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Chiefs players have steep player props in Super Bowl because of recent trends

by Mike Spector | Chiefs Correspondent |
Wed, Feb 3rd 7:56am EST

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has scored at least one touchdown in each of the last six games. In addition, fellow teammate Tyreek Hill has scored at least one touchdown in each of Kansas City's last five road games. (DraftKings)

Betting Impact:

As a result of these trends, it is no surprise to see both Kelce and Hill with steep player prop odds on if they would score a touchdown in the Super Bowl. At DraftKings, they are each have -175 odds to score a touchdown at any point in the game. Hill will likely be a popular play considering he had three touchdowns in the regular season matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That game against Tampa Bay was also the last time Kelce was held without a touchdown, though he did have eight catches for 82 yards. In another interesting prop, Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has caught the first touchdown of the game in the last two games for Tampa Bay, and has +900 odds at DraftKings to be the first touchdown scorer in the Super Bowl.

Game: KC at TB Sun Feb 7th, 6:30pm ET | Categories: Player Props