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Super Bowl Quarterbacks: Who Will Be More Productive, Burrow or Stafford? Predictions, Prop Bets, Picks

  • Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burrow was sacked more (51) than any other QB this season 
  • Los Angeles Rams QB Matthew Stafford co-led the league in INTs (17) this season
  • A half-dozen Super Bowl QB FAQs are answered 

In the Big Game being played on February 13th, two of the NFL’s playmaking quarterbacks will be facing off against each other’s defense, and the oddsmakers have some idea as to which one will have a more productive evening overall.

Get your betting kitty ready for a half dozen exciting Super Bowl Quarterbacks prop bets that can make the game all that more exciting to watch, a list that we go over one by one to give you an edge on each, these two quarterbacks about to have the biggest games of their careers.

For extra fun, we also included a half dozen Super Bowl QB FAQs at the end to give you some extra conversational ammo to bring to whatever festive Big Game party you decide to attend.

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Super Bowl Quarterbacks Burrow vs Stafford Odds

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Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Passing Yards

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Passing Yards Over Under
Joe Burrow O 276.5 (-115)

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U 276.5 (-115)

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Matthew Stafford O 279.5 (-115)

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U 279.5 (-115)

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During the regular season, Matthew Stafford averaged 287.4 passing yards per game and Joe Burrow averaged 288.2, but in the postseason those numbers have changed, with Stafford increasing to 352.3 passing yards per playoff game and Burrow only averaging 280.7.

Pick:

Burrow U 279.5, Stafford O279.5

Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Passing TDs

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Passing TDs Over Under
Joe Burrow O 1.5 (-155)

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U 1.5 (+115)

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Matthew Stafford O 1.5 (-235)

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U 1.5 (+170)

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The idea that Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford are only going to throw one touchdown pass during this game seems to defy all logic considering it only happened six times this season for Burrow so far and just four times for Stafford, and that includes these postseason games.

Pick:

Burrow O1.5, Stafford O1.5

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Interceptions

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Interceptions Over Under
Joe Burrow O 0.5 (-120)

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U 0.5 (-110)

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Matthew Stafford O 0.5 (-135)

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U 0.5 (+100)

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Matthew Stafford co-led the league in interceptions this season with 17, including one in the postseason, and Joe Burrow has thrown 14 picks but two in the postseason, so chances are both of these guys are going to throw it to the other team at least once during the Super Bowl.

Pick:

Burrow O 0.5, Stafford O 0.5

Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Pass + Rush Yards

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Pass + Rush Yards Over Under
Joe Burrow O 291.5 (-115)

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U 291.5 (-115)

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Matthew Stafford O 288.5 (-115)

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U 288.5 (-115)

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Of the two of these QBs, you could argue that Burrow is the better scrambler, though both of these hurlers do their best work from out of the pocket, so don’t count on them to get a ton of rushing yards, especially given the effective pass rush of both teams.

Pick:

Burrow U 288.5, Stafford U 288.5

Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Completions

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Completions Over Under
Joe Burrow O 24.5 (-135)

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U 24.5 (+100)

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Matthew Stafford O 24.5 (-120)

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U 24.5 (-110)

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Considering Joe Burrow led the league in completion percentage (70.4) during the regular season, it seems likely that he will continue his dominance in this one, and with Matthew Stafford beating this Over twice so far in the post season, count on both to do it here.

Pick:

Burrow O 24.5, Stafford O 24.5

Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Passing Attempts

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Passing Yards Over Under
Joe Burrow O 37.5 (-110)

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U 37.5 (-120)

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Matthew Stafford O 35.5 (-130)

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U 35.5 (+100)

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These numbers seem a bit high considering Burrow average 32.5 passing attempts per game in the regular season and Stafford averaged 35.35, so take the Under for both here since the Big Game defenses tend to buckle down more during this part of the postseason.

Pick:

Burrow U 37.5, Stafford U 35.5

Joe Burrow vs Matthew Stafford Longest Completion

Joe Burrow Matthew vs Stafford Longest Completion Over Under
Joe Burrow O 38.5 (-120)

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U 38.5 (-110)

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Matthew Stafford O 38.5 (-120)

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U 38.5 (-110)

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During the regular season, Joe Burrow’s longest completion was 82 yards, and for Matthew Stafford it was 79 yards, but in the postseason, it is much tougher to toss for huge compleions since defenses have had so much time to game plan and get healthy, still, take the Overs here.

Pick:

Burrow O 38.5, Stafford O38.5

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Super Bowl Quarterback FAQs

Here is a half-dozen of your Super Bowl QB frequently asked questions answered.

Who was the youngest QB to win the Super Bowl?

In 2006, the Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL led by the youngest ever QB to play in the Big Game, with 23-year-old “Big” Ben Roethlisberger under center for them, the youngest quarterback ever to help his team win a Lombardi Trophy, this QB now since retired.

Which QB has the most Super Bowl wins?

The GOAT Tom Brady has the most Super Bowl rings of any player, past or present, with seven Super Bowl wins to his name, six with the New England Patriots (2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019), and one with the team he just retired from, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2021).

Who is the oldest QB to ever win the Super Bowl?

Tom Brady was 44-years old when he won Super Bowl LV with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the seventh Big Game win in his career, the final score 31-9 over the befuddled Kansas City Chiefs.

Which QB has the most Super Bowl appearances?

The QB with the most Super Bowl appearances is Tom Brady with ten, nine of those being as leader of the New England Patriots, and the last one as the hurler of the Buccaneers, with John Elway of the Denver Broncos next in line with five Super Bowl appearances.

How many Black QBs have played in a Super Bowl?

Seven African American NFL quarterbacks have played in the Super Bowl:

  1. Doug Williams (won Super Bowl XXII) with the Washington Redskins
  2. Steve McNair (lost Super Bowl XXXIV) with the Tennessee Titans
  3. Donovan McNabb (lost Super Bowl XXXIX) with the Philadelphia Eagles
  4. Colin Kaepernick (lost Super Bowl XLVII) with the San Francisco 49ers
  5. Russell Wilson (won Super Bowl XLVIII, lost Super Bowl XLIX) with the Seattle Seahawks
  6. Cam Newton (lost Super Bowl 50) with the Carolina Panthers
  7. Patrick Mahomes (won Super Bowl LIV, lost Super Bowl LV) with the Kansas City Chiefs

How Many Black QBs have won a Super Bowl?

Three African American quarterbacks have won a Super Bowl ring with their teams, the first being SB MVP Doug Williams with the Washington Redskins (XXII), the second being Russell Wilson with the Seattle Seahawks (XLVII), and the third is SB MVP Patrick Mahomes with the Kansas Cit Chiefs (LIV).

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How to Watch Super Bowl LVI

Super Bowl LVI Information
What Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams
Where SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California
When Sunday, February 13, 2021; 6:30 PM ET
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