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Here you will find the listing of all the NFL Divisional Playoff lines from 5 Dimes Sportsbook
These include spreads & totals for the NFL Playoffs Divisional round games at 5 Dimes Sportsbook
Three of these 2013-14 NFL Playoffs matchups are rematches of regular season games this year.
2013 NFL Playoffs Lines For Saturday, January 11, 2014
Last Saturday, Drew Brees & the Saints were able to come away with their 1st ever road playoff win. Their reward? A trip to Seattle to face Russell Wilson & Seahawks at “The Clink”. Current Line: Seattle -7.5 (Over/Under 46.5)
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks
Game Time: 4:35pm (EST) ♦ TV Network: FOX
Divisional Playoff Line: Seahawks -8 ♦ Total: 46.5
The New Orleans Saints (12-5, SU, 9-8 ATS) will take on the Seattle Seahawks (13-3 SU, 11-5 ATS) for a chance to advance to the NFC championship. These two teams met back in week 13, in a dominant 34-7 victory by the Seahawks. Heading into the playoffs one would think that the Saints had absolutely no chance of winning in Seattle due to this past regular season matchup and the fact that most assumed that the Saints would not be able to win the type game where they were required to run the ball and play a physical grind-it-out game on the road and in cold weather. However, the Saints proved the critics wrong last Saturday by winning their first playoff road game 26-24 at Philadelphia. However, the Seahawks and their stingy defense are currently 7-1 at home this season, with their only loss coming to Arizona 17-10. Their home field advantage may be the best in the NFL. They seem to fluster teams early and throw a lot of early punches. It will take an even more physical attack and lot of mental toughness to come away with this one. Most think the Saints will not be able to handle what Seattle will dish out this Saturday. Russell Wilson’s Seahawks are now listed as 8 point favorites from most books as of today. However, this NFC divisional playoff line is down from an opening line of 8.5. The total may be the more interesting straight to watch here as 46.5 seems high for most Seattle games, but their last matchup finished with only 41 (league average 48). The Saints are long shots according to the latest odds to win the Superbowl, with a 22 to 1 payout if they win it all this year. Meanwhile Seattle is the current favorite at 3 to 1.
Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots
Game Time: 8:15pm (EST) ♦ TV Network: CBS
Divisional Playoff Odds: Patriots -7 ♦ Over/Under: 51
The AFC South champion Indianapolis Colts (12-5 SU, 10-6-1 ATS) are coming off one of the most improbable comebacks in playoff history. The Colts rallied from a 28 point deficit to defeat Kansas City in the Wildcard round 45-44. Andrew Luck and his island of misfit toys will try to keep this momentum going as they head over to Foxboro, Massachusetts to take on Tom Brady and the playoff-experienced, New England Patriots (12–4 SU, 9-7 ATS). The last meeting between these two teams was in November of the 2012 season. In last seasons week 11, fans watched an exciting offensive show which racked up almost 900 yards of total offense (over 400+ for both offenses). Brady just kept throwing punches and then rookie, Andrew Luck couldn’t keep up. Luck had thrown 3 interceptions in the 59-24 New England victory; and the Patriots were able to levy the “Chuck Strong” wave that had taken the league by storm. But that was a Colts team with no experience in big matchups and was also a much stronger New England team in a lot of ways. As of today, the Colts have won four straight heading into this one and are feeling good about themselves after their epic comeback. However, the Patriots were rolling themselves as they have won five of their last six. Many would say that the Patriots (as the #2 seed) got the better draw in Indianapolis, while Denver drew a more formidable matchup in the Chargers. However, Superbowl teams don’t complain about their draw in the divisional playoff round when getting a first round bye in the NFL playoffs. Most consensus lines for this AFC divisional playoff game have the Patriots listed as 7 point favorites at home against Andrew Luck and the Colts. The total for this game opened at 52.5 and is down to 51. Check out the Colts & the Patriots Superbowl Odds.
NFL Divisional Playoffs Odds For Sunday, January 12, 2013
Last week, Colin Kaepernick & the 49ers (-2.5) reminded everyone why they are the reigning NFC Champions. They head to Carolina as 1 pt. favorites to face Cam Newton & the Panthers
San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers
Game Time: 1:00pm (EST) ♦ TV Network: FOX
Divisional Playoff Line: 49ers -1 ♦ Over/Under: 42
In the Sunday NFC Divisional Playoff game, the San Francisco 48ers (13–4 SU, 10–5-2 ATS) will travel East for their second meeting this season with the Carolina Panthers (12-4 SU, 10-6 ATS). The 49ers (Divisional Round Odds to win the Superbowl: 6 to 1) defeated the Green Bay Packers 23-20 in the Wildcard round in sub-zero temperatures. In the first meeting this season, the 49ers lost to the Panthers 10-9 in one of the more physical games this season and perhaps Colin Kaepernick’s worst performance this season. The 49ers failed to score a point in the 2nd half while Carolina was able to get a go-ahead field goal in the 2nd half. While it wasn’t one of Cam Newton’s best performances either, the difference in this game was a 20 yard TD run by DeAngelo Williams. San Francisco has won seven games in a row heading into this one, while the Panthers have won three games in a row with the week off. Colin Kaepernick and the red hot 49ers, opened at 2.5 point favorites and are now down to -1. The 49ers are the only road favorite of the four divisional playoff lines for this weekend. This line has seen a lot of movement since the end of the Green Bay / San Francisco game.
San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos (-7, 46.5) 4:40 PM EST on CBS
Game Time: 4:40pm (EST) ♦ TV Network: CBS
Current Line: Broncos -9.5 ♦ Over/Under: 54.5
The San Diego Chargers (10-7 SU, 9-7-1 ATS) defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 last Sunday in the biggest upset thus far in the playoffs. They will take on their AFC West rival, in Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (13–3 SU, 10–6 ATS) in what will be their third meeting this season (rubber match). Both matchups this season were fantastic games. Manning and the Broncos won their first meeting 28-20 on the road in sunny San Diego. Phillip Rivers and the Chargers came out victorious 27-20 on the road in Denver just a few weeks ago (in week 15). Many question whether Peyton Manning can win in the cold weather, making his Choice of Denver during his free agency period back in 2010-11 an interesting one. This is Mannings second go-around with the Broncos after losing a tough loss to the Ravens in last year’s Divisional playoff round. While it won’t be freezing cold temperatures in Denver on Sunday, it won’t be warm either, with an expected gametime temperature around 38°. The Chargers have been playing very sound football as of late. And, prior to their first NFL Playoff win in a while win over the Bengals last week, they have stayed off most people’s radar while doing so. San Diego has won their last four games. But, the offensive powerhouse that is, Manning’s Bronco offense has won four out of their last five (with their sole loss being to the Chargers. The oddsmakers opened this AFC Divisional playoff line at Denver -9.5 and it has been bet up to 1 at some books. The betting public loves to put their money in Peyton Manning’s hands, and that is why they are listed as the current favorite to win the AFC. Their current odds to win the AFC Championship are listed at t