NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Rate Before AFC and NFC Championship Matches

There’s no shortage of drama in the NFL’s knockout stages.

Every game is decided on ultimate ownership, with the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills ending the round with game of the year on Sunday night.

Now, there are four teams left to win the Super Bowl, and if you bet your future on one of these teams, you’re in good shape.

The chiefs have taken the leading position in Latest Super Bowl odds at WynnBETBut how should we rank the remaining teams in the NFL knockouts?

Patrick Mahomes is in a world of his own. Not only did he put the Captain in the net within 13 seconds to send the game into injury time, but he improved KC to 7-3 ATS in the knockout stages while he was there. The captains’ defense may be the only thing that can keep them from the Super Bowl title.

Can Sean McVay finally beat Kyle Shanahan after losing six straight games to him? It won’t be easy against the 49ers’ defence, but Matthew Stafford and the Rams have looked great in the first two weeks of the season. The knockout stages are always fun, and the Rams’ midfield play gives them the edge in my eyes.

Do Bengali have anything else unpleasant in them? Cincy defeated the chiefs this season, and the Bengals’ strong offensive could have a field day after seeing Josh Allen tackle the Captains in the squad ring. Joe Burrow and company remain the best value on the board.

The 49ers need some particularly great teams playing to beat the Green Bay Packers, but their defense is real. Jimmy Garoppolo isn’t just a game manager, but Kyle Shanahan has won his last six games against the Rams. I don’t believe in Jimmy G enough to put the Niners on this list, but they just Dogs 3.5 points in the NFC Championship. NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Rate Before AFC and NFC Championship Matches

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