Super Bowl LVI: Ja’Marr Chase Player Props

Find Ja’Marr Chase player props and compare across multiple sportsbooks. A big part of the Bengals’ excellent season has been Ja’Marr Chase, the rookie wide receiver who has hit the ground running and then some. Chase finished the regular season with 81 catches for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns, breaking several records for rookie production in the process. Chase was limited to six catches for 54 yards against the Chiefs in the AFC Championship, although he did score a touchdown. In the Bengals’ last two postseason games, he averaged 112.5 receiving yards per game. Will we see him break that 100-yard threshold again?

Ja’Marr Chase Player Props

Ja’Marr Chase Over/Under 5.5 Receptions

The over on this prop is significantly juiced to close to -150 on some sportsbooks, which is typically a good indication of sharp action on that side. However, Chase has only gone over this line in eight of his twenty games this season which is a 40% hit rate. Chase has gone over in four of his last six games, including two of his three playoff games. The Rams are a stout defense in all respects, and there’s no doubt that defensive coordinator Raheem Morris will spend the two weeks leading up to this game putting together a game plan to slow down Chase. Given the juice on the over here, I’d lean towards the under, but I’m staying away from this bet.

The Pick: Lean Under 5.5 Receptions

Ja’Marr Chase Over/Under 79.5 Receiving Yards

This prop isn’t nearly as juiced as Chase’s receptions prop, so if you want action on the standout wideout, this is the place I’d look. This season, Chase has been explosive down the stretch with 114.2 receiving yards per game over his last five games, including 93 receiving yards per game in the playoffs. However, Chase went over 79.5 receiving yards in just eight of his twenty games this season, a 40% hit rate. However, the Rams play a ton of zone defense, and Chase hasn’t been nearly as productive against zone defense as he has against man. Even if the Rams’ game plan is to put Jalen Ramsey in shadow coverage against Chase, that’s not much better of an outlook for him this week.

The Pick: Lean Under 79.5 Receiving Yards

Ja’Marr Chase Longest Reception Over/Under 27.5 Yards

The Rams haven’t given up a lot of big plays this season, and during the regular season, they allowed the tenth-lowest rate of explosive plays in football. Ja’Marr Chase had a long reception over 34 yards in each of the season’s first seven games, but defenses started to figure out how to limit him a bit down the stretch with more zone coverage. In four of his last thirteen games of the season (30%), and now he faces an elite secondary in the Rams. Burrow will be under fire all game which should also limit Chase’s ability to pick up extended plays downfield. All it takes is one long completion for this to hit, so I’m not betting this personally, but I lean the under here.

The Pick: Lean Under 27.5 Yards

Ja’Marr Chase Touchdown Scorer

Chase hadn’t scored in three straight games before the touchdown in the last game against the Chiefs. While he did have 13 touchdowns during the regular season, seven of those touchdowns came in just three games. In the other 14 games, he only scored six times. I’m betting on the Rams to win and cover in this game, and I don’t see the Bengals having a tremendous offensive performance. With only one or two touchdowns scored by Cincy in this game, I’m not confident in Chase getting one of them, and I won’t be betting this at around even odds.

The Pick: Don’t Bet Chase to Score

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