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Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes, Derrick Henry Are Most Popular NFL Player Props for Titans vs. Chiefs on Sunday Night Football

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The public is riding with the three most prominent offensive players for Sunday Night Football’s Titans vs. Chiefs.

Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes and Derrick Henry have the three most popular NFL player props for Monday Night Football.

Earlier today, we identified the most valuable props for SNF, which is mostly targeted for lower tier players. Typically, inefficiencies in the market are found on less popular props.


View more NFL player prop projections, lines and odds here!

Titans vs. Chiefs Most Popular NFL Player Prop Bets

  1. Travis Kelce to score a touchdown anytime (-127)
  2. Derrick Henry to score a touchdown anytime (-170)
  3. Patrick Mahomes to throw for more than 278.5 yards (-117)

*Odds and data are according to Caesars Sportsbook as of Sunday afternoon.

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The top two props are on the two shortest players to score a touchdown tonight.

Derrick Henry’s odds at -170 imply the probability that he gets into the end zone tonight is just under 63%. Henry has scored in nine of his last 16 games dating back to the beginning of the 2021 season. That includes five of seven games this year.

Travis Kelce’s odds at -127 to score a touchdown at any time tonight imply the probability of it happening is 56%. Kelce has scored in 12 of his last 23 games since the 2021 season. Kansas City figures to throw the ball early and often. While Tennessee has a middling secondary, their rush defense is No. 1 in the NFL, according to DVOA.

And the last most popular prop of the night is for Patrick Mahomes to throw for more than 278.5 yards. He’s done so in his last three games.

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