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5 Most Valuable NFL Player Prop Bets for Titans vs. Chiefs on SNF, Including Patrick Mahomes, Mecole Hardman

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Handicapping the regular lines for Sunday Night Football’s Titans vs. Chiefs may be tough with the line as short as Chiefs -12.5.

But there’s plenty of value on these five props, including one on Patrick Mahomes and another on Mecole Hardman.


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5 Most Valuable NFL Player Prop Bets for Titans vs. Chiefs

  1. Patrick Mahomes over 36.5 passing attempts -115 (DraftKings)
  2. Isiah Pacheco over 32.5 rushing yards -114 (BetRivers)
  3. Robert Woods over 35.5 receiving yards -115 (PointsBet)
  4. Isiah Pacheco over 8.5 rushing attempts -105 (BetMGM)
  5. Mecole Hardman under 2.5 receptions +125 (BetRivers)

*Odds and data are as of Sunday afternoon. These are the market’s most valuable prices.

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The most valuable prop for Sunday Night Football’s Titans vs. Chiefs is on Patrick Mahomes to throw 37 or more times at a vig of -115. Our predictive analytics team thinks this line should be closer to 38.5.

Next up is Isiah Pacheco to rush for 33 or more rushing yards, with the best price on the market at -114. Our team projects that number at 40.

Pacheco’s rushing attempt prop is also worth a gander. His odds at over 8.5 (-105) provides about a 7.1% betting edge, according to our models.

The remaining two valuable prop bets are with receivers. Robert Woods’ best receiving yard total is with PointsBet at over 35.5. Woods is projected at 44.9 yards tonight.

Meanwhile, Mecole Hardman’s under at 2.5 receptions is valuable because of the +125 vig. That line should be around -115, according to our models.

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