With the NFC Championship game set for Sunday at 3 p.m. ET, sportsbooks have already released prop bet odds for a variety of categories in the matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.
While we’ve already looked at the best prop bet odds for all four quarterbacks in this week’s NFL playoff games, let’s take a look at the lines on the other offensive players in Sunday’s NFC Championship game in Philadelphia.
NFC Championship Game Player Prop Bets
The table below shows prop bet offerings and odds from several of the major online sportsbooks. Use the middle tab to change categories (e.g. rushing yards, touchdowns, passing attempts, etc.)
Below the table, read on for a look at some of the more popular player prop options available ahead of the NFC Championship game this weekend.
Player Prop Markets To Watch In The NFC Championship Game
San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles
Christian McCaffrey Anytime Touchdown Scorer
McCaffrey is a threat as a runner and a receiver. Even against the strong Eagles defense, he’s probably the 49er most likely to find some way into the end zone. He’s scored at least once in his last eight straight games and figures to be a major part of San Francisco’s offense here.
Miles Sanders Rushing & Receiving Yards Over/Under
Sanders had 90 total yards in last week’s blowout win over the New York Giants. In the regular season he went for 60 or more total yards in 11 of 17 games. If the 49ers focus on stopping Jalen Hurts, it could open things up for Sanders. Then again, the 49ers had one of the best run defenses during the regular season, giving up just 77.7 yards per game on the ground.
Deebo Samuel Pass Receptions Over/Under
Samuel had four catches last week even in the defensive battle with the Dallas Cowboys, and six receptions in the rout of the Seattle Seahawks in the Wild Card round. He had fewer than three catches in only four games this season, and most of those came in games where, for one reason or another, he didn’t see much action. That isn’t likely to be the case here.
A.J. Brown Anytime Touchdown Scorer
Brown had at least one score in eight of the 17 regular season games, though he was kept out of the end zone last week against the Giants. If the 49ers manage to keep Hurts in the pocket and limit his running opportunities, it could open up the Eagles passing game, which would almost certainly result in more targets for Brown.
George Kittle Receiving Yards Over/Under
When defenses try hard to clamp down on the 49ers long ball – or on stopping McCaffrey between the tackles – it often opens the game up for Kittle. He had 95 yards on five catches last week, and will likely be a big part of the 49ers’ hopes for cracking this tough Philadelphia pass defense.