Bills vs Chiefs: The second round of the NFL playoffs is here and the icing on the cake will be a main event matchup between the Chiefs and Bills. If you’re looking to bet on the action, you’ve come to the right place!
Bills vs Chiefs: Game info
Date: Sunday, December 21st
Time: 6:30 PM ET
Location: Highmark Stadium, Buffalo
TV channel: CBS, NFL+
Bills vs Chiefs: Betting odds
Spread: Bills -2.5 | Chiefs +2.5
Moneyline: Bills -142| Chiefs +120
Total: Over/Under 45
Bills vs Chiefs: Same-Game Parlay +1300
Ahead of this week’s Bills vs Chiefs matchup, here are some props we like bundled into a spicy Same Game Parlay at +1300.
James Cook over 62.5 rushing yards
Kansas City might have the second-best defense in the NFL, but they only rank 16th against the run. Given that this game is likely going to be a bitterly cold affair on the road for KC, expect the Bills to make the most out of James Cook’s rushing prowess.
With 18 carries against the Steelers, he put up 79 yards. He’s been quite volatile this year in what has been a dynamic backfield but when the cards are down and the Bills need to run the rock, he ‘cooks’.
Not only will the Bills want to keep Mahomes quiet, but run defense is a KC weakness they have to exploit.
Patrick Mahomes over 255 passing yards
As much as I think that the Chiefs are outmatched here, it’s the kind of game where the franchise players need to stand out. With very little in the way of receiving help this season, Mahomes has thrown over this total 9 times. The Bills have a middling run defense, but it’s more the fact that Mahomes is going to have to keep pace with arguably the most explosive offense in football right now, and that will require plenty of passing yards
Travis Kelce anytime TD
Would you believe me if I told you that Travis Kelce hasn’t scored a touchdown since November 21st? Probably not, but it’s true.
However, playoff Kelce is a different animal, and with an aforementioned lack of talent at wideout, Mahomes will be seeking out his franchise TE early and often.
Kelce has 16 touchdowns in 19 postseason appearances and I like him to find a 17th against the Bills, with their secondary capably taking care of some struggling wideouts.
Rashee Rice under 69.5 receiving yards
Rashee Rice is a solid receiver, but he’s coming up against a great secondary in a cold game on the road.
Sure, he’s exploded for 257 yards and a touchdown in the last two weeks, but that’s inflated his receiving total to a number he’s only surpassed 6 times all year. This is a good Bills defense and I don’t think Rice enjoys that same success on Sunday.
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