NFL Playoffs 2013: Conference Championship Odds Updated

Kevin C. Cox

The NFL Playoffs will continue this weekend with the AFC and NFC Championship games. Both games are seeing their odds move apart, making one of the teams an even bigger favorite. Here's a look at the current odds for both game, as well as how they have changed over the last 24 hours.

In just 24 hours, the odds for the AFC and NFC Championship games have gotten longer for the underdog. With the games not kicking off until Sunday, will the odds continue to separate the teams before they even take the field? Here's a look at the current odds, as well as a look at how they have changed over the last 24 hours.

NFC Championship

Sunday, January 20, 3:00pm ET
TV Coverage: Fox - Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Odds: 49ers by 5; O/U 49
SB Nation Coverage: Niners Nation | The Falcoholic

In the NFC Championship game, the odds opened at 49ers by 3, and an over/under of 47-1/2. Just 24 hours later, the 49ers have added two more points to the line, and the O/U has increased by a point-and-a-half. Despite winning their first playoff game under Matt Ryan and Mike Smith, and being the top seed playing in their own stadium, the Falcons don't seem to be thought of as a true contender when compared to the 49ers.


AFC Championship

Sunday, January 20, 6:30pm ET
TV Coverage: CBS - Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Odds: Patriots by 10; O/U 51-1/2
SB Nation Coverage: Baltimore Beatdown | Pats Pulpit

The AFC Championship has seen an even bigger increase in the line, with the Patriots moving from 7-1/2 points to 10 points favorites. The O/U, meanwhile has increased by just a half point. The line seems to believe that the loss of Rob Gronkowski will bear little impact on the Patriots, and the Ravens don't have much of a chance of going into Foxboro and upsetting the Patriots, who would be heading to their second straight Super Bowl with a win.

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