After exciting wins for both teams during the Divisional Round, the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals will meet up in the AFC Championship Game with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.
The Chiefs are on fire after winning 11 of their last 12 games and are eyeing a third straight conference championship thanks in part to playmakers such as Tyreek Hill.
Let’s dive in to find out which player props for Hill stand out against the Bengals this week.
Please note that all NFL gameday lines are current as of 10 a.m. ET on Thursday, January 27..
Tyreek Hill Conference Championship Prop Bets
Over 75.5 Receiving Yards (-120) at FOX Bet
Wager: 1.5 Units
The Bengals have limited opponents to about 248 passing yards per game and only allowed two passing touchdowns in two playoff games so far. Then again, Derek Carr and Ryan Tannehill aren’t exactly Patrick Mahomes.
Hill just torched the Buffalo Bills for 150 yards on 11 catches in the Divisional Round, lighting up a defense that allowed the fewest passing yards per game during the regular season. His blinding speed makes him impossible for even the best units to contain.
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Cincinnati’s defense, on the other hand, allowed the seventh-most passing yards in the NFL during the regular season. And while they limited Hill to just 40 receiving yards during Week 17, Kansas City’s offense is operating at a different level in the postseason.
Expect this Over to hit for our NFL bet of the day.
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Anytime Touchdown (-126) at Caesars
Wager: 1 Unit
Hill has scored in consecutive postseason games for the first time in his career, so look for that streak to extend to three.
The Bengals’ defense was very bend-don’t-break during the regular season, allowing 4,222 yards through the air but just 26 passing touchdowns. Trying to cover Hill and Travis Kelce typically causes even the best defenses to break, however, as we saw last week with Buffalo.
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Bank on Hill finding the end zone again in what will likely be another high-scoring affair.