Team Trends For NFL Conference Championship Games

Historical betting trends with these four teams on the field

Bengals at Chiefs

Bengals Trend: 8-2 SU (+8.0 units, 80.0% ROI) vs. teams with winning records this season

Chiefs Trend: 18-1 SU (+16.4 units, 81.8% ROI) after gaining 350+ passing yards in their last game

Joe Burrow and the Bengals took down Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs by the score of 34-31 back in Week 17. However, that game was in Cincinnati and was during the regular season, not in Kansas City and in the playoffs like this game will be. That matchup was a tale of two halves; the Chiefs outscored the Bengals 28-17 in the first half and then Cincinnati outscored KC 17-3 in the second half.

How will this one play out since both of the trends are active?

49ers at Rams

49ers Trend: Under Kyle Shanahan, San Fran has gone 7-0 ATS in January

Rams Trend: Under Sean McVay, the Rams have gone 9-0 ATS after games in which they controlled the time of possession for 34+ minutes and had 24+ first downs

Unless you get this spread on an even number and that’s the exact result, one of these teams will fail to cover in this situation for the first time. As you can see above, Kyle Shanahan is undefeated ATS in January at the helm of the Niners and under Sean McVay, the Rams have carried on their success after dominating the time of possession in their previous contest. Los Angeles possessed the ball for 34:08 and had exactly 24 first downs against the Bucs on Sunday. 

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