2. Travis Kelce OVER 63.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
I know that Bill Belichick is notorious for removing opposing team's No. 1 options, but this is a vast overreaction.
New England's defense ranks 13th in opponent yards per pass attempt (6.3) while Kelce has at least 81 yards in three straight weeks. He had 10 targets with 83 yards against the Bills last week and I expect Mahomes to look his way often following the disappointing end to Week 14.
Kelce was fired up on his New Heights podcast this week and knows how important it is for the offense to get back on track. He'll clear this number.
3. Travis Kelce Anytime TD Scorer/Chiefs Moneyline Parlay (+130)
Sooner or later, Kelce is getting back in the end zone. He's scored just once in his last six games despite leading the Chiefs in red zone targets, and +130 odds is a lovely number for him to get a TD.
The Patriots will likely devote some defensive attention to Rashee Rice in the red zone, giving Kelce an opportunity to break free.
Provided the Chiefs don't get too cute with trick plays near the goal line, you can feel confident in Kelce scoring a TD.