Titans vs. Chiefs Betting Picks for the AFC Championship Game: Spread, Over/Under & Props

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Jan 19, 2020, 02:20 PM EST
  • Titans vs. Chiefs betting odds are one the move: The latest spread is KC -7 and the latest over/under is 51.
  • Our experts reveal how they're betting Sunday's AFC Championship Game, complete with picks on both the spread and total.
  • You'll also find three of their favorite player prop bets, including Derrick Henry's rushing yards and Patrick Mahomes' passing TDs.

Titans at Chiefs Betting Picks: AFC Championship Game

  • Odds: Chiefs -7.5
  • Over/Under: 52.5
  • Kickoff: 3:05 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS

Odds as of Sunday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.


The public is all over the Kansas City Chiefs to cover after Patrick Mahomes led an electric comeback to win in the Divisional Round. But what do our experts think? And what about the high over/under?

Our experts reveal how they’re betting the AFC Championship Game with spread, total and prop picks.

Stuckey: Titans +7.5

I’ll always side with an underdog catching 7.5 points in the playoffs when they have a glaring advantage on one or both sides of the ball.

I just don’t see how the Chiefs can slow down Derrick Henry. Their run defense is poor at every level. Whether you look at their overall stats (29th in Football Outsiders’ run defense DVOA) or the individual grades for run defense, it’s all bad.

And with so much focus on Henry, I think Ryan Tannehill can get going again with his play-action passing — an area he excelled in all season long. I know he didn’t do much through the air over the first two playoff games, but that was against two of the NFL’s best secondaries.

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