The total for Eagles vs. Chiefs remains 51.0, which means the betting market is expecting touchdowns aplenty. Here are a few anytime touchdown scorer prop bets to consider.
Jalen Hurts +100
Hurts seems to find the end zone on a weekly basis, and he’s done so in each of Philly’s first two NFL playoff games.
Travis Kelce -115
Kansas City’s passing game remains a funnel to Kelce.
The safe bets:
Isiah Pacheco +110
Pacheco has more value given Patrick Mahomes is less likely to run for a touchdown than Hurts.
Miles Sanders +120
Sanders found the end zone twice against the 49ers, but Hurts’ running ability hinders the value here a bit.
A.J. Brown +120
Brown has been awfully quiet in the postseason. It feels like a breakout game is coming against an average secondary.
DeVonta Smith +160
You get 40 more cents of value on Smith compared to Brown, and I think he’s just as likely to score.
Dallas Goedert +170
The Eagles passing attack is a three-headed monster, and with 51 points being the total, you could do worse than betting on all three and hoping to cash two of them.
Other value picks:
Jerick McKinnon +170
McKinnon has been quiet in the postseason, but he ended the regular season with eight receiving touchdowns over his final six games.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling +230
He’s scored in both playoff games and might be the only Chiefs receiver at 100% on Sunday.
Kadarius Toney +380
You obviously have to make sure he plays, but if he does, the Chiefs force feed him touches when he’s on the field.
Boston Scott +575
Scott has now scored in three straight games as he’s been a human victory cigar. If this game gets out of hand, Scott could be prime to make it four in a row.