If you like offense and you’re looking to boost your Super Bowl LII betting haul with some picks on the most exciting part of NFL football in today’s pass-happy times, then you’re going to love the handful of expert offense vs. offense props picks that you’re about to get!

Super Bowl LII

Philadelphia Eagles (15-3) vs. New England Patriots (15-3)

  • NFL Odds: New England -4.5
  • Total: 48
  • Offense scores all TD’s -220
  • TD not scored by offense +180

Analysis: Both picks here are virtual lock certainties. There will definitely be a made field goal by one, if not both, teams. Conversely, I don’t see either team going the entire game without scoring a touchdown.

First Score

  • First score a TD -155
  • First score, not a TD +135

Analysis: In two of the last three Super Bowls, including last year, a touchdown has been the first score of the game. However, I’m thinking both of these teams are going to play some excellent defense right out of the gate to force a field goal!

Jay Ajayi rushing yards

  • Over 60½ -110
  • Under 60½ -110

Analysis: Ajayi rushed for 54 yards in the divisional round and 73 against the Vikings in the NFC title tilt. He tops this doable figure against a Pats defense that finished 20th against the run this season (114.8 YPG).

Eagles Offense Super Bowl LII

Dion Lewis rushing yards

  • Over 50½ -120
  • Under 50½ +100

Analysis: Lewis rushed for 62 yards in the divisional round against Tennessee but was held to just 34 yards in the AFC Championship against Jacksonville, making the Under 50.5 yards against Philly’s stout defense the pick here!

Alshon Jeffery receiving yards

  • Over 52½ -110
  • Under 52½ -110

Analysis: Jeffery averaged 49.3 yards per game during the regular season, but has upped that figure to 73 yards per game in both of Philly’s playoff games this postseason. I’m going to say it’s a lock that he tops this total.

Brandin Cooks receiving yards

  • Over 67½ -110
  • Under 67½ -110

Analysis: Cooks averaged 67.6 yards per game during the regular season, but has dropped slightly to 66.0 yards per game in both of New England’s playoff games this postseason. I’m feeling like he’s going to reach the 68-yard mark in Super Bowl LII, although it’s apparently going to be very close!

PHI Scores

  • PHI scores 22-28 points +243
  • Any other result -285

Analysis: After watching the Birds put a whopping 37 points on the board against Minnesota’s league-leading defense in the NFC Championship, I’ve got Philly finishing between 22-28 points in Super Bowl LII.

NE Scores

  • NE scores 15-21 points+365
  • Any other result -460

Analysis: After watching Tom Brady and company get held to a modest 24 points against Jacksonville in the AFC Championship, I think it’s quite possible they get held to 21 in Super Bowl LII.

Scoring four straight times

  • Either team 4 straight scores +255
  • No team 4 straight scores -310

Analysis: No team will be scoring four straight times in Super Bowl LII.