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Playoff Odds for Browns, Cardinals, Colts, Raiders, Dolphins and Vikings

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Dec/02/2020

As we hit the home stretch of the NFL season, the playoff contenders are separating from the pretenders.  Sports Betting Colorado is state-licensed with wagering available here for Colorado residents ONLY.  All others may visit here.


But there a few teams teetering on the fringe of that 14-team, expanded playoff field. Below, are the updated postseason odds and probabilities for the Cardinals, Browns, Colts, Raiders, Dolphins and Vikings.

Arizona Cardinals
Make Playoffs: Yes -125, No -105
(Odds imply a 55.6% probability team will make playoffs)

Cleveland Browns
Make Playoffs: Yes -350, No +250
(Odds imply a 77.8% probability team will make playoffs)

Indianapolis Colts
Make Playoffs: Yes -150, No +120
(Odds imply a 60.0% probability team will make playoffs)

Las Vegas Raiders
Make Playoffs: Yes +130, No -160
(Odds imply a 61.5% probability team won't make playoffs)

Miami Dolphins
Make Playoffs: Yes -150, No +120
(Odds imply a 60.0% probability team will make playoffs)

Minnesota Vikings
Make Playoffs: Yes +250, No -350
(Odds imply a 77.8% probability team won't make playoffs)

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