The Tennessee Titans will travel to Kansas City, and the Green Bay Packers will return to San Francisco for Sunday’s conference championship games. Both home teams are favored by at least a touchdown, and favorites covered in three of the four Divisional Round games last weekend.
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The top two seeds in the NFC will meet for the second time this season, when the Packers head west to take on the 49ers for the right to play in Super Bowl LIV.
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Thanks to Tennessee’s stunning Divisional Round win over the Baltimore Ravens, the Super Bowl MVP futures market has been significantly impacted, with Lamar Jackson now out as the favorite and replaced by Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Back in Week 12 of the NFL regular season, the Green Bay Packers took to the road to play the San Francisco 49ers in a prime-time matchup that many anticipated could be a preview of the NFC Championship Game. With the regular season complete and two rounds of the playoffs decided, those predictions were correct, and we find ourselves with No. 1 vs. No. 2 to earn a trip to Super Bowl LIV.
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With the conference championship games looming, here are four takeaways from the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
Four of the NFL's best quarterbacks will face off this Sunday in the league's two Divisional Round games. Young studs Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson will take the field in the AFC matchup, while Super Bowl winners Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson will go in the NFC game.
Is it getting hot in here or is it just our takes? BetAmerica columnists Ashley Anderson, Jeremy Balan, Ryan Murphy and Thomas Tassone share their sizzling picks for this weekend’s sports action. Handle with caution!