Week 5 Prop Trends: Tyreek Hill NFL Prop Bets for Chiefs vs Raiders

Written by on October 9, 2020

Tyreek Hill and the Kansas City Chiefs square off against the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday at home at Arrowhead Stadium. Here are some betting insights and tips digging into the WR’s receiving prop bets for yards and touchdowns in that outing.

Hill’s Last Time Out

Tyreek Hill’s Last Time Out
Opponent Rec Yds TDs
Week 4 Patriots 4 64 1

Betting Information

Tyreek Hill Week 5 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Receiving Yards 84.5 -111 -119
Receiving TDs 0.5 -126 -104

Receiving Yards Betting Trends

  • Hill is averaging 71.5 receiving yards per game, 13.0 less than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s game (84.5).
  • Hill has totaled more than 84.5 receiving yards in 25% of his games this year (one of four).
  • Hill’s average prop bet for receiving yards is an over/under of 79 per game. He averages 7.5 less per game than that average.
  • Hill has gone over on receiving yards prop bets in just 25% of his games (one of four).
  • In only one of his four games (25%), Hill has gone over his average receiving yards prop bet of 79 yards.
  • Las Vegas has allowed four players to rack up more than 84.5 receiving yards in a game this season.
  • The Raiders defense has allowed opposing receivers to haul in the 17th-most yards in the NFL this season (258.0 per game).

Receiving TDs Betting Tips

  • Hill’s per-game receiving touchdown average — 1.0 — is 0.5 more touchdowns than his prop bet over/under in Thursday’s game (0.5).
  • In four of four games this year (100%), Hill has collected more than 0.5 receiving touchdowns.
  • Hill has pulled down 1.0 receiving touchdown per game, which is 0.5 more than his season average.
  • In four of his four games with a prop this season (100%), Hill has outpaced his receiving touchdowns prop bet total.
  • In 100% of his games (four out of four opportunities), Hill has outpaced his average receiving touchdowns prop bet total (0.5).
  • Las Vegas has allowed five players to score at least one receiving touchdown this season.
  • The Raiders have allowed the 26th-most receiving touchdowns in the NFL this season (1.3 per game).

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