Tennessee Titans to face Kansas City in AFC Championship
Chiefs Super Bowl favourites after remarkable victory over Houston Texans
The Super Bowl market was blown wide open on Saturday night when red-hot favourites the Baltimore Ravens suffered a shock defeat to the Tennessee Titans.
The Ravens had lost only twice during the regular season and had been 21-10 to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy before the clash in Maryland.
However, the Titans, who beat reigning champions the New England Patriots in the wildcard round, inflicted a 28-12 defeat on the favourites to the delight of punters who backed them at 7-2 to win the match.
Tennessee had been 30-1 outsiders to claim their first Super Bowl on Saturday morning, but are 7-1 for glory heading into their AFC Championship game with the Kansas City Chiefs, who are 11-8 Super Bowl favourites.
The Chiefs beat the Houston Texans 51-31 in a crazy game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, when they came back from 21-0 down after the first quarter.
San Francisco 49ers are not far behind them in the Super Bowl betting at 13-8 after they beat the Minnesota Vikings 27-10 in Saturday's early kick-off.
The Niners, who are the number one seeds in the NFC, will host Green Bay after the Packers overcame the Seattle Seahawks 28-23.
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