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п»їChiefs vs. Bills expert picks, odds: Spread, points total, player props, how to watch AFC Championship Game.
Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes will battle to play in Super Bowl LV.
A berth in Super Bowl LV is at stake as the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are going toe-to-toe with the winner heading to Tampa to face the Buccaneers. Buffalo held Baltimore to just three points en-route to a divisional round win, putting the Bills on the doorstep of their first Super Bowl appearance since 1993. Meanwhile, after Patrick Mahomes exited the divisional round due to injury, Chad Henne was able to help K.C. keep its hopes of a repeat alive by hanging on to beat the Browns.
We're going to dive into all the different betting angles that this game has to offer below. Along with picks surrounding the spread and total from our CBS Sports and SportsLine experts, you'll also get some of the inside scoop on our favorite prop bets for this exciting matchup to wrap up Championship Sunday.
All NFL odds are via William Hill Sportsbook.
How to watch.
Date: Sunday , Jan. 24 | Time: 6:40 p.m. ET Location: Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, Missouri) TV: CBS | Stream: CBS All Access Follow: CBS Sports App.
Bills at Chiefs spread picks.
"The Bills have been much better on defense since the midway point of the season. Coordinator Leslie Frazier has done a nice job. As for Buffalo's offense, Josh Allen didn't put up his usual gaudy numbers last week against the Ravens, but he made enough plays. It was a windy night. If the weather holds up here -- and Mahomes is in the game -- this could be a great shootout of two big-armed passers. Both defenses have improved since the Chiefs beat the Bills in Week 6, a game where Kansas City ran the football to win it. Clyde Edwards-Helaire ran for 161 in Kansas City's 26-17 victory. This time around, I think it's more of an air game with both quarterbacks having good games. I picked the Chiefs to get to the Super Bowl before the season and I am sticking with that. But it will be close -- even with Mahomes." -- Pete Prisco on how Kansas City edges out a 31-30 win over Buffalo.
"Josh Allen has been playing at an MVP-level all year and I think he can outduel a banged-up Mahomes. I'm picking the Bills here and if they win, there's a 50% chance I'll jump through a flaming folding table in my backyard to celebrate their first Super Bowl appearance since 1993. My neighbors will probably call the police, but it's a risk I'm willing to take." -- John Breech on why he likes Buffalo by a field goal.
In his bold predictions piece for the divisional round, CBS Sports' Cody Benjamin has Bills receiver Stefon Diggs approaching 200 yards receiving in this game against the Chiefs. To read the rest of Cody's bold predictions (plus a prediction for this game), click here.
"I've been saying this for at least the entire second half of the season: Buffalo is one of the few teams in the AFC that can match the offensive firepower of the Chiefs. The emergence of Josh Allen gives the Bills the ability to match Patrick Mahomes and the Cheifs throw-for-throw, which makes this a particularly tough draw for the defending champs. . When you have Mahomes possibly going at less than full speed, it only adds to the desire to lean towards Buffalo. After all, the Bills are the much hotter team coming into this AFC title game. They are 12-6 ATS on the season, while Kansas City is below .500 in that regard at 7-10 ATS." -- Tyler Sullivan explains why he likes Buffalo by a touchdown, 30-23.


Bucs vs. Saints expert picks, odds: Player props, spread, points total, how to watch divisional round game.
To wrap up the divisional round, it'll be Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees at the Superdome.
We close out the divisional round weekend with an epic matchup between Drew Brees and Tom Brady. Brady, in his first year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has given a franchise that has missed the playoffs for several years, a fighter's chance. Brees, who may be in his last run with New Orleans, is looking to get over recent playoff heartbreaks by advancing to the NFC Championship game. It's not just a matchup of quarterbacks, however, and both defenses have stood out at times this season. We're in for a great game.
Below, we're going to dive headfirst into all the different betting angles that this game has to offer. As well as picks surrounding the spread and total from our CBS Sports and SportsLine experts, you'll also get some of the inside scoop on our favorite prop bets for what is billed to be an epic head-to-head.
All NFL odds are via William Hill Sportsbook.
How to watch.
Date: Sunday, Jan. 17 | Time: 6:40 p.m. ET Location: Marcedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans) TV: FOX | Stream: fuboTV (try for free) Follow: CBS Sports App.
Buccaneers at Saints spread picks.
"The Saints beat the Bucs twice in the regular season, and now get the chance for the hat trick. New Orleans beat up Tom Brady in those two wins, picking him off five times and sacking him six times. In the last meeting in November, the defense abused Brady. But Brady has come alive since then. He's playing great football. The Saints defense will still be a major challenge. They have been good against the pass all season, which will make for an interesting battle between those two units. On the other side, Tampa Bay's defense didn't play well last week against Washington. If it plays like that this week, this will be ugly. I don't think it will. But Drew Brees and Alvin Kamara will do enough to find a way to win this one. Saints get the sweep and move on." -- Pete Prisco on why he's predicting New Orleans wins and covers against the Bucs.
"When two division rivals meet in the playoffs, I don't necessarily pay attention to what happened during the regular season, but in this game, it's kind of hard to ignore. The Saints blew out the Buccaneers twice this year with wins of 34-23 and 38-3, and yes, I count that first score as a blowout because it was 34-17 late in the game until the Buccaneers scored a garbage-time touchdown," John Breech on why he likes the Saints to pull out the win and cover against Tampa Bay.
In his bold predictions piece for the divisional round, CBS Sports' Cody Benjamin has Tom Brady throwing a game-winning touchdown to finally slay the Saints in New Orleans to advance to the NFC Championship Game. To read the rest of Cody's bold predictions, click here.
"While Tampa Bay has the talent, it's hard to trust them going on the road and slaying the Saints. In their careers, Drew Brees is 5-2 SU and ATS in head-to-head matchups with Tom Brady. This game will be closer than the previous matchups, but I'll still roll with the status quo in New Orleans." -- Tyler Sullivan on why he's leaning towards the Saints, 28-24.
SportsLine's Hammerin' Hank Goldberg has been red-hot in his last 27 games involving the Saints against the spread, owning a 20-6-1 ATS record. That include's New Orleans covering last week against the Bears. To see which way he's learning in this matchup, head on over to SportsLine.




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