The Kansas City Chiefs won a nail-biter against the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game thanks to a game-winning field goal from Harrison Butker. Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster had a quiet game as he dealt with a knee injury throughout the game. If healthy, he will get to play in his first-ever Super Bowl.
Throughout the year, Smith-Schuster’s numbers were up and down as he had 78 receptions for 933 yards and three touchdowns. Among the Chiefs’ receivers, that was the best, but Travis Kielce is the Chiefs' go-to weapon. Smith-Schuster will likely sit out of practice this week, but I would expect him to play in the Super Bowl. There is an incentive in his contract where he could earn a million dollars if he plays 50% of the offensive snaps for the Chiefs in the Super Bowl.
First TD scorer: +1800
Last TD scorer: +1500
Anytime TD scorer: +255
Score 2+ TDs: +2200
Score 3+ TDs: +12000
Anytime TD + Chiefs win: +500
Score 1st TD + Chiefs win: +2500
Chiefs 1st TD scorer: +950
Score TD in both halves: +3500
Anytime TD - 1st half: +500
Anytime TD - 2nd half: +425
Anytime TD - 1st quarter: +1100
First TD scorer - 2nd half: +1600
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