Updated NFL Odds For Divisional Round Playoffs: Rams Are Underdogs vs. Bucs, Spreads For Bills-Chiefs and Every Game
Getty Images. Pictured: Bengals QB Joe Burrow, Titans RB Derrick Henry, Bills QB Josh Allen
- The NFL Divisional Round has arrived with four enticing matchups for bettors.
- Check out the updated odds as of Tuesday night for each game below.
And the Divisional Round of the 2022 NFL playoffs is officially set.
The Rams’ dominant win over the Cardinals in the final wild-card game locks Matthew Stafford and Co. into a second-round showdown with Tom Brady and the Bucs, while the Packers will host the 49ers in the other NFC matchup. And in the AFC, the Bengals will travel to Tennessee to kick the weekend off against the Titans, then the Bills and Chiefs will close it out at Arrowhead.
Find odds for every matchup listed in order of kickoff below.
2022 NFL Playoff Odds
#4 Bengals at #1 Titans
- Spread: Titans -3.5
- Total: 47
#6 49ers at #1 Packers
- Spread: Packers -5.5
- Total: 47.5
#4 Rams at #2 Bucs
- Spread: Bucs -3
- Total: 48.5
#3 Bills at #2 Chiefs
- Spread: Chiefs -2.5
- Total: 54.5
Note: All odds via FanDuel. Check real-time NFL odds here.
2022 NFL Playoff Schedule
|(4) Bengals at (1) Titans||Saturday||4:35 p.m. ET|
|(6) 49ers at (1) Packers||Saturday||8:15 p.m. ET|
|Rams-Cardinals Winner at (2) Bucs||Sunday||3:05 p.m. ET|
|(3) Bills at (2) Chiefs||Sunday||6:40 p.m. ET|
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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