Betting on George Kittle Props vs. the Philadelphia Eagles

  • George Kittle has -115 odds to have more than 45.5 receiving yards against the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Kittle caught five passes for 95 yards against the Dallas Cowboys.
  • He’s gone over 80 yards in the air six times in his 17 games played this season + postseason.

PHILADELPHIA - George Kittle might be the most important matchup weapon for the San Francisco 49ers as they take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game.

Total Receiving Yards - George Kittle

  • Over 45.5 -115
  • Under 45.5 -115

Kittle’s O/U for 45.5 receiving yards is not that high – 45.5 is the second-highest on the 49ers, and tied with Eagles TE Dallas Goedert.

In Kittle’s 17 games played between the Playoffs and the regular season, he’s only gone over that number seven times.

In fact, he’s gone over 80 yards in the air six times – the only marginal over he’s hit is a 47-yard game against the Carolina Panthers in Week 5.

Kittle is fresh off of a 95-yard performance against the Dallas Cowboys. It was his third-highest receiving yards total of the season.

Total Receptions - George Kittle

  • Over 3.5 -170
  • Under 3.5 +130

There’s a reason this O/U is so heavily slanted towards the over at the online sportsbooks. Kittle has 11 games over 3.5 receptions this year, and only six under.

Notably, one of his unders was against the Seattle Seahawks in the Wildcard Round. The Seahawks were arguably the best team he hit the under against – and it’s possible the NFL betting sites know it.

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It seems possible that his usage declines against bad teams. Here’s the list of teams he hit unders against: The Rams, the Chargers, the Dolphins, the Saints, the Seahawks and the Rams again.

Of those teams, only the Dolphins and the Seahawks made the playoffs. The Dolphins are 19 in yards allowed while the Seahawks are 28th.

This could be a stretch, but it’s possible that Kittle simply isn’t needed against teams like that – teams that are either undermanned offensively or defensively. Only one of those games ended within one score.

George Kittle and the San Francisco 49ers take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST.

Kittle Over 45.5 Receiving Yards? Y/N