Best Eagles-Chiefs prop bets today: Travis Kelce, DeVonta Smith among top Week 11 MNF parlay picks

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The Chiefs host the Eagles in prime time to close Week 11 of the 2023 NFL season in the most-anticipated "Monday Night Football" (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN) matchup of the season. For you to get your betting fix on the final game of the week and one of the best games this year, MNF brings us several good props to consider on SuperDraft, especially with a lot of superstar power on the field for this Super Bowl 57 rematch.

It's easy to get in on the action. If you successfully hit on two player props, you get 3x return. That exponentially grows all the way to 100x return for parlaying eight correct picks together at much longer odds. In other words, if you put down a $20 entry fee on our four props below and they all hit, you get paid $200. 

Whether you're going with a two-legged parlay or stringing together three-plus props, here are our four favorite SuperDraft plays for the most marquee intraconference matchup between Philadelphia and Kansas City:

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Best Eagles-Chiefs prop bets: SuperDraft player prop picks for Week 11 MNF

*10x potential payout if users parlay all four correct picks

1. Travis Kelce, TE, Chiefs — OVER 76.5 receiving yards

Will Taylor Swift come back to watch this game between her Brazilian tour stops in Rio and Sao Paulo? That would help because Kelce tends to ball out when his bae is around. No matter what, this is a huge game for his parents with his brother on the other side of the field. Karma is the Eagles' pass coverage vs. tight ends. Karma is Travis wanting to make his current (and future?) fam proud. Karma is a century mark.

2. DeVonta Smith, WR, Eagles  — OVER 56.5 receiving yards

Put up the Skinny Bat signal. Smith needs some of the love A.J. Brown is getting. Brown's number in the 80s is a little too high, as he should be the focal point of the Chiefs' coverage with no Dallas Goedert (forearm) to draw attention at tight end. Boom! Pow! Thwap! Smith can get it done here inside and outside. It's about time he stops getting the Robin treatment and turns into Nightwing.

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3. Rashee Rice, WR, Chiefs — OVER 42.5 receiving yards

Marques Valdez-Scantling is about to go from MVS to MIA against the outside corners James Bradberry and Darius Slay. The Eagles are seeing if Bradley Roby can save their arse in the slot with all their injuries because Sydney Brown is being roasted. With Skyy Moore fading in usage, it's time for Rice to come alive as K.C.'s No. 1. He just needs 50 yards to prove that here.

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4. Jalen Hurts, QB, Eagles — OVER 36.5 rushing yards

The Chiefs haven't faced many running QBs, but they gave up good yardage to Russell Wilson (31 and 30 yards), Justin Fields (47), and Trevor Lawrence (26). Hurts should be healed up and healthier after the bye, and the Eagles need to use his legs more again in this type of matchup where every first down is huge. Hurts hit 36 rushing yards vs. Dallas before the bye, and he also rumbled for 70 yards on Kansas City in the Super Bowl. He needs to move around and make plays for them to beat Patrick Mahomes this time at his own improv game.

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Vinnie Iyer is an NFL writer at The Sporting News