Given the way they’ve been playing and taking care of business in the NFL lines, I am not sure if labeling the Kansas City Chiefs (who’ve won an NFL-best 11 straight games) as a dark horse in the race for the AFC crown is befitting of their status. The Pittsburgh Steelers (5-1 in their last six outings) have not been as impressive as the Chiefs, but they too have done well enough to keep their Super Bowl 50 hopes alive, something only other 7 teams in the NFL can boast of ahead of NFL Divisional Round matchups. Still, with the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots bragging of bigger reputations and perennial strength when it comes to going deep in the postseason games, the Chiefs and Steelers will have to make do with the underdogs tag in the AFC Championship race. After all, we have seen many teams beat the NFL odds to win AFC crown and the Super Bowl as underdogs or dark horses, so what matters most is how both teams will give account of themselves, starting this weekend. Keeping that in mind, here is a look at what NFL betting value is offered by this year’s AFC Championship dark horses.
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