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Best Bets for Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Isiah Pacheco in Super Bowl 58

Find out our best bets for the Chiefs' star trio

Isiah Pacheco has at least one TD in seven straight games
Isiah Pacheco has at least one TD in seven straight games / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
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3. Travis Kelce OVER 72.5 Yards (-110)

Kelce officially put his stamp on this playoff run in the AFC Championship game, catching 11 passes for 116 yards and a TD in one of the best performances of his career.

In his last 12 playoff games, he's compiled at least 73 yards 11 times. The one time he fell short? He got 71 against the Dolphins, and even then he still had 10 targets in frigid conditions.

Kelce remains the focal point of the Chiefs' offense, an unsolvable puzzle for defenses thanks in large part to his legendary chemistry with Mahomes. He knows the stakes, and Mahomes will look Kelce's way early and often to cement one of the best runs we've ever seen.

4. Travis Kelce Anytime TD (-105)

If I think Kelce is in store for a big game, that likely means he'll find the end zone as well. Kelce has at least one TD in 13 of his last 16 playoff games, totaling an obscene 18 in that time!

At the very least, we know Mahomes will look Kelce's way in the red zone, and he's still capable of catching a longer pass too if Andy Reid wants to get creative.

With the poor performances from the 49ers' defense in recent weeks, I think Kelce is good for at least one TD, and I wouldn't mind taking a look at his props for two as well. It's been the 'Year of Kelce (and Swift)' and there's no better way to cap it off than with a TD to help win the Super Bowl.

Finally, let's jump into props for the stud back that "runs like he bites people."