The NFL Playoff Divisional Round is in the books, and it was quite the exciting weekend. We did exceptionally well with our NFL picks, nearly going 4-0, but pushing with Minnesota. Many got the Vikings at -4 earlier in the week and got the late cover on a final miracle play of the game from Stefon Diggs.
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NFL Conference Title Games: AFC & NFC Odds At SportsBetting
The AFC is set after the Jaguars upset the Steelers in a high scoring game at Heinz Field on Sunday. They will head to Foxboro, where the Patriots have been dominant in the postseason. New England goes to their 7th straight AFC Championship game after dismantling the Titans at Gillette Stadium on Sunday evening.
The Vikings won dramatically to beat New Orleans. They will head to Lincoln Financial Field to face No. 1 seeded, Philadelphia. The Eagles squeaked out a win over the Falcons by a score of 15-10. The game ended dramatically, with Matt Ryan narrowly missing Julio Jones in the end zone which would have given the Falcons the win.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs New England Patriots – Jan. 21 3:05 EST on CBS
The Patriots opened as a -9.5 favorite, which moved to -9, before coming back to -9.5 at most sportsbooks. Currently, at SportsBetting.ag, New England sits at -9.5 (+100) and Jacksonville +9.5 (-120). So far, bettors have wagering heavily on the Patriots. The total opened at 47 points briefly, but fell has fallen to 46.5 with juice on the under. Over 60 percent of bets so far have come in on the over.
Early Lean: Jacksonville +9.5
Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles – Jan. 21 6:30 EST on NBC
The Vikings opened as a -3.5 favorite, although, -3 is available at one large offshore sportsbook, Bookmaker.eu. However, it is juiced at -125. The rest of the market is sitting at Minnesota -3.5. SportsBetting.ag and BetOnline have currently have the odds at Vikings -3.5 (+100) and Eagles +3.5 (-120). The total opened at 38 points and has not moved off that number so far. Bettors have been split with tickets on both sides of the total.
Early Lean: Vikings +3.5
Super Bowl 2018 Futures Odds
The updated futures at SportsBetting.ag and BetOnline after Divisional Sunday look like this: