Four teams remain in the 2020 NFL playoffs with a chance to win Super Bowl LIV. While each team had an impressive victory in the divisional round, there is a large favorite in both conference title games.

The Kansas City Chiefs are laying 7.5 points against the visiting Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game Sunday afternoon. The total is 52, according to OddsShark.

In the NFC Championship Game, the San Francisco 49ers are favored by a touchdown at home over the Green Bay Packers. The over/under is 45.

The Baltimore Ravens entered the postseason as the Super Bowl favorites. Their loss to Tennessee cleared the way for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs to take that spot.

After beating the Houston Texans 51-31 in the second round, Kansas City leads the way with +130 Super Bowl odds, per FanDuel Sportsbook. The Chiefs overcame a 24-0 deficit in the divisional round, scoring 41 straight points against the Texans in a rout. Mahomes finished with 321 passing yards and five touchdowns.

San Francisco isn’t far behind with +155 odds to win the championship. The NFC’s No.1 seed beat the Minnesota Vikings 27-10 to kick off the divisional round. The 49ers surrendered 147 yards of offense to the Vikings.

Green Bay has +650 Super Bowl odds after holding off the Seattle Seahawks 28-23 at Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers had one of his best games this season, going 16-27 for 243 yards, two scores and no interceptions. The Packers must now head to Levi’s Stadium, where they were blown out 37-8 on Nov. 24.

Tennessee is a big underdog in the AFC Championship Game, even though they beat Kansas City during the regular season. The Titans had arguably the most impressive win in the divisional playoffs when they beat MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson and the Ravens 28-12. Derrick Henry has rushed for 377 yards in victories over Baltimore and the New England Patriots.

The road team won both conference championship games last year.