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Travis Kelce #87, Clyde Edwards-Helaire #25, and Jerick McKinnon #1 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate as we look at our anytime touchdown scorer predictions for the 2024 Super Bowl.
Travis Kelce #87, Clyde Edwards-Helaire #25, and Jerick McKinnon #1 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after Edwards-Helaire's receiving touchdown. Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images via AFP.

Anytime touchdown scorer prop bets are among the easiest Super Bowl prop predictions to track, and the big payouts that often come with them due to the heightened NFL odds make them among the most gratifying.

Few players in Super Bowl lore are celebrated more than those who crossed the goal line for a touchdown in the Big Game.

As such, anytime touchdown scorer Super Bowl predictions are among the most popular Super Bowl player props. The chance to hunt for inflated Super Bowl odds adds to the fun and the thrill of cashing these tickets.

Unlike many of the Super Bowl novelty props, there's no need to search for the results from someone timing the national anthem on their phone. When these Super Bowl predictions cash, you'll know it. And you'll likely be reminded several more times throughout the rest of the game, in addition to the countless more beginning Monday morning.

In addition to our Chiefs vs. 49ers prediction and our 1st TD Predictions, we're offering our best anytime touchdown scorer prop bets for Super Bowl 2024 based on the odds from our best NFL betting sites. (pick confidence based on a 1-to-4-star scale).

Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Chiefs, RB ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Best odds: +600 via BetMGM

Two weeks ago in the NFC Championship, I recommended Detroit Lions running back David Montgomery as my favorite anytime touchdown scorer prediction. That bet cash late in the first quarter en route to 113 scrimmage yards for Montgomery.

We're back to that well in Super Bowl 58 and targeting a comparable short-yardage threat for the Chiefs. Edwards-Helaire - a former first-round pick - hasn't scored a rushing touchdown since Week 3 with just one receiving score in the time since. That's while allowing a career-low 3.2 yards per attempt and 4.7 attempts per game. Yet, he still had 12 first downs on just 70 total attempts across 15 regular-season games with another three in as many playoff games.

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It's also important to look at recent results over the 49ers' rush defense numbers as a whole this season. San Francisco's been the worst rush defense this postseason after limiting opposing rushers via game script through much of the regular season. While playing tighter games in the playoffs, San Francisco has allowed 262 rushing yards through just two games on 5.35 yards per carry.

I like CEH to exploit the same holes in the Niners' defensive front as Montgomery did in a losing effort two weeks ago.

And, no, I'm not concerned about Edwards-Helaire being limited on the Super Bowl injury report due to an illness.


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Kadarius Toney, Chiefs, WR

Editor's note: ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday morning that Toney is not expected to play in the Super Bowl.

Let's get it out of the way: there's a pretty big chance Toney doesn't even play in the Super Bowl on Sunday. He's also projected for exactly 0.0 touchdowns. But I'm telling you there's a chance.

The former first-round pick of the New York Giants has had a tumultuous season, to say the absolute least. Toney finished the regular season with just 27 receptions (on 38 targets) for 169 yards and a single touchdown. He also hasn't played since Week 15 - when he caught two of four targets for just five yards. All that's pretty tough to do when Patrick Mahomes is your quarterback.

Head coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs have stuck with Toney through it all, though, and who doesn't love a storybook ending?

Toney - in his limited contributions this year - did receive 11 carries. While he took those for just 31 yards (with a long of 14), five of those rushing attempts were in the red zone. The Niners gave up a 42-yard rushing touchdown to Lions receiver Jameson Williams in the NFC Championship, and Reid is one of the best gadget-play callers in the NFL.

To be clear, this bet should be made with only a partial unit, but we're also taking advantage of an outlier price from BetMGM. DraftKings pegs Toney's odds of reaching the end zone in Super Bowl 58 at +950. A $10 bet would net us an extra $25 of profit with the former sportsbook.

Using BetMGM's 58% pregame profit boost brings those +1200 odds up to +1896.

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