NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Ups Sunday January 12, 2020

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The NFL Divisional Playoffs for Sunday January 12th features two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 3PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Kansas City Chiefs favored by -10 points with the over under line of 51 points. These teams met in October with the Houston Texans posting the 31-24 upset road win at Kansas City. Houston was successful moving the football in the win putting up 472 yards with 192 rushing and 280 yards through the air. KC did not have their run game going as they gained 53 yards in defeat. Houston were champions of the AFC South and was forced to host the wildcard game against Buffalo. Texans fell behind 16-0 and rallied to force overtime until they posted the 22-19 victory. Houston did pick up clutch wins late to win the division by beating the Patriots and Colts at home then traveling to Tennessee with the division on the line and winning 24-21. Kansas City the second seed in the AFC comes off the bye week winning six straight. During this span the Chiefs defense has played well allowing 21 or fewer points in all those games.

At 6:40PM Eastern Time on FOX TV it will be the Green Bay Packers at home to the Seattle Seahawks. Green Bay is favored by -4 ½ points with the total set at 47 points. Minnesota the second place team in the NFC North was forced to play the wildcard game on the road to New Orleans. They were up 20-10 in the second half but saw the Saints rally for the 20-20 tie to force overtime. Vikings won the toss and Kirk Cousins made clutch throws to lead the team to the game winning touchdown with the only possession in overtime. San Francisco the top seed in the NFC will come off the bye. The team struggled covering the pass late in the season, but they are getting back injured players on defense in time for the playoffs.

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