NFL Pro Football Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NFC and AFC Championship are set for Sunday January 24th as there are two outstanding NFL playoff games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The AFC Championship games gets the excitement underway as the Denver Broncos will host the New England Patriots. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New England Patriots the -3 ½ point favorite with the over under line set at 44 ½ points. Those who play on the New England Patriots on the money line will lay -175 odds with the return on the home underdog Denver Broncos at +155 odds on the money line. Denver pulled out a home overtime victory against New England back on November 29th. In that game the Patriots were battling multiple injuries in their wide receiver position. New England opened up the post season with a 27-20 victory at home to the Kansas City Chiefs a week ago. With no help from his running backs it was quarterback Tom Brady leading the Patriots to victory behind 302 yards passing and two touchdown tosses. The Denver Broncos took advantage of a critical fourth quarter turnover by Pittsburgh last week for the 23-16 home victory. Pittsburgh played without impact wide out Antonio Brown.

The NFC Championship Game is set to start at 6:40PM Eastern Time on FOX as the Carolina Panthers will be home to the Arizona Cardinals. The Panthers are favored by -3 points with the total lined at 48 points. Those betting the Carolina Panthers on the money line will lay -170 odds with the return on the road underdog Arizona Cardinals at +150 odds on the money line. The Carolina Panthers stormed out 31-0 at the half against Seattle. Like they have done much this season the Panthers relaxed in the second half and put the game in jeopardy. Seattle scored 24 unanswered second half points but a recovered onside kick late saved Carolina. Arizona needed overtime to get past Green Bay a week ago. The Cardinals allowed the Packers to tie the game by going nearly the length of the field in the closing seconds of regulation.

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