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Same Game Parlay Prop Bet for Bengals vs Chiefs AFC Championship Game

Adam Taylor McKillop
Here's a same game parlay prop bet for the Cincinnati Bengals vs Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship game.
Here's a same game parlay prop bet for the Cincinnati Bengals vs Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship game. / Andy Lyons/GettyImages
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After a fast and furious Divisional Round, the AFC Championship game is set up for a battle between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs. There's only four teams left in the NFL Playoffs and a trip to Super Bowl LVI is on the line for both sides.

With all of that in mind, the editors at The Duel have taken some time to analyze the matchup between the Bengals and Chiefs. If you're looking to get a little creative with your wagering, FanDuel Sportsbook has a number of prop bets available for this highly-anticipated bout.

There's sure to be fireworks between these two offenses, and The Duel has you covered with a great same game parlay option for the AFC Championship on Sunday.

AFC Championship Same Game Parlay

*Odds as of Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 4:45 p.m. ET

Same Game Parlay: (+327)

- Total Points: Over 54.5 (-110)
- Anytime Touchdown Scorer: Tyreek Hill (-150)
- Joe Burrow - Passing Yards: Over 287.5 (-114)
$10 Bet Pays: $32.77

Bengals vs Chiefs Parlay

It's pretty simple with this matchup: bettors should expect a ton of high-powered offense early and often. Kansas City has been on a tear offensively, hitting the over in each of their past five games, and averaging 35.8 points per game in that span. On the other hand, Cincinnati hasn't encountered a shootout since Week 17 of the regular season.

But, that can simply be attributed to some run-heavy offenses and stout defensive performances from teams like the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns. In fact, the Bengals hit the over in Week 17 against this same Chiefs defense in the last time these two teams met. Both sides combined for 65 points in that one.

Even just taking their average points per game, the Chiefs (28.2 ppg - 4th) and Bengals (27.1 ppg - 7th) project to put up 55.3 points, or hit the over on this prop.

Keeping in line with a pair of high-powered offenses means Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow continues his groove. Burrow averaged 288.2 passing yards per game this past season, but has hit the over on this prop in five of his past seven games.

He torched the Chiefs secondary for 446 passing yards back in Week 17, and Chiefs' safety Tyrann Mathieu's concussion status leaves a lot to be desired for Kansas City's pass defense.

Lastly, we'll add some juice with one of Patrick Mahomes favorite weapons, wide receiver Tyreek Hill. He's already scored a pair of TDs in two playoff games this season and out-paces Travis Kelce as Mahomes' preferred target. This includes ranking first on the Chiefs with 159 total targets and 23 red zone targets. The Chiefs have been scoring in bunches and it's hard to imagine Hill isn't in on that acton on Sunday.

Juiced at +327, this is a solid way to increase the payout if you want some parlay action on this AFC Championship clash.


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Adam Taylor McKillop is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Adam Taylor also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username atmckillop. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in their articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel. 

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