NFL Playoff Odds Now Available

It took one of the most exciting Week 17’s in NFL history to decide this year’s playoffs.  All seeds are set and playoff odds are now available. Scroll down for all the matchups for the 1st week of the 2013 NFL playoffs.

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Saturday’s NFL playoff games will be broadcast on NBC.  The Kansas City Chiefs will play at the Indianapolis Colts at 4:35pm ET.  The Colts are 2.5 point favorites.  The total is 46.5.

The late game on NBC is scheduled for 8:10pm ET.  The New Orleans Saints will visit the Philadelphia Eagles.  The Eagles are also 2.5 point favorites.  The total is 54.5.

Sunday starts with the San Diego Chargers at the Cincinnati Bengals.  The start time is 1pm ET.  The Bengals are favored by 7.  The total is 46.  CBS will broadcast this game.

Sunday’s late game features the San Francisco 49ers at the Green Bay Packers.  Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30pm ET on FOX.  The 49ers are favored by 2.5.  The total is 48.5.

The Green Bay Packers find themselves in a rare position of being a home underdog in the playoffs.  This point spread has varied widely, with some books offering the Packers as a slight favorite before action on the 49ers overwhelmed offshore books, forcing a major line movement.

The Seattle Seahawks will host the highest seeded NFC team after the first round of the playoffs on January 11 at 4:35pm ET.  That will be the Saints should they prevail in Philadelphia, otherwise, it will be the winner of the San Francisco/Green Bay game. FOX will broadcast this game.

The New Orleans Saints playoff hopes ended in Seattle after the 2010 season as 10.5 road favorites.  The 7-9 Seattle Seahawks pulled off one of the biggest playoff upsets in recent memory before losing to the Chicago Bears in the next round.

The Carolina Panthers may host the Philadelphia Eagles, or in the case of a Saints upset, the winner of the 49ers/Packers game will head to Charlotte.  That game is scheduled for 1:05 pm ET on January 12.  FOX will broadcast the contest.

The AFC title is up for grabs.  The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots earned a week off while their conference foes fight for playoff position.

New England will play the winner of the Kansas City Chiefs/Indianapolis Colts game, unless the San Diego Chargers are able to pull off an upset in Cincinnati.  The Patriots will host their playoff game on Saturday, January 11, at 8:15pm ET.

The Denver Broncos will host the San Diego Chargers or the winner of Chiefs/Colts contest at 4:40pm ET on Sunday, January 12.  CBS will show this game.


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