The odds are against the Green Bay Packers in the 2020 NFC Championship Game, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the team would be underdogs in Super Bowl LIV. According to the look-ahead lines at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, the NFC North champs would be favored in one of the two possible matchups.

In a potential meeting with the Tennessee Titans on Feb. 2 in Miami, the Packers would be favored by a point. The Kansas City Chiefs are projected to be 4.5-point favorites in a matchup with Green Bay.

Those odds could change, of course, depending on how each conference title game plays out.

Kansas City is laying 7.5 points at home against Tennessee in Sunday afternoon’s AFC Championship Game. The point spread is the same in the NFC Championship Game with the San Francisco 49ers hosting the underdog Packers.

Being an underdog is an unfamiliar position for Green Bay. They have been favored in 13 of their 17 games, going 8-5 against the spread in those contests. The Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Chargers both beat the Packers as underdogs.

Green Bay is 3-1 against the spread as an underdog. The Packers upset the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings on the road with wins straight up and ATS.

San Francisco is the one team that handed Green Bay a loss as an underdog. The Packers tried and failed miserably to beat the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in the regular season, losing 37-8 on “Sunday Night Football” in Week 12.

The Packers beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium 31-24 in Week 8. Matt Moore started at quarterback in place of Patrick Mahomes, who was recovering from a knee injury. Aaron Rodgers had one of his best games of the season, going 23-33 for 305 yards, three touchdowns and a 129.0 passer rating.

Tennessee and Green Bay didn’t meet in the regular season.

Green Bay covered the 4.5-point spread in the divisional round when they defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-23 at Lambeau Field.