The Super Bowl is set to take place on Sunday, and there are some great opportunities to make some bets for the big game. Some of the best betting options are going to come from props, and there is a long list of prop bets to explore.

One unique way to bet on props is to check out some head to head Super Bowl props, and those odds have now been set. Not all of the head to head matchups are going to be equal as some tend to stand out more than others. 

Here are some of the prop bets that you should look to make for Super Bowl LVIII. You can bet on all of these over at BetDSI!

First Running Back to 10 Yards

There is going to be a big focus on the quarterbacks in this matchup, but each team is able to rack up yards on the ground as well. That is going to lead to a great betting opportunity when trying to compare Isiah Pacheco and Christian McCaffrey.

When betting on which running back to get to 10 yards first, McCaffrey is the big favorite at -200. There is a ton of value in betting on Pacheco at +160, especially if Kansas CIty is going to get the football first.

You should always be looking for value when betting on props, and this is one that stands out right away. Bet on Pacheco at +160 to be the first running back to get to 10 yards in the Super Bowl.

Battle of the Tight Ends

Two of the best tight ends in the sport will be on the field in the Super Bowl as Travis Kelce and George Kittle are both great players. Each player is expected to have a big day in the Super Bowl, but it is Kelce that tends to have a bigger impact right away. 

When betting on which tight end will rack up 20 receiving yards first, Kelce is the clear betting favorite at -220. It seems pretty likely that Kelce will end up with more receiving yards, but George Kittle could get into the mix right away. 

The odds for Kittle to get to 20 yards first is set at +180 (at BetDSI), and that is another bet that you are going to want to make. 

Longest Reception

There are a couple of different matchups to look at when trying to figure out who is going to have the longest reception in the Super Bowl. When looking at those odds, all of the head to head matchups are going to feature players from San Francisco. 

The first odds feature a matchup between a pair of wide receivers as Brandon Aiyuk is listed at -170 and Deebo Samuel is at +140. Aiyuk is the deep threat for San Francisco, but Samuel is able to rack up the yards after the catch.

The other matchup to look at has Deebo Samuel at -125 and George Kittle at -105. This is a more interesting matchup as these two players play different positions for the 49ers. 

If you are going to bet on the longest reception, it’s best to go with Deebo Samuel in both matchups. Samuel is going to have a massive game in the Super Bowl, and there is value in both of those wagers.