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Travis Kelce – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce hits the field in Sunday’s game, which starts at 1:00 PM ET on CBS, with several player prop bets available to wager on. The Indianapolis Colts (0-1-1) will be Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs’ (2-0) opponent in this Week 3 matchup at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Kelce Receiving Insights

  • Kelce’s 86 receiving yards per game are 14.5 more than his prop total for Sunday’s contest.
  • Kelce has put up over 71.5 receiving yards in one out of two games this year.
  • Kelce’s average prop total for receiving yards is 2686.0. But he is accumulating 2600.0 less per game than that.
  • Kelce has not gone over on a receiving yards prop bet this season in two games.
  • Kelce has had a touchdown catch in one of two games this season, but had only one TD in that game.

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Indianapolis Colts Rankings

  • The Colts give up 228.5 passing yards per game, the NFL’s 15th-ranked pass defense this season.
  • So far this season, the Colts have given up four passing TDs to their opponents, averaging two per game. That ranks 19th among NFL defenses.

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