The AFC’s road to Super Bowl LV goes through Kansas City. The defending Super Bowl champs are the No. 1 seed and earned the lone bye to start the 2021 playoffs. With the expanded playoff format to 14 teams, there are three games in each conference in the Wild Card round Jan. 9-10.
Millions of fans will be watching and wagering on the NFL playoffs. Here is a brief capsule on each AFC team with stats, match-ups, odds and information you can bet on. Odds to win Super Bowl and NFL Playoff odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook. Stats and odds are through Week 16 with some teams resting starters in Week 17.
There are many ways to bet on the NFL playoffs beyond the point spread, moneyline or total points (over/under). Player props and other proposition bets will be offered by many leading online sportsbooks, and you can compare some of the offerings for each game.
Popular sports betting news and information site TheLines has a prop betting tool that allows you to select players and compare props and different numbers. Also, compare current Super Bowl odds against preseason odds. The NFL betting guide has information on how to bet, types of bet, team pages and more information to know about football betting.
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- Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) – 7-9 ATS (Against the Spread)
- Buffalo Bills (13-3) – 11-5 ATS
- Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) – 10-6 ATS
- Tennessee Titans (11-5) – 7-9 ATS
- Baltimore Ravens (11-5) – 10-6 ATS
- Cleveland Browns (11-5) – 6-10 ATS
- Indianpolis Colts (11-5) – 8-8 ATS
The Chiefs finished 6-2 SU and 3-5 ATS at home this season and rested many starters in their Week 17 home loss against the Chargers. Kansas City was 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS this season against playoff teams. The Chiefs offense was No. 1 in the AFC in points per game and yards per game.
Indianapolis at Buffalo – Sat., Jan. 9 at 1:05 p.m. ET on CBS
Line: Bills -6.5 Total: 52.5 Moneyline: Bills -320 / Colts +260
Cleveland at Pittsburgh – Sun., Jan. 10 at *;15 p.m. ET on NBC
Line: Steelers -3.5 Total: 47 Moneyline: Steelers -196 / Browns +164
The Browns went 1-1 against the Steelers this season and were 5-3 SU and 3-5 ATS on the road this season. Cleveland was 4-3 SU and 3-4 ATS against playoff teams. The Browns odds to win the Super Bowl rose to +6000 prior to their Week 17 win over the Steelers, and are now +4000.
Baltimore at Tennessee – Sun., Jan. 10 at 1:05 p.m. ET on ESPN/ABC
Line: Ravens -3.5 Total: 54.5 Moneyline: Ravens -184 / Titans +154
Get ready for more playoff games and big betting action as the push towards Super Bowl LV begins.
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