The Kansas City Chiefs needed a win against the Washington Football Team, and they made the right adjustments to pull out the victory. However, there are still plenty of questions about this squad, from the numerous Patrick Mahomes turnovers to the still-shaky defense. The Tennessee Titans, on the other hand, are coming off a major Monday Night Football upset of the Buffalo Bills, and are looking to build on that win to seriously compete in a crowded AFC. When the Titans host the Chiefs this Sunday, let’s take a look at the best player props to wager on.
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Derrick Henry Over 126.5 Rushing Yards
How many yards is too many for Derrick Henry on this prop? Henry is coming off a game in which he torched the Bills defense for 143 yards and two touchdowns. The dynamic runner is also averaging 130.5 yards per game, a total held back by the 58-yard dud in Week 1. Well, Henry’s found his stride, and he’s got to be excited to face the Kansas City defense. The Chiefs have been among the worst in the league in defending the run, allowing 133.2 yards per game. Plus, they haven’t faced a back quite like Henry yet. Expect the league’s top running back to keep it rolling.
Darrel Williams Over 56.5 Rushing Yards
The transition from Clyde Edwards-Helaire to Darrel Williams didn’t hold the Chiefs back too much in a matchup against Washington. Williams totaled 62 yards and two touchdowns last Sunday, so they’re finding ways to use him after Edwards-Helaire went down with an injury. Now, Williams faces a Titans defense that allows 107.7 rushing yards per game. While I don’t expect the Chiefs to commit to the run (do they ever?), I do expect Willaims to fly over his total against a weak defense.
A.J. Brown Over 67.5 Receiving Yards
It looks like that illness didn’t hold back A.J. Brown too much. The Titans WR came back in style on Monday Night Football, catching nine passes for 91 yards. In addition to his natural talent, he’s got an opportunity to burn a subpar Kansas City secondary. Plus, you have to expect that the Titans will need to pull out all the stops to keep up with the Chiefs offense, which will mean plenty of looks for Brown along with the rest of the Titans receiving corps.
Patrick Mahomes Longest Rush Over 12.5 Yards
Yeah, yeah, I know I’m going heavy on the overs this week. But can you blame me? Look at these defenses! They’re both in the bottom quarter of the league, so if you’re looking for an Arena Football-style game, this is it. Anyways, rant over. I was looking at Patrick Mahomes’ stat sheet and was suprised at his rushing stats. The QB has a long run of at least 12 yards in each of the past four Chiefs games. I’m not always one to jump on trends, but I imagine he’ll have to break off a big run or two as the two teams trade offensive blows.