Steelers vs. Chiefs Player Prop Bets: Travis Kelce Touchdown, Ben Roethlisberger Yards Most Popular Bets on Sunday Night
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The Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers close out Sunday’s games in what could be Ben Roethlisberger’s final game.
With Pittsburgh expected to be trailing, bettors in the player prop market hope Big Ben goes out firing.
According to data released by BetMGM on Sunday morning, Roethlisberger over 226.5 yards passing yards is one of the three most-bet player props on Sunday.
The future Hall-of-Famer has only topped that number once in his last four games, throwing for 244 yards in overtime last week against the Baltimore Ravens. In the three weeks prior, his most passing yards in a game was 159.
However, with the Steelers getting 12.5 points on the spread, playing catch-up may require more attempts through the air. At least that’s what bettors are counting on.
Elsewhere, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is receiving heavy action on two of his touchdown props. Kelce to score the first touchdown is the most-popular bet of the game, while his anytime touchdown prop is also getting plenty of attention.
Kelce to score the first touchdown is +600 (bet $100, profit $600). His anytime touchdown odds are -110.
Kelce has 10 touchdowns on the year, including four in his last three games. Those scores have helped make up for the lack of yards he’s producing. Outside of his 191-yard day against the Chargers three weeks ago, Kelce has been held below 40 yards every week since the calendar flipped to December.
He scored the first touchdown of the game last week against the Denver Broncos.