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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills Week 6 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Oct/18/2020

The Kansas City Chiefs are a -5 point favorite playing in Buffalo Monday night.

Two teams that seemed to be steamrolling toward a clash of unbeatens now find themselves looking to recover.

Although the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are each 4-1 and leading their respective divisions in the AFC, each will be coming off their first defeats Monday at Orchard Park, N.Y. The game got pushed back four days because of dominoes related to COVID-19 developments and kick off at 5 p.m. ET.

Each team allowed 40 points in their recent losses, creating deficits neither Patrick Mahomes nor Josh Allen could overcome quarterbacking the Chiefs and Bills, respectively.

Mahomes was constantly hounded and sacked three times by the Oakland Raiders in a 40-32 loss, leaving him to scurry quickly from the pocket and often look over the top in third-and-long situations.

"We can't just rely on the big play," said Mahomes, who completed a season-low 51.2 percent of his passes against Las Vegas. "We have to execute at a high level and when the big play comes, you have to hit it."

Although Mahomes often clicks on those looks, the end of a 13-game winning streak -- including playoffs, highlighted by last season's Super Bowl victory -- proved he is mortal.

Now, Mahomes must move on from a setback without experienced receiver Sammy Watkins (hamstring) and guard Kelechi Osemele (knee).

"I can help with different calls and putting people in better positions," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "Everyone has a little piece of the pie here."

That includes the Kansas City defense, which permitted 20 points or less in each of the Chiefs' first four games before allowing 490 yards to the Raiders, including five chunk plays of 40-plus yards.

Botched execution hurt the Bills in their first defeat and now they have a short week to recover after falling to Tennessee, 42-16, on Tuesday. Two interceptions and long returns Buffalo gave up on special teams proved fatal against a virus-plagued opponent that had practiced only once in 12 days.

One of Allen's interceptions bounded off the hands of a receiver, but the Bills quarterback will still be looking to rebound against the Chiefs. That will be a collective effort, though, after his defense could only get him the ball twice in the final 17 minutes against Tennessee.

Allen relies on one of the NFL's hottest receivers, Stephon Diggs, who ranks second in the league with 509 receiving yards. Allen, meanwhile, ranks second in passing yards (1,589) and touchdown strikes (14).

Those impressive numbers also present a concern, however. The Bills have become one-dimensional, gaining just 469 yards on the ground to rank 28th in rushing after ranking eighth in the NFL last season.

"The number of opportunities, run versus pass, has been a little bit different," Buffalo coach Sean McDermott said. "So, that would be one piece. Then the other piece is making sure that we're staying true to our philosophy in terms of what we're doing up front. It's a mentality."

Ground opportunities could exist against the Chiefs, who rank 29th against the rush, allowing 157.6 yards per game. Allen, however, is focused on overall execution.

"We're not going to let this one loss define us," he said. "We've got to be better, we've got to be prepared and we've got to come out swinging early."

The Chiefs' ground game (13th overall, 119.3 rush yards per game) looks like it will soon get a boost as former New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell tweeted Thursday afternoon that he has joined Kansas City -- news that the Chiefs seemed to confirm with a subsequent tweet. The Jets cut Bell, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, Tuesday as the former three-time 1,000-yard rusher currently has just 19 carries and 74 yards in two games this season.

Bell will not be available to play Monday due to coronavirus-testing protocols, according to ESPN.

Buffalo wide receiver John Brown (knee) and cornerback Tre'Davious White (back) resumed light workouts after missing Tuesday's loss to Tennessee. Tight end Dawson Knox is dealing with a calf injury.

--Field Level Media

Here are your prop bets for this game...

Chiefs @ Bills Mon, Oct 19, 2020 EST

Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Total Completions Moneyline
701 Over  27  Completions -115
702 Under  27  Completions -115
Must Start
Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Total Passing Yards Moneyline
703 Over  310½  Passing Yards -115
704 Under  310½  Passing Yards -115
Must Start
Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Total Touchdown Passes Moneyline
705 Over  2½  TD Passes +165
706 Under  2½  TD Passes -200
Must Start
Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Will He Throw an Interception Moneyline
707 Yes     +135
708 No     -165
Must Start
Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Longest Completion Moneyline
709 Over  38½  Longest Completion -115
710 Under  38½  Longest Completion -115
Must Play
Rot Patrick Mahomes (KC) Total Rushing Yards Moneyline
711 Over  24½  Rushing Yards -115
712 Under  24½  Rushing Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Clyde Edwards Helaire (KC) Total Rushing Yards Moneyline
713 Over  72½  Rushing Yards -115
714 Under  72½  Rushing Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Clyde Edwards Helaire (KC) Total Receptions Moneyline
715 Over  4½  Receptions +120
716 Under  4½  Receptions -150
Must Play
Rot Clyde Edwards Helaire (KC) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
717 Over  32½  Receiving Yards -115
718 Under  32½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Clyde Edwards Helaire (KC) Total Rushing + Receiving Yards Moneyline
719 Over  105½  Rush+Receiving Yards -115
720 Under  105½  Rush+Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Tyreek Hill (KC) Total Receptions Moneyline
721 Over  5½  Receptions -145
722 Under  5½  Receptions +115
Must Play
Rot Tyreek Hill (KC) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
723 Over  74½  Receiving Yards -115
724 Under  74½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Mecole Hardman (KC) Total Receptions Moneyline
725 Over  4½  Receptions -115
726 Under  4½  Receptions -115
Must Play
Rot Mecole Hardman (KC) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
727 Over  57½  Receiving Yards -115
728 Under  57½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Travis Kelce (KC) Total Receptions Moneyline
729 Over  6½  Receptions -105
730 Under  6½  Receptions -125
Must Play
Rot Travis Kelce (KC) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
731 Over  75½  Receiving Yards -115
732 Under  75½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Josh Allen (BUF) Total Completions Moneyline
801 Over  24½  Completions -125
802 Under  24½  Completions -105
Must Start
Rot Josh Allen (BUF) Total Passing Yards Moneyline
803 Over  295½  Passing Yards -115
804 Under  295½  Passing Yards -115
Must Start
Rot Josh Allen (BUF) Total Touchdown Passes Moneyline
805 Over  1½  TD Passes -235
806 Under  1½  TD Passes +195
Must Start
Rot Josh Allen (BUF) Will He Throw an Interception Moneyline
807 Yes     -200
808 No     +165
Must Start
Rot Josh Allen (BUF) Longest Completion Moneyline
809 Over  39½  Longest Completion -115
810 Under  39½  Longest Completion -115
Must Play
Rot First To Score Moneyline
1001 Chiefs     -145
1002 Bills     +115
 
Rot Score in 1st 5½ min Moneyline
1003 Yes     -130
1004 No     Ev
 
Rot First Score of the Game Moneyline
1005 TD     -170
1006 Any Other Score     +140
 
Rot First Scoring Play Moneyline
1007 Chiefs TD     +165
1008 Chiefs FG     +290
1009 Chiefs Any Other Score     +4500
1010 Bills TD     +220
1011 Bills FG     +325
1012 Bills Any Other Score     +5000
 
Rot Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD Moneyline
1013 Yes     +225
1014 No     -300
 
Rot Total TDs in the Game Moneyline
1015 Over  6½  TDs -115
1016 Under  6½  TDs -115
 
Rot Total FGs Scored in the Game Moneyline
1017 Over  3½  FGs -130
1018 Under  3½  FGs Ev
 
Rot Longest TD in the Game Moneyline
1019 Over  48½  Yards -115
1020 Under  48½  Yards -115
 
Rot Shortest TD in the Game Moneyline
1021 Over  1½  Yards +105
1022 Under  1½  Yards -135
 
Rot Longest FG Scored in the Game Moneyline
1023 Over  47½  Yards -115
1024 Under  47½  Yards -115
If there is no FG attempted and or made, the Under will count as a winner.
Rot A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times Moneyline
1025 Yes     -330
1026 No     +240
 
Rot Team To Score Longest TD Moneyline
1027 Chiefs     -145
1028 Bills     +115
 
Rot Team To Score Longest FG Moneyline
1029 Chiefs     -115
1030 Bills     -115
 
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins Game Moneyline
1031 Yes     -165
1032 No     +135
 
Rot Team to Call 1st Timeout Moneyline
1033 Chiefs     -115
1034 Bills     -115
 
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Chiefs/Chiefs     -110
1036 Chiefs/Tie     +3500
1037 Chiefs/Bills     +800
1038 Tie/Chiefs     +1500
1039 Tie/Tie     +5000
1040 Tie/Bills     +2000
1041 Bills/Chiefs     +450
1042 Bills/Tie     +3500
1043 Bills/Bills     +260
1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.
Rot Race To 10 Points Moneyline
1044 Chiefs     -175
1045 Bills     +110
1046 Neither     +9000
 
Rot Will the Game go to Overtime Moneyline
1047 Yes     +900
1048 No     -2500
 
Rot Highest Scoring Half Moneyline
1049 1st Half     -125
1050 2nd Half     -120
1051 Tie     +2000
OT Not Included
Rot Highest Scoring Quarter Moneyline
1052 1st Quarter     +450
1053 2nd Quarter     +165
1054 3rd Quarter     +450
1055 4th Quarter     +190
1056 Tie     +850
 
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1057 Chiefs to win by 1-3 pts     +500
1058 Chiefs to win by 4-6 pts     +750
1059 Chiefs to win by 7-10 pts     +550
1060 Chiefs to win by 11-13 pts     +1200
1061 Chiefs to win by 14-17 pts     +800
1062 Chiefs to win by 18-21 pts     +1000
1063 Chiefs to win by 22 or more pts     +400
1064 Bills to win by 1-3 pts     +900
1065 Bills to win by 4-6 pts     +1300
1066 Bills to win by 7-10 pts     +1000
1067 Bills to win by 11-13 pts     +2400
1068 Bills to win by 14-17 pts     +1500
1069 Bills to win by 18-21 pts     +2200
1070 Bills to win by 22 or more pts     +1100
 
Rot Total Points Scored Moneyline
1071 00-14 Points     +18000
1072 15-21 Points     +5500
1073 22-28 Points     +2000
1074 29-35 Points     +950
1075 36-42 Points     +600
1076 43-49 Points     +450
1077 50-56 Points     +400
1078 57-63 Points     +400
1079 64-70 Points     +450
1080 71-77 Points     +700
1081 78 or More Points     +450
 
Rot 1st Half Total TDs Scored Moneyline
1082 Over  3½  TDs +115
1083 Under  3½  TDs -145
 
Rot 1st Half Total FGs Scored Moneyline
1084 Over  1½  FGs -125
1085 Under  1½  FGs -105
 
Rot Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half Moneyline
1086 Yes     -375
1087 No     +275

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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