How to Bet Joe Mixon Super Bowl Prop Bets

How to Bet Joe Mixon Super Bowl Prop Bets

Everyone is betting on the Super Bowl and prop bets are by far the most popular wager to make. The prop bets may be as simple as the coin toss or the National Anthem or it may even include player props like the ones involving Joe Burrow or Matthew Stafford. But Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon is getting no respect when it comes to sports betting predictions. But we have uncovered the Joe Mixon Super Bowl Prop Bets that you have to bet on.

The Heartbeat of the Bengals

Everyone talks about quarterback Joe Burrow and all of the weapons that he has at his disposal, but Joe Mixon is the heartbeat of this team. His ability to run the ball opens up the pass and he can also catch short passes to take the pressure off Burrow. Regardless if the Bengals win or lose, Mixon will touch the ball often and that is a moneymaker.

Mixon over 62.5 Yards


Everywhere you look, the under is being touted as the play. It makes sense because Mixon has only eclipsed this number twice in the last eight games. That is why everyone wants to bet this to go under, but it’s the biggest game of the year. Bengals coach Zac Taylor will have to take the pressure off of Burrow and he does that with the run. Mixon will go over this rushing total.

Mixon Anytime Touchdown


Mixon will score a touchdown in this game. If they are close to the goal line, he is the guy that gets the ball. He has only scored twice in his last seven games, but he is the main ball carrier. If they get anywhere near the goal line it is Mixon that will have dibs on scoring. Mixon will score a touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday.

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