Besides placing bets on the final score and winner, NFL fans have a rich number of prop wagers they can place in both of Sunday’s NFC and AFC Championship games.

Based off odds from, the Seattle Seahawks are 7.5-point favorites over the visiting Green Bay Packers in the NFC, and the Indianapolis Colts are seven-point road underdogs to the New England Patriots.

But there’s plenty of prop bets available as well, including which of the four starting quarterbacks throws for the most yards to which television market will have the highest ratings.

Indy’s Andrew Luck clearly isn’t favored to win outright, but as the NFL’s top passer in the regular season with 4,601 yards and 38 touchdowns, he’s a +125 favorite to throw for the most yards. New England’s Tom Brady (+200) is next, followed by Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers (+300), and rush-often Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson (+700).

There’s a ton of top receivers in both games, with Green Bay’s Jordy Nelson (9/2) and Randall Cobb (11/2) favored to haul in the most yards. But Patriots All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski is right behind, and Indy’s T.Y. Hilton has been a threat all season.

Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch, who racked up 1,306 yards and 13 touchdowns this season, controls the top rushing prop at -150, with Green Bay’s Eddie Lacy at +175. However the Colts Daniel Herron (+600) figures to get the majority of touches with Trent Richardson not traveling with the team.

Wilson might be an interesting play in the rushing category as well at +800. He gained a career-high 849 rushing yards during the regular season, and Seattle has the top running attack in the league.

In particular, Green Bay’s TV market is favored to pull in the highest ratings by a wide margin at -150, with Seattle next up at +300.

The full list or props can be found here, with everything from over/under on interceptions, total pass attempts, and receiving yards to total sacks and tackles.