Chiefs vs Packers Player Props: Patrick Mahomes, Rashee Rice, Romeo Doubs, Tucker Kraft

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Chiefs vs Packers Player Props

In the table below, you'll find each of Sam Farley's Chiefs vs Packers player props for Sunday Night Football. Click on any pick or team logo to navigate to a specific SNF prop bet discussed in this article.

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Chiefs vs. Packers

Sunday, Dec. 3
8:20 p.m. ET
NBC

Patrick Mahomes

Over 18.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

Only six teams have allowed more rushing yards per game than the Packers. I’m fading Isiah Pacheco rushing props because I think the emergence of Rashee Rice could be an issue for him, but I won’t be fading Mahomes to hit over 21.5 rushing yards.

Mahomes is not known for his rushing, but he does scramble when needed and has hit 22-plus rushing yards in eight games this season.

The Packers have allowed 270 rushing yards to QBs this season, an average of 24 yards per game. That’s above Mahomes’ line and I think we’ll see him cover it.

Pick: Patrick Mahomes Over 18.5 Rushing Yards
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Chiefs vs. Packers

Sunday, Dec. 3
8:20 p.m. ET
NBC

Tucker Kraft

Under 26.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

The Chiefs defense has taken a huge step up this season — only two teams (Ravens and Browns) have allowed fewer passing yards per game. That doesn’t bode well for Kraft.

Since Luke Musgrave landed on IR, Kraft has stepped up as the Packers’ main TE, but he’s still very much the fourth receiving option in the offense.

Kraft has just 58 receiving yards on the season and he's gone over 26.5 just once. Back the under on this one.

Pick: Tucker Kraft Under 25.5 Receiving Yards (-110)


Chiefs vs. Packers

Sunday, Dec. 3
8:20 p.m. ET
NBC

Rashee Rice

Over 44.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

If you’ve been following my picks this season, you know that I’ve been going hard on Rice nearly every week — and I'm not stopping now.

It’s so clear that he’s the best non-Travis Kelce pass-catcher on the Chiefs and I expect him to get fed again.

Last week, we saw his first 100-plus receiving yard game of his career — the first for a Chiefs wide receiver this season. His receiving yards line for SNF is 45.5 — a number he’s beaten in four of the last six games.

Pick: Rashee Rice Over 45.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

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Chiefs vs. Packers

Sunday, Dec. 3
8:20 p.m. ET
NBC

Romeo Doubs

Over 34.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

As good as the Chiefs’ pass defense is, I think there’s likely some value on this prop.

First, Jayden Reed (chest) is questionable. I think he’ll play, but if he doesn’t, this line for Doubs is going to move fast.

Regardless of Reed’s health, I think Doubs should hit the over. It’s a number he’s hit in three of the last four weeks and he’s a key part of the offense, getting targeted 6.2 times per game on average.

If the Packers are chasing, which sportsbooks think they will be, then Doubs should get some action.

Pick: Romeo Doubs Over 33.5 Receiving Yards (-115)


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