Bengals vs Chiefs props: 5 best under-the-radar prop bets that could cash this weekend

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KANSAS CITY, MO – JANUARY 30: Cincinnati Bengals kicker Evan McPherson (2) looks up before making a 31-yard field goal in the third quarter of the AFC Championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs on Jan 30, 2022 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO. (Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire)

Bengals vs Chiefs prop watch

The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for an AFC Championship bout this weekend that has all the makings of a classic. Naturally, bettors are flooding to their favorite sportsbooks to place their wagers, but what if you’re looking for some fun props to place?

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Bengals vs Chiefs betting info:

  • Spread: Bengals +1.5 | Chiefs -1.5
  • Moneyline: Bengals (-105), Chiefs (-115)
  • Over/Under: 48

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Juju Smith-Schuster under 49.5 receiving yards -120

Since leaving Pittsburgh, JuJu Smith-Schuster has struggled to find his footing. The wideout has under 40 yards of receiving in each of his last 4 games. In week 13, he only amassed 35 yards against the Bengals and while it would be tempting to inverse this, he’s gone for under 46 yards 10 times this year.

It’s also worth noting that Kadarius Toney is beginning to slowly creep up the depth chart. He caught 5 passes against the Jags and 4 against the Raiders a few weeks back. There is every chance that he surpasses the workload of JuJu, leaving the former Steeler twiddling his thumbs.

I’m following the trend here.

Isiah Pacheco over 55 rushing yards +110

The rookie running back exploded back onto the scene last week and amassed 95 yards against the Jags. When he last faced the Bengals, he ripped through the Cincy D-Line to put up 66 yards and a score. If Patrick Mahomes is any less than 100%, we could see a big workload for Pacheco, and his rushing yards should quickly mount up.

Travis Kelce anytime TD -105

Travis Kelce ended the season with a career-high 12 touchdowns and comes alive in the postseason. When Kelce faced the Bengals in the playoffs last year, he caught 10 passes for 95 yards. Given that Mahomes will likely be limping, finding his security blanket will likely be a regular occurrence, and few are more secure than the veteran TE.

Joe Mixon under 54.5 rushing yards +120

The Bengals and Chiefs are no longer strangers at this point and Kansas City will know just how much damage Joe Mixon can inflict. However, in 2 career games against KC, he’s only put up a combined 96 rushing yards. With Cincy finding some value in their rotational backs, the nature of this game could lend itself to backs like Perine playing a larger role due to their versatility out of the backfield.

If the Bengals want to run up the score, they’ll look to do so through the air. Mixon’s number has been inflated as of late and I think it comes back down here.

Frank Clark over 1 sack + 105

Frank Clark’s sack against the Jaguars pushed him to 12 career postseason sacks. That’s tied with Reggie White for the 4th most of ANYONE in NFL history. For some reason, Clark just comes alive under the postseason lights and at this price, I have no problem sprinkling some dollars to see if he can do it again.

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