NFL Playoffs Odds: Latest Divisional Round Betting Predictions for Weekend Matches

We started the season off with 32 teams, and now the field has been whittled down to eight. We’ve made it to the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, and there will be some great matchups this weekend. As we’re just hours away from the first game, let’s give our late predictions for all four matchups so you can bet against the NFL Playoffs odds.

Last Second Betting Predictions for Divisional Round Games

(4) Cincinnati Bengals @ (1) Tennessee Titans

This game will lead off a weekend full of playoff action. The Bengals come into this one as one of the hottest teams in the league. Joe Burrow and the offense has been putting up huge numbers over the past few weeks.

Ja’Marr Chase has become one of the top receivers in the league, and he’ll be going up against a suspect Tennessee secondary.

As for the Titans, they’ll finally have their full arsenal of offensive weapons together as Derrick Henry makes his long-awaited return. We look for the Titans to give Henry a huge workload to help keep the Cincinnati offense on the sidelines.

While the Bengals will play well enough to win, we think that the Titans will advance to the next round.

(4) Los Angeles Rams @ (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Los Angeles Rams acquired Matthew Stafford for this moment. Sean McVay felt that he was a good quarterback away from having a Super Bowl-winning squad. Stafford has made the Rams offense better, and we’ll see if he can finally get to the Super Bowl. 

Tom Brady is on a quest to win another ring. Even though his offense has been depleted, and he could be missing a key offensive lineman, Brady and the Bucs will still be ready for the Rams. The Bucs have one of, if not the best defensive line in the game, and that will pose a threat for the Rams’ offense.

With all of that being said, we’re leaning towards the Rams in this one. They have a good offense and a defense filled with star power that wants to get to the Super Bowl. The Rams will win a high-scoring affair 34-28, upsetting Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

(6) San Francisco 49ers @ (1) Green Bay Packers

Many experts are saying that this is a worst-case scenario for the Green Bay Packers. The Niners have a great running attack, while the Packers’ run defense is average at best. San Francisco also has a very disciplined defense with a big pass rush that could cause Aaron Rodgers some issues.

It all looks good on paper, but in the end, we think that Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the game today, and he’ll find a way to lead the Packers into the Conference Championship game next weekend.

(3) Buffalo Bills @ (2) Kansas City Chiefs

Everyone is looking forward to this one. You’ve got two of the best quarterbacks in the league squaring off, as the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Buffalo Bills for the second time this season. Buffalo won the first matchup, but a lot of things have changed since then.

Josh Allen and the Buffalo offense played a near-perfect game last weekend in their big victory over the New England Patriots. We’ll see if their defense can play a near-perfect game on Sunday to stop the high-powered Chiefs offense.

This one will be a high-scoring affair, so we’ll see who comes out on top. We think that the Buffalo Bills will win on a late field goal.

 


 

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