Titans vs. Chiefs Odds, Picks & Predictions: Updated Spread & Betting Angles for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game
Brett Carlsen/Getty Images. Pictured: Patrick Mahomes
- Looking for the latest betting odds, angles and picks for Sunday's AFC Championship Game between the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs? You've come to the right place.
- The latest spread, line and over/under are as follows: The Chiefs are a 7-point favorite, which is down from the -7.5 they opened at. The over/under has also seen some significant action in the AFC title game, dipping down to 51.5 after getting bet up to 53.5 at some sportsbooks.
- Below, our NFL betting experts will analyze the updated odds, give their favorite picks and dissect the biggest mismatches to help you lock in your bets ahead of kickoff (3:05 p.m. ET on CBS).
Titans vs. Chiefs Odds, Picks & Predictions: AFC Championship Game
- Odds: Chiefs -7
- Over/Under: 51.5
- Kickoff: 3:05 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: CBS
Odds as of Sunday afternoon and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
The Chiefs’ hopes of returning to the AFC Championship looked dim when they fell behind, 24-0, to the Texans in the first half of the Divisional Round. But then Patrick Mahomes did what Patrick Mahomes does, and the Chiefs pulled out a historic comeback.
The public seems to be riding that high one week later, with more than 60% of bettors backing the Chiefs to cover the 7.5-point spread against the Titans in the conference title game.
Our experts preview Sunday’s showdown at Arrowhead Stadium, featuring a pick on the over/under and a look at our projected odds.
Titans-Chiefs Injury Report
Which team is healthier? Titans
TE Travis Kelce (knee) was removed from Friday’s injury report, which was expected, but the Chiefs do have two players listed as questionable: DL Chris Jones (calf) and RB LeSean McCoy (illness). Both got in limited practices on Friday, which is encouraging. Jones would be the most critical loss because he’s one of the league’s best pass-rushers whereas McCoy didn’t record a single touch last week.
CB Logan Ryan was removed from the Titans’ injury report, but every other player was listed as questionable. Considering they all got in limited practices throughout the week, it’s likely most of them are trending toward playing.
WR Adam Humphries (ankle) could make his first appearance since Week 13. — Justin Bailey