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Updated Super Bowl Odds by Team Heading into AFC and NFC Conference Championship Round

Jason Schandl
Updated Super Bowl odds for the remaining teams in the NFL Playoffs ahead of the Conference Championship Round.
Updated Super Bowl odds for the remaining teams in the NFL Playoffs ahead of the Conference Championship Round. / Dylan Buell/Getty Images
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It's been almost a year of uncertainty in the sports world, but the NFL has plowed forward without much incident. Super Bowl LV is almost here, and the NFL Playoffs have already brought plenty of excitement.

With the Buffalo Bills taking on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship and Tampa bay Buccaneers facing off with the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship, both conferences are truly toss-ups.

Both of these games have point spreads below 4 points, meaning we should get plenty of close action this weekend. That also means that there is no overwhelming favorite to win the Super Bowl.

Here's a look at the Super Bowl odds for all four remaining teams, from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Odds to Win the Super Bowl

1. Green Bay Packers (+210)

Packers odds to win the NFC Championship: -172

2. Kansas City Chiefs (+210)

Chiefs odds to win the AFC Championship: -142

3. Buffalo Bills (+330)

Bills odds to win the AFC Championship: +120

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+430)

Buccaneers odds to win the NFC Championship: +144


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Jason Schandl is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Jason Schandl also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username Jaymun. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.

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