Championship Sunday Bookie Preview
The NFL puts on its second most spectacular show of the season this Sunday when the top four teams in the league battle it out in the NFC Championship and AFC Championship.
Over in the NFC, 1-seed New Orleans hosts the 2-seed L.A. Rams. That’s the first game on January 20.
Then, in the AFC Championship, the Patriots travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs.
2019 NFL Conference Championships – How Bookies are Preparing
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L.A. Rams +3.5 at New Orleans Saints -3.5
Saints versus Rams could be one of those nail biters, or, it could end up a Saints blowout win.
Obviously, New Orleans was rusty in the first quarter of their 20-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Saints came back after being down 14-0.
New Orleans should control the clock, as they did with the close to 12 minute drive in the third quarter versus Philadelphia, meaning many pay per head agents might not use their layoff accounts on the total.
Many will also allow money on the Rams to ride if the Rams are over bet. Just in case, bookmakers will set max betting limits on both moneylines.
New England Patriots +3 at Kansas City Chiefs -3
The New England Patriots are in a strange position on Sunday.
The Pats must beat the Chiefs on the road to stamp their ticket to Super Bowl 53. New England has been masterful for close to a decade.
Sunday’s AFC Championship will be New England’s eighth straight.
Less than 50% of NFL handicappers believe the Patriots cover the spread. Many are pounding the Chiefs.
Some pay per head agents will try and score big profits by allowing money to ride on the Chiefs and not use their layoff accounts.
If the Chiefs don’t cover the spread, those bookies who take that risk could make out big time.
Most all bookie agents will set max betting limits on both the Patriots and Chiefs. The odds are low enough to where some players will bet massive amounts on both sides.
Keep that in mind when deciding whether to back a team against the spread or on the moneyline.
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