The Cincinnati Bengals will aim to build off their close Wild Card Round win when they face the Tennessee Titans on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Buffalo Bills during the Divisional Round in what has quickly become a rivalry game.
There's a possibility that Cincinnati and Kansas City could meet in the AFC Championship. In fact, FanDuel Sportsbook has already released odds for this potential contest.
Bengals vs Chiefs Playoffs
The Chiefs are listed as 6.5-point home favorites in this hypothetical game with -115 odds to cover the spread. The Bengals are -105 to cover as 6.5-point road underdogs.
Kansas City is the -300 favorite on the moneyline to win this contest, while Cincinnati is a +245 underdog.
The Bengals are set to play against the Titans for the first time since they came out victorious by a score of 31-20 back in November of 2020. This team has nothing to lose and is made up of players making their first career playoff run, including starting quarterback Joe Burrow.
On the other side, the Chiefs have advanced to the AFC Championship in each of the last three seasons. They will be looking for revenge on the Bills after falling to Buffalo by a score of 38-20 back in Week 5. Head coach Andy Reid is sure to have his team fired up and ready to go.
Of course, Cincinnati and Kansas City went head-to-head earlier this month in what ended up being an offensive showdown. The Bengals sneaked out a 34-31 win in that Week 17 contest. A rematch in the playoffs would surely be a game to watch.
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