NFL Player Props | LV Raiders at KC Chiefs

After winning their rescheduled Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots. The Kansas City Chiefs welcome the Las Vegas Raiders to Missouri, where they will look to extend their record to 5-0 in Week 5.

In this article, I’ll take you through my top NFL player prop picks for this AFC West Division match

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NFL Player Props | LV Raiders at KC Chiefs

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, October 11, 2020 | 1:00 p.m. EST | Watch: CBS
Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, MO

Total: 56.5 points

LVSpread: +12.5Moneyline: +550
KCSpread: -12.5Moneyline: -715

Team to Throw First Interception – Las Vegas Raiders (+120)

This one feels like free money, especially with the Chiefs being such huge favorites. Raiders QB Derek Carr has thrown two INTs each in four of his last five meetings against KC. Meanwhile, on the other side of the field, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has only been picked once in his career against the Raiders – and still hasn’t thrown a pick yet this season. Take advantage of this prop before you put any bets in for Sunday.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire – 100+ Rushing Yards (+130)

The Raiders have already allowed some big RB performances this season, but only one of them (Sony Michel) has eclipsed the 100-yard mark on the ground. Edwards-Helaire rushed for 138 yards in the season opener and then ran into some stiff defenses (Chargers, Ravens, Patriots) over the last three weeks. This is a huge opportunity for the rookie to have his second career 100-yard game, and the odds seem to lend optimism in KC winning this game big.

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Travis Kelce – 100+ Receiving Yards (-110)

Kelce has seen at least (AT LEAST!) nine targets in each of his last five games against the Raiders – game by game, that looked like this: 13, 13, 9, 9 and 9. Clearly, we’re on a path to success and now we’ve just got to have our boy capitalize on it.

From a statistical standpoint against Las Vegas, TEs haven’t necessarily gotten those big numbers we’re so accustomed to. In fact, no TE has eclipsed 20 yards against them this season. This, however, is a much different breed of TE that the Raiders will be facing on Sunday – and they know it.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer