One team will earn a spot in the Super Bowl next month, and Sunday’s game between the Bills and Chiefs should be enthralling.
There are many online betting markets at BetUS, including prop bets. We look at the best prop bet predictions for the Bills vs. Chiefs.
Player To Score A Touchdown
There are many quality options in this betting market, and we have Stefon Diggs to get the job done.
Diggs has been in scintillating form, scoring eight touchdowns and recording 1535 yards in the regular season. It has been his best season and he is starting to score touchdowns at a regular occurrence.
He is coming off a one-touchdown performance against the Ravens, and he also scored a touchdown against the Colts in the Wild-Card round.
Diggs is a reliable receiver and he is worth betting on in the AFC title game.
Prediction: Stefon Diggs -110
Player To Score First Chiefs Touchdown
Patrick Mahomes has a plethora of receiving options in his arsenal, and he’s a touchdown threat. However, our prediction for first Chiefs‘ touchdown is Travis Kelce.
The tight end has scored touchdowns in each of his last three games, including one against the Cleveland Browns last week.
He is a player in form and his tally is up to 12, including the playoffs, so he’s doing everything he needs to do. Kelce’s confidence couldn’t be any higher, so expect a strong performance from the Chief on Sunday.
Prediction: Travis Kelce +275
First Team To Score
The Buffalo Bills will take the game to the Chiefs in the opening quarter, so we like the Bills to score first.
Buffalo has an ability to score early and set the tone, which is always a good trait. This option could come down to which team receives the ball first, but Buffalo is a value play.
Josh Allen has shown confidence from the opening kick off, and he won’t be afraid to throw the ball downfield. It could set the Bills up with an opening field goal, and bettors get generous odds from the team at BetUS.
Prediction: Bills Ev
Longest Field Goal Made
It’s not the most exciting NFL prop bet, but it could cash for bettors. There won’t be many field goal attempts in this game, and we don’t think either team will try from distance.
The current line is 46.5 yards, but unless it’s a tight game, we think the Bills and Chiefs would rather push for a fourth-down conversion.
Giving either team great field position could lose this game, so we expect both coaches to avoid kicking long field goals.
Prediction: Under 46.5 yards -115
Josh Allen 250+ Yards & Bills Win
If Buffalo wins, Josh Allen should have over 250 passing yards. He is the key to the Bills’ success, and bettors get slightly better odds than the moneyline market.
Buffalo is paying +140 to win the game outright, and bettors get +150 for Buffalo to win and Allen to have over 250 yards passing.
It’s a slight risk for better odds, but one worth taking.
Prediction: Allen 250+ yards & Bills win +150
Race To 10 Points
Buffalo is capable of getting off to a hot start in the AFC Championship, so take the Bills to reach 10 points first.
The Bills reached 10 points first against the Ravens last week, which was made easier by the Ravens scoring only three points.
Kansas City can give up halftime leads, and with the health of Patrick Mahomes under threat, this is an ideal chance for Buffalo.
It could post the first 10 points of the game and force the Chiefs to play catch-up. The Chiefs are -155 to win this option, so take the value with Buffalo.
Prediction: Bills -105
Winning margin bets aren’t the easiest to hit, but the value is worth the risk. We think Buffalo wins this game, so we’re prepared to look for value in this market.
The Bills could create a huge stir and win by double digits, so we like the Bills to win 11-13 points.
BetUS offers +1900 odds for this option, so it’s well worth the risk. You could place saver wagers on Bills 7-10 and Bills 14-17, to give you more chance of hitting.