NFL Conference Championship Betting Trends, Angles, Odds for Last 4 Teams

With just days to go until the NFL Conference Championship Round kicks off, we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about every game, including the most compelling Eagles betting trends, the 49ers, Chiefs and Bengals.

This Sunday, sports betting in Ohio will be booming, and sports betting in the state will no doubt take a betting deluge on the Bengals.

Here are some notable trends heading into this weekend’s Championship games (with odds provided by BetMGM) and what they could mean for each team on Sunday:

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Philadelphia Eagles (-2.5) at San Francisco 49ers, 3 p.m. EST

  • The Eagles are 7-3 ATS as home favorites this season, which was the league’s fourth-best record. They’ve covered seven of 14 home playoff games since 2001, despite winning their last two conference championship games by a combined 48 points.
  • San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan is 7-1 ATS in the playoffs and was the third-highest-grossing coach in the playoffs over the past two decades. Since being hired in 2017, the 49ers are 29-19 ATS as an underdog, including 3-1 ATS as a playoff dog.
  • Brock Purdy is 6-1 ATS since taking over as San Francisco’s starter and is only the second quarterback since the merger to win each of his first seven starts. Still, he faces a tough task on Sunday: Only four rookies have ever started a conference championship game, and all four have lost by at least nine runs with nine combined steals between them.
  • The 49ers have won 12 straight games with a 10-2 ATS record during that streak. Over the past 20 years, teams with double-digit winning streaks are 4-13 ATS in the playoffs, although two of those ATS victories have come in the last two games of San Francisco.

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Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals (-1), 6:30 p.m. EST

  • Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has never been a playoff underdog, and he’s only been a home underdog once in 48 starts. He is 7-1-1 ATS in his career as an underdog with six straight wins.
  • Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is 20-5 ATS in his last 25 starts and 32-16 ATS in his three-year career, making him the highest-grossing quarterback of the NFL since being drafted in 2020. He’s also 5-1 ATS in the playoffs and 3-0 ATS/SU in three career meetings with Mahomes and the Chiefs.
  • Kansas City coach Andy Reid is 19-17 ATS in his playoff career, including 6-3 ATS as an underdog. He’s just 4-5 ATS on Conference Championship weekend with a 1-0 ATS/0-1 SU record as an underdog.
  • The Chiefs are only the 10th home underdog in the conference championship round since expanding the playoffs in 1990. The previous nine teams have gone 4-5 ATS, although the last team there was the 2017 Eagles (+3), who beat the visiting Vikings by 31 points.

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