Kansas City Chiefs star wideout Tyreek Hill continues to be a pain for opposing defenses to stop. Hill registered 1,276 receiving yards in the regular season and caught a career-high 15 touchdowns as Patrick Mahomes' No. 1 WR option. Hill will likely play a big role if the Chiefs are to clinch a Super Bowl berth and advance past the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game.
3. Any Time Touchdown Scorer: Tyreek Hill (-120)
If the Chiefs score a touchdown on Sunday (there will likely be plenty of them), expect Hill to be involved in at least one. Besides posting a career-best 15 receiving TDs this season, Hill also found the end zone twice on the ground. That gave him 17 total touchdowns in only 15 appearances this season. Putting the ball in Hill's hands and letting him work is a priority for the Chiefs, so don't be surprised if he finds pay dirt on Sunday.
2. Tyreek Hill - Receiving Yards: Under 79.5 (-112)
Hill is known as "Cheetah" for a reason: He is lightning quick. The wideout uses that speed to his advantage, often burning defenses for huge gains. However, the Kansas City receiver has only hit 80 or more receiving yards in six games this season, and those games usually came against poor defensive teams, like the New York Jets. Buffalo has an above-average defense that's playing its best football of the season right now, and the Bills held Hill to only 20 receiving yards in their previous meeting in Week 6. Notably, Hill has logged fewer than 80 receiving yards in five of his eight career playoff appearances, averaging 68.9 per game in the postseason.
1. Tyreek Hill - Total Receptions: Under 5.5 (+120)
The evidence here is hard to ignore. Hill posted more performances with 5 catches or fewer (9 games) than he did with 6-plus receptions (7 games). Taking his previous matchup against the Bills into account, where he only grabbed 3 receptions, it's hard to believe he's likely to hit the over here. A possibly dinged up Mahomes could also threaten to cut into Hill's reception total on Sunday.
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