Chiefs vs 49ers Odds, Spread And Predictions
The Chiefs vs 49ers odds, spread and predictions have all been published with the game just 24 hours out.
On Sunday, Kansas City will look to defeat San Francisco to win Super Bowl LIV.
The Chiefs are currently favored by 1.5 points in most sports books.
Some have them installed as a 1 point favorite, but most are at 1.5 points.
The over/under for the Super Bowl as of Saturday afternoon is 54 points.
On the moneyline side, the listing is as follows: Kansas City -120, San Francisco +100.
Kansas City has been averaging 43 points per outing in the 2020 NFL Playoffs, whereas San Francisco has not allowed a running play of greater than 11 yards for the entirety of the postseason.
When the Chiefs spectacular offense and the Niners’ brutal defense clash, something’s going to have to give.
Super Bowl LIV will take place on Sunday, February 2 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 pm ET.
The Chiefs have not lost since Week 10, when they fell to the Tennessee Titans 35-32 on the road.
They promptly got that loss back in the AFC Championship Game, sending Tennessee home from the playoffs in the process.
San Francisco, meanwhile, is fresh off a 37-point domination of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game.
Over the course of their last two playoff games, the Niners have given up just 30 points total.
As far as predictions go, most people have the Chiefs emerging victorious.
The majority of the betting money put down thus far has been on Kansas City.
Moreover, EA recently released its infamous Madden NFL 20 prediction, and that saw Kansas City emerging from the big game victorious.
A lot of the end result will likely come down to how Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes plays.
If Mahomes ends up having the sort of offensive supernova performance that he frequently has, then it will be tough for San Francisco to do anything about that.
If the Niners defense can make him uncomfortable, though, then they have a good chance of pulling off the upset.