Prop betting tips for Chiefs at Ravens
We know that you are going to watch Monday Night Football. But if you are wagering only on the pointspread and / or total, you're missing out. If those conclusions are foregone at some point, you need something to hold your interest. And that's why God invented "props" to wager on at BetAnySports for the game between the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs, which gets underway at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN.
There are so many NFL props available on this Monday night game that we couldn't possibly list them all. So we cherry-picked a few of them.
Let's start at the beginning . . .
Who'll score first? This would encompass any scoring play that gets a team on the board. The Ravens are the -135 favorites there (Chiefs at +115). Since this is a game in which the last team with the ball in their hands might win, the "who scores last" prop is going to be a significant play. Baltimore is the favorite there too (-115 / -105).
There are two great kickers in this game. Do you realize that Kansas City's Harrison Butker hit 89.7% of his field goal attempts through his first season in the NFL? And if you've followed the NFL for any length of time, you know that Baltimore's Justin Tucker is the most accurate field goal kicker in history. So when we look at a field goal proposition that asks whether there will be a successful attempt made from over 46.5 yards, we know we're not going to get cheated by a "shanker." At -130, maybe you've got a bargain there. And if you want to take things a step further, Tucker is favored to kick the longest field goal (-120) as opposed to Butker (-110).
Might this be the kind of game where the teams roll up and down the field? There is a "total punts" prop available. The over / under on that is 7.5, and you'll be laying -115 either way. If you really think there will be a lot of scoring, you can get paid for it. The price for OVER 7.5 total touchdowns is +225. Anything under that, you lay -285.
If you're really brave, you can place a wager on there being NO touchdowns scored in the game. For that, you'll get a price of 50-1 (+5000) from BetAnySports. Of course, if that's the only bet you make, your evening could be over early. If you like getting a 1% return on your money, you may want to bet on a touchdown being scored at some point in the contest, because you'll be LAYING 100-1.
Overtime is kind of an interesting proposition, for the two teams at the head of the field in terms of favorites to go to the Super Bowl. You can get a +1250 price on that happening. And if the game lasts through overtime and ends in a tie, it's a 60-1 payoff.
If the final margin of the game is three points, either way, you can get paid at 5-1 odds (+500). If not, you will lay 8-1 (-800).
Oh, you want to talk margins? Well, if you dare bet the Chiefs at -42.5, and they cover that, you're going to get paid 200-1. if the total is under 24.5 points, that is a 175-1 payoff. If the game soars over 88.5 points, you're getting paid at almost 100-1 (+9425). Baltimore can get you paid at 60-1 (+6000) if they win by anywhere from 37 to 42 points.
How many yards can Patrick Mahomes throw for? The over / under here is 295.5 (over -125, under +105). The over / under on Lamar Jackson's rushing yards is 62.5 (also -115 either way). Mark Andrews is a key target of Jackson's and one of the great battles will be between him and KC's safety Tyrann Mathieu.
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