With trips to Super Bowl LIV down in Miami on the line, it's safe to assume the two Conference Championships scheduled for Sunday will live up to the hype for football fans since this happens to be one of the most exciting sports weekends of the year. Each week, we were looking at the biggest climb and fall in the Big Game betting futures but now that we're down to these four contenders, let's peek at each as well as the lookahead spread and total for Super Bowl LIV. We mentioned that one-sided loss at San Francisco in Week 12, however, the Packers QB is 0-3 SU in his last three games in the Golden State (losses at San Francisco, L.A. Chargers and L.A. Rams), going a combined 61 for 98 (62 percent) for 554 total yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in those defeats - a collective passer rating of 87.71. The problem will lie in the Packers' defense trying to slow down the 49ers.
The Titans upset the Chiefs in a wild 35-32 shootout in Week 10, when Henry rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first game back for Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who missed two games with a dislocated kneecap.
San Francisco offers many paces and styles in the rushing attack with its deep backfield. "One play at a time, do something special", he said. "Battle back in the fourth quarter at home and find a way to win is a ton of fun".
Henry ran for 195 yards as the Titans, 10-point 'dogs, overpowered the Ravens in a 28-12 win.
Of course, that same Giants team went on to win the Super Bowl that season.
We offer our analysis of these lines and how best to take advantage of the potential value by betting them before this Sunday's conference championship games. You've seen them all season long as they have gone through adversity. "Even when we played them, we were up a couple scores late in the game, and they fought to the end and wound up beating us". He's also averaging nearly five yards per carry after contact in those three games, with 19 forced missed tackles. "We are competitors and we want to be able to show our true selves". All four of those victories came when the Packers had Brett Favre at quarterback.