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Best player prop bets to consider for Chiefs vs. Packers in NFL Week 13

Henry Palattella goes over their favorite player prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Chiefs vs. Packers in Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.

Wide receiver Rashee Rice of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates a fourth-quarter touchdown against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium on November 26, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders 31-17. Photo by Candice Ward/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers are starting to heat up and they can take a huge step toward getting in the playoff mix with a win against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night from Lambeau Field.

Green Bay (5-6) has won two straight and is beginning to flip around the close games they were losing earlier in the season. A lot of the turnaround can be credited to quarterback Jordan Love, who has thrown for 1,107 yards with eight touchdowns and just two interceptions over his past four games.

Kansas City (8-3) got back on the winning track last Sunday with a 31-17 decision over the Las Vegas Raiders. With the Chiefs’ final six games against teams currently at .500 or below, they could be ready to surge into the playoffs.

The Chiefs are a six-point favorite on the road. Here are a few player props to think about for this contest. All odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Chiefs vs. Packers player prop bets

Rashee Rice — Over 47.5 yards receiving (-115)

Rice has been an animal as of late, as evidenced by his 108 yards receiving on eight receptions against Las Vegas last week. With the game, Rice became the first Chiefs rookie receiver to have a 100-yard game since Dwayne Bowe and became the first Chief to have 100+ yards since Week 7 last year. Rice seems like a lock to clear this over on Sunday.

Isiah Pacheco — anytime touchdown (+100)

Pacheco reached the end zone twice against Las Vegas last week (his first touchdown(s) in nearly two months) and should have no trouble finding the end zone against a Packers team that’s allowed the seventh-most rushing yards in the NFL. He’s also had 4+ targets in four of his last six games, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see him used as a pass-catching option in the red zone this week.

Jordan Love — Over 1.5 touchdown passes (+145)

Love’s tossed at least two touchdown passes in the last three games and is coming off a three-touchdown game against the Lions on Thanksgiving. While the Chiefs haven’t allowed a quarterback to toss multiple touchdown passes against them since the end of October, Love’s been on a different level lately and will have the benefit of the Lambeau Field crowd behind him.