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We are tracking the odds to win the 2020 AFC and NFC Championships all season long, also read as which two teams will play in Super Bowl 54, from the moment they open. The graphs below were generated by averaging the odds from multiple sources.

Top AFC Championship Contenders

  • [October 14] Thanks to a perfect 6-0 start and back-to-back losses from the Chiefs, the Patriots are now odds-on favorites to win the AFC
  • [October 8] After knocking off the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, the Colts average odds to win the AFC went from +3500 to +1700
  • [October 1] After upsetting the Ravens in Baltimore, the Browns have the third-best odds to win the AFC again
  • [September 23] A 1-2 start has resulted in the Chargers falling from the top three contenders, seeing the Ravens and Texans overtake them
  • [September 17] With Ben Roethlisberger done for the season, the Steelers saw their AFC Championship odds fade from an average of +1200 to +2300
  • [September 10] After a dominant performance against the Steelers on SNF, the Patriots are getting closer to having EVEN odds to win the AFC Championship
  • [August 25] Indy plummeted after Andrew Luck’s retirement, going from +670 to +2300. The Steelers (+920) replaced the Colts in the top five.
  • [July 18] The Colts have overtaken the Browns for the third-best odds to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl
  • [March 13] The New England Patriots have opened as the favorites to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 54.

AFC Championship Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
New England Patriots +100
Kansas City Chiefs +350
Baltimore Ravens +900
Houston Texans +1000
Buffalo Bills +1600

*Odds taken October 14; follow link in table for all betting options

Some trends to consider before placing any wagers on who will win the 2020 AFC Championship game:

  • The New England Patriots have won 11 AFC Championships, the most conference championships of any team in the NFL
  • Three AFC teams have never been to a Super Bowl: Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars
  • The Patriots have won each of the last three AFC Championships, and four of the last five
  • No AFC South team has won an AFC Championship since 2010 – the Indianapolis Colts

AFC Contenders by Division

Top NFC Championship Contenders

  • [October 15] A 5-0 start has seen the Niners’ odds to win the NFC shorten from +2000 ahead of Week 1 to +580 after Week 6
  • [September 30] After fading to +1000 following an injury to Drew Brees, the Saints are again the favorites to make the Super Bowl from the NFC, as Green Bay, Dallas, and Los Angeles (Rams) all lost in Week 4
  • [September 24] A 1-2 start has seen the Eagles NFC championship odds fall from +800 to +1200, leaving them outside of the top seven for the first time this year
  • [September 16] With Drew Brees reportedly set to miss six weeks due to a torn ligament in his thumb, the Saints NFC Championship odds faded all the way to +1000
  • [September 10] After losing to the Packers in the season-opener, the Bears saw their NFC Championship odds fade from +720 to +980, dropping from fourth-best to seventh
  • [May 27] The Saints and Rams continue to flip-flop at the top, with New Orleans re-claiming favorite status this time.
  • [May 1] The LA Rams have overtaken the Saints as favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.
  • [March 13] The New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams have opened as co-favorites to win the 2020 NFC Championship.

NFC Championship Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
New Orleans Saints +350
San Francisco 49ers +550
Green Bay Packers +600
Seattle Seahawks +850
Philadelphia Eagles +900

*Odds taken October 15

Some trends to consider before placing any wagers on who will win the 2020 NFC Championship game:

  • Since 1999, only one team has repeated as NFC Champions: the Seattle Seahawks in 2014 and 2015
  • The NFC’s no. 1 or 2 seed has represented the conference in the Super Bowl each of the last seven years
  • No NFC North team has won an NFC Championship since 2011 – the Green Bay Packers
  • The Detroit Lions are the only NFC team who has never won the conference championship

NFC Contenders by Division

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After receiving a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Ottawa ('15), Matt spent two years with Rogers TV as a host, producer, and play-by-play commentator. He has been with us since 2016 and serves as SBD's Editor-in-Chief and sports betting expert.