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Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates a touchdown with Jordan Love #10 following a second half touchdown as we look at the opening odds for the 2024 NFL Divisional Round
Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates a touchdown with Jordan Love #10 following a second half touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at AT&T Stadium on January 14, 2024 in Arlington, Texas. Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images via AFP.

The NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend is in the books, and eight teams remain in the hunt for the Super Bowl as we look at the NFL Divisional Round odds from our best NFL betting sites.

The Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Philadelphia Eagles were eliminated in their hunt for the Super Bowl in Wild Card Weekend, joining the ranks of the one-and-done.

With the Divisional Round on the horizon, compelling matchups fill the slate. The action gets underway on Saturday when QB C.J. Stroud and the Houston Texans visit the Baltimore Ravens; Stroud became the youngest player to win a playoff game when the Texans toppled the Cleveland Browns in Wild Card Weekend. The day wraps up with the Green Bay Packers visiting the San Francisco 49ers; the Packers became the first seventh seed to post a postseason victory.

On Sunday, the Detroit Lions play a second playoff game for the first time since 1957 when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while Sunday night wraps up with the Kansas City Chiefs visiting the Buffalo Bills as Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes makes his first-ever road playoff start.

Here’s a closer look at all of the NFL Divisional Round odds from our best sports betting apps.  

Best NFL Divisional Round spreads

Odds via BetMGM

GameSpread (Jan. 19)Spread (Jan. 16)Opening Spread (Jan. 15)
Texans vs. RavensRavens -9.5Ravens -9.5OFF
Packers vs. 49ers49ers -9.549ers -1049ers -10
Buccaneers vs. LionsLions -6.5Lions -6OFF
Chiefs vs. BillsBills -2.5Bills -2.5OFF

Only the 49ers versus the Packers was the only game on the docket as of Monday, but we've got the full slate outlined on Tuesday morning.

San Francisco, the NFC's top seed, opened as a double-digit favorite over the Packers, who pulled off an upset on Wild Card Weekend, but they've joined the Ravens at -9.5 as we head into the weekend.

All four home teams are favorites in the Divisional Round, with the Ravens and 49ers giving more than a touchdown to their opponents and the Lions not far behind at -6.5. Only the Chiefs-Bills game opened with a spread of less than a field goal, and that line has held steady throughout the week.

Best NFL Divisional Round moneylines

Odds via Caesars

San Francisco has unsurprisingly opened as a super heavy moneyline favorite, while the Packers are listed as even longer-shot underdogs than they were in Wild Card Weekend against the Cowboys. As the week has gone on, that line has shifted toward Green Bay, but not meaningfully.

The Texans (+345) and Buccaneers (+210) both opened as sizable underdogs, and the Bucs have shifted to +235 ahead of the weekend. Neither has an implied win percentage greater than 30%.

Best NFL Divisional Round Over/Unders

Odds via bet365

GameOver/Under (Jan. 19)Over/Under (Jan. 16)Opening Over/Under (Jan. 15)
Texans vs. Ravens43.5 (-110/-110)45 (-110/-110)OFF
Packers vs. 49ers50.5 (-110/-110)50 (-110/-110)50.5 (-110/-110)
Buccaneers vs. Lions49 (-110/-110)48.5 (-110/-110)OFF
Chiefs vs. Bills45.5 (-110/-110)46.5 (-110/-110)OFF

In a season full of low totals and rock-fight matchups, our first Divisional Round game opens with a projected total of over 50 points. Two of our first four Wild Card Weekend games finished with over 50 points, including the Packers' opening postseason game, which finished at the 80-point benchmark, and only one came short of 40 points. 

The Packers-49ers had dropped from an opening 50.5 to a flat 50 as of Tuesday morning but are back to 50.5 ahead of the weekend. 

The largest move throughout the week were a 1.5-point shift from 45 to 43.5 in the Texans-Ravens game.

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