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NFL Playoff Odds, Picks, Predictions: Your Divisional Round Betting Guide For Rams-Bucs, Bills-Chiefs On Sunday

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Getty Images. Pictured: Rams QB Matthew Stafford, Bucs QB Tom Brady, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, Bills QB Josh Allen

  • Betting on Sunday's Divisional Round games? Our experts are here to help you bet on both 2022 NFL playoff showdowns.
  • Find their predictions, betting tips and top plays in their previews for Bucs-Rams and Chiefs-Bills below.

NFL Playoff Odds

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Matchup Spread Total Time (ET)
Rams-Bucs TB -2.5 48 3 p.m.
Bills-Chiefs KC -1 54 6:30 p.m.
Odds via DraftKings. Find real-time NFL odds here.


Rams vs. Bucs Picks

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Bucs To Cover Spread
Full-Game Under
First-Half Under
Tyler Higbee Over 42.5 Rec Yards
Tom Brady Under 294.5 Pass Yards

Bills vs. Chiefs Picks

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Chiefs To Cover Spread
Bills To Cover Spread
Bills ATL Spread
Over
Travis Kelce Under 70.5 Rec Yards
Mecole Hardman Under 30.5 Rec Yards
Byron Pringle Over 32.5 Receiving Yards
Devin Singletary Under 15.5 Rush Attempts

More NFL Betting Predictions

One Expert’s Biggest Betting Edges: Our Director of Analytics compared his projections to the odds in order to find the biggest edges on spreads and totals. » The two bets he’s making as a result

Touchdown Props: In search of value on first and/or anytime touchdown props? Our Director of Predictive Analytics calculated edges based on his projections. » His projections for both Sunday games

Same-Game Parlays: While we advise betting on SGPs with caution, we still enjoy the thrill of these longshot bets. » Our SGP Builds For Rams-Bucs and Bills-Chiefs


How To Bet On the NFL Playoffs

If you’re new to betting, the first thing you need to know is that there’s a favorite and an underdog in every matchup. You can bet on either team to win outright by betting on the moneyline — or you can bet on either to “cover” by betting on the spread.

We’ve outlined relevant definitions below, but you can find more information in our Sports Betting Education 101 series.

  • How do you tell which team is the favorite? The favorite is expected to win. They’ll have a minus sign (“-“) next to their odds.
  • How do you tell which team is the underdog? The underdog is expected to lose. They’ll have a plus sign (“+”) next to their odds.
  • What is a moneyline? A bet based solely on which team will win the game.
  • What is a point spread? A bet on the margin of victory.

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