- Sportsbooks are offering unique props for this weekend of the NFL Playoffs, like which team will score the most points with the Kansas City Chiefs the favorites at +175 betting odds.
- Other bets include Stefon Diggs to lead the weekend in receiving yards at +250, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to score the fewest points of all four teams for +175.
LAS VEGAS – As the NFL Playoffs head into conference championship weekend, online sportsbooks are offering some unique specialty prop bets regarding the four remaining teams.
Bettors who think they can nail certain categories from both of these big games can find these specialty odds right up their alley. Wagers like most rushing yards, most points, most passing yards, and even the fewest points scored are all available.
Odds for these specialty bets are increasing in value, but picking the right winner will be no easy task. With these being the biggest games of the season, truly anything can happen as these teams battle for a spot in the Super Bowl.
Taking a closer look at these lines available at the major online sportsbooks could yield some profitable results.
Conference Championships Weekend - Most Points Scored
- Kansas City Chiefs +175
- Green Bay Packers +200
- Buffalo Bills +250
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +350
Starting with this bet for the most points scored over the weekend, bettors can get profitable odds on the Chiefs even as the favorite at +175. While KC did average 29.1 points in the regular season, things could be different this week with Patrick Mahomes dealing with a concussion he suffered against the Cleveland Browns.
Those looking to bet on the NFL this weekend can get the Packers at +200 to score the most points. Green Bay put up a massive 36 points against the league-leading Los Angeles Rams defense last week, and will likely need to continue that production to keep up with a high-powered Buffalo Bills offense.
On the flip side of this, odds are also available for who will score the least points this weekend.
Conference Championships Weekend - Fewest Points Scored
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +175
- Buffalo Bills +200
- Green Bay Packers +250
- Kansas City Chiefs +350
While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the favorites here, all four of these teams are led by their strong offenses and can put up points. The Bucs actually have one of the better defenses left in the playoffs, but their offense must go up against a Packers defense that appears to have few weaknesses.
The Bucs will look to Tom Brady to lead them down the field against that defense, but it remains to be seen whether the veteran can keep up with the numbers of Aaron Rodgers. Brady only threw for 199 yards in the win over the New Orleans Saints, while Rodgers put up 296 against the Rams.
Those looking to wager on who will have the most passing yards over the weekend can also do so via these specialty props.
Conference Championships Weekend - Most Passing Yards
- Patrick Mahomes (KC) +175
- Josh Allen (BUF) +200
- Aaron Rodgers (GB) +250
- Tom Brady (TB) +350
Pat Mahomes is easily capable of putting up a 300+ yard performance but is still a question mark with his injury.
If Mahomes is healthy, he will likely be slinging the ball to Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce as he has done in excess over the last few years. As of Wednesday, Mahomes is still in concussion protocol and is hoping to practice by Thursday.
Those two are available for valuable odds to be the leading receivers over the weekend, with Buffalo’s Stefon Diggs and Green Bay’s Davante Adams as the deserved favorites.
Conference Championships Weekend - Most Receiving Yards
- Stefon Diggs (BUF) +250
- Davante Adams (GB) +275
- Tyreek Hill (KC) +350
- Travis Kelce (KC) +375
- Chris Godwin (TB) +1000
- Mike Evans (TB) +1200
- Allen Lazard (GB) +1800
- John Brown (BUF) +2000
- Antonio Brown (TB )+2000
Similarly, odds are available for who will lead the weekend in rushing, with Aaron Jones of the Packers as the strong favorite.
Conference Championships Weekend - Most Rushing Yards
- Aaron Jones (GB) +175
- Devin Singletary (BUF) +400
- Leonard Fournette (TB) +450
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC) +475
- Ronald Jones II (TB) +475
- Darrel Williams (KC) +650
Jones is the only true every-down back left amongst these four teams, but that doesn’t mean someone like Leonard Fournette couldn’t have a huge day and eclipse Jones’ yardage.
These props offer a unique viewing experience for those without a dog in the race this weekend. With most bettors gearing up for the Super Bowl, these bets could be the perfect way to cash in on championship weekend before the big game.
Jimmy Reinman honed his skills across various mediums including print, radio, and broadcast before bringing his arsenal of knowledge to the team here at USAOnlineSportsbooks in 2020. When he’s not writing, you can find him in a state of focused stress on any College Football Saturday, or maniacally constructing NBA parlays on a cool spring evening.