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Divisional Round: Cowboys meet Packers

After needing a comeback over the weekend to advance to the NFC Divisional Playoffs Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys will be betting underdogs as they take on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon.

The Cowboys were down 17-7 at halftime against the Lions in their Wild Card Weekend matchup, but put up 17 points in the second half to grab the 24-20 SU victory in a game in which the failed to cover as the 6.5-point favorites.

Green Bay, coming into Sunday's game off a bye week, is 3-0 both SU and ATS in its last three games against Dallas, with the teams last meeting in December 2013 when the Packers squeaked out a 37-36 win as road underdogs.

Betting fans of the Green Bay Packers have seen them go 12-4 and 9-6-1 ATS so far this season, while the Dallas Cowboys are at 13-4 and 10-7 ATS. In over under totals betting, the Dallas Cowboys are 9-7-1, while the Green Bay Packers are 11-5.

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Divisional Round: Colts battling Broncos

The Denver Broncos won but didn't cover against the Indianapolis Colts when they met back in September as Peyton Manning gets set to take on his old team once again in an AFC Divisional Playoffs matchup on Sunday afternoon.

The Broncos got past the Colts 31-24 but didn't manage to cover the 8.5-point spread at home when the teams met on September 7 in an OVER result. That was Denver's seventh straight ATS loss against the Colts dating back to 2005.

Indianapolis advanced to the second round of the playoffs with a 26-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals as a 3-point home favorite on the NFL betting lines on Wild Card Weekend. Denver received a bye into the second round.

The Denver Broncos sport a record of 12-4 and 8-8 ATS heading into this betting matchup, while the Indianapolis Colts sit at 12-5 and 11-5-1 ATS on the season. The over under totals records are 10-6 for the Broncos and 9-8 for the Colts.

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NFL Computer Picks: Divisional Playoffs

The Seattle Seahawks are the biggest favorite on the NFL betting lines for the Divisional Round of the playoffs this weekend, but the OddsShark Computer thinks they'll be in tough to squeak out a cover in their Saturday night matchup against the Carolina Panthers.

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Divisional Round: Panthers vs Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are the biggest favorite on the betting lines for the NFL Divisional Playoffs as they prepare to take on the Carolina Panthers at CenturyLink Field on Saturday night.

The Seahawks, however, failed to cover the spread in their game against the Panthers during the regular season, topping Carolina 13-9 on the road as a 6-point favorite in that easy UNDER result for totals bettors at the online sportsbooks.

Seattle received a bye into the second round of the payoffs, while Carolina advanced to Saturday's game by topping the Arizona Cardinals 27-16 and covering a 6.5-point spread at home on Wild Card Weekend.

Seattle bring a 12-4 record (10-6 ATS) to the Divisional Playoff betting matchup against the 8-8-1 Carolina Panthers, who are 9-8 ATS against the spread. Over under betting has seen Seattle go 8-8 so far and the Panthers go 9-8.

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Baltimore vs Patriots Prop Betting Odds

Joe Flacco has been one of the best playoff performers and he faces one of the kings of January football in Tom Brady.

In the New England Patriots vs Baltimore Ravens props posted this week Brady's over-under for passing yards is slightly higher (295.5 yards to 275.5 yards).

It's one of a dozen or more fun game props available for betting (along with live in-game wagering for more profit potential).

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Divisional Round: Patriots host Ravens

The New England Patriots are 7-3 SU but just 5-4-1 ATS on the NFL betting lines in their last 10 games against the Baltimore Ravens as those teams prepare to meet at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon in an AFC Divisional Playoffs matchup.

New England thumped Baltimore 41-7 as a 1-point road favorite in the most recent meeting between the teams in December 2013, but the Ravens have managed to go 3-2-1 ATS in their last six matchups since 2010.

Baltimore advanced to the second round of the playoffs with a 30-17 upset win over the Pittsburgh Steelers as 3-point road underdogs in their Wild Card matchup over the weekend. New England received a first-round bye.

The Baltimore Ravens will look to cover ATS vs their hosts on Saturday, as they are 9-8 ATS versus the spread this season, while the New England Patriots are 9-7 ATS. Baltimore is 7-9-1 against the over under total, while New England is 9-7 versus the number.

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NFL Betting: Divisional Playoffs Props

The NFC champion is already favored to win the Super Bowl, two weeks before we even know which teams will be playing.

NFL divisional weekend props were posted this week at Bovada and the NFC rep is favored by two points over the AFC champ.

Of course, before we get to the Super Bowl props there are plenty of fun wagers this weekend, including which player will have the most passing yards (Andrew Luck is favored) and which player will have the most rushing yards (DeMarco Murray is favored).

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Divisional Playoffs Line Moves Roundup

The betting lines for the four matchups of the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs have remained fairly steady this week, with each of the games currently sitting within a half point of their opening position.

For Saturday's games the New England Patriots opened at -7 at home against the Baltimore Ravens and the Seattle Seahawks opened at -11 at home against the Carolina Panthers at the online sportsbooks.

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Top Seed Trend: Seattle in ATS Trouble?

NFL bettors looking to profit by betting on the NFC’s top seed might want to look for another place to invest their money. That is, if history repeats itself in these NFL playoffs.

Seattle is the No. 1 seed in the NFC, just like they were a year ago.

However, the Seahawks are staring at a big 11-point spread against the upstart Carolina Panthers on Saturday night and are also staring at a 1-7 ATS streak by top seeds in the past eight NFC divisional playoff weekends.

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Super Bowl Odds: Who Won't Win Game

So you’re a jaded Eagles fan who hates the Cowboys and would like nothing better than to bet on Dallas to fail in the playoffs.

On you’re a Patriots hater who would like nothing more than to see Tom Brady lose and if you can profit from that loss, even better.

Well, cynics and haters have a place to make these wagers thanks to some Super Bowl props posted today at online sportsbook Bovada.

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