The NFL Divisional Playoff matchups are set after a fantastic weekend of Super Wild Card games.
The Bills, Rams and Buccaneers earned their tickets to the next round of the playoffs on Saturday in three exciting games through the fourth quarter. The Rams (+3.5) were the only team Saturday to record a win of more than one score through their 30-20 loss over the Seattle Seahawks. Buffalo (-7) and Tampa Bay (-9) were able to advance to the Divisional Round, but were unable to reward their sponsors in the betting windows by winning by less than the spread.
The biggest upset came in the last game of the weekend when the Cleveland Browns (+5.5) crushed Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-37 in Pittsburgh. The Browns now have a date with the Kansas City Chiefs, defending Super Bowl champions.
The Ravens (-3.5) and Saints (-10.5) recorded wins earlier in the day over the Titans and Bears respectively, who will see them lined up between the white lines again next weekend. Arguably the biggest showdown of the four games will involve Tom Brady taking on Drew Brees for the right to play in the NFC Championship game next Sunday night.
The crisp information from Las Vegas produced another prof.
thatNFL betting campaign: ending the regular season with a record of 68-47-1 against the spread. The betting plays, provided only to Sports Illustrated, have absolutely crushed the sportsbooks on NFL, NCAA basketball, and college football betting. Reporting straight from Sports Illustrated Gambling Vegas Insider Frankie Taddeo is currently on an incredible 12-5 ATS (71%) run on all football plays. Make sure to keep an eye out for sharp plays from the NFL Division later this week!
Saturday NFL Divisional Round Playoffs
NFC Saturday Game
No. 6 Los Angeles (11-6 SU, 10-7 ATS) at No. 1 Green Bay (13-3 SU, 10-6 ATS)
Money line: Los Angeles: (+280) | Green Bay: (-360)
Spread: LAR: +7.5 (-122) | GB: -7.5 (+100)
Total: – Over: 46.5 (-110) | Sub: 46.5 (-110)
Game information: January 16, 2021, 4:35 pm ET / 1:35 pm PT | FOX
AFC Saturday game
No. 5 Baltimore (12-5 SU, 10-7-1 ATS) at No. 2 Buffalo (14-3 SU, 11-6 ATS)
Money line: Baltimore (+125) | Buffalo: (-155)
Spread: BAL +2.5 (+102) | BUF: -2.5 (-124)
Total: – Over: 49.5 (-110) | Sub: 49.5 (-110)
Game information: January 16, 2021, 8:15 pm ET / 5:15 am PT | NBC
Sunday NFL Divisional Playoffs
AFC Sunday Game
No. 6 Cleveland (12-5 SU, 7-10 ATS) at No. 1 Kansas City (14-2 SU, 7-9 ATS)
Money line: Cleveland: (+360) | Kansas City: (-500)
Spread: CLE: +9.5 (-108) | KC: -9.5 (-113)
Total: – 55 – More: (-108) | Sub: 55 (-112)
Game information: January 17, 2021, 3:05 pm ET / 12:05 pm PT | CBS
NFC Sunday Game
No. 5 Tampa Bay (12-5 SU, 9-8 ATS) at No. 2 New Orleans (12-4 SU, 9-7 ATS)
Money line: Tampa Bay: (+145) | New Orleans: (-177)
Spread: TB: +3.5 (-121) | NO: -3.5 (+100)
Total: – Over: 51.5 (-110) | Sub: 51.5 (-110)
Game information: January 17, 2021, 6:40 pm ET / 3:40 pm PT | FOX
For those looking to jump into the futures markets, here are the updated odds for the respective league championships and Super Bowl LV.
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS
Kansas City Chiefs -118
Buffalo Bills +275
Baltimore Ravens +350
Cleveland Cafes +1000
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS
Green Bay Packers +120
New Orleans Saints +225
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +400
Los Angeles Rams +700
SUPERBOWL LV ODDS
Kansas City Chiefs +210
Green Bay Packers +375
Buffalo Bills +600
New Orleans Saints +600
Baltimore Ravens +750
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900
Los Angeles Rams +1600
Cleveland Browns +2200
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.