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Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Chargers vs Chiefs (+3370)
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Chiefs Moneyline (-210) and Chiefs Over 29.5 Points (-118)
The Chiefs are inevitable. Since Mahomes became the starter, Kansas City scored at least 30 points in 11 of 14 September games and average 30.6 points per game overall. In the Chiefs’ last 18 games during the NFL’s opening month, dating back to 2016, Kansas City is 16-2.
Los Angeles is a good team, sure, but I’ve still got questions about the defense and the Chiefs may have their best offense since Andy Reid came to the organization. In a likely shootout, I’m all over Kansas City to make a statement at home.
Patrick Mahomes Over 295.5 Yards Passing (-114)
There may not be a better quarterback in the history of the NFL than Mahomes in September. He’s averaging 328.8 yards per game passing during the month, clearing this prop in 11 of 14 career matchups.
After throwing for 360 yards and five touchdowns with ease against the Cardinals, Mahomes should once again rise to the occasion on Thursday Night Football.
Travis Kelce Over 80.5 Yards Receiving (-114) and Anytime Touchdown (-145)
The Chargers must hate Kelce, because he absolutely owns the franchise.
Travis Kelce vs Chargers
🔥 10 catches
🔥 191 yards
🔥 2 TDs
🔥 41.1 PPR fantasy points pic.twitter.com/UMf7GyGETi
— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) December 17, 2021
In his last three games against Los Angeles, Kelce has 26 catches for 385 yards and three touchdowns. Including the playoffs, he’s scored a touchdown in seven consecutive games overall and is clearly the focal point of the Chiefs’ passing attack.
JuJu Smith-Schuster Over 57.5 Yards Receiving (-122)
Of the wide receivers, JuJu is clearly Mahomes’ preferred target. He caught six passes for 79 yards on eight targets in Week 1, and we’re getting a discount on his receiving prop here.
Los Angeles can score, so Kansas City will need to keep passing to maintain a lead. That means JuJu will see plenty of work and clear this yardage total with ease.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Over 49.5 Yards Rushing (-114) and Over 15.5 Yards Receiving (-114)
After a disappointing first couple of seasons with the Chiefs, Edwards-Helaire left little doubt who Kansas City’s RB1 is. Against the Cardinals, the former first-round pick rushed for 40 yards on seven carries and added three catches for 33 yards and two touchdowns.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire through two drives:
37 Rushing Yards.
28 Receiving Yards.
— J (@ChiefsJackson) September 11, 2022
He was dominant in the Chiefs’ first two drives, only slowing down once the game was well out of reach. The Chargers had one of the NFL’s worst run defenses last season, so I expect plenty of Clydro in what should be a competitive game.
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The Chiefs heard all offseason how the Chargers were going to take the AFC West crown, and I expect a statement win from Kansas City’s offense. If I’m right, then this +3370 parlay is in great shape to cash, leaving us joyfully dancing through the streets like we won the Super Bowl again.
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