NFL Props: Target Chiefs Offense Vs Raiders In Week 14

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) before the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium.
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The first-place Kansas City Chiefs host the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, and if you remember the last time these two teams met, a month ago in Las Vegas, there were Chiefs’ offensive fireworks all night long. Will a similar situation play out this time in Arrowhead? What does that mean for betting NFL props?

We’ll take a look at that while examining the top NFL props for the Chiefs in this matchup.

All odds courtesy of BetPrep, updated 5 AM Eastern on Dec. 7.

Patrick Mahomes Vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Kansas City quarterback #15 Patrick Mahomes scrambles in a 2021 road game.
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The Prop: Patrick Mahomes Passing Yards
The Odds: Over 313.5 yards (-114)/Under 313.5 yards (-116)

It’s been an up and down season for Patrick Mahomes, and yet he is still in the top-five in passing yards and total touchdowns. Mahomes has four games of more than 300 yards passing, including a season-high of 406 against these Raiders. In fact, in his last three games against the Raiders, Mahomes has thrown for 340, 348, and 406.

Mahomes also had a 443-yard game against the Raiders and has 20 touchdown passes to just three interceptions.

In short, Patrick Mahomes loves playing against the Raiders, as do bettors who take the OVER.

Travis Kelce Vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Kansas City Chiefs tight end #87 Travis Kelce lines up for a play during a 2021 road game.
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The Prop: Travis Kelce Receiving Yards
The Odds: Over 79.5 yards (-110)/Under 79.5 yards (-120)

In that game in Las Vegas a month ago, Travis Kelce had his best of the season, catching eight passes for 119 yards. The NFL’s leading receiver as a tight end has gone over 100 yards in three games this season, and he’s broken the 75-yard mark in six games.

It’s not just this year that he went off on the Raiders. In both games last year, he went for more than 100 yards, and he caught the game-winning touchdown in the final minute in Las Vegas. And how is this for production? Since Patrick Mahomes took over as quarterback in 2018, Travis Kelce has had 53 receptions, 781 yards, and five touchdowns in his seven games against the Raiders.

Kelce is a sure-thing to get his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard season, and he’s as close to a sure thing as there is against the Raiders.

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Tyreek Hill vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver #10 Tyreek Hill turns upfield for running room in a 2021 road game.
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The Prop: Tyreek Hill Receiving Yards
The Odds: Over 83.5 yards (-112)/Under 83.5 yards (-118)

The very first time that Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill teamed up against the Raiders, Hill finished the game with one catch for 13 yards.

Of Kansas City’s top offensive stars, Hill has been the most inconsistent when playing the Raiders. Since that first game, he has had two games of more than 100 yards, and in the meeting a month ago, he had 83 yards and two touchdowns.

But he also had a 55-yard game in December 2019, and as often as Hill has also had big games carrying the football, only once against the Raiders has he rushed for more than 15 yards.

Of all of the Chiefs stars, Hill’s OVER deserves the most caution.