Today's Sports News
The NFL betting slate will offer up a pair of marquee matchups on conference championship weekend as the Denver Broncos play host to the New England Patriots in Sunday's early game while the Seattle Seahawks get a visit from the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's late contest.
Four teams have been vanquished and four others will be making their playoff debuts for this season on the weekend as NFL betting action turns its attention to the Divisional Round on Saturday and Sunday with games taking place in Seattle, New England, Carolina, and Denver.
Four games make up the opening weekend of playoff betting action around the National Football League, and the marquee matchup might be taking place on Saturday night as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints head north to take on Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles.
The NFC East title will be on the line on Sunday Night Football this weekend as the Dallas Cowboys play host to the Philadelphia Eagles in a battle on the NFL betting lines to see which team will make the playoffs and which team will miss the postseason altogether.
A pair of 8-6 teams looking to win their respective divisions this season will meet on Sunday Night Football in Week 16 as the Philadelphia Eagles play host to the Chicago Bears in one of the marquee NFL betting matchups for the week ahead.
Winners of three straight games, Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals will be looking to add to Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers' misery and help their own division-title cause in Sunday Night Football betting action this week as the rivals meet in the primetime matchup at Heinz Field.
The Carolina Panthers have won eight games in a row to improve to 9-3 SU (8-4 on the NFL betting lines) on the season, but that winning streak will be in serious jeopardy on Sunday Night Football this weekend as they take on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome.
The New York Giants saw their four-game winning streak come to an end against the Dallas Cowboys over the weekend, but they'll get another shot at a division rival on Sunday Night Football this week as they take on the Washington Redskins.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots ran into one of the hottest teams in the league on Monday night and came up short. This week the Patriots will get another tough opponent in primetime as they take on the Denver Broncos as a possible home underdog on the NFL betting lines.
The Kansas City Chiefs are undefeated and sitting in first place in the AFC West standings heading into Week 11 of the season, but they'll get their toughest test to date on Sunday Night Football as they take on Peyton Manning and the Broncos as NFL betting underdogs in Denver.