NFL Playoff Odds: Chiefs TE Travis Kelce Props For AFC Championship vs. Bengals

Written By Jeffrey Schreiber on January 28, 2023
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In the AFC Championship Game, the Kansas City Chiefs enter a showdown against the Cincinnati Bengals. NFL playoff odds are an opportune time for bettors to explore player props. This article will look at Travis Kelce props for conference championship weekend. Place a bet on these props by clicking any of the odds in the post.

But take note! Kelce popped up on the final injury report Friday with a back injury, one reportedly suffered near the end of the final practice of the week. Kansas City is at home against Cincinnati and the game has a total of .

Travis Kelce Props: AFC Championship

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Kelce Receiving Yards Prop

Oddsmakers are offering this depressed Over/Under on Kelce’s receiving yards, lined in the upper 70s. The facts are the facts. In Travis Kelce’s last seven playoff games, he has averaged more than 108 receiving yards per game without a contest of less than 95. I will no doubt be betting the Over on this line, if he’s active.

Kelce Receptions Prop: /

When the games matter most, Mahomes goes to his most reliable target early and often. Kelce is averaging 12 targets per game over his last seven playoff games. Kelce’s snap counts also go up in the Divisional Round and later. He’s played at least 86% in the six games after the Wild Card Round over the last two years. He was at 75% or below twice in two of the Chiefs’ last four regular-season games. Kelce also had five catches on the first drive alone last week.

Kelce Anytime Touchdown Odds:

Kelce snapped a six-game streak without recording a touchdown with another massive performance during the Divisional Round. He hauled in 14-of-17 targets for 98 yards and a pair of scores. The Chiefs TE scored 12 TDs during the regular season, leading the team. Kelce has also compiled 14 touchdowns in 16 career postseason games. Mahomes may stick to shorter, quicker passes with his injured ankle, which could benefit Kelce even more.

All of this is obviously contingent on Kelce’s Friday back injury not being serious.

AFC Championship Odds: Bengals At Chiefs

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Jeffrey Schreiber is a sports betting writer with TheLines and Catena Media. Jeff is recent college graduate with a background in finance and analytics. His goal is to provide readers with data and information behind the "why" to make a bet. His most memorable betting moment came during the divisional round of the 2022 NFL playoffs when he turned $37 in same-game parlay bets into $25,000.

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