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Tennesse @ Kansas City
Over or under 51.5 points?
The Kansas City Chiefs host the Tennessee Titans for the AFC Championship crown Sunday with the Chiefs, coming off a 51-31 victory over the Houston Texans in the divisional round and are not surprisingly -7.5 point favorites for this fascinating encounter.
That game last Sunday was one of the highest-scoring post-season games for years, thanks mostly to the arm of gunslinger Patrick Mahomes, who completed 23 of 35 passes for 321 yards and five touchdowns.
As for the Titans, they are one of the hottest teams in the NFL doing the unthinkable on the road during the postseason with a win at Foxborough over the Patriots followed by a win in Baltimore over the Ravens with Tennesse dominating the majority of the game.
Key to their success has been running back Derrick Henry and with the Chiefs struggling against the run this season will look to slow down the Titans rusher – something no one has been able to do so far in the postseason – so another dramatic encounter with more than 52 points is certainly a possibility.
Tennesse @ Kansas City (-7.5)
Who will win against the spread?
Arrowhead Stadium has a reputation for being a tough venue for opposing teams and Kansas City has covered the spread in their last five home games in a row, in fact, the last time they failed being when star quarterback Patrick Mahomes was out injured.
Mahomes is now back to full health and firing on all cylinders having thrown for more than 250 yards in four of the last five games overall and was pivotal in the team’s come from behind victory over the Texans in last week’s Divisional game, with the Chiefs’ defence sacking Houston QB Deshaun Watson no less than five times.
But don’t write off the No. 6 seed Titans have already upset the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens on the road, so they’ll be looking to extend their streak to earn an appearance in Super Bowl LIV.
If that wasn’t enough, they’ve also beaten the Chiefs already this season having knocked off the Chiefs, 35-32 in Week 10 of the regular season, with Tennessee running back Derrick Henry rushing for 188 yards, so don’t discount an away win here.
Green Bay @ San Fransisco (-7.5)
Who will win against the spread?
Two of the NFL’s most successful franchises clash in the 2020 NFC Championship Game on Sunday when the San Francisco 49ers host the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers defeated the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round to advance to the Championship game, while the 49ers, winners of the NFC West, overcame the Minnesota Vikings to advance to this stage.
San Fransisco defeated the Packers 37-8 during the regular season and have won five of the last seven meetings against Green Bay, meaning they come into this one as -7.5 point favourites to make it to the first Super Bowl since the early 1990s.
The Packer’s biggest threat might just be their veteran quarterback Aaron Rodgers who completed 16-of-27 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns against Seattle in the divisional round and has hit 64 percent of his passes for an average of 290.1 yards and 14 touchdowns in his seven career games against the 49ers and might just be the difference here.
NFL Championship Games 2020
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