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NFL Prop Specials: AFC & NFC Championships Specials, Chiefs Fireworks

AFC NFC Championships Prop Bets and Specials

Each week during the NFL season, sportsbooks across the industry come up with special and topical betting props and we here at Odds Shark have aggregated them for you.

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Here’s what bookmakers have set for the AFC and NFC championships and beyond:

AFC & NFC Championship Stat Prop Specials

The Green Bay Packers rank 23rd against the rush and have allowed nearly 113 rush yards per game over its past three contests. With San Francisco featuring a three-man backfield of Tevin Coleman, Raheem Mostert and Matt Breida, it would appear that Jimmy G. is somewhat overvalued at +200. The Niners can control the pace of the game on the ground and after Garoppolo completed just 11-of-17 passes against the Vikings, one should not be eager to back.

On the flip side, Aaron Rodgers is about to face the league's top-ranked pass defense and one that held him to 104 passing yards back in Week 12. Although he's the chalk pick, Patrick Mahomes at EVEN odds is pretty good value against the Titans. He lit 'em up for 446 pass yards in his first game back from a dislocated kneecap earlier this season.

Which Quarterback Will Have the Most Passing Yards?
Patrick MahomesEVEN
Jimmy Garoppolo+200
Aaron Rodgers+300
Ryan Tannehill+700

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

San Francisco's Tevin Coleman posted a season-high 22 carries for a 105 yards in the Niners win over the Vikings. If you're looking to avoid Henry at -110, Coleman could be of interest. Even at -110, it's difficult to fade Henry after the Titans back has averaged 159 rush yards per game over his past eight. Is 90+ carries over the past three games his breaking point?

Which Player Will Have the Most Rushing Yards?
Derrick Henry-110
Aaron Jones+300
Tevin Coleman+500
Damien Williams+600
Raheem Mostert+750

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

This is the toughest stat prop of the weekend. However, I think one of the two tight ends wins the bet.

If you're looking at Travis Kelce, know that he posted seven receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown against the Titans earlier this year. Opposing tight ends averaged five receptions for 57 yards against Tennessee (ranked 25th vs TE).

San Francisco's George Kittle caught six passes for 129 yards against the Packers in their first meeting. Opposing tight ends average five receptions for 54 yards against Green Bay this year.

Which Player Will Have the Most Receiving Yards?
Davante Adams+300
Travis Kelce+300
Tyreek Hill+350
George Kittle+500
Deebo Samuel+600
Sammy Watkins+600
A.J. Brown+1200

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Kansas City is the only team to score more than 37 points in these playoffs. The other 15 single-team scores averaged 20.3 points.

What will Be Conference Championship High-Score by One Team?
OVER 37-110
UNDER 37-130

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Will the Kansas City Chiefs Score 50-or-More Points?

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

For as much scoring as there was in the Chiefs 51-31 win over the Texans, Tyreek Hill was relatively quiet. He caught three balls for 41 yards and his longest reception was 20 yards. Hill still only has one reception of more than 50 yards on his 2019-20 resume. He did, however, catch 11 balls for 157 yards against the Titans the first time around with a 39-yard reception.

Will Tyreek Hill Have a Reception Over 50 Yards?

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Ryan Tannehill has averaged 82.5 pass yards in the Titans two playoff wins. Henry has averaged 188.5 rush yards in the two wins. Yet, Tannehill heads into the AFC Championship the heavy favorite to post more pass yards than Henry's rush total. After Kansas City scored touchdowns on seven consecutive drives, it's apparent that the Titans will likely have to throw the football around Arrowhead if they want to pull off its third upset in a row and advance to Super Bowl 54.

Which will be Higher?
Derrick Henry Rush Yards+300
Ryan Tannehill Pass Yards-500

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Will Derrick Henry rush for more than 180 Yards?

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Will Tannehill pass for Fewer than 100 Yards and Titans Win?

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

San Francisco sacked Kirk Cousins six times in the Niners' divisional playoff win. With the return of Dee Ford, the team's pass rush enjoyed a significant upgrade as five different players recorded a sack last weekend. Green Bay's offensive line has allowed just over two sacks per game this season, but Aaron Rodgers was taken to the turf five times in the Packers' first matchup against the 49ers.

San Francisco averages 3.2 sacks per game to-date.

How many sacks will the 49ers Have vs Packers?
OVER 3-140
UNDER 3+100

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

In one of the funnier moments of this year's NFL playoffs, Arrowhead Stadium ran out of celebratory fireworks after the Chiefs offense scored seven consecutive touchdowns.

One would think, regardless of whether or not it happens again, Kansas City's Department of Pyrotechnics will be fully stocked so long as Patrick Mahomes is quarterback.

Will The Chiefs Run Out of Fireworks Sunday vs Titans

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline

Antonio Brown Exotic Bet

After he posted his latest, ahem, conversation with law enforcement on Instagram, bookmakers set odds as to whether or not Antonio Brown will be arrested this year.

Will Antonio Brown Get Arrested in 2020?

Odds as of January 15 at BetOnline