In just two seasons, Isiah Pacheco has made a huge impact for the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, and the running back enters Super Bowl 58 with high expectations. Kansas City has become more of a run-first, defensive-oriented team over the past two seasons, and Pacheco has been a driving force with four touchdowns in six postseason appearances.
Among the Super Bowl odds is whether he will end his touchdown streak. Below, we’re taking a look at around 15 of the many prop bets involving the Kansas City running back at top Super Bowl betting sites.
Super Bowl 58 player props: Isiah Pacheco
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How to bet on Isiah Pacheco: 15+ ways to bet on Isiah Pacheco
Pacheco has rushed for a touchdown in four straight playoff games, including the Super Bowl last February, and he is riding a streak of seven straight games with a touchdown heading into this matchup. He is dealing with a toe injury but did not seem limited during his strong performance in the AFC championship at Baltimore.
Most of the props for Pacheco involve his potential to score a touchdown, and when that might occur. There are also various bets on his rushing and receiving yardage and total number of touches. Some books have head-to-head bets available on whether Pacheco will rush for as many yards as Niners lead back Christian McCaffrey, or approach his total.
We didn’t list all of the available bets below, but here is a sampling of Pacheco props.
Rushing yards —
This season, Pacheco rushed for 935 yards and seven touchdowns. He dealt with a shoulder injury that cost him two games but has averaged a solid 4.6 yards per carry and 66.8 rushing yards per game when active.
Rush attempts —
Last postseason, Pacheco logged carry totals of 12, 10, and 15. In these playoffs, he’s had totals of 24, 15, and 24, with the Chiefs nursing leads in the second half of two of those three games.
Longest rush —
There are bets for Pacheco’s longest rush, and also the nature of his first rush in terms of yardage or direction. Bettors can also wager on his rushing yards in the first quarter or the first half.
Pacheco has been involved in the passing game at times, and his role could remain consistent if Jerick McKinnon (groin) is not able to suit up in the Super Bowl. Pacheco caught four passes in the AFC championship and five for 59 yards in the AFC title game against Cincinnati last season. He did not record a reception in the Super Bowl against Philadelphia.
Receiving yards —
Pacheco averaged 17.4 receiving yards per game on an average of 3.1 receptions this season. The 49ers allowed the fifth-most receptions (90) and eighth-most receiving yards (625) to running backs this season. There are also bets available that combine Pacheco’s rushing and receiving yards.
TD scorer —
Only Christian McCaffrey has odds shorter than Pacheco to find the end zone in the Super Bowl. His odds to score the first or last touchdown of the game are relatively short in correlation. Books are also offering odds on the exact order of the first two touchdown scorers, with McCaffrey and Pacheco appearing as potential options.
Other fun bets (Super Bowl MVP) —
A long-shot bet would be Pacheco to win the Super Bowl MVP. If you are looking to stay risky, betting on Pacheco to break the Super Bowl record with 205-plus rushing yards would generate huge odds at most books. Similarly, Pacheco to score four or more touchdowns carries very long odds. And another proposition is on Pacheco to reach 150 combined rushing and receiving yards.
More ways to bet on Pacheco
Pacheco is getting the second shortest odds to lead the game in rushing, behind McCaffrey, who rushed for a league-high 1,459 yards this season. He trails Patrick Mahomes, Brock Purdy, McCaffrey, Travis Kelce, and Deebo Samuel in Super Bowl MVP odds. Some books are offering a bet on any running back to win Super Bowl MVP, with the second-shortest odds behind quarterbacks.
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