NFL Conference Championship Game Odds: Opening Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals

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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow

The Divisional round of the NFL playoffs is over and only four teams remain. Sportsbooks have released odds on both the AFC and NFC championship games as the remaining teams battle it out to see who will meet in the Super Bowl on Feb. 12. Now let’s look ahead to see what oddsmakers have to say about Sunday’s games, starting with the San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles, and ending with the Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs.

Read on for a look ahead at odds for both upcoming games this week, including spreads, moneylines, and point totals at legal US sportsbooks.

Analysis will be added as news develops.

NFL Conference Championship Odds

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San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles

The 49ers had to rely on their defense in order to grind out a home win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Brock Purdy threw for 214 yards and completed 19 of his 29 passes, and the running game led by Christian McCaffrey struggled much of the way but came up big when needed. Once again, it was the San Francisco defense that made the biggest plays, picking off two passes and holding the Dallas running game to just 76 yards on the ground. Now the 49ers will go out on the road for the first time this postseason. The team was 5-3 in away games during the regular season.

The Eagles trounced the New York Giants in Saturday’s Divisional game, winning 38-7 at home. Quarterback Jalen Hurts looked good after missing games with a shoulder injury to end the regular season. Here he threw for two touchdowns and ran for another. With Hurts in the lineup, the Eagles’ sole home loss this season was the 32-21 defeat to the Washington Commanders on Nov. 14.

Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs

The Bengals looked nearly flawless in a win over the Buffalo Bills on the road and in the snow on Sunday. Joe Burrow threw for 242 yards and two touchdowns. Joe Mixon had 105 yards and one score on the ground. Cincinnati didn’t turn the ball over at all, but the defense did come up with a key interception to seal the win in the fourth quarter. Now they’ll rematch the Chiefs, who they beat 27-24 at home in early December.

The Chiefs survived a late push by the Jacksonville Jaguars for a 27-20 win on Saturday, but the big question will be the health of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who suffered an ankle injury early in the game. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told reporters that Mahomes underwent an X-Ray when he came out of the game in the first half, and the results were negative for any fracture or break. It’s believed that Mahomes suffered a high-ankle sprain, and though he’s expected to be limited in practice this week, he insisted he’d be “good to go” for Sunday’s game.