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NFL Odds, Picks, Predictions: 23 Ways We’re Betting Championship Sunday, Including 49ers-Rams NFC Title Game

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Getty Images. Pictured: 49ers WR Deebo Samuel, Rams WR Cooper Kupp, Chiefs TE Travis Kelce, Bengals RB Joe Mixon

NFL Odds

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Matchup Spread Total Time (ET)
49ers-Rams SF -3.5 45 6:40 p.m.
Bengals-Chiefs KC -7 54.5 3 p.m.
Updated odds via DraftKings. Find more NFL playoff odds here.


NFL Predictions: 49ers-Rams

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49ers Spread
Rams Spread
49ers ML
49ers Over
49ers Props
Rams Props


NFL Predictions: Bengals-Chiefs

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Bengals Spread
Over
2Q Over
Chiefs Props
Bengals Props


More NFL Picks

Championship Sunday Leader Props: Our Director of Predictive Analytics compared his projections to odds for stat leader props in order to find potential edges. » The two bets he’s making as a result

Same-Game Parlays: While we advise betting on SGPs with caution, we still enjoy the thrill of these longshot bets. » Our SGP builds for Bengals-Chiefs and 49ers-Rams

Live Betting Strategies: The action doesn’t stop when these games kickoff — that’s why our analyst broke down possible live-betting opportunties for each. » What he’s targeting in Bengals-Chiefs and 49ers-Rams

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How To Bet On the NFL Playoffs

If you’re new to betting, the first thing you need to know is that there’s a favorite and an underdog in every matchup. You can bet on either team to win outright by betting on the moneyline — or you can bet on either to “cover” by betting on the spread.

We’ve outlined relevant definitions below, but you can find more information in our Sports Betting Education 101 series.

  • How do you tell which team is the favorite? The favorite is expected to win. They’ll have a minus sign (“-“) next to their odds.
  • How do you tell which team is the underdog? The underdog is expected to lose. They’ll have a plus sign (“+”) next to their odds.
  • What is a moneyline? A bet based solely on which team will win the game.
  • What is a point spread? A bet on the margin of victory.

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