Oddschecker brings you the latest NFL odds, overview and information over an important week in the NFL.
NFC Conference Final: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers
The NFC Conference Final includes the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who will be taking on the number 1 seed Green Bay Packers on Sunday at 20:05pm, and this promises to be an intriguing tie.
The final will be held at Lambeau field and like last week game against the LA Rams it may possibly snow. The red-hot Buccaneers will be coming into this clash with confidence having beaten divisional rivals New Orleans and will be hoping to continue this form against the Packers.
The Packers will be looking to go one step better than what happened last year after a blowout loss to the San Francisco 49ers. They come into this in good form ahead of this game, with their offence holding the man have deemed this year’s MVP: quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers Odds
The homefield advantage shows, the bookies have installed the Packers as big betting favourites.
The Buccaneers can be backed at 29/20 to cause the home team an upset.
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AFC Conference Final: Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs
The AFC Conference Final will be the later game at 23:40pm on Sunday; it will involve the travelling Buffalo Bills against the AFC number 1 seed the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Bills are coming off a convincing 17-3 win against the Baltimore Ravens. The whole team played very well on both side of the ball, but it is worth noting the dynamic duo of Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs was in full force for last week’s game.
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming into the home game at Arrowhead Stadium with a less convincing 22-17 win against the Cleveland Browns. Chief fans will hold their breath in waiting in the hope the star quarterback Patrick Mahomes passes his concussion protocols for Sundays game, after getting injured in last week’s game.
Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs Odds
Despite the unconvincing win last week, the bookies have installed Andy Reid’s Chiefs as favourites for this game.
If you still hold faith with last year’s Superbowl winners you can back them as short as 8/13.