Pick 6: Odds on NFL’s divisional round weekend, Von Miller wins Super Bowl MVP and more – The Denver Post

And then were eight.

The NFL’s postseason kicked off with mostly favorites advancing (sorry, Cowboys fans) in the wild-card round.

The Tennessee Titans, the AFC’s top seed, kick off action Saturday as 3.5-point favorites over the No. 4-seeded Cincinnati Bengals, according to BetMGM. In the other conference matchup, No. 2 Kansas City is a 1.5-point favorite over the No. 3 Bills. The game is expected to be filled with fireworks with an over-under of 54.5 points.

In the NFC, top-seed Green Bay has the biggest edge of the weekend as a 5.5-point favorite over the visiting No. 6 San Francisco 49ers. Defending champion Tampa Bay, the No. 2 seed, is a 3-point favorite over Von Miller and the No. 3 Los Angeles Rams.

Think the underdogs will all cover? A parlay of the four games gives +1,230 odds — meaning a $100 bet would win $1,230. Think all four underdogs will win? That’s a jump to +3,437.

Here’s a look at some current odds in the world of sports.


The point spread for the Kansas City Chiefs, according to BetMGM.


The odds the Packers will win Super Bowl LVI, according to BetMGM. Green Bay is the favorite, ahead of Kansas City (+400), Buffalo (+550) and Tampa Bay (+550).


The odds Rams linebacker Von Miller will be named the Super Bowl LVI MVP, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. He has the 23rd-best odds. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes are tied for first at +450.


The odds the Colorado State Rams men’s basketball team will advance to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament, according to SI Sportsbook.


The odds the Colorado Rockies will win the National League West this season, according to Caesars Sportsbook. They have the fourth-best odds, behind the Dodgers (-160), Padres (+300) and Giants (+400).


The odds Nikola Jokic will be named the NBA’s regular-season most valuable player, according to Fanduel Sportsbook. He has the third-best odds behind Warriors’ Stephen Curry (+155) and Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo (+350).

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