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Super Bowl Odds See Chiefs Re-Emerge as Favorites Ahead of NFC and AFC Championship

Isaiah De Los Santos
The latest Super Bowl odds have the Kansas City Chiefs back on top as favorites ahead of the AFC and NFC Championship Games.
The latest Super Bowl odds have the Kansas City Chiefs back on top as favorites ahead of the AFC and NFC Championship Games. / Jamie Squire/Getty Images
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Sunday is finally here, meaning NFL fans will be treated to two outstanding conference championship games to determine who will move on to the Super Bowl.

The Green Bay Packers will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday afternoon, while the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills face off in the AFC Championship to close out the night.

Coming into this week, the No. 1-seeded Chiefs and Packers were tied in the odds to win the Super Bowl, but Kansas City has now reclaimed their position as the Super Bowl LV favorite at +195, per FanDuel Sportbook's NFL futures.

With Patrick Mahomes cleared from concussion protocol, it's no wonder that the Chiefs' chances to advance to Super Bowl 55 on Sunday are looking up. Green Bay follows closely behind the Super Bowl favorites at +200

The top seeds in each conference will face tough tests from the Buffalo Bills (+350 to win the Super Bowl) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+450) on Sunday.

Chiefs star QB Patrick Mahomes have to battle through a surprise injury to give Kansas City a chance at defending their Super Bowl title.

The Packers, meanwhile, will need to knock off quarterback legend Tom Brady, who's positioned to have a big game against Green Bay's defense.

After a long 2020 season, we'll finally know who is squaring off in Super Bowl LV by Sunday night.


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