The Big Game is almost here.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles square off in Arizona this weekend, and there’s no better way to make Super Bowl Sunday more super than by winning some cash.

Here’s some of my picks that will turn The Big Game into a moneymaker and hopefully ease the pain of not having any NFL games until August. Although, the XFL kicks off on Feb. 18 (Go Battlehawks. Ka-Kaw!)

Odds are courtesy of the sportsbook at Santa Ana Star Casino.

Chiefs WR Kadarious Toney to score the first touchdown of the game (15/1)

Toney can scoot, and I expect him to get loose for a long score in the first quarter.

Will the team that scores first win the game? No (+150)

Don’t celebrate that Toney touchdown with too much fanfare, Chiefs fans. Kansas City won’t be feasting on a deep-fried bird Sunday night as the Eagles will fly high and lift the Lombardi Trophy.

Will Miles Sanders score a touchdown? Yes (+130)

Back in my day, teams ran the ball to win football games. Expect the Eagles to go old school and feed The Sandman early and often, especially in the red zone.

Margin of victory (Eagles 1-6 points 5/2)

In a salary-capped sport where seemingly every game is decided by a field goal, this seems like easy money.

Team to have the most punts (Chiefs -130)

Mahomes has a chooch and he is fun to watch, but a pedestrian receiving corps coupled with an outstanding Philadelphia defense will lead to plenty of work for the KC punter.

Eagles -2 (-115) and under 51.5 (-110)

Stat of the Day: The Eagles can set the all-time record for sacks in the regular season and playoffs if they can bring down Mahomes four times Sunday. The best way to beat a top-notch quarterback is to get pressure consistently without blitzing. The Eagles don’t blitz very much because they don’t have to.

The score: Philadelphia 24-20

The Eagles will have the local sports writers singing their praises after handling the Chiefs and proving that the hiring of head coach Nick Sirianni, which at first appeared to be highly questionable, was actually a heady play.

Are the bets all locks to win on Sunday? You know what, maybe.