NFL conference championship odds: Betting lines for the AFC and NFC title games
Christian McCaffrey and the San Francisco 49ers are underdogs against the Philadelphia Eagles. Christian McCaffrey and the San Francisco 49ers are underdogs against the Philadelphia Eagles. Photo by Tony Avelar/AP.

There are only four teams left in the battle for Super Bowl LVII and each of them is an elite squad as the dark horses have fallen by the wayside.

The latest: The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs will battle for the fourth time since last January, and the Philadelphia Eagles host the San Francisco 49ers after producing the most convincing win of the postseason.

Check out the latest NFL conference championship odds.

NFL conference championship odds

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Jan. 2949ersEaglesPHI -345
Jan. 29BengalsChiefsKC -248

All NFL odds as of 10:46 a.m. ET on 01/29/2023.

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NFC championship round odds

49ers vs. Eagles (-3)

49ers/Eagles SGP boost: 49ers +3.5, DeVonta Smith 60+ receiving yards & under 47.5 points (+490, was +410). Click to bet

SUPER BOOST: Eagles moneyline & McCaffrey 100+ rushing/receiving yards (+495, was +330). Click to bet

While the AFC championship game projects to be an offensively driven affair, defences could rule the day on the other side of the bracket.

This game pits two of the NFL's top six scoring defences against each other, each coming in with its own specialization. The 49ers allowed the second-fewest rushing yards in the NFL during the regular season on an NFL-low 3.4 yards per carry.

49ers/Eagles marketsOddsBet now ⬇️
San Francisco to win+128Add to betslip
Philadelphia to win-155Add to betslip

That could be a massive issue for an Eagles team that posted the fifth-highest rush rate in the league.

Philadelphia, meanwhile, possessed the NFL's best pass defence all year thanks largely to a fearsome pass rush that generated 70 sacks. If anyone is going to rattle rookie QB Brock Purdy, it's this team.

The Eagles are 15-1 with Jalen Hurts starting this season while the 49ers are 7-0 with Purdy.

Something's got to give.

Super Bowl winnerOddsBet now ⬇️
Eagles+240Add to betslip
Bengals+260Add to betslip
Chiefs+260Add to betslip
49ers+350Add to betslip

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AFC championship odds

Bengals/Chiefs SGP boost: Chiefs -2.5, Kelce & Chase 80+ receiving yards each (+660, was +550). Click to bet

SUPER BOOST: Mahomes & Burrow 2+ passing TDs each & over 50.5 points (+320, was +215). Click to bet

This spread is moving around a lot, but Kansas City is now a 1.5-point favourite. The Chiefs were favoured by an average of 9.8 points in nine games this season (including the divisional round).

There's a lot to factor in when looking at this line, though.

The first is that Cincinnati has seemed to have Kansas City's number recently. Since the beginning of the 2021 season, the Chiefs have played 38 games, including postseason action. They are 0-3 versus the Bengals and 29-6 against the rest of the NFL.

Bengals/Chiefs marketsOddsBet now ⬇️
Cincinnati to win+100Add to betslip
Kansas City to win-120Add to betslip

Each of Cincinnati's three wins has come by exactly three points, so the Bengals don't have the secret sauce for dominating the Chiefs, but they play them better than anyone else.

Kansas City's chances are also hurt by the fact Patrick Mahomes is dealing with an ankle injury. The superstar played through the problem and was able to make some plays in the second half of the team's playoff win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, but his mobility was limited.

He was a full participant in practice on Wednesday, though, an encouraging development for the quarterback.

If the Bengals can thread the needle between getting after Mahomes without getting gashed on the back end, they can solidify their status as Chiefs killers.

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