NFL Pro Football Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NFL Divisional Round of the playoffs will conclude on Sunday January 11th as there are two playoff games scheduled over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets going on the gridiron at 1PM Eastern Time.

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In the NFC Divisional Round game the Green Bay Packers will be hosting the Dallas Cowboys. Things get going from Green Bay at 1PM Eastern Time and FOX TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Green Bay Packers the -6 point favorite with a total lined at 53 points. The big news in this game surrounds the health of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He has been diagnosed with a slight tear in his calf muscle and he reported to the media that he will play on Sunday. Another concern for the Packers will be their rush defense as the team ranks 23rd in the NFL and will be facing a very good running team in the Cowboys. Dallas showed some grit last week as they were able to come from a 14-0 deficit after one quarter to rally for a 24-20 home win to Detroit. A positive point for Dallas is the fact down three late they didn’t go conservative and play for the tying field goal. Head coach Jason Garrett had confidence in quarterback Tony Romo to make a play in the red zone to win the game.

The final game of the Divisional Round of the playoffs will come from the AFC as the Denver Broncos will host the Indianapolis Colts at 4:40PM Eastern Time on CBS TV. The home side Denver Broncos is a -7 point favorite with a total set at 54 points. At home last week the Indianapolis Colts were able to soundly beat the Cincinnati Bengals 26-10 in the Wildcard game. Recent road loses by 35 at Dallas and 17 at Pittsburgh raises concerns for Colts backers. Denver is fresh off the bye and has an 8-0 home record. Back in Week 1 the Broncos built up a 31-10 fourth quarter lead over the Colts only to see Indianapolis fight back. The Colts cut the margin to seven points and had a drive stall in Broncos territory late in the game that cost the team a tying touchdown.

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