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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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NFL Divisional Playoffs Betting Trends

The Dallas Cowboys are 9-0 SU and 7-2 ATS in their last nine road games as they prepare to face the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field this weekend and we take a look at the NFL betting trends for the Divisional Round of the 2015 playoffs.

Dallas, however, is 0-3 both SU and ATS in its last three games against Green Bay, and the Cowboys are betting underdogs for their NFC Divisional Round matchup on Sunday afternoon. The OVER has gone 13-3 for totals bettors in the last 16 games between the two teams.

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NFL Opening Lines: Divisional Playoffs

The New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens will open up the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs at 4:35pm ET on Saturday afternoon, with Tom Brady and company set as the 7-point home favorites on the opening betting lines for the game at the online sportsbooks.

New England went 12-4 SU and 9-7 ATS during the regular season to earn a first-round bye in the AFC side of the postseason bracket, while Baltimore advanced to Saturday's game at Gillette Stadium by upsetting the rival Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 as a 3-point road underdog at Heinz Field on Wild Card Weekend.

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NFL ATS Results: NFL Wild Card Weekend

The Carolina Panthers finished under .500 during the regular season, but they've now advanced to the second round of the NFL playoffs after beating the Arizona Cardinals and covering the posted spread at the sportsbooks on Wild Card Weekend.

The Panthers got past the Cardinals 27-16 as a 6.5-point home favorite on the NFL odds in the first round of the playoffs, despite Cam Newton throwing for just 198 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in the game. Jonathan Stewart rushed for 123 yards and a score in that Carolina victory.

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Wild Card Weekend: Colts meet Bengals

The Indianapolis Colts will be looking to pick up another easy SU and ATS victory over the Cincinnati Bengals when the two teams meet in Wild Card Weekend betting action at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday.

The Colts blanked the Bengals in their regular-season meeting back on October 19, winning that game 27-0 as a 3-point home favorite on the NFL odds in an UNDER result. Indianapolis won the AFC South at 11-5 SU on the season, while Cincinnati had to settle for a Wild Card berth and a road playoff date with their Week 17 loss to the Steelers.

Supporters of the Cincinnati Bengals have seen them go 10-5-1 and 8-7-1 ATS so far this season, while the Indianapolis Colts are at 11-5 and 10-5-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Colts are 9-7, while the Bengals are 6-10.

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