The NFL playoffs hit the Divisional Round this weekend with doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday.
On Sunday, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play host to Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams. That game is followed by a duel of tom quarterbacks with Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills traveling to Arrowhead to face the Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
As always, you can get in on all the action at BetUs Online Sportsbook. How is the betting going thus far in the markets?
Cincinnati Bengals vs Tennessee Titans
Line: Bengals +3 1/2 Total: 47 1/2
The Wild-Card Bengals face the AFC South champs and top seeds.
The wager count by the spread category favors the Titans by a 57-43% margin.’
However, when it comes to money line the Bengals are attracting 65% of the action.
Shifting to the volume, the Titans are taking 62% while on the money line, the Bengals are at 57%.
This game seems to be trending toward a toss-up.
San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers
Line: 49ers +6 Total: 47
The 49ers are here via a win at Dallas. The weather in Green Bay should be far different than Texas. Jimmy Garoppolo had best be ready for the big chill.
The bettors are warming to the Packers when it comes to wager count and volume by the spread, at almost 70% and 64% in those respective categories.
On the other side, the money line by wager count favors the road team, the 49ers, by a tick. They are more heavily being bet on the money line, taking 54% of the action.
Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Line: Rams +3 Total: 48 1/2
Both teams are coming off impressive Super Wild Card triumphs. The Rams throttled the Arizona Cardinals and the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers handled the Philadelphia Eagles.
Enough with last week, here is what is going on in wagering before this Divisional Round battle.
What immediately catches the eye is the Rams taking better than 91% of the money by volume on the money line. LA also holds a strong edge on the money line at wager count (77%).
When it comes to wager count and volume on the spread the bettors have yet to lean one way. They are both trending around 50%.
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs
Line: Bills +2 Total: 54
The Chiefs are looking for their third straight trip to the Super Bowl, having split their visits over the last two seasons.
The AFC West champs are taking 60% of the wagers when it comes to spread by wager count and volume.
The AFC champion Bills, on the other hand, are getting tremendous play. How about to the tune of better than 70% on both categories?
The Divisional Round games will offer plenty of wagering opportunities this weekend and no matter how you want to play the games, BetUs is the place to go when getting involved.