The NFL Divisional Round of the playoffs conclude on Sunday with teams games scheduled to the delight of pro football bettors worldwide.
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It now begins at 4:40PM Eastern Time on FOX as the Dallas Cowboys host the Green Bay Packers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Dallas favored by -4 ½ points with over under odds lined at 52 points. This is rematch of a regular season matchup between these two teams back on October 16th with Dallas posting the 30-16 road victory as a +5 point underdog. The Cowboys will be rested and coming off a bye week as the number one seed in the NFC. The Packers defensive line will face an extreme test facing the good offensive line of the Cowboys who will be fresh coming off a week of rest. A key injury for Green Bay is they are without main target in the passing game Jordy Nelson who has broken ribs. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot will both be making their playoff debut. Green Bay is a hot team winners of seven straight after their wildcard victory at home to the New York Giants.
There has been a time change as the kickoff is now 8:20PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the Kansas City Chiefs will be the home team facing the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kansas City is favored by -1 ½ points with a total set at 44 ½ points. The game moves from 1PM Eastern Time as bad weather forces at time change in this playoff game. Kansas City will be coming off a bye week as the number two seed in the AFC. The Chiefs force turnovers and don’t commit any. In their meeting back on October 2nd it was Pittsburgh with the 40-14 home victory against the Chiefs as they gained 436 yards in the win. The Steelers ran their win streak to eight straight after their 30-12 home victory to Miami in the AFC Wildcard playoff game last week. Kansas City has the 26th ranked rushing defense in the NFL as they allow 121 yards per game on the ground.