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Cincinnati Bengals +7 (-110)

For the AFC Championship, we get a rematch between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs. In the first matchup, the Bengals’ passing attack went off, while their defense contained Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.

While I don’t think their defense will do as good of a job against the Chiefs’ stars this time, I do believe the Cincinnati offense will continue to have success through the air.

This game could closely resemble the Bills-Chiefs game last week, which turned into a quarterback duel. Expect plenty of points, and although I believe the Chiefs will prevail, I do think the Bengals keep it within a score and cover the spread on the road.

Joe Mixon Receiving Yards: Over 27.5 (-120)

In the first matchup against the Chiefs, the Bengals had quite a bit of success with an empty backfield. Look for them to do it again on Sunday, splitting Mixon out as a receiver and giving him even more opportunities to catch passes.

Mixon gained 40 receiving yards in that first game against the Chiefs, and has totaled over 27.5 receiving yards in four straight weeks. Look for the trend to continue.

Travis Kelce Anytime Touchdown (-130)

While the Bengals contained Kelce well the last time they played, they have had their struggles against tight ends overall this season. Also, Kelce still scored a touchdown in that game.

Coming into this week, he has scored in five straight games and this Kansas City offense as a whole has picked it up in the playoffs. Expect more of the same here.