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The Kansas City Chiefs are suffering from a rough Super Bowl hangover this season. They’re still alive in the playoff race at 5-4, but just don’t seem like the same team from previous years. A loss on Sunday night to the Las Vegas Raiders could cause this entire house of cards to fall apart. Meanwhile, the Raiders are still on top of the AFC West division despite numerous off-the-field issues piling up. At 5-3, the Raiders still have the opportunity for a postseason run or even a possible division title, but they’ll need big wins against their rivals in order to take the next step. With the Raiders and Chiefs battling in the Death Star in Las Vegas, here are some player props you should take a look at.
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Derek Carr Over 289.5 Passing Yards
This one’s pretty easy to me. Listen, the Kansas City Chiefs don’t have a competent defense. Kansas City is allowing 259.7 assing yards per game, and I believe Derek Carr is going to pick on the secondary all day long. Carr’s also on a roll right now, and he’s gone over 289.5 passing yars three weeks in a row. This game has definite shootout potential, so I’m riding with Carr to light up the KC defense.
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Patrick Mahomes Over 0.5 Interceptions
If you bet this prop every week this season, you’d be doing pretty well for yourself. Patrick Mahomes has morphed into a turnover machine, tossing an interception in all but to games this season. Whatever’s going on with the young QB, he’s going to have to fix it fast. The Raiders might not have the best defense in the world, but you’ve got to ride the Mahomes interception trend until he turn things around. Place this bet that would seem unthinkable in years past.
Josh Jacobs Over 56.5 Rushing Yards
Josh Jacobs isn’t having an incredible year by any means, but the team is learning how to use him better. Jacobs had his best game of the year last week against the New York Giants, amassing 76 yards with a 5.8 average. And the Chiefs aren’t exactly stingy against the run. The team’s allowing 121.8 rushing yards per game, and Jacobs should be able to find some running room as the two teams trade blows. If the Raiders get up on the Chiefs early and want to control the clock, they’ll make sure Jacobs gets some touches.
Darren Waller Over 68.5 Receiving Yards
Am I going over on too many of these games? Well, I just expect tons of offense in this primetime game. Darren Waller should be considered one of the top tight ends in the league, and I believe the Raiders will start giving him the ball more often. Waller just amassed 92 yards against the New York Giants, and I could easily see him hitting 100 against the Chiefs this week. Waller’s been floating around 50 yards in games too often this season, but he’ll find some openings against one of the weaker defenses in the league.