Updated Titans vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread & Over/Under: AFC Championship Line Has Settled After Initial Movement
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- There was some disagreement about what the line should be for the Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs AFC Championship Game, but the market has settled as of Monday morning.
- Some sportsbooks opened the spread as high as Chiefs -9. The updated odds are now down to Chiefs -7.5 across the board as the Titans took on some early action from bettors.
- Stay tuned for the latest news and odds on Titans-Chiefs throughout the week, including how our experts are betting this AFC Championship Game.
Titans vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread & Over/Under: AFC Championship Game
- 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
Projected Titans vs. Chiefs Odds
Sean Koerner, The Action Network’s director of predictive analytics, uses his NFL Power Ratings to project odds for this matchup.
- Spread: Chiefs -7.5
- Over/under: 49
Titans’ Path to the AFC Championship
- Wild Card Round: Win at No. 3 Patriots, 20-13
- Divisional Round: Win at No. 1 Ravens, 28-12
First the Titans stunned Tom Brady in Foxborough. Then they routed MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson and the AFC’s No. 1 seed.
Now they’ll draw the 2-seeded Kansas City Chiefs, who the Titans beat 35-32 during the regular season.
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’ Path to the AFC Championship
- Wild Card Round: Bye
- Divisional Round: Win vs. No. 4 Texans
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 QB Patrick Mahomes.
Now the Chiefs return to the AFC Championship, where their 2018 postseason run ended in a loss to the Patriots.