Super Bowl LIII Betting Odds Before 2019 AFC, NFC Conference Championships

After the conference championships are played Sunday, we will finally know which two teams will play in Super Bowl 53.

Four teams remain after the divisional round of the 2019 NFL Playoffs, and the lower seeds got hit with reality after enjoying some wins in the wild-card round.

In fact, the teams in the AFC and NFC Conference Championship are straight chalk – with the top two seeds in both conferences playing for the right to take a trip to Atlanta, Georgia.

The Saints remain the favorites in the NFC and the Chiefs are predicted by oddsmakers to win the AFC. Oh, and don’t look now, but Belichick and Brady are doing their thing again in the playoffs after having a quiet 2018 season.

The Patriots odds got slashed in half following their dominant win over the Chargers in the divisional round and even jumped ahead of the Rams.

This will be the last week that odds for Super Bowl 53 futures will be available, and after Sunday, the opening betting line will come out since only two teams will remain. However, out of the Saints, Rams, Patriots, Chiefs, only one will be crowned champion on Feb. 3, 2019.

Super Bowl 53 odds and all relevant odds and betting lines are provided by Bovada. To view the latest odds and betting lines, click here.

Odds to Win Super Bowl 53 – AFC/NFC Conference Championship

Teams                                    Conf. Odds   Divisional Odds         Change (+/-)

New Orleans Saints              +175              +235                          -60

Kansas City Chiefs               +275              +400                          -125

New England Patriots         +333              +650                          -317

Los Angeles Rams              +350              +400                          -50

Eliminated after NFL Divisional Round: Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIII – Conference Winner

This will be the last week to take advantage of these Super Bowl betting odds since we’ll know the exact teams playing in the Super Bowl after the conference championships have been decided.

AFC Team    +115

NFC Team    -155

Odds to Win 2019 NFC and AFC Conference Championship

There isn’t a betting line for the conference winner anymore since this weekend will decide two conference championship winners that will be representing the NFC and AFC in the Super Bowl.

However, the money line in both games does tell us which team is more likely to win their conference on Sunday. Here are the money line odds from both matchups.

Odds to Win the 2019 NFC Championship

Saints             -170

Rams              +150

Odds to Win the 2019 AFC Championship

Chiefs             -145

Patriots           +125

Odds of Exact Result in Super Bowl 53

Last week, Bovada introduced a new set of odds where the line requires you to pick the exact result of Super Bowl 53. Essentially, it works like a parlay, requiring you to make three correct picks – needing both the winner of the AFC and NFC championships and the winner of the two in the Super Bowl to payout.

2019 Super Bowl Exact Result

Saints Defeat Chiefs            +325

Chiefs Defeat Saints            +375

Saints Defeat Patriots          +450

Patriots Defeat Saints          +500

Rams Defeat Chiefs             +500

Chiefs Defeat Rams             +550

Rams Defeat Patriots           +750

Patriots Defeat Rams           +750

2019 AFC and NFC Conference Championships – Betting Lines and Schedule

The AFC and NFC Conference Championships will be played on Sunday, Jan. 20 and the winners will advance to Super Bowl 53. The NFC title game is set to kick off at 3:05 p.m. ET and the AFC title game is scheduled to kick off at 6:40 p.m. ET. The kick off time for the second game could be pushed back if the afternoon game goes into overtime.

Below you’ll find the betting lines for the two matchups (point spread, money line, over/under) and where to watch all four teams play in the conference championships with each team being only one step away from taking a trip to the Super Bowl.

NFC Conference Championship

Jan. 20., 3:05 p.m. ET on FOX

Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints

Rams              +3.5 (-115)    +150             O 57.0 (-115)

Saints             -3.5 (-105)      -170              U 57.0 (-105)

AFC Conference Championship

Jan. 20th, 6:40 p.m. ET on CBS

New England Patriots @ Kansas City Chiefs

Patriots           +3.0 (-115)    +125              O 55.0 (-110)

Chiefs             -3.0 (-105)    -145               U 55.0 (-110)