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Week 8 Monday Night Football No House Advantage Picks | Giants vs. Chiefs

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There are two interesting teams in this Monday Night Football matchup, with the New York Giants taking on the Kansas City Chiefs. These prime-time matchups always lead to big player performances, which is great for NFL DFS.

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No House Advantage brings gamers a different twist. NHA offers props for various players at different point levels. The optimal way to win prop bets is by utilizing the Awesemo No House Advantage projections to find the biggest discrepancy between the NHA prop and the tool itself. Let’s go over some NFL DFS advice for the Monday Night Football game and dive into some of the No House Advantage prop picks.

No House Advantage: Week 8 Monday Night Football Picks

Travis Kelce: Under 85.5 Yards Receiving

While the Chiefs are expected to get the win tonight, the Awesemo Player Prop Tool is not expecting Travis Kelce to have a massive game. The tool projects him for only 74.67 yards, which is over 10 under the prop line.

Kelce continues to be a big part of the offense, seeing double-digit targets in four of his past five games. However, he has totaled 65 or less yards in three of his past four games. The Giants have also contained the tight end position this season, allowing 48.7 receiving yards per game to the position. While Kelce is in a league of his own, this NHA prop line is high.

Darius Slayton: Over 45.5 Yards Receiving

The Giants receiving corps continues to be beaten up, with Kenny Golladay ruled out and both Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney both questionable. Darius Slayton is good to go, and he should continue to perform at a high level. Slayton has played in four games this season. However, he saw only 13% of snaps in one of the weeks. In the other three games, he totaled 54 or more receiving yards in each.

The Chiefs have allowed the third-most yards per pass attempt (8.3), and Slayton should be one of the most to benefit.

Darrel Williams: Over 60.5 Yards Rushing

With Clyde Edwards-Helaire still out, Darrel Williams will continue to see the majority of the running back snaps. Despite starting the past two games, he has only had one chance to showcase his abilities. He took 21 carries 62 yards in the Chiefs’ win against  the Washington Football Team. In last week’s blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans, he saw only five carries, as the Chiefs attempted to play catch-up. With the Chiefs projected to be leading throughout tonight, Williams should again see a heavy workload, pointing to the over hitting on this prop.

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The Awesemo Player Prop Tool projects Williams for 75.2 rushing yards, crushing this NHA prop.


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Zach Brunner is the founder of FlurrySports and a featured sports betting and fantasy sports expert for numerous outlets. With an education in business, coaching and history education, he has taken a little bit from all of his experiences to give him a well-rounded, unique point of view in the sports industry. Follow him on Twitter @FantasyFlurry to keep up with other things he is doing.

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