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Chiefs vs Titans prediction, props, odds: Top-rated NFL expert reveals player prop bet picks for Week 7

R.J. White has just revealed his top NFL prop bet picks for Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs
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The Tennessee Titans (4-2) host the Kansas City Chiefs (3-3) on Sunday, October 24 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. in a key Week 7 NFL game between two of the top contenders in the AFC. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. ET. The Chiefs are four-point favorites in the latest Titans vs. Chiefs odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 57.5 points. In addition to the Chiefs-Titans point spread and standard betting lines, Caesars is also offering a plethora of prop bet options for this critical AFC matchup, and SportsLine NFL expert R.J. White has just revealed his top plays.

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White, a CBS Sports fantasy and gambling editor, ended the 2020 season on an 80-59 run on all NFL picks, returning more than $1,400 during that span. He also enters Week 7 as SportsLine's hottest NFL expert, going 31-21-1 (+795) on his last 53 picks. It's no surprise, as White has cashed huge twice in the world's most prestigious football handicapping competition, the Las Vegas SuperContest. Anyone who has followed his picks has seen HUGE returns.

You can see all of White's expert NFL picks and analysis HERE.

Now, White has locked in on Titans vs. Chiefs and just revealed his top three prop bet picks for this Week 7 NFL matchup.

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Patrick Mahomes Over 324.5 passing yards

"This is a massive number, but if Zach Wilson can throw for nearly 300 yards on this defense, Mahomes can throw for 500. He had a string of three games under 300 yards before lighting up another bad defense in Washington to the tune of 397 passing yards, and with Tennessee losing Caleb Farley and getting even thinner on the back end, Mahomes should slice through this defense with ease. And Tennessee should do its part to make it a shootout and put the pressure on Mahomes to keep throwing. Yes, it's a huge number, but I still like it to come in."

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Ryan Tannehill Longest completion Over 35.5 yards (-120)

"The Chiefs have given up a whopping nine completions of at least this distance this year, including two to Baker Mayfield prior to his injury, one to Jalen Hurts and one to Taylor Heinicke. I expect Tannehill to hit A.J. Brown for a big play in this one, but even if he doesn't, tight ends like Dawson Knox, David Njoku and Ricky Seals-Jones have had receptions this long against this team."

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Ryan Tannehill Under 0.5 interceptions (-120)

"The interception Tannehill threw last week against the Bills was his first since Week 3, and he's thrown only four picks on the season. The Chiefs picked off Taylor Heinicke once last week, and it was their first interception since Week 2. And with Kansas City's poor rush defense, it's not like Tannehill has to throw 40 times in this game and put the ball at risk repeatedly, as Derrick Henry should be able to consistently help move the sticks."

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SportsLine Staff