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Bookmakers have installed plenty of player props for Thursday’s NFL action, including for Justin Herbert, who takes to the field at 8:15 PM ET broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. AFC West foes meet in Week 2 when Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers (1-0) hit the field against the Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Justin Herbert Player Props vs. Kansas City
- Matchup: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs
- Time: 8:15 PM
- Date: September 15, 2022
- Passing Yards Prop: Over 282.5 (-115)
- Rushing Yards Prop: Over 13.5 (-115)
Justin Herbert Passing Stats
- Last year Herbert recorded 5,014 passing yards (294.9 per game) while going 443-for-672 (65.9% completion percentage) and throwing for 38 touchdowns with 15 interceptions.
- He also added 302 rushing yards on 63 carries with three touchdowns, averaging 17.8 yards per game.
- The Chiefs had the NFL’s 27th-ranked pass defense last season, yielding 251.4 yards per game through the air.
- The Chiefs allowed 27 touchdowns through the air (1.6 per game) last year. They were 16th in the league in that category.
- With 15 interceptions last year, the Chiefs’ defense was 12th in the NFL.
Against Kansas City
- In two matchups against the Chiefs, Herbert averaged 258.5 passing yards per game, 24.0 yards below his over/under for Thursday.
- In those games, Herbert did not throw for more yards in a contest than this game’s 282.5-yard over/under.
- Herbert recorded multiple TD passes in both of those matchups against the Chiefs.
Last Season Stats: Chargers vs. Chiefs
- The Chargers scored 27.9 points per game last season, 6.5 more than the Chiefs allowed per matchup (21.4).
- The Chargers averaged 21.3 more yards per game (390.2) than the Chiefs allowed per matchup (368.9) last year.
- Last season the Chargers piled up 282.4 yards per game through the air, 31.0 more than the Chiefs allowed per contest (251.4).
- The Chargers ran for just 9.7 fewer yards (107.9) than the Chiefs allowed per contest (117.6) last year.
- The Chargers turned the ball over 22 times last year, seven fewer than the Chiefs forced turnovers (29).