NFL Sunday 2015 Divisional Playoffs Betting Odds and Advice
Packers vs Cowboy: Expect fireworks at Lambeau Field
A calf injury has never received as much attention than the one Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers is dealing with. Now described as a partial tear, Rodgers not being 100% has led the SportsBetting.ag bookmakers to shave a point and half off the spread price posted on the Packers vs Cowboys contest. The good news for Cheesehead fans is that the injury is to Rodgers “non-plant” leg so passing shouldn’t be an issue – the bad news is it will restrict his sneaky running game somewhat. The Packers medical staff has had two weeks to tend to the injury but Dallas gets a bit of a break here - though that’s nothing new recently. We fully expect that Cowboys QB Tony Romo and Rodgers will light up the frozen tundra in Green Bay on Sunday.
Colts vs Broncos: Manning and Luck clash in Mile High country
Andrew Luck vs Peyton Manning Act 3 is set to play out at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Colorado to close out the Divisional Playoff action. Luck got the better of Manning at home in a 39-33 win back in Week 7 last year while Manning evened things up with a 31-24 victory when the Broncos hosted the Colts during Week One this season. Manning hasn’t looked very impressive since about Week 13 but three keys slightly favor the Broncos. Denver is playing solid defense, they are more diverse on offense with the emergence of RB C.J. Anderson, and they are playing in their own yard. We fully expect another track-meet style contest here but feel the Broncos have more horsepower and they’ll come out on top in a close battle in the Rocks.
Divisional Playoff Sunday Parlay: Drama will be abundant today. After all four teams score their fair share of points – a field goal deciding either or both of these games would not surprise us. We will back the Cowboys and Colts with the points and a 200 unit parlay selection at the SportsBetting.ag online sportsbook.
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