The NFL’s penultimate weekend is finally here as a fearsome foursome of squads takes the gridiron on Sunday for the right to fight for the Lombardi Trophy on February 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
We’ve already given you all kinds of juicy NFL odds this week for the NFC and AFC, so let’s continue our fantastic voyage of unearthing the best Championship Game parlay and prop bet opportunities so you can slide, slide, slippity-slide your way to victory.
1. NFL Sunday Parlays
You feeling lucky? Feeling brave? Running your yapper with your friends about the two teams that are “stone-cold locks of the century, of the week?”
Here’s how you can prove it.
|Packers, Chiefs both to win||+155|
|Packers, Bills both to win||+260|
|Buccaneers, Chiefs both to win||+320|
|Buccaneers, Bills both to win||+500|
2. Highest Scoring Team on Sunday
Who do you like to score the most points on Sunday? As a frame of reference for this bet, and the next one on this list, MGM has the over-under for the NFC at 51.5 and 53.5 for the AFC (as of January 22, 2021).
3. Lowest Scoring Team on Sunday
You can’t have the high without the low.
4. Most Passing Yards on Sunday
This one could get tricky over in Kansas City, depending upon the health of Patrick Mahomes.
5. Most Receiving Yards on Sunday
An intriguing bet could be a QB wager above on one ticket and a WR wager below on another from the same team (i.e., Rodgers and Adams).
6. Most Rushing Yards on Sunday
The weather forecast for Sunday calls for possible snow in Green Bay and potential drizzle in Kansas City. Will squads rely on the ground game more than usual?
|Ronald Jones II||+1400|
7. Super Bowl 55 Winner
You feeling strong, my friend?
Then why wait until late Sunday night to make your Super Bowl selection when you can do so now?
|Green Bay Packers||+195|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+200|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+450|
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Andy Coffaro is a sports journalist and managing editor with published work in USA Today, MSN, HERO Sports, The Mercury News, East Bay Times, Phil Steele’s College Football Preview magazine, and more. He graduated from San José State University with a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Kinesiology. Follow him on Twitter @andycoffaro.