Best Chiefs Vs. Bills Prop Betting Lines To Take

  • Devin Singletary has -130 odds in favor of his UNDER 15.5 carries prop.
  • Josh Allen has -180 odds to throw for more than 1.5 touchdowns.
  • Travis Kelce has a -115 betting line in favor of his OVER 71.5 receptions.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills should make up one of the more exciting games of the week, but the prop betting lines may bring the most return.

Devin Singletary Rush Attempts: UNDER 15.5

The Bills aren’t necessarily a run-first team. Even in the 47-17 win over the New England Patriots, Devin Singletary just barely hit his rush attempts total set by NFL betting sites. He’s likely to do so again this weekend.

Devin Singletary Rush Attempts Odds

  • OVER 15.5 EVEN
  • UNDER 15.5 -130

Singletary hit this number just five times in 18 games this season. Plus, as the Chiefs are favored in the game, it’s possible that the Bills are forced to throw the ball even more than usual as they attempt to play catch up. He had just 40% of his team’s carries this season, showing he’s not even a lock to be the main option in the backfield.

Josh Allen Passing Touchdowns: OVER 1.5

Those betting on the NFL are surely aware of Josh Allen and his role in the Bills offense. However, they may look past his passing touchdowns prop in the assumption that sportsbooks have taken away its value. That is not the case.

Josh Allen Passing Touchdown Odds

  • OVER 1.5 -180
  • UNDER 1.5 +140

Allen threw at least two touchdowns in 14 of his 18 games this season including in five of his six last outings. This is not a tall order for one of the best players on the field and this wager should be used in any way possible.

Travis Kelce Receiving Yards: OVER 71.5

Many would consider Patrick Mahomes to be the best player in the game, but his top pass-catching option, Travis Kelce, may be the one with better odds to take advantage of. His receptions number may be set too low.

Travis Kelce Receiving Yards Odds

  • OVER 71.5 -115
  • UNDER 71.5 -115

Although Kelce has only gone OVER this number eight times in his 17 games this season, he has a knack for picking it up in the playoffs. He averages 84.6 yards per game in the playoffs in his career. There may not be a safer bet than Kelce’s involvement in the offense.

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