CINCINNATI, OH - AUGUST 19:  Andy Dalton #14 of the Cincinnati Bengals is sacked by Allen Bailey #97 of the Kansas City Chiefs during the preseason game at Paul Brown Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

5 Best Prop Bets for Bengals-Chiefs Sunday Night Football Games

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Sunday Night Football pins two of league's most exciting offenses against one another. The Bengals come into Arrowhead looking to stifle the incredibly dominant Chiefs offense. Let's take a look at the five best prop bets heading into this AFC matchup. 

5. Chiefs win by 1-13 points (+135)

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The Chiefs have got three of their five wins by 13 or less so getting a solid boost on moneyline (-270) odds here for the Chiefs definitely has some value. 

4. Chiefs Over 31 points (-112)

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The Chiefs have scored over 31 in four out of six games this season, but have yet to do it at home. This could be a good spot against a weaker Bengals secondary for them to finally put up a boatload of points at Arrowhead. 

3. Joe Mixon to Score 2+ TD's (+490)

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Mixon has enjoyed a breakout year so far this season, scoring a touchdown in three out of four games. The Chiefs defensive struggles have been no secret this year. KC gives up the most points to running backs in PPR scoring this year. This is a great spot for Mixon to get into the end zone multiple times. 

2. Sammy Watkins to Score a TD (+240)

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With the Bengals defense most likely game planning to shut down Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt, Watkins should see a lot of single coverage. Watkins' abilities have always been that of a No. 1 wide receiver, the problem has been getting him the ball. If the focus is elsewhere, look for master play-caller Andy Reid to find ways to get Watkins the ball. 

1. C.J. Uzomah First Touchdown Scorer (+1500)

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The Bengals have lost their top two tight ends so far this season, so Uzomah stepped in and has seen some success. For a quarterback who loves to involve the tight end, Uzomah could definitely see some early looks. KC allows the second most yards per game to tight ends (91.7) this season. Expect Uzomah to be heavily involved today. The biggest question is how early that happens. 

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