Bet on NFL Conference Championship Weekend – NFL Picks, Odds & Prediction
The Kansas City Chiefs are the only team to return to NFL Conference Championship Weekend. They will host the upstart Tennessee Titans in the AFC while the San Francisco 49ers welcome the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers in the NFC.
We have a quick preview of each game and you can see the Super Bowl and game odds below. To view the rest of the sportsbook, just click on ‘sports’ in the poker client.
Odds to win the Super Bowl
Kansas City Chiefs (+126)
San Francisco 49ers (+155)
Tennessee Titans (+705)
Green Bay Packers (+725)
Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs – Sunday 3:05pm ET
The Over/Under is 52.5 points.
These teams met on Nov. 10th with Tennessee winning 35-32 as 5-point home dogs. That was the first game back for Patrick Mahomes after dealing with a knee injury, but he still threw for 446 yards. Tennessee has been the surprise team of the playoffs, beating New England and top-seed Baltimore on the road as a six seed.
The Titans can cover this game (and maybe even win) with another huge effort by running back Derrick Henry. He’s averaging 188.5 rushing yards in the playoffs and had 188 in the first meeting against Kansas City. Every run by him chews up clock and keep the extremely potent Chiefs’ passing attack on the sidelines.
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers – Sunday 6:40pm ET
The Over/Under is 46 points.
This is another rematch with San Francisco winning 37-8 as 3-point home favorites on Nov. 24th. The 49ers look like the best team remaining overall with a stifling defense and very good running game. Jimmy Garoppolo has been turnover prone but was only forced to throw 19 passes last week (131 yards) in a 27-10 home win over Minnesota.
Green Bay hopes it learned something from that blowout loss at San Fran before Thanksgiving. They were 6-1 SU and 5-2 ATS on the road besides that contest. Rodgers will need to have one of the best games of his career to pull out a victory, but they will also need to win the turnover battle and/or have a big special teams play.