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NFL Prop Bets Payday: 5 Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders predictions for SNF

Marcus Mosher
Sportsbook Wire

The Kansas City Chiefs (8-1) visit Allegiant Stadium to take on the Las Vegas Raiders (6-3) in a huge AFC West matchup on Sunday Night Football. Below, we give you five prop bet predictions to consider for the Chefs-Raiders SNF matchup from the BetMGM game menu.

Chiefs at Raiders: Prop bet predictions for Sunday Night Football

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports' betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated at 9:45 a.m. ET.

Raiders OVER 24.5 points (-106)

Believe it or not, the Raiders have one of the best offenses in the NFL. They are averaging over 28 points per game and are only improving. Against a banged-up Chiefs defense, they should be able to approach 27-28 points in this game, as well. The Raiders will want to run the ball and keep Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes off the field, but look for them to be in the red zone a ton in this game.

Raiders QB Derek Carr UNDER 267.5 passing yards (-112)

If the Raiders want to win this game, they are going to want to follow a similar game-plan that they have used over the last three weeks. They are going to lean on their rushing attack and allow time to tick off the clock. While Carr is currently playing the best football of his career, the team is limiting his passing attempts with a ball-control style of offense. Look for Carr to be effective and efficient, but for him to come Under the 267.5 passing yards set for him.

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Raiders WR Henry Ruggs' longest reception OVER 18.5 yards (-110)

According to Pro Football Focus, no receiver in the NFL is averaging a higher depth of target than Ruggs at 18.8. That means he just needs to catch one of his typical targets in order for his Over to hit on his longest reception. Seems easy enough. The Raiders need Ruggs to help stretch the field and they want to utilize him more over the following weeks. Look for Ruggs to have multiple receptions longer than 20 yards as the Raiders use their rookie to create chunk plays in the passing game.

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes OVER 320.5 passing yards (-106)

Rooting for Mahomes to go Over his passing yardage total is a lot of fun. That is especially true when he faces a young and inexperienced secondary like he will in Week 11. Mahomes should have nearly 50 passing attempts in this game and could easily approach 400 yards should this game turn into a shootout.

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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill and TE Travis Kelce to each record 100+ receiving yards (+800)

If you want a fun long-shot bet, take Hill and Kelce to each go over 100 yards receiving. If you believe Mahomes is in for a big day in primetime against a not-very-good secondary, both of his superstar targets will likely factor into that. At 8-1 odds, it feels likely both of these players will see close to double-digit targets from the best quarterback in football. For that reason, consider putting down a few bucks to watch these two All-Pros eat on Sunday Night Football.

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