NFL Divisional Round Betting Info: Kickoff Times, TV Schedule and Spreads

NFL Divisional Round Betting Info: Kickoff Times, TV Schedule and Spreads

Each conference now has four teams remaining, and we’ll see some great action in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. While the AFC Playoffs held true to form, we had a big upset in the NFC.

We’ll see some great quarterback play this weekend, as we could potentially see six future hall-of-famers take the field in this round. This should be a weekend full of great action.

Let’s take a look at the game schedule and the NFL Playoffs odds for each game, along with a brief analysis. Enjoy the football action this weekend!

NFL Divisional Round Kickoff Times, TV Info, Betting Spreads

(4) Cincinnati Bengals @ (1) Tennessee Titans (-3.5) – 4:30 PM ET, CBS

For the first time in 31 years, the Cincinnati Bengals have won a playoff game. Their prize for winning, a date with the top-seeded Tennessee Titans. Tennessee is the most physical team left in the playoffs, and they’ll be getting Derrick Henry back for the first time since October.

Cincinnati will rely on its passing game against a Tennessee secondary that is suspect at best. The Bengals have a lot of momentum heading into this one, as they finished off the regular season and their playoff game playing very well.

(6) San Francisco 49ers @ (1) Green Bay Packers (-4.5) – 8:15 PM ET, Fox

Aaron Rodgers is looking to get the Packers back to the Super Bowl. As his career winds down, Rodgers realizes that this may be his last chance at making it back to the big game. This will be a tough matchup for the Packers.

San Francisco has a very good running game, while the Packers defense struggles to stop the run. San Francisco also has a very good defense that will put pressure on Rodgers and will be able to slow down the Green Bay passing attack.

(4)Los Angeles Rams @ (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3) – 3:00 PM ET, NBC

This one will be fun to watch, as two great quarterbacks will be on the field. The Rams showed how versatile their offense can be in their big win over the Arizona Cardinals. With a strong running game setting up their passing game, the Rams’ offense looked like it could take them a long way.

We can’t forget who the Rams will see on the other side of the field; as one of the greatest winners in league history, Tom Brady will lead the Buccaneers. They have a very good defense, but their offense has been hurt by injuries and the Antonio Brown debacle.

(3) Buffalo Bills @ (2) Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5) – 6:30 PM ET, CBS

This one could be the game of the playoffs, as Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills head to Kansas City to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Both offenses have proven that they can score points in bunches, but this one will come down to which defense can make a stop at a crucial time.

Buffalo won the first matchup big, but this is a different Kansas City team that they’ll see on Sunday. 

 
 

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