The Bills and Chiefs face off this week in a battle between two AFC Super Bowl contenders who are quite familiar with one another after meeting in the AFC Championship game last season. With massive playoff implications in this game, the focus for most sports bettors will be on deciding which team will come out on top. However, with awesome players on both teams, there are excellent opportunities to bet on player props in this game, as well. You can always compare the best Bills vs Chiefs player prop bets using our player prop search tool. Let’s take a look at some of the best prop bets on Sunday Night Football.
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Josh Allen Under 305.5 Passing Yards
Following a breakthrough 2020 season where Josh Allen was a top MVP candidate, the 2021 season has been much more uneven for the Buffalo quarterback as he has thrown for 270 yards or fewer in three of his four games. To be fair, two of those games were blowouts where he could take his foot off the gas in the second half and one was a low-scoring loss against the Steelers’ defense, but the volume hasn’t been there nonetheless. Allen threw for just 204.5 yards per game across two matchups against the Chiefs last year, so this line seems very high. With the highest over-under on the week, the Chiefs-Bills game could turn into a barnburner and make this pick look silly. However, I am picking the under here.
Zack Moss Over 38.5 Rushing Yards
After being a healthy scratch in Week 1 and playing on just 28% of snaps in Week 2, Moss has played on 56% of snaps in each of the past two games, out-snapping Devin Singletary in both games. In each of the last two games, Moss has seen over 13 carries and over 60 rushing yards. The Chiefs are allowing 146.0 rushing yards per game, the second-most in the NFL, and 5.4 yards per carry, the most in the NFL. With Moss’s role continuing to grow and increase, I’m betting on him to have a big game against Kansas City’s weak run defense.
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Emmanuel Sanders Over 51.5 Receiving Yards
Despite being 34 years old and playing in a crowded wide receiver room, Emmanuel Sanders has carved out a very significant role with the Bills. He has outsnapped all Bills wide receivers, including Stefon Diggs by one snap, and ranks second on the team with 417 air yards. Through the first two weeks of the season, he was getting very valuable targets downfield and tons of air yards but it wasn’t coming to fruition in the stat sheet. In the past two weeks, Sanders has averaged 84 receiving yards per game. He’s seen 6+ targets per game and is averaging 16.8 yards per reception, so 51.5 receiving yards should be very obtainable in the game with the highest over-under on the week.
Darrel Williams Over 30.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Over the last two weeks, Darrel Williams has carved out a significant role in the Chiefs’ offense as he has played 34+% of snaps in each game and has averaged 10.5 touches for 48.5 yards from scrimmage over that span. Clyde Edwards-Helaire may be the lead back in the offense, but there’s plenty of room for Williams as well. Edwards-Helaire has not seen his snap percentage decrease every week dating back to Week 1, and that could be a continuing that would benefit Williams.