NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Sunday

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The NFL Championship Games are set for Sunday January 21st with two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 3PM Eastern Time on CBS with the AFC Championship Game as the New England Patriots will host the Jacksonville Jaguars. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New England Patriots favored by -7 points with the total set at 45 ½ points. The news of the week from this game has been the cut on the finger of quarterback Tom Brady. It was stitched up and forced the veteran signal caller to miss practice on Thursday. The question here is can Brady be accurate with deep throws. Short to intermediate routes may not be too impactful. It may be when Brady must use full effort on his throwing hand. Strategy from Jacksonville may be to stack the line and keep coverage tight for the short to intermediate routes and challenge Brady to throw deep. Jacksonville outlasted Pittsburgh on the road in the AFC Divisional playoff last week winning 45-42. It was the second road game in three that the Jaguars allowed over 40 points.

NFC Championship Game will air on FOX TV at 6:40PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia Eagles are home to the Minnesota Vikings. Minnesota is favored by -3 with the total lined at 38 ½ points. Philadelphia faced a good defensive team in Atlanta at home in the divisional round and won 15-10. Eagles defense has held opponents to 10 points or fewer in their past three games. Eagles forced the Falcons to turn the ball over on downs deep in their territory in the closing seconds of the game. Minnesota was on the door of defeat until a miracle 61 yard touchdown pass by Case Keenum on the Saints last week. If not for blown deep coverage by the Saints, it would be Minnesota eliminated from the playoffs. Vikings blew a 17-0 halftime lead with the Vikings defense allowing 24 second half points including the go ahead 43 yard field goal with 25 seconds left.

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