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John Hyslop shares why he is trusting Zay Jones and Travis Kelce this week for his same-game parlay for Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders.

Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders Same-Game Parlay: Trust Travis Kelce

Do you know what we need? We need action on the AFC West war that is the Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs game. Not just any action either, a nice little same game parlay. Nothing crazy, just a little two-man +120 job. First of all, two-man parlays are the easiest ones to cash. You only need two guys to cash. How hard is that? Not for nothing, I'd be shocked if this one didn't cash in the first half.

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Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs SGP (+120)

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Travis Kelce 5+ receptions

This one is the best place to start since there is no doubt Travis Kelce will catch at least five passes. The Raiders' defense is what I like to call, "not good". Especially against the tight end position. On the season, only three teams have given up more receptions to the tight end position than the Raiders. Only two teams have given up more yards. That's not ideal for a match up with the Chiefs. Kelce is coming off of a relatively quiet game against the Denver Broncos last week but before that he had caught 5+ balls in three straight games. One of those games was an eight reception outing against the Raiders. I think he catches at least five balls Sunday.

Zay Jones 30+ receiving yards

It looks more and more like Darren Waller will miss Sunday's game and if that's the case, Zay Jones could see some work. In the last two games with Waller missing either some or all, Jones has seen at least five receptions in each. On top of that, he was on the field for 86% of the snaps last week. You can't catch the ball unless you're on the field. That's how all this works. The Chiefs are decent at covering the wide receiver position but this is such a low bar to clear that I think Jones gets home safely on this number.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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