3 Best Prop Bets for Bills vs Chiefs Sunday Night Football Game in Week 5

Devon Platana
Best prop bets for Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs Sunday Night Football game.
Best prop bets for Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs Sunday Night Football game. / Bryan M. Bennett/GettyImages

The NFL's Week 5 slate includes a Sunday Night Football clash between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.

Here's three of the best prop bets for this SNF showdown, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Bills vs Chiefs SNF Prop Bets

1. Josh Allen - Passing Yards: Over 307.5 (-114)

Bills quarterback Josh Allen has lived up to every penny of his $258 million extension this season. The 25-year-old has racked up 1,055 passing yards and 9 touchdowns to 2 interceptions so far this season and he could be in line for a massive performance in Kansas City this Sunday. For starters, FanDuel Sportsbook is projecting the game to be a high-scoring affair with the total set to 56.5. The Bills and Chiefs are also both averaging 33.5 points per game this season (T-2nd), but it's Kansas City that has been abysmal at defending the pass this year. With Buffalo looking for revenge for what happened in the 2020 AFC Championship Game, looking for a massive performance by Allen.

2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire - Rushing Yards: Under 53.5 (-114)

After a slow start to the year, Clyde Edwards-Helaire has looked like a former first-round pick over the past two weeks, rushing for 100 or more yards in each game. Unfortunately, that could all come to an end against the Bills defense that's surrendered just 68.0 yards per game (4th) on the ground this season. With Kansas City being a pass-first team and the likelihood of a shootout being fairly high, there's a good chance that Edwards-Helaire won't see a lot of work on the ground. An individual rusher has yet to record more than 45 yards against the Bills this season and that might not change in Week 5.

3. Zack Moss - Rushing Yards: Over 36.5 (-114)

Before the 2021 NFL season began, it wasn't clear whether Zack Moss or Devin Singletary would be the Bills' No. 1 running back. After the last two weeks, things have been sliding more towards Moss' favor. He's played 56% of Buffalo's snaps in the past two outings, recording 121 rushing yards (4.48 yards per attempt) and a touchdown in that span. Moss now has a juicy matchup against a Chiefs defense that's surrendering a league-leading 5.4 rushing yards per attempt. Assuming that holds true Sunday night, Moss would only need seven attempts to hit the over. He's averaging nearly 12 touches per contest after four games, so chances are that he can make Kansas City's defense pay in primetime.

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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.