The underdogs slowed down in a few games on Sunday, but for the team, this is still another good weekend.
Going back to the playoffs at the end of the 2017 season, in Saturday’s game, the inferior team defeated their opponents by a score of 14-1. The Ravens and Saints became favorites on Sunday, and the Browns won a shocking victory against the underdogs of the Steelers in the final game of the weekend.
Divisional games are usually more friendly to favorites. However, this is another divisional round. We are used to the second round of all four home teams playing their first playoff games after goodbye. In the expanded playoffs, only the number one seed in each conference can be seen again. That may reduce the home team̵
This is the first game of BetMGM in four divisional games:
Injury reports will be closely watched. Aaron Donald missed most of the Saturday-Saturday field victory due to a rib injury. The catcher Cooper Kupp fell to his knee during the game. Jared Goff will probably be able to play again, but after undergoing surgery on December 28, his thumb progress will be closely monitored.
The Rams do have a good defense, and it is a plus for Jalen Ramsey to face Davante Adams. The Packers have been one of the best teams in the NFL throughout the season, and Aaron Rodgers won the MVP season. Los Angeles may not want to play in Green Bay in January, but early predictions show that the temperature of the game should be below 20 degrees Celsius, which may be the best situation for a warm team to go to Rambo Stadium.
Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills (-2.5)
Both teams performed well in the final stages of the game, having a wonderful matchup during prime time on Saturday night.
Both quarterbacks can beat the defense in the air or on the ground. Josh Allen is more like a passer than Lamar Jackson, who may be the best quarterback in NFL history. But both of them are amazing dual threat players.
The Ravens won their last five regular-season games, scoring at least 27 points each. The Bills won their last six regular-season games, scoring at least 26 points each.
Cleveland Browns of the Kansas City Chiefs (-10)
The most shocking development of the wild card weekend occurred in the first quarter of the final. The Browns set a playoff record in the first quarter, scoring 28 points and leading the Steelers 28-0. Even if the bettors like the weak Brown, they cannot see this coming.
Probably not so easy for the chief. Kansas City has another great season and will be well rested. However, Kansas City has trouble spreading. Although the Chiefs only scored 7-1 in seven consecutive games, they failed to make up for the difference in eight consecutive games.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the New Orleans Saints (-3)
The betting market must believe in an old adage: It is difficult to beat three teams in a season. Because in the first two meetings between these two teams there was no indication that the Saints should be so short-lived.
The Saints defeated the Buccaneers 34-23 in Week 1, and the game was even worse. In Week 9, New Orleans led 31-0 in the first half and won 38-3.
During the wildcard weekend, neither team looked dominant. The Buccaneers struggled to eliminate Taylor Haynick and the Washington football team, and the Saints led the Bears only 7-3 in the third quarter.