The second of Sunday’s two Conference Championship games could be an absolute classic, with the Cincinnati Bengals facing the Kansas Chiefs for a trip to the Super Bowl.
There's plenty of scoring opportunity in this game for bettors, so why don’t we get right into the action? Don’t miss our NFL anytime touchdown prop picks for the Bengals vs. Chiefs on January 29.
For more, be sure to check out Jason Logan's full AFC Championship betting preview, as well as our Bengals vs. Chiefs prop picks.
Bengals vs Chiefs touchdown props
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Bengals vs Chiefs TD props
At +100, you won’t find a better prop bet for the AFC Championship game. While the injury to Patrick Mahomes will probably limit Kansas City's volume of passing, Travis Kelce is the heartbeat of this team and will always be involved — especially in the red zone.
He’s had 14 touchdowns this season, with two of those coming last week against the Jaguars. With the season on the line and Mahomes banged up for most of it, Kelce was still targeted an incredible 17 times and recorded 14 receptions.
The Mahomes-Kelce connection is one of the strongest in the NFL. With the chance to reach the Super Bowl in play, you can guarantee they’ll be looking for their All-Pro tight end to play an important role.
Prop: Travis Kelce anytime touchdown (-105)
Chase can't be caught
If Kelce is the man to trust for the Chiefs, then the same can be said of Ja’Marr Chase for the Bengals. His chemistry with Joe Burrow is arguably in the same bracket as that of Mahomes and Kelce, dating back to their time playing together at LSU.
Chase finished the regular season sixth in touchdowns scored (9), which is not bad for a player who missed all of November with a hip injury.
The star wideout has scored in each of the Bengals’ two playoff games and has been targeted at least eight times in all but one game this season. At odds of +100, it makes too much sense to bet on Chase's anytime market.
Prop: Ja'Marr Chase anytime touchdown (-105)
1B to Chase's 1A
You could make a serious argument that Tee Higgins is the best second option in any team’s receiving corps. Although he isn’t always Burrow’s first read, he’s still a hugely important part of this team and can often thrive with the opposition’s best corner shadowing Chase.
Higgins surpassed 1,000 yards on the season, scored seven touchdowns, and could very well add to that tally against a Chiefs secondary that is far from the best in the NFL.
Although he's gone scoreless in his past three outings for the Bengals, Higgins successfully reached paydirt in all of the four games prior. When these two teams met in early December, Higgin hauled in three of his five targets and scored a touchdown.
It wouldn’t be a shock to see him do it again on Sunday.
Prop: Tee Higgins anytime touchdown (+195)