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Jared Goff #16 of the Los Angeles Rams hands off to Todd Gurley #30 in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released 442 prop bets Thursday night for Super Bowl LIII. Many of those concerned the individual performances of players on the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams.

If you feel like throwing some money on player props, here are five of the best bets to make for the 2019 Super Bowl:

Tom Brady over 282.5 total passing yards (-110)

It’s never a bad idea to bet on the greatest quarterback ever having big numbers in the Super Bowl. Brady set a record last year with 505 passing yards in Super Bowl LII. He’s averaged 433 passing yards in his last three Super Bowls and surpassed 282 yards in 11 straight playoff games.

Todd Gurley under 68.5 total rushing yards (-110)

Gurley had just four rushes for 10 yards in the NFC Championship Game. He failed to rush for more than 48 yards in the final four weeks of the regular season as he dealt with a knee injury. Whether Gurley is still hurting or not, Sean McVay has shown that he won’t be shy about giving carries to C.J. Anderson. The Patriots have given up 60 total rushing yards in two playoff games.

Jared Goff over 38.5 total pass attempts (-110)

If the Rams are going to have trouble running the ball, that means Goff will likely throw the ball more than usual. Goff had 40 passing attempts against the Saints. He went over 38 attempts in all three of Los Angeles’ losses, as well as in close victories over the Chiefs and Seahawks.

Julian Edelman over 6.5 total receptions (-110)

Brady seems to always find Edelman when he needs a big third-down completion. Rob Gronkowski isn’t the same player he once was and Josh Gordon is gone, making Edelman New England’s top weapon in the passing game. He had more than six catches against both the Chargers and Chiefs, and he’s had seven catches or more in nine of his last 10 playoff games.

Stephon Gilmore will intercept a pass (+500)

This isn’t a bad long-shot bet. Gilmore had an interception in the divisional playoffs, and he’ll be going up against a quarterback playing in his first Super Bowl. Maybe Bill Belichick’s defense will find a way to rattle Goff and force him to make a few mistakes. He was picked off once in the conference title game, and Goff nearly has as many interceptions as touchdowns when playing outside of Los Angeles.