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This article contains affiliate links; if you click such a link and make a purchase, Digital Trends and Yahoo Inc. may earn a commission.It’s Conference Championship Sunday in the 2024 NFL Playoffs. The first game will feature Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs traveling to M&T Bank Stadium to face Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship.



The stakes are immense for the AFC Championship Game between the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. These teams had different experiences during the Divisional Round, as the Ravens overcame a sluggish first half to blow out the Houston Texans at home, 34-10. Meanwhile, the Chiefs and Buffalo Bills added another remarkable chapter to their rivalry. They traded blows until the Bills missed the game-tying field goal on their final drive, allowing Patrick Mahomes to escape Buffalo with his first postseason road win. On the futures board, Baltimore has the second-shortest Super Bowl odds of the four remaining teams at +170, ranking just behind the San Francisco 49ers (+140). Kansas City is third at +450 despite winning the Lombardi Trophy last year. Can Lamar Jackson lead the Ravens to the Big Game after recent playoff disappointment? Or will the Chiefs continue their title defense with another road win? Moneyline For the second week in a row, Kansas City is a road underdog with plus odds on the moneyline. Mahomes had never played a postseason game on the road before last week, but it didn’t faze him. He proved he’s still one of the best quarterbacks in the league, picking apart the Bills’ defense for 215 passing yards and two touchdowns on a 73.9% completion rate. Mahomes already has two MVP awards under his belt, but Jackson is also about to win his second. Jackson got the playoff monkey off his back last week with a historic performance, tearing up the Texans for 152 passing yards, 100 rushing yards and four total touchdowns. While both quarterbacks are roughly the same age (Jackson is one year younger), postseason experience could be a factor here. This is Mahomes’ sixth-straight Conference Championship game – the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Tom Brady. He’s 13-3 in the playoffs after last week’s win, including 3-2 in this round. Jackson has never been one win away from the Big Game, so this is the first time he’s playing with a Super Bowl trip on the line. He’s 2-3 in the postseason and doesn’t have Mahomes’ track record. However, that may not matter because Baltimore is the better team. The Ravens were one of the most complete squads in the NFL this year, finishing near the top of the league in offense, defense and special teams. The Chiefs also have a great defense (second in points and yards allowed), but their offense has looked surprisingly mortal. They finished 15th in points and often struggled to finish drives, settling for field goals instead of scoring touchdowns. Baltimore doesn’t have that problem, ranking fourth in scoring and averaging 29.8 points per game in Jackson’s starts. In his last 11 starts, the Ravens have eclipsed 30 points nine times. Jackson showed once again last week why he’s so difficult to contain. Houston blitzed him relentlessly, hoping to force the ball out quickly and prevent him from getting comfortable in the pocket. Jackson adjusted by speeding up his game in the second half and running circles around pass rushers. Mahomes is fairly mobile, but he can’t change a game with his legs the way Jackson can. Jackson also has more weapons at his disposal, especially if top tight end Mark Andrews returns from injury. These two teams haven’t played since 2021, when Jackson got the best of Mahomes in a 36-35 thriller. Expect a similar outcome this time. Point Spread We like Baltimore on the moneyline, but Kansas City is a better option on the spread if it holds at 3.5 points. The Ravens will have to win by more than a field goal to cover with the hook, and we’re not sure they can against the battle-tested Chiefs. As mentioned, it’s unwise to bet against Mahomes in the playoffs. He covered last week as an underdog and is now 11-5 against the spread in the postseason. This season, Kansas City is 11-8 against the spread and has covered in four straight games. It’s also 7-2 straight up on the road, winning its last three road games. Baltimore has also been outstanding against the spread this year, going 12-6 ATS overall and 6-2 in its last eight games. The Ravens have been a mixed bag lately at home, going 3-3 ATS in their last six home games. Anchored by Mahomes, a stellar defense and a legendary head coach in Andy Reid (second-most playoff wins of all-time), the Chiefs should keep this game close. They took down a statistically superior team last week on the road. Even if Kansas City falters, this is the type of game that will be decided by a field goal. That’s how last week went for the Chiefs, and we’re predicting another evenly-matched duel between two of the best quarterbacks of their generation. Over/Under The Over/Under opened at 44.5 points, a modest total with two elite quarterbacks. Kansas City went over this total comfortably last week with 51 total points, and Baltimore also would have if Houston didn’t get shut out in the second half. Because of their stingy defenses, both teams have trended to the Under this year. The Chiefs are 13-6 against the Under and yield 17.1 points per game. The Ravens allow 16.1 points per game this year and are 9-8-1 to the Under. Four of Kansas City’s last five games have been less than the posted total, but Baltimore’s offense keeps the Over in play. The Ravens are 5-3-1 to the Over in their last nine games. The weather in Baltimore could have an impact this weekend. Forecasts call for temps in the 40s with a chance of rain, which may make scoring difficult. The Chiefs have allowed more than 20 points only once in their last seven games, while the Ravens have held their last five opponents under 20 points. There’s a good chance at least one of these teams scores fewer than 20 points on Sunday. If that happens, it will be hard for the Over to hit. In a game with two suffocating defenses and questionable weather, we should expect more punts and field goals than touchdowns. Player Prop One player prop to target from this game is Isiah Pacheco to score an anytime touchdown at plus odds. Pacheco has been a touchdown machine for KC lately, scoring in six straight games. He has had seven total touchdowns during the span, with six on the ground and one through the air. The Chiefs’ lead back is a good bet to find the end zone again this week given his impressive volume. Pacheco has received 15-plus touches in eight consecutive games and has been the team’s most reliable scoring option over the last two months. If the weather is suboptimal, look for Kansas City to lean on Pacheco even more this week, especially in scoring situations. He has only fumbled the ball twice all year and can be trusted to carry the ball safely across the pylons. With plus odds, this wager offers some value. Who's Playing Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Records: Kansas City 11-6, Baltimore 13-4 How To Watch When: Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 3 p.m. ET Where: M&T Bank Stadium -- Baltimore, Maryland TV: CBS Follow: CBS Sports App Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.) What to Know On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will fight it out against the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC playoff matchup at 3:00 p.m. ET at M&T Bank Stadium. The Chiefs pulled off an upset win in their last outing, and are hoping to pull that off once more against the 3.5-point favorite Ravens. Kansas City came tearing into Sunday's game with three straight wins (a stretch where they outscored their opponents by an average of 9.3 points) and they left with even more momentum. They narrowly escaped with a victory as the squad sidled past the Bills 27-24. The Chiefs' win was a true team effort, with many players turning in solid performances. Perhaps the best among them was Patrick Mahomes, who threw for 215 yards and two touchdowns while completing 73.9% of his passes. Another player making a difference was Isiah Pacheco, who rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown. Meanwhile, after a disappointing ten points in their last matchup, Baltimore made sure to put some points up on the board against the Texans on Saturday. The Ravens were the clear victor by a 34-10 margin over the Texans. The over/under was set at 44 points, so nice work oddsmakers; you were right on the money. Lamar Jackson had an outrageously good game as he rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns on only 11 carries, and also threw for 152 yards and two touchdowns while completing 72.7% of his passes. Kansas City pushed their record up to 11-6 with that victory, which was their third straight on the road. As for Baltimore, they have been performing incredibly well recently as they've won seven of their last eight matchups, which provided a nice bump to their 13-4 record this season. Not only did both teams in this Sunday's contest win their last matches, they also took care of their bettors and covered the spread. Looking ahead, the Ravens are the favorite in this one, as the experts expect to see them win by 3.5 points. The Chiefs might be worth a quick bet since they've covered the spread the last four times they've played. Odds Baltimore is a 3.5-point favorite against Kansas City, according to the latest NFL odds. The over/under is set at 44.5 points. See NFL picks for every single game, including this one, from SportsLine's advanced computer model. Get picks now. Series History Kansas City has won 4 out of their last 5 games against Baltimore. Sep 19, 2021 - Baltimore 36 vs. Kansas City 35 Sep 28, 2020 - Kansas City 34 vs. Baltimore 20 Sep 22, 2019 - Kansas City 33 vs. Baltimore 28 Dec 09, 2018 - Kansas City 27 vs. Baltimore 24 Dec 20, 2015 - Kansas City 34 vs. Baltimore 14 NFL Streams Reddit Live Kansas City Chiefs vs Baltimore Ravens Live Baltimore Ravens vs Kansas City Chiefs Live Chiefs vs Ravens Live Ravens vs Chiefs Live Stroy By Rafan It Center.


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