Odds to win the AFC: Chiefs slight favourites over Bengals
Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals are the favourites to win the AFC. Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals are the favourites to win the AFC. Photo by Adrian Kraus/AP.

There are only two teams remaining in the AFC.

The latest: The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs are the last teams standing after both won in the divisional round. Cincinnati's flying up the board and is now the favourite to win the conference, giving Kansas City even-money odds.

Find the latest AFC odds below.

AFC odds

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TeamOdds (Jan. 26)Odds (pre-playoffs)
Kansas City Chiefs-114+150
Cincinnati Bengals-107+450

Odds as of 1:29 p.m. on 01/26/2023.

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The favourite: Chiefs (-114)

Kansas City finished the season as the AFC's top team, earning a bye through the wild-card round.

The Chiefs started their quest to the Super Bowl with a 27-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kansas City wasn't able to leave the game with a clean bill of health, though, as Patrick Mahomes suffered a high-ankle sprain. He exited the game but did return afterward.

The injury doesn't seem like it'll hold him out of this weekend's contest, but it'll likely limit his mobility. He threw for only 195 yards against the Jaguars but did complete 22-of-30 attempts while adding two touchdowns.

His health is a big reason why Kansas City flipped from favourite to underdog and then back to favourite.

The favourite: Bengals (-107)

After barely squeaking by the Baltimore Ravens in the wild-card round, the Bengals met very little resistance from the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round.

Cincinnati coasted to a 27-10 road win over Buffalo in a game that was never really close. Joe Burrow went a clean 23-of-36 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions, while Joe Mixon produced 105 rushing yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.

The defence did an excellent job of taking away Stefon Diggs, as Buffalo's top wide receiver caught just four of 10 targets for a measly 35 yards.

This will mark the fourth meeting between the Bengals and Chiefs over the last two seasons. Cincinnati's won all three previous contests by a total of nine points.

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