It’s Chiefs vs. Bills in the AFC Championship. It’s Patrick Mahomes vs. Josh Allen. What more could football fans want? On papers, this battle shapes up with the potential to be an instant classic.
There are big names on both teams and there are a ton of opportunities to cash in, so let’s take a closer look at some of the best Bills vs. Chiefs prop bets and picks.
Bills vs. Chiefs Props
Here is the current line on Chiefs vs. Bills at DraftKings Sportsbook:
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Patrick Mahomes Over 2.5 Touchdowns (+102)
Despite some injury and availability concerns, here’s some advice. Roll with Patrick Mahomes on this one.
He appears to be ready to go after leaving last week’s game with a concussion. If Mahomes does play, he’s capable of putting up insane numbers. There seems to be this idea in recent weeks that this Chiefs team is flawed, or broken.
That’s fine–but Mahomes and the Chiefs were on their way to putting up 30+ points last week before some kicking issues and his injury. He’s the best quarterback in the game and has had big success in this round. There’s no reason, which includes a middling Bills defense, that won’t continue on Sunday night.
The reigning Super Bowl MVP has thrown for three or more touchdowns in three of his six career playoff games. Throughout his entire career, he’s thrown for three or more touchdowns in 24 of 52 games. We would love for the odds to be a bit better for this one, but trust in Mahomes.
Again, we expect to see both teams air it out rather than try to dominate possession. Establishing the run is great in theory, but it’s tough to stick to it when the other team is throwing for touchdowns.
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Stefon Diggs More Receiving Yards Than Travis Kelce (-115)
This one is going to be tight, but Stefon Diggs has the slight edge over Travis Kelce.
For one, Diggs led the NFL in receiving yards with over 1,500 in his first year as a Buffalo Bill. Kelce was nipping at his heels with over 1,400 receiving yards of his own (in one fewer game).
But still, as close as they were during the regular season, Diggs has slightly more potential as a deep threat. Diggs can take the top off the defense at any moment. Kelce is certainly capable of big plays, but not quite in the same way as Diggs, particularly considering the Buffalo receiver has the benefit of playing in an offense that doesn’t look remotely interested in running thee football.
Diggs is the undoubted No. 1 option for Buffalo. Kelce or Tyreek Hill can be Mahomes’ go-to guy depending on the day.
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Travis Kelce Any Time Touchdown Scorer (-125)
We didn’t want to leave Kelce out of the party completely. He might not put up the kind of yards that Diggs will on Sunday, but he will find the end zone.
Kelce has scored a touchdown in each of his last five games. He’s the guy that Mahomes looks to when they get in the red zone and he’s always in the mix, even in obvious rushing downs. We would like for the odds to be a little bit better on this one, but Kelce will score on Sunday.
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