NFL Pro Football Week 17 Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NFL regular season will wrap up on Week 17 on Sunday December 28th with 16 games scheduled to satisfy the interests of pro football bettors worldwide. They meaningful games are plentiful with division titles and wildcard playoffs spots on the line.

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The San Diego Chargers are in a win and in situation for an AFC Wildcard playoff berth as they hit the road to face the Kansas City Chiefs at 1PM Eastern Time on CBS TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Kansas City Chiefs the -1 point favorite with a total of 41 points. Bad news for Kansas City as Alex Smith is out with an injury and Chase Daniel will get the start. For an AFC Wildcard spot the Chiefs must win and have the Ravens and Texans lose.

In a win and in scenario on Sunday at 4:25PM Eastern Time the Atlanta Falcons will host the Carolina Panthers for the NFC South crown on CBS TV. Atlanta is favored by -4 points with a total of 47 ½ points. The winner is the NFC South champion and will host a playoff game next week as the fourth seed. The loser is eliminated from the playoffs.

The Green Bay Packers will seek the NFC North crown and a first round bye in the playoffs as they will be home against the Detroit Lions at 4:25PM Eastern Time on FOX. Green Bay is a -7 ½ point favorite with a total of 47 ½ points. The winner will earn a first round bye in the playoffs while the loser will hit the road next week in the NFC Wildcard round.

A home playoff game and AFC North division crown is on the line on Sunday Night Football as the Pittsburgh Steelers will be the home team facing the Cincinnati Bengals. Pittsburgh is favored by -3 ½ points with a total of 48 points. The loser of this game will have to go on the road in the AFC Wildcard round of the playoffs next week.

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