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Sleeper picks for highest, lowest scoring games, teams in NFC and AFC title games

Draftkings Sportsbook has some NFC and AFC championship game bets you should consider, and we broke down a few sleeper picks to keep an eye on.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers reacts while walking off the field after the game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Draftkings Sportsbook has bets available for Sunday’s AFC and NFC title games based on the scoring we might see. The Tennessee Titans will take on the Kansas City Chiefs first. That game will be followed by a matchup between the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers. We took a look at four sleeper picks on the board.

Highest scoring team: Tennessee Titans (+475)

The Titans stunned the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round by putting up 28 points in M&T Bank Stadium, against one of the NFL’s best defense. The Chiefs are fresh off a game in which they forked up 24 points to the Houston Texans before halftime. Tennessee proved that its offense has more creativity than we thought in its last outing and is masterful when it comes to running out the clock. The Titans also put up 35 points against the Chiefs during the regular season. The visiting team has a real shot at putting up a ton of points.

Highest scoring game: Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers (+140)

Green Bay and San Francisco combined for 54 points in the Divisional Round. The 49ers have consistently been one of the highest-scoring offenses in the league this year, and should continue be dominant on the offensive end. The Packers, on the other hand, have been a middle-of-the-road team when it comes to putting points on the board. But now Aaron Rodgers is in playoff mode and could rise to the occasion.

Lowest scoring team: Tennessee Titans (+185)

Derrick Henry drives the Titans’ offense, but how long he can keep up his impressive run remains to be seen. He did rush for 188 and two scores the last time he faced Kansas City, but that was in Tennessee. Now there’s much more on the line, and the Chiefs have had a chance to watch him a little more. If banking on Henry to rush for 180 yards every game might not be sustainable, and if he has a subpar outing the rest of Tennessee’s offense will struggle.

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