NFL Week 6 Odds & Lines: Buffalo Bills Vs. Kansas City Chiefs

NFL 2022 Week 6 Odds, Betting Data And Insight Including Bills-Chiefs  Showdown

NFL Week 6 Odds & Lines: Buffalo Bills Vs. Kansas City Chiefs

One major serving of round of the week, anybody? The two groups are falling off wins and are on top of their individual division. The Bills tormented Kenny Pickett and the Pittsburgh Steelers, while the Bosses crushed their AFC West opponent Las Vegas in a profoundly vivacious and close to home game 30-29 on Monday night. This crucial Week 6 game might figure out who has home-field advantage in the end of the season games.

Spread, Moneyline, Total: Bills vs. Chiefs

The Bills are making a beeline for Kansas City for a rematch of last season’s legendary AFC season finisher game. Under 11 months prior, these two groups met in the AFC Divisional Round, where it went this way and that until Patrick Mahomes and company won after a volatile game with 25 focuses scored in the last two minutes of the game and a joined complete of 974 yards.

There is no question that the Bills and Chiefs stand out in a very crowded AFC. Josh Allen remains the betting favorite to win MVP, with Mahomes just behind him. 

Mahomes might have lost Tyreek Slope, however under the direction and tutelage of lead trainer Andy Reid and hostile facilitator Eric Bieniemy, Mahomes has become more productive. In addition to the fact that he utilizing is his legs more, however Mahomes has 15 scores to only two block attempts. He finishes 66.6% of passes and has a quarterback rating (QBR) of 110.5. Mahomes is falling off a four-score game, all of which went to his number one objective Travis Kelce.

Josh Allen has shown everyone he is taking the next steps to superstardom on the Bills’ side. Allen leads the league with 1,651 passing yards and is second with 14 touchdown passes. Allen has this offense rolling and comes into Week 6 with his full array of weapons.

Stefon Diggs drives the Bills in gatherings (39), yards (508) and scores (5). Nonetheless, Gabriel Davis drove the group in Week 5 with 171 yards and two scores. Davis had a 98-yard catch and run simply under a moment into the game, and the Bills won’t ever think back. Bison showed its strength by dissecting a skilled Steelers guard.

One thing the Bills will need to do in this game is run the ball effectively. Unfortunately, that is the weakest part of their game. Their lead back, Devin Singletary, has yet to run for more than 50 yards, whereas Allen has done it twice already.

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This game marks the first time Patrick Mahomes is an underdog at home. That’s saying something about this Buffalo team they are facing on Sunday. The Bills were able to rest Josh Allen for the fourth quarter last week, while the Chiefs are coming off a short week and ceding the rest advantage. 

Is it time for redemption for Buffalo? We think so.

With a high 53.5-point total, this game has barnburner written all over it. Despite being held off the scoresheet in the first quarter on Monday night, the Chiefs responded with 30 points over the next three quarters. That is the thing with these two teams. They can put up points in a hurry. 

In the NFL nowadays, it is clear for one group to find true success, they should control the hour of ownership. Yet, both can score rapidly in a game with two MVP-level quarterbacks who can drop a dime anyplace. Like their season finisher game from January, the group that has the ball last could dominate this match.

Expect both these teams to put up 30+ points and crush the over.

Player Prop Bets: Bills vs. Chiefs

There are so many choices for the best player prop for this game, but we are going with Josh Allen over 2.5 touchdown passes (+134). The Bills do not have quite the rushing attack that the Chiefs have, so Allen will need to put in work with his arm. 

Generally, this player prop for quarterbacks is for 1.5 scores, however this isn’t your grandparents’ sort of football. Anticipate a game with a great deal of insane exciting bends in the road, however one thing you can depend on is that Allen will have multiple score passes.

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Our Same-Game Parlay

Same-game parlays are wagers that incorporate multiple legs within the same sporting event.

There are many great options to put in a same-game parlay for the Bills vs. Chiefs on Sunday. Here is a look at our five most valuable selections:

  • Josh Allen OVER 299.5 Passing Yards (-114)
  • Patrick Mahomes OVER 296.5 Passing Yards (-114)
  • Travis Kelce Anytime Touchdown (-125)
  • Gabriel Davis OVER 58.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
  • Stefon Diggs ALT Receiving Yards OVER 60+ (-340)

This parlay gives us +871 odds, which means a $100 bet would return $870.68 in profits.

In the previously mentioned AFC Divisional game back in January, the two quarterbacks tossed for in excess of 300 yards. The weather conditions won’t be a component, and the two quarterbacks realize home-field benefit might be on the line. Allen has tossed for 300+ yards in three of the five games and is falling off a 424-yard execution last Sunday against the Steelers, in which he didn’t actually play in the four quarter.

On the other hand, Mahomes has only thrown for more than 300 yards once in the first game of the season. The only knock against Mahomes is he does not have the playmaking abilities and speed of Tyreek Hill anymore. However, if he can get JuJu Smith-Schuster involved early and a few deep passes to the speedy Marquez Valdes-Scantling, then the Mahomes prop over 296.5 has a good chance to hit.

On Monday night, Travis Kelce had seven gatherings for only 25 yards. However, four of those seven gatherings went for scores. Kelce is a score magnet with an association driving seven through five games. Each time these two play, Kelce appears to find the end zone. He scored the game-dominating score in January and got one in their standard season match a year prior. Tossing this prop into the SGP is an easy decision.

With the notion that Allen will throw for 300+ yards, it only made sense to add his two favorite targets to the parlay. Davis is coming off a big game where he caught two long touchdowns of 98 and 62 yards. In January’s playoff game, Davis had his coming out party with 201 yards receiving and four touchdowns. While he likely will not reach that mark, there is a good chance he will eclipse the 58.5 yards needed to cover this prop.

Diggs is the unmistakable number-one objective for Allen whenever the two are on the field. Indeed, even in inclusion, Allen confides in his big deal playmaker to make big-time gets. Diggs has not had a game this year with under 60 yards getting yet this season. While investigating this equivalent game parlay, the other getting yards for Diggs at 60+ felt like the clincher. Diggs’ genuine getting yards all out is set at 85.5 yards, which he ought to hit, yet to leave nothing to chance, we really want him to go more than 60 yards.


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