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FanDuel Sunday Night NFL Football Week 2 Best Bets | Chiefs at Ravens

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This article will look at the best Week 2 NFL prop bets for Sunday’s night game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens. Using the Awesemo NFL Betting Props Tool, bettors can utilize it to maximize their profits and see which bets have the highest expected return on investment. Also, bettors can use OddsShopper to find which sportsbooks are offering the best prices for these prop bets.

Mecole Hardman Over 36.5 Yards Receiving

Hardman has settled in as Kansas City No. 2 receiver in his third NFL season, and with the pass-happy Chiefs, Hardman should have plenty of opportunities to make big plays this season. He brought in all three of his targets for 19 yards in the season-opening win over Cleveland. However, Hardman’s big-play ability — seven receptions of 20 or more yards in 2020 — and shiftiness always make him an intriguing fantasy play. He has a fantastic matchup against a Ravens secondary that allowed 14 receptions for 243 yards and one touchdown to Oakland’s receivers last week. Hardman is projected to have 53.38 yards receiving, which make him a tremendous value play, as the prop of over 36.5 yards receiving has a 73% chance of hitting and an expected return on investment of 37.8%.

Demarcus Robinson Over 19.5 Yards Receiving

Robinson is projected for 28.89 yards receiving this week. He had one reception on two targets for 9 yards last week; however, he was on the field for the second-most snaps of all the Chiefs receivers and is expected to be on the field a lot tonight. He has averaged more than two catches and 28.5 yards per game over the last two years. He has seen his odds increase to -113, making the over a more valuable play, with the likeness of it hitting set at 66%.

Travis Kelce Under 7.50 Receptions

Kelce is a significant part of Kansas City’s offense, and the Ravens defense was burnt by Darren Waller for 105 yards and one touchdown on 10 receptions in Week 1. However, Kansas City has a lot more offensive weapons than the Raiders, and it is expected that Baltimore will make some defensive adjustments. Last year the Ravens allowed fewer than six completions a game to tight ends, and Kelce is projected to have 6.16 receptions this game. While the under odds have dropped from -115 to -122, Awesemo still sees the bet as a good play, with a 67% chance of hitting.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire Over 49.50 Yards Rushing

Edwards-Helaire is coming off a disappointing performance, as he rushed for 43 yards on 14 carries (3.1 yards per carry) in Week 1, marking the seventh time he failed to average 4 yards per attempt. He finished last season averaging 4.4 yards per carry. Edwards-Helaire is expected to have a bounce-back game against the Ravens, as the Chiefs are slated to run the ball more than they did against the Browns (28% of their snaps).

Edwards-Helaire is projected for 64.25 yards on the ground against the Ravens, with a 73% chance of going over the prop. The odds have dropped to -113, which makes the return on investment slightly more than the very generous 34.6%. Edwards-Helaire had 62 yards rushing against the Ravens, who allowed 82 yards to the Raiders a week ago in 2020.

Lamar Jackson Under 20 Completions

Jackson looked shaky as a passer against Oakland, as he completed just 19 of 30 passing attempts and was sacked three times, marking the 16th time over the last 18 games that he has completed fewer than 20 passes in a game. Jackson is projected to drop back around 37 times and complete over 19. While the under odds have dramatically dropped to -136, it has an expected win rate of 66%, so it is still a prop bet to consider. Jackson connected on just 15 of 28 pass attempts against Kansas City last season, and he may be without Marquise Brown (ankle) and Devin Duvernay (groin), who are both listed as questionable.


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