This NFL season is flying by and has been one of the most shocking seasons of all time. From Tennessee getting hot at the right time and the 49ers coming out of nowhere. Who thought that a rookie head coach in Green Bay would be here right now? No one.
The only team that it seems like we figured might get here is Kansas City. Could this be Kansas City’s to win? Or… to lose? KC has the best quarterback out of the four teams, but also have been playing up and down football throughout the year.
AFC: While the Titans put on the best performance of the Divisional Round, ousting top-seeded Baltimore 28-12, and beat Kansas City (35-32) earlier this year, they are 7.5-point underdogs to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.
The teams’ earlier matchup took place in Tennessee and the Titans had no business winning. They trailed 29-20 late in the fourth quarter and were out-gained by 159 yards.
NFC: According to the spread from My Top Sportsbooks in the Packers/49ers game opened at San Francisco -7 and is moving in the 49ers’ favor. It’s hard for bettors to get past the Week 12 meeting between these two teams, which saw the Niners completely obliterate Aaron Rodgers and company, 38-7.
San Fran held Green Bay under 200 yards of total offense and led 23-0 at halftime. They also looked every bit the part of the NFC’s #1 seed on Saturday, breezing past Minnesota 27-10.
If you ask me…. Although Tennessee has been playing awesome football and Derrick Henry has had one of the best seasons out of any running backs ever, I don’t think they have what it takes to bring down Patrick Mahomes and the red hot Kansas City Chiefs.
In the NFC you have the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers who battled earlier this season and Green Bay was absolutely demolished, 37-8. The Packers are looking for revenge. I personally don’t think that they’ll beat San Fran, but anything can happen in the National Football League.
Who will it be? The NFC or AFC winning it all?