Updated NFL Conference Championship Odds & Schedule: Packers-49ers & Titans-Chiefs Spreads, Lines, Over/Unders
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- The updated lines and odds for the AFC Championship Game and NFC Championship Game are below. In the AFC, the Tennessee Titans will travel to face the Kansas City Chiefs with the Chiefs opening as favorites (spread: K.C. -7.5) and the over/under at 51.5.
- In the NFC, the Green Bay Packers are looking for revenge after getting blown out by the San Francisco 49ers earlier in the season. We've already seen some huge bets come in on the 49ers after odds opened. The line is holding steady (spread: 49ers -7) and the over/under has settled at 45.
NFL conference championships are set!
Find opening odds, spreads, over/unders and kickoff times for the Titans vs. Chiefs and Packers vs. 49ers outlined below.
NFL Conference Championship Odds & Schedule
Updated Titans vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread & Over/Under: AFC Championship
- Titans Spread: +7.5
- Chiefs Spread: -7.5
- Titans Moneyline: +290
- Chiefs Moneyline: -340
- Over/Under: 51.5
- Kickoff: 3:05 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 19
- TV Channel: CBS
Titans: This will be Tennessee’s first AFC Championship Game appearance since the 2002 season, when they lost to the Raiders. At stake for Mike Vrabel’s squad? The second Super Bowl appearance in franchise history — the first came in the 1999 season, when the Titans lost to the Rams.
Chiefs: The Chiefs’ postseason run looked like it was trending toward a premature end when the Texans took a 24-0 lead in the first quarter of their Divisional Round matchup. But Kansas City scored 41 unanswered points to regain the lead and eventually secure the victory behind a superb game from quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Updated Packers vs. 49ers Odds, Spread & Over/Under: NFC Championship
- Packers Spread: +7 (-115)
- 49ers Spread: -7 (-105)
- Packers Moneyline: +260
- 49ers Moneyline: -310
- Over/Under: 45
- Kickoff: 6:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 19
- TV Channel: FOX
Packers: Aaron Rodgers & Co. are back in the NFC title game for the first time since the 2016 season, when their run was cut short by the Falcons. Now the Packers will look to take down the conference’s top seed and make just their second Super Bowl appearance of the Rodgers era.
49ers: The Niners last made the conference title game in the 2013 season, their final appearance in a string of three straight under Jim Harbaugh. Now it’s Kyle Shanahan’s and Jimmy Garoppolo’s turn to prove their mettle on the big stage.