NFL Divisional Round Betting Odds 2021: Latest Odds & Ends

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It’s time for the NFL postseason to roll on with the Divisional Round of the playoffs set to kickoff in a matter of days.

Ahead of the weekend’s full slate of games, the oddsmakers shared their thoughts on how the action could play out with some prop bets for the upcoming week.

From who will be the standout performers in their individual statistical categories to which conference is favored to take home the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season, there is plenty of action for everyone.

Now, we have a look at the latest trends and data.

What are the oddsmakers saying about this week and future prop bets?

A look at the betting odds and ends for this week’s NFL action can be seen below, via BetOnline.ag.

Wild Card Odds and Ends

Will a Wild Card team make the Super Bowl?

Yes      +110     (11/10)

No         -150     (2/3)

 

Will a Wild Card team win the Super Bowl?

Yes      +250     (5/2)

No         -400     (1/4)

 

How many Wild Card Teams will win during the Divisional Round?

Over     1.5        +120     (6/5)

Under   1.5        -160     (5/8)

 

What will be the biggest point differential in any of the four games during the Divisional Round?

Over/Under                                 19.5

What will be the most points scored by one team during the Divisional Round?

Over/Under                                 39.5

 

Will any game go to Overtime during the Divisional Round?

Yes       +250     (11/4)

No        -400     (2/9)

Will any team score a Defensive or Special Team TD during the Divisional Round?

Yes       -300     (1/3)

No        +200     (2/1)

Will there be a successful onside kick?

Yes       +500     (5/1)

No        -900     (1/9)

Wild Card Weekend Stats

Who will record the most Passing Yards during the Divisional Round?

Patrick Mahomes           9/5

Aaron Rodgers              11/4

Josh Allen                     11/4

Tom Brady                    11/4

Drew Brees                   8/1

Baker Mayfield              9/1

Jared Goff                      12/1

Lamar Jackson             16/1

Who will record the most Receiving Yards during the Divisional Round?

Davante Adams            4/1

Stefon Diggs                  5/1

Michael Thomas            6/1

Jason Kelce                  6/1

Tyreek Hill                     6/1

Chris Godwin                12/1

Mike Evans                   12/1

Cole Beasley                 16/1

Allen Lazard                  18/1

Antonio Brown               20/1

Cooper Kupp                  20/1

Jarvis Landry                20/1

Robert Woods                20/1

Marquise Brown            25/1

Sammy Watkins            25/1

Deonte Harris                33/1

Gabriel Davis                33/1

John Brown                   33/1

Marquez Valdes-Scantling         33/1

Emmanuel Sanders       50/1

Mark Andrews               50/1

Mecole Hardman           50/1

Who will record the most Rushing Yards during the Divisional Round?

Alvin Kamara                 9/2

Cam Akers                    5/1

Lamar Jackson             5/1

Nick Chubb                   5/1

Any Bucs Player            6/1

Aaron Jones                 6/1

Any Chiefs Player          15/2

J.K. Dobbins                 8/1

Devin Singletary            9/1

Kareem Hunt                 12/1

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