The Ravens are making their first AFC championship appearance in more than ten years, contrasting with the Chiefs, who are returning to the conference title game for the sixth consecutive year.

With a 24-point victory in the divisional round, the Ravens are now favored by four points as they play at home.

The Chiefs come into this matchup after securing wins against the Miami Dolphins in Round 1 and the Buffalo Bills on the road last week.

Here are a few player prop bets worth considering for the AFC championship showdown.

Jackson dominated a formidable Texans' run defense last week, rushing for 100 yards on only 11 carries and scoring two touchdowns on the ground.

He broke loose for a significant gain of 23 yards on one carry and also had several other longer runs.

The Chiefs possess a run defense that ranks in the middle of the pack.

They conceded just under 2,000 total rushing yards throughout the season, with opponents averaging 4.5 yards per carry against them.

The over/under line for Jackson's longest rush in this game is set at 17.5 yards. It's a considerable benchmark, yet he has surpassed it in four consecutive games.

Furthermore, Jackson has surpassed this total in three out of four career games against Kansas City, recording longest rushes of 21, 30, and 21 yards in each of those matchups.