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Best NFC & AFC Championship Sunday Player Prop Bets: Final Four

Best NFC & AFC Championship Sunday Player Prop Bets: Final Four
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The NFL betting Championship Sunday has arrived with the AFC and NFC title games this weekend. Don’t risk your hard-earned assets before checking our best prop bets to back.

The day begins with the NFC Championship Game. The top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles play host to the San Francisco 49ers. Both teams boast starting quarterbacks under 25. San Francisco rookie QB Brock Purdy, the final player chosen in the 2022 NFL Draft, is 7-0 straight up and 6-1 ATS since taking over for Jimmy Garoppolo. That's on top of the fact that the 49ers have won 12 straight.


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The line in this game has been stable since it was set last Sunday. The Eagles are a 2.5-point home favorite. The total has edged up to 46 points, a beefy number given both landed under their totals last week.

The AFC Championship is a rematch of last year's game, won by the Bengals 27-24. The teams met in Cincinnati earlier this season, and the Bengals took that one by the same score. This line has swung 4 points. It opened with the Chiefs as 2.5-point favorites. It now has Kansas City as 1.5-point home dogs. The total has held at 47 points.

All of these situations factor into the decision making for bettors during the playoffs, especially in the player prop market.

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Best NFL Conference Championship Player Props To Back

Best NFC & AFC Championship Sunday Player Prop Bets: Final Four 1

Here are our best NFL player prop bets on sports betting apps for the NFL Conference Championship Round on Sunday.

PlayerWagerOdds
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Over 1.5 TDs Passing -108 at FanDuel
49ers QB Brock PurdyUnder 31.5 Passing Attempts -110 at DraftKings
49ers RB Christian McCaffrey Under 64.5 Yards Rushing -115 at BetMGM
Bengals QB Joe Burrow Under 276.5 Yards Passing -122 at FanDuel
Bengals TE Hayden Hurst Over 34.5 Yards Receiving -115 at BetMGM
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Jalen Hurts, Over 1.5 TDs Passing

Odds: -108 at FanDuel

Best Bet: Jalen Hurts is coming off a shoulder injury. But his play last week against the Giants after the bye offered no hints of any problems. He's gone over this number in nine of his past 14 games. In Philly's 38-7 beatdown of Big Blue, Hurts threw for a pair of TDs. The Eagles want to get ahead early and force Purdy to throw. The trio of A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert should be able to find the end zone twice between them. And that's not even factoring in Hurts' ability to wheel and find the likes of Miles Sanders as a checkdown option.

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Brock Purdy, Under 31.5 Passing Attempts

Odds: -110 at DraftKings

Best Bet: Brock Purdy has been as close to perfect as you can get in the NFL. He has yet to lose as a starting QB. He's thrown 13 TD passes against just four picks. He's gone three games without an interception. Much of this has to do with the way he has been used by Kyle Shanahan. He has been set up to succeed. Purdy rarely threw the ball in the Red Zone in last week's win over Dallas. As Sunday's game proceeds, expect a similar mindset to prevail. He has yet to go over this number in regulation this season.

Christain McCaffrey, Under 64.5 Yards Rushing

Odds: -115 at BetMGM

Best Bet: Christain McCaffrey ran roughshod over the Seahawks in the Wild Card Round, chewing up 119 yards on 15 carries. But the Cowboys limited him to just 35 yards on 10 carries. The Eagles are in the middle of pack when it comes to stopping the run, allowing 121.6 yards per game in the regular season. But they'll load up the box and force Purdy to beat them in the air. You will need to shop around here, given that this number is as low as 59.5 elsewhere. Any number over 60 is a solid play on the downside.

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Best NFC & AFC Championship Sunday Player Prop Bets: Final Four 2

Joe Burrow, Under 276.5 Yards Passing

Odds: -122 at FanDuel

Best Bet: Joe Burrow has been held under this number in five of his past six starts. And he's fallen under his projected number in six of his past eight games. But when the Bengals beat Kansas City 27-24 on Dec. 4, Burrow threw for 286 yards and connected for a pair of TDs against no picks. He hit that number on just 31 attempts, his second-lowest amount since November (He was limited to 250 yards in the AFC Championship Game at Kansas City last year.) The Chiefs will adjust to prevent Burrow from connecting deep like he did last monnth - his longest completion was 40 yards. Tyler Boyd had 60 yards receiving against the Chiefs earlier this season but has been limited to 49 yards in his past two games. Samaje Perine had 49 yards receiving against the Chiefs but has amassed just 31 yards receiving total in the postseason.

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Hayden Hurst, Over 34.5 Yards Receiving

Odds: -115 at BetMGM

Best Bet: Tight ends soared in the divisional round. George Kittle (with some help from Dak Prescott) was nearly single-handedly responsible for the 49ers hanging on against Dallas. Travis Kelce dominated Jacksonville, scoring a pair of TDs and stockpiling 98 yards on 14 receptions and 17 targets. Lost in this talk was Bengals TE Hayden Hurst. He was used sparingly against Kansas City in December, but has since seen his role elevated. Burrow and Hurst connected five times for 59 yards in Buffalo and four times for 45 yards against Baltimore. This number is a good discount.

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.