- Travis Kelce has -115 odds to go over 78.5 receiving yards in the AFC Championship Game.
- Kelce has done so ten times this season, with eight unders.
- Last time he played the Bengals, they held him to only six targets – his lowest target total of the season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs will be perhaps the most important receiver on the field for Patrick Mahomes as the Chiefs take on the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game.
Total Receiving Yards - Travis Kelce Odds
- Over 78.5 -115
- Under 78.5 -115
Travis Kelce has -115 yards to have more than 78.5 receiving yards in the matchup against Cincinnati.
Kelce has played a total of 18 games this season, counting the playoffs. He’s gone over 78.5 receiving yards in ten of them, and under in the remaining eight.
Five of his over hits came on the road, and five came at home, although his two highest receiving yards totals of the year were on the road.
All but one of the games in which Kelce saw double-digit targets this season saw him go over 78.5 receiving yards.
Who will record the most Receiving Yards in the AFC Championship Game?
- Travis Kelce +150
- Ja'Marr Chase (CIN) -200
Cincinnati WR Ja’Marr Chase is the only player in the game with an O/U higher than Kelce’s, and Kelce isn’t even that much of an underdog, with +150 odds to outdo Chase at the online sportsbooks.
In KC’s previous matchup against Cincinnati, an away game that they lost 24-27, Kelce racked up only 56 yards on four catches. He was targeted only six times – his lowest target total of the season.
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Total Receptions - Travis Kelce Odds
- Over 7.5 +120
- Under 7.5 -160
That target total looms large in this game. Kelce is the single most reliable weapon that the Chiefs have, and the last time he played Cincinnati, he was targeted less than in any other game.
For context, Kelce only has three games with seven targets and five with eight, and the Bengals held him to six.
Kelce racked up a monstrous 14 receptions on 17 targets against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional Round.
The Chiefs offense will hum if he can get open enough to replicate that performance.
NFL betting fans can find out when the Chiefs and Bengals collide in the AFC Championship Game at 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday.
Kelce Over 78.5 Receiving Yards? Y/N
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