Chiefs vs. Patriots, Packers vs. Cardinals, Seahawks vs. Panthers, and Steelers vs. Broncos are the matchups for the divisional playoff round this weekend in NFL playoffs odds. The game is Saturday night with kickoff at 8:15 ET.
OffshoreInsiders.com contrasts and compares leading and lagging indicators in beating live scores and offshore betting odds. Here is the scrutiny of the passport numbers in the encounter between Green Bay vs. Arizona.
The real-time odds have Arizona -7 and 50. The first odds posted saw -7 but juiced to the favorite at -120 with the same total of 50. Sportsbooks say that 58 percent of spread bets taken have been on the redbirds. Seventy-two percent of totals wagers are on the over. Insofar as the moneyline, 51 percent have laid the big juice on Arizona.
Scrutiny of rushing yards per attempt has the discrepancy prominence in favor of Green Bay by .1. The reign in yards per reception is an asset in favor of Arizona by a significant 3.1. The essential yards per point on offense is retained by Arizona using .7 less.
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On defense, football betting podcast the better yards per rush numbers are owned by Arizona by .6. The numeric results in yards per reception on defense are belonging to Arizona by .5. The better-graded yards per point on defense are associated with Green Bay forcing .9 more. Turnover margin points at an edge for Arizona by .4.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.
Spread trends (all records against the spread): Green Bay 41-18 after allowing more than 350 total yards in their previous game. Arizona 27-12 following a straight up loss of more than 14 points.