NFL Playoffs Lines & Betting Predictions Divisional Round Winner Picks

NFL Playoffs Lines & Betting Predictions: Divisional Round Winner Picks

The Super Wildcard Round has finally been completed, and NFL fans are already looking ahead to the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. Which teams will come out on top and walk away as winners this week? NFL fans can bet these winners on Mybookie as we take a look at the surefire winners in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. Let’s get right to it so you can bet on the NFL Playoffs Odds.

Who Are the Sure Winners in the Divisional Round of NFL Action?

Jacksonville Jaguars vs Kansas City Chiefs (-9)

The Kansas City Chiefs earned the number one overall seed in a stacked AFC playoff picture, and Andy Reid’s squad makes the list as sure winners headed into the bye week. Not only has Kansas City dominated the league with 14 wins, but they also are playing their best football, winning five straight contests. 

Kansas City boasts the league’s best offense with Patrick Mahomes, the likely NFL MVP, under center. Mahomes leads the league in passing TDs (51) and passing yards (5,250), while leading the offense to a league-best 29.2 points per game. The offense is loaded with playmakers, and the defense does enough to keep the offense out front. 

While Doug Pederson and the Jacksonville Jaguars have put together a Cinderella story to make it to the divisional round of the playoffs, they are far and away the worst team in the playoffs. The offense is young and inexperienced, and the defense poses too many holes for Mahomes to exploit. Expect a blowout at Arrowhead Stadium, with the Chiefs walking away as winners. 

Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers (-3.5) 

While the Dallas Cowboys took care of business against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night, they won’t get the job done against the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco will walk away as winners on Sunday at Levi Stadium. Kyle Shanahan has this 49er team clicking on all cylinders, and it will be a long day for Dak Prescott and Mike McCarthey. 

With Brock Purdy under center, the 49er offensive unit is averaging 34.6 points per game. In the rookie’s playoff debut, he led the 49ers with three passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown. Don’t forget, San Francisco’s defensive unit has been the best in the league surrendering a league-best 300.6 yards per game and 16.3 points per contest. 

Before their matchup, the Cowboys had dropped eight straight road playoff games. Dak Prescott is a turnover machine, and the Dallas defense will struggle to cover Kyle Shanahan’s offensive tricks. San Francisco is the better all-around team, and they will walk away winners on Sunday.

New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles (-7)

The Philadelphia Eagles will walk away as winners this weekend when they play the New York Giants in the divisional round. Not only are the Eagles the most well-rounded squad in the NFC, but they have already pummeled the Giants twice this year, outscoring New York 70-38. 

Philadelphia boasts one of the most lethal offensive attacks, as Jalen Hurts can hurt opposing teams with both his arm and his legs, while the Eagles’ rushing attack averaged an outstanding 147.6 yards on the ground. Defense wins championships, and Philly was a monster this year with 17 interceptions and 27 total takeaways on the year. 

Brian Daboll and the Giants have definitely improved this year, but this team is not ready to handle this juggernaut of an Eagles team. The Eagles are 7-2 this year at Lincoln Financial Field, and they are primed to advance to the Championship Round of the playoffs. 


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