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In advance of Thursday’s game, here are the key stats and trends you need to know about Clyde Edwards-Helaire and his player prop bet options. He’ll take the field starting at 8:15 PM ET on Amazon Prime Video. Edwards-Helaire and the Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) are set for an AFC West matchup in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Chargers (1-0) at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Player Props vs. Los Angeles
- Matchup: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- Time: 8:15 PM
- Date: September 15, 2022
- Rushing Yards Prop: Over 45.5 (-115)
- Receiving Yards Prop: Over 16.5 (-115)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Rushing Stats
- Last year Edwards-Helaire took 119 attempts for 517 rushing yards (51.7 per game) and four touchdowns.
- In terms of defending against the run, the Chargers were 30th in the NFL last season, giving up 138.9 yards per game.
- Edwards-Helaire and the Chiefs will face the NFL’s 29th-ranked defense last year in terms of rushing touchdowns conceded (22).
- Edwards-Helaire stayed on his feet for 208 rushing yards after contact last year, 49th in the league.
Against Los Angeles
- Against the Chargers, Edwards-Helaire has averaged 66 rushing yards per game over his two career matchups, 20.5 more yards than his over/under in Thursday’s game.
- In two games against them, Edwards-Helaire has run for more than 45.5 yards once.
- In two games versus the Chargers Edwards-Helaire has not run for a touchdown.
Last Season Stats: Chiefs vs. Chargers
- Last year, the Chiefs put up just 1.2 more points per game (28.2) than the Chargers gave up (27.0).
- The Chiefs racked up 396.8 yards per game last season, 36.7 more yards than the 360.1 the Chargers allowed per contest.
- Last season the Chiefs passed for 60.6 more yards per game (281.8) than the Chargers allowed per outing (221.2).
- The Chiefs rushed for 115.0 yards per game last season, 23.9 fewer than the 138.9 the Chargers allowed per outing.
- Last year the Chiefs turned the ball over 25 times, four more than the Chargers’ takeaways (21).