- The Kansas City Chiefs are favored by 2.5 points over the Buffalo Bills.
- The Green Bay Packers are favored by 6.0 points against the San Francisco 49ers.
LAS VEGAS – The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills met in the 2021 AFC Conference Championship while the Green Bay Packers met the San Francisco 49ers in the 2020 NFC Conference Championship.
Each team will play again in the 2022 playoffs.
Chiefs Vs. Bills: 2021 AFC Conference Championship Rematch
The Chiefs beat the Bills in the AFC Conference Championship game in 2021 and will now meet in the Divisional Round this season. Legal sports betting sites are expecting a similar result.
Chiefs vs Bills Spread Odds
- Buffalo Bills +2.5 -110
- Kansas City Chiefs -2.5 -110
Kansas City won 38-24 last year but the game is supposed to be much more tightly contested this time around. This is a classic battle of a top-rated offense against the top-rated defense. There’s arguments to make for either team, but since the Bills won the first matchup earlier in the season, many will likely take a shot on the underdog.
Bills vs Chiefs Moneyline Odds
- Buffalo Bills +110
- Kansas City Chiefs -130
Packers Vs. 49ers: 2020 NFC Conference Championship Rematch
When these two met back in the 2020 NFC Conference Championship, the 49ers got the win. This time, NFL betting sites are expecting a different result as Green Bay is the biggest favorite of the weekend.
Packers vs 49ers Spread Odds
- San Francisco 49ers +6.0 -110
- Green Bay Packers -6.0 -110
The 49ers were the only underdog to win in the first round of the playoffs and are now given the longest odds to repeat their performance as they’ll play the team with the NFL’s best record. Although the 49ers took down the Dallas Cowboys, it seems as if their run will end at the hands of the Packers. Practically any way the matchup is broken down, Green Bay has the advantage.
Packers vs 49ers Moneyline Odds
- San Francisco 49ers +210
- Green Bay Packers -250
Those looking for an underdog moneyline winner should likely stay away from San Francisco as their 2020 performance is highly unlikely to be replicated.
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