When you have an NFL conference with a perpetual playoff contender (New England) hell-bent on using is conference-best quarterback and NFL-best coach to repeat as Super Bowl champs; a surprise-package team (Kansas City) flying on the moon with an 11-game winning streak; a legendary quarterback (Peyton Manning) looking to end his NFL tenure with a Super Bowl Trophy; and an explosive offense-first team (Pittsburgh) that can shred you into pieces through its red-hot QB-WR tandem; then you can easily make a case in the NFL odds that the Super Bowl title belongs to that conference. That’s exactly what all the supporters of the American Football Conference (AFC) are hoping, praying and betting on, ahead of the AFC Divisional Round matchups. Can the AFC claim the Super Bowl Title for the second year running? And if that is to happen, which of the remaining four AFC contenders—Denver (12-4), New England (12-4), Kansas City (12-5) and Pittsburgh (10-6)—will carry the conference mantle all the way the National Championship game? Let’s check out what the NFL odds have to say, as we take a brief look at the Championship Future odds preview below.
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