NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Saturday January 11, 2020

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The NFL Divisional playoffs begin on Saturday January 11th with two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 4:35PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the San Francisco 49ers are home to the Minnesota Vikings. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side San Francisco 49ers favored by -7 points with the over under line of 44 ½ points. San Francisco earned a first round bye in the playoffs by having the best record in the NFC with a mark of 13-3. They could not rest starters in Week 17 as they needed a win to be crowned NFC West champions as they held off the Seattle Seahawks on the road 26-21. 49ers were able to hold off a late rally by the Seahawks inside their five yard line by tackling a wide receiver at the one yard line to force a turnover on downs. 49ers lost two of their final five games with losses at home to the Falcons and at the Ravens by three. Minnesota a sixth seed in the Wildcard round was able to pull out an upset win at the New Orleans Saints 26-20 in overtime. Minnesota put great pressure on the quarterback and got off the field on third down. They also got clutch quarterback play by Kirk Cousins.

On CBS TV at 8:15PM Eastern Time the Baltimore Ravens host the Tennessee Titans. Baltimore is favored by -9 ½ points with the total set at 47 points. Baltimore has the best record in the NFL this season with a mark of 14-2 and come off a bye. Ravens were afforded the opportunity to rest starters in Week 17 yet were still able to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers who were alive for a playoff spot 28-10. They held the Steelers offense to only 168 yards. Tennessee were the sixth seed Wildcard and traveled to New England and came away with the 20-13 win. Titans win despite only 272 yards offensively and 71 passing yards. Derrick Henry led a rushing attack that finished with 201 yards in victory.

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