2022 Super Bowl Player Prop Picks: Hammer the Cooper Kupp, Evan McPherson Overs on PrizePicks

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Welcome to our PrizePicks Super Bowl LVI player prop picks! If you’ve never played, PrizePicks allows users to pick and combine two to five player props to win up to 10x on any entry. PrizePicks designates a player prop or fantasy football point total on select players and users will choose whether that player will go over or under that total. If you’re a player prop bettor who typically uses sportsbook, sign up for PrizePicks using the link below to view and take advantage of their very generous lines. Although the user can combine picks from a variety of sports, this article focuses solely on the 2022 Super Bowl. 

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NFL SUPER BOWL PRIZEPICKS PLAYS

6:30 p.m. (ET) Los Angeles Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals

COOPER KUPP LONGEST PLAY OVER 28.5 YDS

We all know by now that Kupp is an animal of a different breed and that’s why this over was a no-brainer once I saw it. Will he likely go over his receiving total of 101.5 yards? Yes. But, I’m going to roll with him getting loose downfield at least once for over 28.5 yards. He exceeded this total in 13 of 17 regular season games and two of three postseason games.

EVAN MCPHERSON OVER 1.5 FIELD GOALS MADE

The rookie kicker has been AUTOMATIC this season and he’s totally justified his team using a fifth-round draft pick on him. During McPherson’s three playoff games, he’s hit 12 of 12(!) field goals, four in each game, with three converting from 50 yards out. During the regular season, he hit 28 of 33 field goals with a long of 58 yards. This season, he’s attempted at least two field goals in 14 of 20 games and he’s exceeded this total in his last seven games. This is what we call, a lock.

MATTHEW STAFFORD OVER 0.5 INT

Stafford had been pretty smart with the football in the playoffs, throwing zero interceptions through the team’s first two games. However, he reverted to the Stafford of old in the NFC Championship, throwing one interception and lofting up another lollipop that was dropped by Jacquiski Tartt in the fourth quarter. Although I am a huge fan of the gunslinger, it would not surprise me to see Stafford throw one or two interceptions while he’s on the world’s most significant stage. In just three postseason games, the Bengals have picked off six passes, including two last week against Patrick Mahomes.

TEE HIGGINS OVER 65.5 RECEIVING YDS

With Jalen Ramsey set to potentially shadow Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins will see a lot of Donte Deayon on Sunday. Outside of his Wildcard Round dud, Higgins has eclipsed 60 yards receiving in four of five games and is coming off a 103-yard game in the AFC Championship. Expect Higgins to eat across from Chase and potentially lead the team in targets this week.

OTHER PLAYS I LIKE

Matthew Stafford over 4.5 rushing yards; Joe Burrow over 9.5 rushing yards; LA Rams over 6 QB hits; Odell Beckham Jr. over 0.5 touchdowns; Matthew Stafford over 38.5 yards longest play; Tee Higgins over 24.5 yards longest play; Ja’Marr Chase over 3.5 rushing yards

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