 2+ passing touchdowns and 600+ passing yards could be some of the best Super Bowl props out there. Starting with each of them throwing for 2 touchdowns, they have each held their own on multiple occasions this season. Burrow has thrown for two or more touchdowns twice in the playoffs and 11 times in the regular season. Stafford has thrown 2+ touchdowns in all three playoff games and in 13 regular-season games.

As for the yardage, both of these quarterbacks have been elite this season as Stafford has gone for 4,886 passing yards and Burrow with 4,611 yards. In the playoffs, Stafford has held his side of the odds with 300+ passing yards in two games. Burrow has done this just once in the playoffs, however, he has shown promise to end the regular season going over 300 yards in four of the Bengals’ last five games and over 400 yards twice in that span.

Low Risk-High Reward

Both quarterbacks have seen several games this season with 3+ touchdowns this year. Burrow has thrown for over three touchdowns in six games while Stafford has done this in eight games. Even though both players have the ability to hit this mark, both defenses have held their own in the playoffs. In each of their three playoff games, they are allowing just two touchdowns per game. Even then, these odds offer a high reward even on a $50 risk as it would profit $125.

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