Ravens vs Chiefs: The Baltimore Ravens are now just one game away from reaching the Super Bowl for the first time since 2013. Standing in their way is a Chiefs team chasing back-to-back Super Bowl rings. This truly is a clash of titans and if you’re looking to bet on Sunday’s action, you’ve come to the right place.
Ravens vs Chiefs: AFC Championship Game Info
Date: Sunday, January 28th
Time: 3:00 PM ET
Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
TV channel: CBS
Ravens vs Chiefs: AFC Championship Game Betting Info
Spread: Baltimore Ravens -3.5 | Kansas City Chiefs +3.5
Moneyline: Baltimore Ravens -185 | Kansas City Chiefs +154
Total: Over/Under 44.5
Ravens vs Chiefs: Same-Game Parlay +950
Lamar Jackson OVER 64.5 rushing yards
The Baltimore Ravens come into this game with the best rushing offense in the NFL, thanks in large part to Lamar Jackson who has led the charge all season. Fortunately for the Ravens, the Chiefs rank 16th in stopping it.
Limiting the best rushing offense in the NFL is one thing, but doing so with the likely MVP winner in Lamar Jackson at the helm is a different beast entirely.
Jackson rushed for 100 yards against the Texans and has averaged 51 rushing yards per game this season. At home, he should be able to gash a vulnerable Chiefs unit for 65+.
Patrick Mahomes OVER 241.5 passing yards
I’m not a huge fan of the Chiefs offense this season. There aren’t many weapons outside of Travis Kelce that scream ‘Super Bowl’, but they have one man who defies all odds – Patrick Mahomes.
The best quarterback in the league by some distance, Mahomes consistently turns water into wine and has been able to get the most out of a fairly depleted group of wideouts. He’s averaging 261 passing yards per game and although the Ravens’ defense will be tough to overcome, it’s going to take a heroic effort from this man and we all know he’s capable of pulling it off…
Travis Kelce OVER 62.5 receiving yards
If you’re betting on a Patrick Mahomes total, you might as well parlay it with a Travis Kelce one.
Drawing 137 targets this year (19 more than his nearest teammate, Rashee Rice), Kelce has accounted for 7 touchdowns and over 1,100 receiving yards. Without much in the way of wideout ammunition to target, Kelce is going to be an X-Factor on Sunday.
The Niners TE’s put up 120+ yards on Baltimore when they locked horns earlier this season, and you can bet that Andy Reid will be scouring tape looking to try and find a similar path to the endzone. I think Kelce sails past this total this weekend.
Rashee Rice anytime TD +140
As much as the Chiefs lack a lot of the explosive prowess they had a few years ago, Rashee Rice has had a really good season. In fact, he’s broke the 1,000-yard mark as well as leading the team in touchdowns this year.
To follow up on his impressive regular season campaign, Rice torched the Dolphins for 130 yards and backed that up with 47 yards against the Bills. While his totals can be volatile, he’s always going to be a candidate to break off a big-time play, which is why I think the safer route to bet would be an anytime TD at odds far more attractive.
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