Updated Super Bowl Odds: Chiefs Favored, But 4 Remaining Teams Neck & Neck
Cooper Neill, Mitchell Leff/Getty. Pictured: Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts.
After the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, the Super Bowl is entirely in the balance for the four remaining teams.
The Kansas City Chiefs were the first team to book their spot in the Conference Championship round with a 27-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Next, the Philadelphia Eagles throttled the New York Giants to the tune of a 38-7 win. Philadelphia controlled the entire time and played the part of a No. 1 seed well.
On Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals opened the proceedings with a thorough 27-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. The Bengals were also in control from start to finish.
The San Francisco 49ers wrapped up the action in the evening as they defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 19-12.
With the Divisional Round in the rear-view mirror, FanDuel‘s Super Bowl odds for the final four teams are nearly dead even.
Here’s how it shapes up:
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The point spreads for the weekend largely align with the futures odds. San Francisco is a 2-point underdog against the Eagles, and the Bengals are 1-point ‘dogs against the Chiefs.
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