Super Bowl LVI: Matthew Stafford Player Props

Get Matthew Stafford player props for Super Bowl LVI. In Stafford’s first season in Los Angeles, he’s elevated his play to a new level as he’s gone further in the postseason than ever before. His play has improved as the season has gone on, and he’s ready to cement himself as one of the greats in our game. The Rams will rely on his big arm to get the win in this game, meaning there can be some excellent value on his player props. You can use the player prop search tool below to find the best odds in your specific market. Let’s take a look at the available player props for Stafford.

Matthew Stafford Player Props

Matthew Stafford Over/Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns

Stafford has thrown for 2+ touchdowns in five straight games now and in nine of his last ten games overall. With Cooper Kupp playing at an impossibly elite level, Odell Beckham Jr. continuing to emerge, and Stafford’s chemistry with Sean McVay only improving as the season has gone on, it’s not surprising to see him so consistent in this regard. At -225 odds, you aren’t getting a good value on this prop, so I don’t mind staying away from betting it straight. However, I wanted to include it here as I believe it’s an excellent parlay piece with other props. If you can parlay this Stafford prop with Cooper Kupp Anytime TD Scorer, I’d take that in a heartbeat.

The Pick: Bet Stafford Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns Parlayed with Another Prop

Matthew Stafford Over/Under 5.5 Rushing Yards

You may not think of rushing volume when you think of Matthew Stafford, but he’s become more confident as a runner in recent weeks. In fact, he’s averaged 12 rushing yards per game over the Rams’ three playoff games. As the Bengals dropped seven or eight players into coverage against the Chiefs, Mahomes ran for 19 yards, and they might employ a similar approach in this game. Proceed with caution on this prop, as Stafford has finished with no rushing yards more often than not this year, but it only requires one play, and I lean towards the over here. Some books are offering him over 6.5 rushing and receiving yards, and if you think the Rams could dial up a creative play where he becomes a pass-catcher, that’s an interesting angle.

The Pick: Lean Over 5.5 Rushing Yards

Matthew Stafford Over/Under 279.5 Passing Yards

Stafford has been electric in the Rams’ last two games, and he has averaged 351.5 passing yards over those two playoff contests. The Bengals have allowed 248.5 passing yards per game this year, the seventh-most in the NFL, and Patrick Mahomes and Derek Carr have both achieved the over on this line against them in this year’s postseason. With the Rams’ rushing offense, not a huge factor and Cooper Kupp seemingly always open, it’s a decent bet that Stafford will get to the over here. The one concern I would have is the game script could lean towards a lower-scoring game with the Rams in the lead, but those factors haven’t affected his volume as much in recent weeks.

The Pick: Lean Over 279.5 Passing Yards