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Tracking DeVonta Smith’s performance in Super Bowl 57 vs. Chiefs

DeVonta Smith has been crucial for the Eagles all season. We’ll track his performance throughout Super Bowl 57.

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Final update: DeVonta Smith finished with 7 catches for 100 yards, and no touchdowns as the Eagles lost to the Chiefs 38-35. Chiefs K Harrison Butchker kicked a go-ahead field goal with 8 seconds to seal the win.

Halftime update: Smith has 6 catches for 55 yards after two quarters. The Eagles lead the Chiefs 24-14. Smith will look to join his teammate A.J. Brown and grab a catch for a touchdown in the second half. He had a nice play on the sideline but the play was overturned.

End of 1st quarter update: Smith is off to a quick start, grabbing 4 catches for 46 yards. He is leading the Eagles in both categories. Smith had a key 23-yard reception on the opening drive which lead to a Jalen Hurts touchdown.

Smith took a shot from Chiefs S Justin Reid, but withstood the after effects for a good first quarter. He is just 17 yards shy of hitting his prop of 62.5 receiving yards.

The Philadelphia Eagles will square off against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. Kickoff from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 12 while airing on FOX.

Eagles WR DeVonta Smith noticed a substantial uptick in every statistical category in 2022, which was his sophomore campaign in the NFL. Smith averaged 53.9 receiving yards per game as a rookie, and that mark jumped to 70.4 in the 2022 regular season. Overall, Smith finished the regular season with 95 catches on 136 targets, amounting to 1,196 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.

Smith has numerous Super Bowl prop bets listed at DraftKings Sportsbook. Here are some of the most noteworthy options: O/U 62.5 receiving yards, O/U 5.5 receptions, anytime touchdown scorer odds: +165

This article can also be found in our Ultimate Guide to Super Bowl 57, presented by Frank’s Red Hot.