The NFL Playoffs 2021 is finally progressing, wrapping the Wild Card round.
We have reached the final stretch after a long season of successful yet chaotic games.
The playoff will soon kick off with expanded Wild Card weekend as the Packers and Chiefs both had a painful goodbye. Both teams are the strong favorites, yet there are other few teams to wager to get more value this week. Indeed, getting ahead is the best way to increase value, as the odds will still change after the current round is done.
There were six games held this past weekend made possible by the expanded NFL’s playoff pool. Now we resume the normalcy of the Divisional round. Now we are having the elite eight while the four underdogs advanced.
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The Super Bowl is unlike any other sporting event. It attracts wafers on the spread line, Moneyline, and total, and also the prop wagering. In the Super Bowl, we must change how we approach our handicapping for different wagers.
The Super Bowl 55 odds show a clear favorite in the NFL Playoff 2021 field: the team that previously won the Lombardi Trophy.
Oddsmakers have the Chiefs marked on their boards as with odds posting of plus-190 or $100 bet to make $190 entering wild-card playoff.
Read the guide here and be updated with the NFL Super Bowl Odds 2021.
Super Bowl 55 Odds
Here are each team’s odds in the NFL 14 team playoff field, winning Super Bowl 55 Tampa Bay Florida in February.
- Chief +200
- Packers +375
- Bills +600
- Saints +600
- Ravens +800
- Buccaneers +900
- Rams +1600
- Browns +2500
This week’s card has turned out to be good in the divisional round in the past year.
Let’s take a look at this week’s latest odds.
Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers 6.5
This is one of the classic playoffs against the top defense in Los Angeles. Will it work this time? Aaron Donald moves with the limitation for his rib injury, which may impact the defense in a huge way. The Packers play outstanding offense before the break, but that break can affect them in the playoff.
The Rams may start with Jared Goff. Goff played well last week against Seattle. The pointer for the Rams will be how well they will run against Green Bay.
Pick: Packers 26, Rams 14
Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills
This playoff is a battle of two-star quarterbacks, Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen, who are outstanding in their position this season. The Ravens will have to pound it as they want to do their best on offense. Currently, they are averaging from 262 rushing yards in their last six-game.
This season will be a close game, but in the end, Allen might make the game a razor-thin close to pulling it out.
Pick: Bills 27, Ravens 26
Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs
Latest Odds: Kansas City Chief-10
Last week, the Browns made an impressive winning at Pittsburgh. The Chiefs are the top players in the AFC. The Cleveland defense finds it quite challenging to slow down Ben Roethlisberger, which means Patrick Mahomes may anticipate victory. There is an expected huge game out of the Chiefs.
The Chiefs may move with a more impressive offensive with a lot like their two playoff wins last year.
Pick: Chiefs 37, Browns 23
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints
Latest Odds: New Orleans -3
The Saints will need to get new tricks to beat the Bucs twice in the regular season. Tom Brady beat up New Orleans in those two wins, sacking him six times and five times picking him off. In November last year, Brady’s defense has been taunted, but he came out alive since then.
The Saints’ defense will be quite a challenge as he is a great football player. Brady and the Saints have been good against the pass the entire season, which will make it more interesting between the two teams.
Pick: Saints 27, Bucs 20
As there are articles written about predicting the playoff structure into Super Bowl weekend, predictions for teams will be huge for the Super Wild Card Weekend, which will be played in the final game of the 2021 NFL Season. The Championship is bound to be a gigantic offseason in the NFL.
As we head deeper into the NFL Season this February, the forecasts for different betting angles and trends help make your weekend future picks.
On the first Sunday of February, the final game of the season will be a wave of thrill, cheers, and high fives as it entices all sports gamblers worldwide.
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