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Tracking Rashee Rice’s performance in Super Bowl 58 vs. 49ers

Follow along as we keep tabs on the Chiefs WR throughout Super Bowl 58.

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The Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 58 this evening and wide receiver Rashee Rice has a chance to make a big impact in this championship showdown.

The rookie from SMU emerged as the Chiefs’ most reliable wide receiver option throughout the regular season, hauling in 79 receptions for 938 yards and seven touchdowns. That production carried over into the playoffs, where he caught 20 targets for 223 yards and a TD through three games. Now he’ll be tasked with stepping up against a tough Niners defense in the biggest game of his life.

Follow along below as we keep tabs on Rice’s performance throughout the big game in Las Vegas.

Rashee Rice stats, highlights and props tracker

STATS

End of game: Rice finished Super Bowl 58 with six receptions for 39 yards. He also had two carries for five yards.

End of Regulation: Kansas City and San Francisco are tied 19-19 heading to overtime, the second OT game in Super Bowl history. Rice did not catch a single pass in the second half and still has four catches for 20 yards in the game.

Third Quarter: Rice did not catch a pass in the third quarter and still has four catches for 20 yards in the game.

First Half: Rice caught four passes for 20 yards in the first half. He led the team in receptions as the offense struggled to gain traction through the first two quarters.

First Quarter: Rice caught one pass for no yards as the Chiefs struggled to get much going on offense.

PROPS

First touchdown scorer: +950

Last touchdown scorer: +800

Anytime touchdown scorer: +135

Receiving yards: 67.5 (Over/Under -115)

Receptions: 6.5 (Over -125/Under -105)

Longest reception: 21.5 (Over -120/Under -110)

Player with longest reception: +450

Super Bowl MVP: +5000

This article can also be found in our Ultimate Guide to Super Bowl 58, presented by Frank’s Red Hot.