NFL Divisional Round Playoff Odds: Spreads, Moneyline, And Totals For Every NFL Playoff Game

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The Wild Card round is complete in the NFL playoffs and it’s on to the Divisional round. Sportsbooks have released odds on all the playoff games coming up this weekend in the NFL. Read on for a look ahead at the odds for every game, including spreads, moneylines, and point totals at legal US sportsbooks.

Analysis will be added as news develops.

NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Odds

NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Best Odds and Betting Breakdown

Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs, 4:30 p.m. ET Saturday

The Jaguars pulled off a dramatic comeback to beat the Chargers at home in the Wild Card round, but it was a turnover-filled first half by quarterback Trevor Lawrence that put them in that deep hole. Jacksonville needs the young play-caller to be a lot more dependable early on here in order to keep the league’s best regular-season offense on the sidelines as much as possible. When these teams played earlier this year, the Jaguars lost 27-17 on the road just before a bye week. After that loss, the Jaguars won seven of their next eight, including their first playoff victory since 2017.

The Chiefs claimed the top seed in the AFC with their 14-3 record, earning them a first-round bye that gave the team some welcome rest last week. Here they’ll get to play at home in Arrowhead Stadium, where they went 7-1 in the regular season and beat the Jaguars in Week 10. Patrick Mahomes leads an explosive offense that led the NFL in total yards per game (413.6) and points (29.2) per game during the regular season.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:15 p.m. ET Saturday

The Giants are coming off a 31-24 road win over the Vikings in the first round of the playoffs, and quarterback Daniel Jones was a big reason why. He went 24-of-35 for 301 yards with two scores in that game, and the Giants defense held Minnesota to just 61 rushing yards en route to the victory. The Giants went 0-2 against the Eagles in the regular season, but managed to at least get within a touchdown in the 22-16 loss on January 8, after being blown out 48-22 in the first meeting a month earlier.

The Eagles were the NFC’s best team during the regular season, and the top seed gave them a bye during the first round. That bought valuable recovery time for quarterback Jalen Hurts, who was fantastic for most of the season but didn’t look quite the same after returning from a shoulder injury. Philadelphia also has one of the best defensive secondaries in the league.

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills, 3 p.m. ET Sunday

The Bengals advanced with a 24-17 win over divisional rival Baltimore in the first round of the playoffs last week. Joe Burrow threw for 209 yards with one score on 32 passing attempts, and ran for another touchdown, but the team had to rely on a couple huge defensive plays to propel them to victory at home. Now they hit the road, where they were 6-3 in the regular season, and they may be without left tackle Jonah Williams, who injured his knee in the second quarter of the game against the Ravens.

The Bills survived a scare at home last week, beating the Miami Dolphins, 34-31, to advance to the next round after coming in as 14-point favorites. Josh Allen threw for 352 yards and three touchdowns, but also had two interceptions. Buffalo will need him to take better care of the ball against a Bengals team that had the sixth-best turnover differential in the regular season.

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers, 6:30 pm ET Sunday

The Cowboys stomped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 31-14, Monday night to advance, but that also leaves them with the shortest week of preparation against a team who played on Saturday last week. Dak Prescott was stellar in the win, throwing for 305 yards with four touchdowns through the air, while adding another on the ground. What’s troubling for Dallas is kicker Brett Maher, who set the wrong kind of NFL record with four missed PAT attempts after being a dependable kicker for most of the regular season.

The 49ers are coming off a dominant 41-23 win over the Seattle Seahawks at home last week, after struggling somewhat in the early going of the game. Quarterback Brock Purdy played a solid game, with 332 yards and three touchdowns passing, plus one rushing score. San Francisco had the league’s best defense and the NFL’s best turnover differential in the regular season, which could be a problem for a Cowboys offense that struggled with turnovers late in the year.