Bills vs. Chiefs NFL Player Prop Bets: Most Popular Plays Include Travis Kelce & Josh Allen in Sunday’s AFC Playoff Matchup
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- The Bills and Chiefs round out the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
- Find out which players are receiving the biggest percentage of public bets in the prop market, below.
The Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs is shaping up to be a game some bettors find too close to call straight up, but there’s nothing stopping them from hitting the prop market.
Two usual suspects are getting the most attention in player props at BetMGM. According to data released by the sportsbook on Sunday morning, Travis Kelce and Josh Allen are the two most popular players for the AFC matchup.
The most bet prop of the game is Kelce to score the first touchdown at +900 (bet $100, profit $900). The second most popular play is on Kelce to score a touchdown at any time (+105).
Kelce caught nine touchdowns and ran for another during the regular season, including four touchdowns in his last three games. He tacked on another score in the Wild Card Round win over the Pittsburgh Steelers as part of his five-catch, 108-yard game.
Kelce scored the first touchdown of the game in Week 18 against the Broncos. His touchdown props were also heavily bet against the Steelers.
On the Bills’ side, bettors believe Allen will run wild on the Chiefs’ suspect defense.
Allen rushing for over 50.5 yards is one of the betting public’s favorite plays, even at -115 juice (bet $115 to profit $100).
He’s topped that number in five of his last six games, including six carries for 66 yards last week against the New England Patriots.
In the team’s 38-20 win in the regular season against the Chiefs, Allen rushed 11 times for 59 yards and a score.
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