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BetUS Betting Trends for NFL Conference Championship Games

The AFC and NFC Champion games will be played Sunday, in that order. The Kansas City Chiefs play host to the Cincinnati Bengals first and then the Los Angeles Rams welcome the San Francisco 49ers to SoFi Stadium.

The winners on the scoreboard will go Super Bowl LVI, which will be played Feb. 13 at SoFi Stadium, too.

BetUS Betting Trends for NFL Conference Championship Games
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But we’re here to inform you of what the betting lines are on the games at BetUS, American’s favorite sportsbook, and what the totals look.

This will also give you a look at how the wagering public is approaching the game as of Thursday afternoon.

Bengals vs. Chiefs, 3 p.m. CBS

The betting public is split on the wagering count. When it comes to the spread, almost 60% of the bets are on the defending AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs.

However, when it comes to the money line, more than 65% is on the underdogs Bengals.

In volume, the Chiefs enjoy a hefty edge over Cincinnati on the spread and the Bengals hold a narrow margin when it comes to the money line.

This one figure to see plenty of offense as Joe Burrow and Patrick Mahomes are two of the best QBs in the game.

49ers, vs. Rams, 6:30 p.m. FOX

The San Francisco 49ers are on a roll against the Los Angeles Rams and it doesn’t matter where they play. The Niners have won six straight and hope to make it seven and earn a Super Bowl ticket.

Thus far, 56% of the bets by wager count on the spread are on the home team. However, when it comes to volume the public is backing the Niners to the tune of almost 60% of the money.

On the volume side, the Rams are taking in 57% when it comes to the spread but only 35% on money line.

The lines


Sun, Jan 30, 2022 EST

Point Spread
Team Total
+7½ -120
54½  -110o
23½  -120o23½  -110u
-7½ Ev
54½  -110u
31½  -125o31½  -105u
NFL Conference Championship.
+3½ -110
45½  -110o
21½  -110o21½  -120u
-3½ -110
45½  -110u
24½  -125o24½  -105u


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