- The Tennessee Titans have -185 odds to beat the Cincinnati Bengals.
- The Kansas City Chiefs are a 2.5-point favorite over the Buffalo Bills.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The AFC Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs is set to kick off with two huge matchups. Kicking off the round on Saturday is a matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Cincinnati Bengals. On Sunday, the round will be closed out by the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills.
Both games are seeing tons of mixed action on legal betting sites which has caused some movement in the odds.
Tennessee Titans Vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Tennessee Titans Vs. Cincinnati Bengals Odds
- Moneyline: Titans (-185) vs. Bengals (+160)
- Spread: Titans -3.5
- Total: 47 Points
The Tennessee Titans and Cincinnati Bengals have expectations of a close game considering the public splits. On the spread, the percentage of bets is split down the middle with both teams taking 50% of the bets. However, sharps are leaning on the Titans to cover a 3.5-point spread with 66% of the betting handle. With the Titans taking heavy action on the handle, their NFL odds on the spread shifted from 3 to 3.5.
As for the moneyline, a different story is being told as the Bengals are taking in the majority of the action on both the percentage of bets and handle. Cincinnati is taking in 63% of total bets on the moneyline as well as 66% of the money.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Buffalo Bills
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Buffalo Bills Odds
- Moneyline: Chiefs (-130) vs. Bills (+110)
- Spread: Chiefs -2.5
- Total: 54.5
Looking at the Chiefs and Bills, while many are expecting a close game, the last few games have been runaways with the last three being decided by more than a touchdown. Getting into the splits on the spread, the Chiefs are seeing slightly more action with 54% of bets placed and 52% of the money being bet.
The moneyline in this one is also seeing action going in the other direction as the Bills have the hot hand with 61% of bets and 52% of the betting handle.
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