The playoffs reach the divisional stage this weekend, and that means plenty of chances to lay down NFL action.
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NFL playoffs betting: Full divisional weekend schedule ahead
The NFL returns to its normal playoff schedule this week with a pair of games on Saturday and Sunday.
Four teams remain alive in the AFC and NFC, respectively. Bids to the conference championships are up for grabs this weekend.
Here’s the full schedule and latest BetMGM odds for the four games, as of Wednesday afternoon.
- 4:30 p.m. on CBS: Cincinnati Bengals (+150) at Tennessee Titans (-175)
- 8:15 p.m. on FOX: San Francisco 49ers (+195) at Green Bay Packers (-250)
- 3 p.m. on NBC: Los Angeles Rams (+125) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-150)
- 6:30 p.m. on CBS: Buffalo Bills (+105) at Kansas City Chiefs (-125)
Stafford vs. Brady highlights weekend
The state of Michigan will have a lot of interest in Sunday’s 3 p.m. game between the Rams and Bucs.
That matchup features Michigan alum Tom Brady up against former Detroit Lion, Matthew Stafford.
Though Stafford is getting sentimental support from Lions fans, a Rams’ loss would give the Lions better NFL Draft stock. The Lions own the Rams’ first-round draft pick this year as part of the Stafford trade last offseason.
BetMGM was listing the Bucs as a 3-point home favorite against the Rams. The over/under is currently listed at 48.5 points.
The Bucs are coming off a 31-15 win against the Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday. Brady threw for 271 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Brady certainly has the experience edge in the matchup. The seven-time Super Bowl winner has 35 postseason wins in his career to Stafford’s one.
Stafford and the Rams did earn a 34-24 win over Brady and the Bucs in Los Angeles back on Sept. 26 of this season.