Are you ready for our NFL Conference Championship Report? Championship Sunday has been and gone, and the teams in Super Bowl LVIII are now set.
The Kansas City Chiefs managed to defeat the AFC’s No.1 seed in the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, whilst the San Francisco 49ers came from behind to get past the Detroit Lions. As always, our expert cappers managed to turn some nice profits. Some of them knew exactly how the Championship games were going to pan out!
We’ll be examining our top experts in our NFL Conference Championship Report, as well as rounding up the trending news. Finally, we’ll finish things up by taking a look at what’s coming up with the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl. Let’s get to it!
2024 NFL Conference Championship Report – 100% Records
It was a profitable Sunday for 21 of our cappers as they got stuck into the Championship games. 15 experts netted a $100 profit each, with most of them winning 100% of their picks.
There were four Sports Hub regulars who crushed the bookies in our NFL Conference Championship Report. They all went 2-0 to earn themselves $200 each. That also included our Free Picks. Yes, they’re free, and you could have made $200 yourself if you followed the wagers!
Sean Kuchman entered the top-5 again this week. He managed to land six of his 10 total picks, once again proving that player props can be extremely profitable.
Here’s our top cappers in my 2024 NFL Conference Championship Report:
- Ross Walker: Ross is one of our top experts and is up a mammoth $2623 over the last 30 days! He nailed his picks for the Championship games, correctly calling both the Chiefs and the Lions to cover the spread as the two underdogs. Mr. Walker has also won his last nine successive NFL wagers! If I were you, I’d be making sure I’m following his selection for the Super Bowl.
- Bobby Babowski: Having been one of our top NFL cappers throughout the season, it’s not much of a surprise to see Bobby Babowski near the top of the leaderboards again. He also called the Chiefs and Lions to cover the spread to net $200 this Sunday.
- FREE PICKS: I’m telling you right now to look at our free picks. You don’t have to pay a single dime to gain access to them, and they’ve resulted in five consecutive winners in the NFL. It’s basically free money at this point!
- Knup Sports – POTD: Our pals over at Knup Sports are constantly putting in the work to provide you with winning bets. They’re always featuring in our Daily Reports, and they smashed it on Championship Sunday, netting a $200 profit. They had the Chiefs +3.5, and the Lions +7.
- Sean’s Player Props: Sean Kuchman used player props to help put some money in the bank again this weekend, like he did for the Divisional Round. Sean had both the Chiefs and Lions to cover, but also landed four player props on the Championship games.
2024 NFL Conference Championship Report – Trending News
Now that we have gone through our top cappers for the weekend, we’re ready to delve into the trending news in our NFL Conference Championship Report. It will be Chiefs-Niners at Super Bowl 2024, a rematch of the championship match of 2020.
The Chiefs stepped up once again on the road in the AFC Championship game. The Ravens entered as 3-point favorites, but Patrick Mahomes led the charge for Kansas City. Mahomes is now 14-3 in his playoff career. His connection with Travis Kelce was in full flow, with the nine-time Pro Bowl tight end making 11 catches for 116 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Dancing our way into Super Bowl LVIII like 🕺 pic.twitter.com/LUrkGbyqaB— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) January 30, 2024
In the later game that decided the NFC title, the 49ers came back from a 17-point deficit to defeat the Lions 34-31 in Santa Clara. The likes of Jameson Williams, David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs put Detroit ahead, but the Niners rallied through Brandon Aiyuk, Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell to get back in front.
There’s now just one game left during the current NFL season. It’s been a whirlwind from the off, and it seems crazy that we’re now here. We still have the Pro Bowl to look forward to as well, but the primary focus is on February 11 for Super Bowl LVIII. Below you can find some further highlights in our NFL Conference Championship Report.
2024 NFL Conference Championship Report – Highlights
- Super Bowl 2024: The Chiefs and the 49ers will do battle in Vegas on February 11 at Super Bowl LVIII. The two teams met four years earlier as Kansas City ran out 31-20 winners. This time, San Francisco will be searching for redemption.
- Brock Purdy: The Niners QB helped produce a stunning comeback win on Sunday, proving that he is in fact a top-tier talent. Mr. Irrelevant hasn’t received too many plaudits this season, but he proved clutch in Sunday’s game. Purdy threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Aiyuk to help reduce the deficit to seven in the third quarter, before scrambling for multiple first downs throughout the second half en route to victory.
- Lamar Jackson: Lamar is set to become the MVP this season after his wonderful campaign. Sadly for him, though, he was eliminated with the Ravens on Sunday. The Baltimore signal caller has been trending, and he struggled against an elite Chiefs offense. LJ completed just 54.1% of his passes, throwing just one TD and a pick. He rushed for 58 yards, but couldn’t find the endzone.
- Taylor Swift: Pop superstar Taylor Swift is trending again as she watched Kelce and the Chiefs win the AFC title at M&T Bank Stadium, Maryland. She greeted the Kansas City star on the field post-game, and was shown by cameras throughout, celebrating in the stands.
- Zay Flowers: The Chiefs defense proved incredibly important for the win. Corner L’Jarius Sneed made a crucial play to punch the ball out of the hands of Ravens receiver Zay Flowers just as he was about to cross the plane for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. It came just four plays after Flowers was penalized for taunting Sneed following a 54-yard catch. Sneed has allowed just one TD throughout the whole season, and he proved pivotal on Sunday once again for the Chiefs. Revenge tastes sweet.
A look To The 2024 Pro Bowl & Super Bowl LVIII
The postseason has almost reached its conclusion. The AFC and NFC champions have been determined, meaning our NFL Conference Championship Report is nearly over. It will be the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII. However, we still have to wait another couple of weeks until the two teams battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy.
Next weekend, however, we get to see the 2024 Pro Bowl take place. It’s just a bit of fun before the monumental clash the week after. The Pro Bowl rosters were confirmed around a month ago, and this week will feature a host of games and skills showdowns, before the flag football game.
Let’s take a look at what’s coming up in the 2024 Pro Bowl & Super Bowl LVIII
- 2024 Pro Bowl: The Pro Bowl starts on Thursday, February 1 with a bunch of skills competitions on the schedule. The challenges begin at 7:00 p.m. ET, and will take place from Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida.
- Pro Bowl QBs: Three QBs have been selected from each conference. Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes and Tua Tagovailoa have been chosen to represent the AFC. Meanwhile, the NFC sees QBs Brock Purdy, Dak Prescott and Matthew Stafford feature.
- Flag Football: The 2024 Pro Bowl will continue on Sunday, February 4. More skill games will be on show, such as Madden, Tug-of-War and Move the Chains. Finally, a 7-on-7 flag football game will round up the Pro Bowl. Tune in from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET.
- Super Bowl LVIII: After featuring at the Pro Bowl, players from the Chiefs and the Niners will start to prepare to head to Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada for the Super Bowl. The 49ers are currently narrow 1-point favorites, with the game total set at 47.5. The game will get underway at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 11. Usher will be providing this year’s halftime entertainment.
We’ve come to the end of my NFL Conference Championship Report. You’ve got all the information you need now as we start to prepare for the Super Bowl. Our handicappers have got plenty of time to prepare for the championship game, so make sure that you check our system for their picks. It’s been an incredibly fun season, and hopefully Super Bowl LVIII will deliver as we aim to finish off in style!