NFL Pro Football Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NFL Playoffs continue on Saturday January 10th with the Divisional Round as there are two outstanding games scheduled over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro football bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 4:30PM Eastern Time.

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The AFC Divisional Playoff gets the doubleheader started as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will be home to face Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens. Things get started from New England at 4:30PM Eastern Time and NBC TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New England Patriots the -7 point favorite with a total set at 47 ½ points. The last time the Ravens and Patriots met was during the 2013 regular season where the Patriots pounded Baltimore by a score of 41-7 and covering as a -1 ½ point road favorite. Tom Brady threw for just 172 yards but New England ran the ball effectively for 142 yards. The Patriots were 7-0 at home this season until they dropped a meaningless home game to Buffalo in Week 17. The Ravens backed into the playoffs thanks to the San Diego Chargers loss to Kansas City in Week 17. They went into Pittsburgh in the AFC Wildcard game last week and came away with a 30-17 victory. Despite giving up 387 yards the Baltimore defense buckled down in the red zone and forced three turnovers.

Game 2 will be an NFC Divisional Playoff as the top seed the Seattle Seahawks will be hosting Cam Newton and the red hot Carolina Panthers. They get started from Seattle at 8:15PM Eastern Time and FOX has the broadcast. The home side Seattle Seahawks are the -10 ½ point favorite with a total set at 39 ½ points. These two teams have met once in each of the past three seasons with Seattle winning all three games on the road by five points or less in extremely low scoring games. The Panthers defeated Arizona at home in the NFC Wildcard game last week while Seattle was resting in a bye week. Carolina has won five straight.

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