- There Green Bay Packers are 6-point favorites to win the Divisional Round over the San Francisco 49ers.
- The Packers have +350 odds to win the Super Bowl.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs are through and the Green Bay Packers remain the favorites to win Super Bowl 56 heading into the Divisional Round.
The Packers will take on the San Francisco 49ers in their first playoff game this season and legal betting sites have given them the largest spread of the weekend with 6 points in their favor.
Super Bowl 56 – Odds To Win Odds
- Green Bay Packers +350
- Kansas City Chiefs +400
- Buffalo Bills +525
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
- Los Angeles Rams +800
- Tennessee Titans +900
- San Francisco 49ers +1000
- Cincinnati Bengals +1600
Green Bay Packers Vs. San Francisco 49ers Odds
- Moneyline: Packers (-250) vs. 49ers (+210)
- Spread: Packers -6
- Total: 47.5 Points
The Packers Super Bowl 56 odds remain the favorites after the Wild Card Round being that they not only went into the playoffs with the best record in the league but a first-round bye as well. With that, the Packers opened up the playoffs as the favorite to win the Super Bowl also and will remain the favorite as long as they are in the playoffs.
Can The Packers Take Care Of The 49ers?
The Packers finished the regular season with the second-best record against the spread at 12-5. However, when playing at home this season, they have gone 7-1 ATS and won their games by 13.9 points on average while they covered the spread by 6.4 points. Aside from the Packers one loss against the spread at home, they went undefeated on the moneyline.
The 49ers NFL odds on the spread should not be discredited. San Francisco went a solid 6-3 on the moneyline when playing on the road in the regular season and went 5-4 ATS. They are also coming off of an impressive road playoff win over the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round.
These two met once before in the regular season where the Packers were able to come out on top, however, the 49ers kept things close as they lost by just 2-points in a 30-28 final score.
While the Packers might be too hot for the 49ers to handle on Lambeau Field, 6-points is just too much for a team that has played well on the road.
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