The NFL’s Final Four is set.
After a wild two weeks of playoff matchups, there are two games left to determine who will play in Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12 in Glendale, Ariz.
In the NFC, the top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles will host the No. 2-seeded San Francisco 49ers in the conference championship game Sunday at 3 p.m. (FOX).
In the AFC, the No. 1-seeded Kansas City Chiefs will host the No. 3-seeded Cincinnati Bengals in a rematch of last year’s title game at 6:30 p.m. Sunday (CBS) in Arrowhead Stadium.
When the odds opened Sunday night, the Eagles and the Chiefs were favored to win those games by slim margins.
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A day later, the Cincinnati Bengals jumped the Chiefs and are, as of Tuesday morning, 2-point favorites to win the AFC Championship.
As for the Super Bowl winner, the Eagles are the frontrunner, as FrontPageBets takes a look at the odds for each of the four remaining playoff teams to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as NFL champions.
Philadelphia opened the week as consensus favorites, but not by much.
The Eagles, who eased past the New York Giants on Saturday night in the Divisional Round, are favored at FanDuel (+230), BetMGM (+240), DraftKings (+245), Pointsbet (+250) and Caesars (+260) as of Tuesday morning.
The Chiefs opened as Super Bowl favorites at FanDuel on Monday and were second on the other boards until the Bengals moved up.
Cincinnati is now +250 at FanDuel and BetMGM, +260 at Pointsbet and +265 at DraftKings and Caesars.
The 49ers were fourth across the board, with +350 being the highest odds at BetMGM.
Philly is playing in its first NFC Championship game in five years, when the Eagles went on to win Super Bowl LII. San Francisco is playing in its third conference title game in the last four years.
Kansas City is playing in its fifth consecutive AFC championship, where it is 2-2, including winning the Super Bowl in 2019. The Chiefs also won the conference title the next year, but lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV.
After a 33-year drought, Cincinnati is playing in its second consecutive AFC championship. The Bengals beat the Chiefs last year to make it to Super Bowl LVI, but lost to the Los Angeles Rams.
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