NFL Conference Championship Betting And Market Report

Four teams remain on NFL Conference Championship weekend. The Green Bay Packers kickoff the action as a 3-point favorite over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at frigid Lambeau Field (29 degrees). The Kansas City Chiefs look to return to the Super Bowl and defend their title as a 3-point favorite over the Buffalo Bills in the AFC.

Both lines have settled into -3 on game day after moving to 3.5. The over/under is up to 53 or 53.5 in the NFC Championship and 54.5 in the AFC title game.

The big bets are coming in and William Hill just moved back to Packers -3 after taking a $500,000 bet at Bally’s in Las Vegas on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3.5).

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The Las Vegas SuperBook sportsbook director added,

“I think the NFC championship could be the highest-volume non-Super Bowl game ever,” John Murray said. “It’s Brady versus Rodgers at Lambeau Field. You couldn’t ask for a bigger game. It will be a massive handle through the roof.”

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“On the news of Mahomes being eligible, we moved the Chiefs from -3 to -3 1/2. We were a little heavy on the Chiefs before the move and I expect there will be continuous KC money on the point spread. We are seeing Bills play on the Moneyline at +155.”

Avello added comments on the Packers and Buccaneers showdown.

“It’s been a steady stream of Green Bay money up to this point. But I believe Bucs supporters will get involved on the Moneyline at +160 leading up to game time.”

I have a position on the Green Bay Packers, so Sunday it’s #GoPackGo.

Author: FairwayJay is a leading national sports betting analyst, writer, handicapper and sports betting insider providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. He chips in additional sports betting coverage and reporting on industry news and events for leading media and sports betting sites and companies. Follow him on Twitter: @FairwayJay