3. Travis Kelce OVER 62.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Kelce bathed in the fountain of youth and was the Chiefs' best player against the Bills, turning back the clock with a phenomenal five-catch, 75-yard performance with a pair of TDs to give Kansas City the victory.
He needs just six catches to surpass Jerry Rice for first all-time on the postseason receptions list, and I believe Mahomes will look Kelce's way early and often just as he did last week.
The no-doubt Hall of Famer has at least 71 receiving yards in 11 consecutive playoff games. He shows up in these moments and this week will be no different.
4. Travis Kelce Anytime TD (+105)
Kelce has at least one TD in 10 of his last 12 playoff games, compiling 13 total in that stretch. Whether he's scoring on a deep route or muscling his way into the end zone on a short pass, two examples from last week's win, he remains the most dangerous TD threat on the team.
Unless you think the Chiefs will be shut out altogether, there is a high probability that Kelce will score a TD.
In the biggest games, Mahomes looks Kelce's way as the receiver he knows he can trust no matter what. He hadn't found the end zone in over a month before last week's two-TD effort, and now it feels like the flood gates are open.
Trust in Kelce to once again deliver as the Chiefs try to snag another Super Bowl appearance. The other most dependable TD scorer on the team, as you'll see on the next page, should be in for a big day as well.