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NFL Divisional Round Odds: Opening Spreads, Moneylines, & Totals For Every Playoff Game

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Matchups for the divisional round of the NFL playoffs are almost set, and top football sportsbooks have released odds on every possible scenario. These odds will be updated as the last two games of the wild card round finish up and this weekend’s playoff games are finalized.

Currently, the only matchup to be officially set is the San Francisco 49ers (-9.5) at home against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday. In other NFC action, the Detroit Lions will play the winner of Monday night’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3) at Philadelphia Eagles game.

In the AFC, the Buffalo Bills (-10) host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday afternoon. The Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, and top seed Baltimore Ravens all await the result of the game to find out who they will play next.

Below are the latest odds on every potential matchup in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. The will be updated as matchups are finalized.

NFL divisional round current odds and lines

NFL divisional round point spreads

  • Packers (+9.5) at 49ers (-9.5)
  • Texans (+8.5) at Ravens (-8.5)
  • Texans (+6) at Chiefs (-6)
  • Buccaneers (+6) at Lions (-6)
  • Eagles (+2.5) at Lions (-2.5)
  • Chiefs (+3) at Bills (-3)
  • Steelers (+10) at Ravens (-10)

NFL divisional round moneyline odds

  • Packers (+350) at 49ers (-450)
  • Texans (+295) at Ravens (-370)
  • Texans (+210) at Chiefs (-255)
  • Buccaneers (+225) at Lions (-275)
  • Eagles (+120) at Lions (-142)
  • Chiefs (+128) at Bills (-152)
  • Steelers (+420) at Ravens (-560)

NFL divisional round over/under lines

  • Packers at 49ers (50.5)
  • Texans at Ravens (45.5)
  • Texans at Chiefs (45.5)
  • Buccaneers at Lions (46.5)
  • Eagles at Lions (50.5)
  • Chiefs at Bills (45.5)
  • Steelers at Ravens (39.5)

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NFL divisional round best odds and betting breakdowns

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers

Spread: Packers +9.5, 49ers -9.5

Moneyline: Packers +350, 49ers -450

The Green Bay Packers pulled off a major upset on Sunday, beating the Dallas Cowboys 48-32 on the road to advance out of the wild card round. The Packers became the first team to defeat the Cowboys at home this season, with QB Jordan Love throwing for 272 yards with three TDs. CB Jaire Alexander aggravated an existing ankle injury in the win and is questionable for this game. LB Kingsley Enagbare is thought to have suffered a torn ACL and is doubtful. Green Bay is 4-5 on the road this season.

The San Francisco 49ers had a bye through the wild card round as the top team in the NFC. RB Christian McCaffrey is dealing with a calf issue that has him listed as questionable, but he’s expected to play. TE George Kittle is also questionable with a back injury. San Francisco was 5-3 at home this season, but did not play the Packers this season.

Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens

Spread: Texans +8.5, Ravens -8.5

Moneyline: Texans +295, Ravens -370

The Houston Texans advanced with a blowout win over the Cleveland Browns on Saturday. QB CJ Stroud threw for 274 yards with three TDs in the win. LB Denzel Perryman left the game with a rib injury but it isn’t expected to keep him out of the divisional round game. Houston met the Ravens in Week 1 and lost 25-9 on the road.

The Baltimore Ravens had a bye in the wild card round as the top seed in the AFC. WR Zay Flowers is questionable for this game with a calf injury. RG Kevin Zeitler is also questionable with a knee injury. The Ravens went 6-3 at home in the regular season, but one of those came in a meaningless game at the end of the regular season in which the team opted to rest many of its starters.

Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs

Spread: Texans +6, Chiefs -6

Moneyline: Texans +210, Chiefs -225

The Houston Texans won the AFC South, but had a much better record at home than on the road this season. As the visitors, Houston went 4-4. The Texans did not face Kansas City during the regular season.

The Kansas City Chiefs advanced with a 26-7 win at home over the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round. QB Patrick Mahomes threw for one TD and finished with 262 yards through the air in the victory. Kansas City didn’t allow a single sack in the game. The Chiefs are 5-4 at home, making it the rare season when the team was better on the road than at home.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions

Spread: Buccaneers +6, Lions -6

Moneyline: Buccaneers +225, Lions -275

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers face the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night in the final game of the wild card round. The team won the NFC South with QB Baker Mayfield leading the offense. Tampa Bay was slightly better on the road than at home during the regular season, finishing with a 5-4 mark as visitors.

The Detroit Lions advanced out of the wild card round with a 24-23 home win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night. QB Jared Goff threw for 277 yards with one TD, and running backs David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs each added a score on the ground. The Lions defeated the Buccaneers 20-6 on the road in Week 6, and are 6-2 at home this season.

Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions

Spread: Eagles +2.5, Lions -2.5

Moneyline: Eagles +128, Lions -152

The Philadelphia Eagles face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road on Sunday night. The Eagles finished the season on a down note, losing six of the last seven while leading the NFC East lead slip away. Philadelphia is 5-4 on the road this season, and did not face the Lions.

The Detroit Lions won their first playoff game since 1991 with Sunday’s win over the Los Angeles Rams. Detroit was 12-5 during the regular season and has not lost a home game since Week 12.

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

Spread: Chiefs +2.5, Bills -2.5

Moneyline: Chiefs +122, Bills -144

The Kansas City Chiefs will have the location of their divisional round game determined by Monday’s results. A win for Buffalo puts Kansas City on the road, while a Bills loss would mean the Chiefs get to retain home-field advantage for another week. The Chiefs suffered a 20-17 loss at home to Buffalo in Week 14.

The Buffalo Bills will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday after the game was delayed due to extreme weather. Buffalo went 7-2 at home during the regular season, and finished the season with five straight victories to clinch the AFC East title.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

Spread: Steelers +10, Ravens -10

Moneyline: Steelers +420, Ravens -560

The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to face the Buffalo Bills in Monday’s wild card round game. The team was 5-3 on the road during the regular season, and squeaked into the playoffs with a road win over the Ravens in the final regular season game. QB Mason Rudolph threw for 152 yards with one TD in that victory.

The Baltimore Ravens will have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs as the top seed in the AFC. Baltimore’s loss to Pittsburgh in Week 18 came in a game that was pivotal for the Steelers, but essentially meaningless for Baltimore. Accordingly, the Ravens opted to rest starters like QB Lamar Jackson, who finished the regular season as the overwhelming favorite to win the NFL MVP award.

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