Model Trends For Conference Championship Games

How the BetQL Model has fared with these four teams on the field

Bengals at Chiefs

Model Trend: 28-20 (58.3%, +$538 on $100 bets) on O/U bets in Patrick Mahomes starts

The total for this AFC Championship Game opened at 51 and quickly shot up a couple points. CLICK HERE to see where it is now and find out if it’s more valuable to bet over or under, per BetQL’s projection. When these two teams matched up on January 2, Joe Burrow and the Bengals walked away with a 34-31 victory in Cincinnati. It appears as though public and sharp bettors remember that game and that the general explosiveness of both offenses is still fresh on their minds.

Overall, the over has gone 11-7 in Chiefs games and the under has gone 10-8 in Bengals games this season. As you can see above, you should consult BetQL’s model before placing a bet on this week’s total.

49ers at Rams

Model Trend: 29-14 (67.4%, +$1,237 on $100 bets) on 49ers O/U bets all-time

Model Trend: 27-16 (62.8%, +$859 on $100 bets) on Rams O/U bets all-time

The total for this NFC Championship Game opened at 46.5 and slightly moved up since then. CLICK HERE to see where it is now and find out if it’s more valuable to bet over or under, per BetQL’s projection. The over has gone 9-8-1 in Rams games and the under has gone 10-8 in 49ers games this season, thus making this difficult to get a read on… unless you have access to our model. To make matters more confusing, this is the third time these two NFC West teams will play this season; the first game finished under the total and the second finished over.

Dating back to the regular season, four of the last five Rams games finished under the total, but does that matter heading into this contest? For just $4.99, you can get access to our model and find out now!

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