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NFL Divisional Betting Props Galore

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Jan/09/2009

The road to Super Bowl XLIII continues with the Divisional round of the NFL Playoffs this weekend, and betED.com has plenty of betting props for all four tilts, as well as first-half lines and NFL Futures.

It gets started Saturday afternoon when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Tennessee Titans in an AFC playoff matchup at LP Field (4:30 pm ET, CBS).

Tennessee is a 3-point favorite in betED.com NFL Divisional Playoff Betting Odds The over/under is currently 35.

betED.com also has lots of great prop bets for the game, including which team wins the coin toss (both teams at -105), to which team's offense crosses the 50-yard line first (Baltimore +100; Tennessee -140).

In NFL Futures, the Titans are at +450 to win the Super Bowl while the Ravens are +700.

Next up is the Arizona Cardinals battling the Carolina Panthers in Carolina (8:15 pm ET, FOX).

Carolina is a 10-point favorite at betED.com, and the over/under is 48.5. The Panthers are at +475 and the Cardinals at +2500 to win the Super Bowl.

On Sunday, NFC East rivals Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants meet in a NFC Divisional playoff game on Sunday at Giants Stadium (1 pm ET, FOX).

The Giants are 4-point favorites to beat the Eagles. The over/under is 40.5.

BetED.com has the defending Super Bowl-champion Giants as favorites to win it all again this season, at +225 odds. The Eagles are at +750.

And the final Divisional matchup has the San Diego Chargers facing the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh on Sunday (4:45 pm ET, CBS).

Pittsburgh is a 6-point favorite, with the over/under at 38.

The Steelers are at +400 - right behind the Giants - to win Super Bowl XLIII while the Chargers are at +775.

Bet the NFL Playoffs at betED.com.

 

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