The second game of the day and the final AFC game of the 2020 NFL season will be held between the Buffalo Bill traveling to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs. This QB matchup features the two quarterbacks with the NFL’s strongest arms in Patrick Mahomes [O/U 310.5 Passing Yards] of the Chiefs, taking on Josh Allen [O/U 275.5 Passing Yards] of the Bills. Patrick Mahomes had to leave last week’s AFC divisional round match-up early due to an injury he sustained against the Browns. Mahomes hit the under on his player prop betting line in the win last week, but Mahomes hit the over on his player prop betting line in six out of eight games before that short start. Josh Allen for the Bills has been rock-solid, hitting the over in passing yards on his player prop betting line in four out of seven games heading into this pivotal clash. Both sides have strong offenses, and this match-up has serious potential to turn into a shoot-out.
The hometeam Chiefs’ offense is led by one of the most explosive players in the NFL in wideout Tyreek Hill [O/U 79.5 Receiving Yards.] Hill had a tremendous game last week in the AFC divisional round, where he recorded 110 receiving yards while hitting the over on his player prop betting line in a win over Cleveland. Joining Hill in this Kansas City receiving core is TE Travis Kelce [O/U 7.5 Receptions], and it is tough to find a more consistent performing player than Kelce. Heading into this matchup against Buffalo, Travis Kelce has hit the over in receptions on his player prop betting line in eight out of nine games. Closing out this Kansas City offense is their ground-attack led by RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire [O/U 45.5 Rushing Yards.] Edwards-Helaire has been out due to injury these past 3-4 weeks, but the last time we saw him on the gridiron, he rushed for 79 yards and the over on his player prop betting line in a Week 15 win against the Saints.
This the biggest game for the Buffalo Bills franchise in the last 25 years. The Bills Mafia finds themselves in a good position for that, with wideout Stefon Diggs [O/U 7.5 Receptions] leading the offense. Diggs has been one of the top receivers all season long and heading into this matchup. He has hit the over on his player prop betting line in five out of the last seven games. Joining Diggs in this receiving core is John Brown [O/U 3.5 Receptions.] Brown has hit the over on his player prop betting line in four-straight games heading into this one. Another Bills aerial threat to keep an eye out for is Cole Beasley [O/U 4.5 Receptions.] Like his teammates, Beasley has been performing really well as of late, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in four of the five last games. Closing out this Bills’ offense is their running back Devin Singletary [O/U 59.5 Rushing Yards.] It is not shocking to most people that this Bills offense is a pass-first offense, as Singletary has hit the under in rushing yards on his prop betting line in four-straight games.