NFL Divisional Round Betting Lines and a Breakdown of the Public Money on Each Game

Check out the latest betting lines and where the public is putting their money
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CINCINNATI — There are plenty of great matchups this weekend in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. 

The Saints host the Buccaneers and the surprise Browns travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs. Aaron Rodgers' Packers host the Rams and the Bills welcome Lamar Jackson and the Ravens to Buffalo. 

Plenty of wagers have been placed on the four games. Check out the odds and which team the public favors below. 

All odds courtesy of BetOnline

Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers

Los Angeles Rams +6½ (26% of public is on LA)

Green Bay Packers -6½ (74% of public is on Green Bay)

Over/Under: 46½ (68% of public is on the under)

Note: The line opened at Green Bay -6½ and a total of 47.

Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills

Baltimore Ravens +2½ (45% of public is on Baltimore)

Buffalo Bills -2½ (55% of public is on Buffalo)

Over/Under: 49½ (55% of public is on the over)

Note: The line opened at Buffalo -2½ and a total of 50½.

Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs

Cleveland Browns +10 (49% of public is on Cleveland)

Kansas City Chiefs -10 (51% of public is on Kansas City)

Over/Under:  57½ (90% of public is on the over)

Note: The line opened at Kansas City -8 and a total of 54½.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3 (52% of public is on Tampa Bay)

New Orleans Saints -3 (48% of public is on New Orleans)

Over/Under:  52 (50% of public is on each side)

Note: The line opened at New Orleans -4 and a total of 52.

Check out my picks for each game here.


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