The road to the Super Bowl gets underway this weekend and we recommend taking up William Hill’s 13/10 on the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs going toe-to-toe in what would could potentially be one of the greatest AFC Championship Games in recent memory.
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How To Back Bills & Chiefs @ 13/10
- Visit the William Hill website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- Select ‘American Football’ from the list of sports that you can bet on
- Under #YourOdds you will find ‘Bills To Play Chiefs In AFC Championship Game’ at 13/10
- Select the 13/10 odds box beneath the bet
- Enter your stake into the betslip (£10 bet returns £23)
- Place your bet
- If the Buffalo Bills face the Kansas City Chiefs in this season’s AFC Championship Game, William Hill will pay out your winnings in cash.
Why You Should Claim 13/10 Bills & Chiefs To Meet In AFC Championship Game
- The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending Super Bowl champions and although they have suffered a couple of defeats this season, one came when Patrick Mahomes was rested and the other came way back in October. Forget that Week 17 loss to the LA Chargers, the Chiefs’ real roster are on 10-game win streak and they have been firing on all cylinders offensively for most of it. They are the only team that gets a bye this weekend and they will face the lowest ranked team in the divisional round one week later – whoever that is they should beat to book their place in the Conference Championship.
- Buffalo brought an end to New England’s dominance of the AFC East this season and they did it in impressive fashion. Quarterback Josh Allen has enjoyed a truly breakout year with the aid of Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley, and that resulted in a 13-3 regular season campaign that culminated with six straight victories that saw them scored 34 points or more on five occasions. Last weekend they torched a usually stout Miami defense to the tune of 49 points (a pick six provided the other TD) and they should have far too much firepower for Indianapolis to contend with this weekend. A victory over the Colts is likely to set up a meeting with Baltimore in the Divisional Playoff and although the Ravens have burst into life on offense in recent weeks, I would not back them to beat these Bills in a shootout. Allen has proven that this early-season MVP calibre form was no fluke and he is more than capable of leading his team to within one win of a Super Bowl appearance.