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NFL Playoffs: Divisional Round Online Betting

NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Betting

For sophisticated football fans and gamblers, the NFL Divisional Playoff round is the best of the postseason. The four remaining teams in each conference face each other over two days to determine the NFL’s final four. While the wild card round eliminates teams that have no business being in the playoffs (which reveals its true purpose as TV content sold to the networks), the divisional round gets to the essence of what the NFL Playoffs are all about. The quality level of the Divisional round is noticeably exceptional, making it the best weekend of the football season.

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In the 2023-24 NFL Playoffs, the divisional round was again a thriller. The only bad game was when the Baltimore Ravens wiped out the Houston Texans 34-10. Otherwise, the other three games were highly competitive.

The Detroit Lions beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-23, the San Francisco 49ers beat the Green Bay Packers 24-21, and the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-24.

Results such as that are why even casual football fans never miss the divisional round.

2024-25 NFL Divisionals Playoff Schedule (ET)

Saturday, January 18, 2025

Divisional Round - 4:30 PM TV TBA

Divisional Round - 8:15 PM TV TBA

Sunday, January 19, 2025

Divisional Round - 3:00 PM TV TBA

Divisional Round - 6:30 PM TV TBA

NFL Divisionals Playoffs Results (2000)

2023 Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans 34-10
San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers 24-21
Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-23
Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo Bills 27-24
2022 Kansas City Chiefs Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20
Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants 38-7
Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills 27-10
San Francisco 49ers Dallas Cowboys 19-12
2021 Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo Bills 42-36
Los Angeles Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27
San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers 13-10
Cincinnati Bengals Tennessee Titans 19-16
2020 Green Bay Packers Los Angeles Rams 32-18
Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens 17-3
Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Browns 22-17
Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints 30-20
2019 Tennessee Titans Baltimore Ravens 28-12
Kansas City Chiefs Houston Texans 51-31
Green Bay Packers Seattle Seahawks 28-23
San Francisco 49ers Minnesota Vikings 27-10
2018 Kansas City Chiefs Indianapolis Colts 31-13
New England Patriots Los Angeles Chargers 41-28
New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles 20-14
Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys 30-22
2017 New England Patriots Tennessee Titans 35-14
Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers 45-42
Philadelphia Eagles Atlanta Falcons 15-10
Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints 29-24
2016 New England Patriots Houston Texans 34-16
Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs 18-16
Atlanta Falcons Seattle Seahawks 36-20
Green Bay Packers Dallas Cowboys 34-31
2015 New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs 27-20
Denver Broncos Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16
Carolina Panthers Seattle Seahawks 31-24
Arizona Cardinals Green Bay Packers 26-20
2014 New England Patriots Baltimore Ravens 35-31
Indianapolis Colts Denver Broncos 24-13
Seattle Seahawks Carolina Panthers 31-17
Green Bay Packers Dallas Cowboys 26-21
2013 New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts 43-22
Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers 24-17
Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints 23-15
San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers 23-10
2012 New England Patriots Houston Texans 41-28
Baltimore Ravens Denver Broncos 38-35
San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers 45-31
Atlanta Falcons Seattle Seahawks 30-28
2011 Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans 20-13
New England Patriots Denver Broncos 45-10
San Francisco 49ers New Orleans Saints 36-32
New York Giants Green Bay Packers 37-20
2010 New York Jets New England Patriots 28-21
Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens 31-24
Chicago Bears Seattle Seahawks 35-24
Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons 48-21
2009 New York Jets San Diego Chargers 17-14
Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens 20-3
Minnesota Vikings Dallas Cowboys 34-3
New Orleans Saints Arizona Cardinals 45-14
2008 Pittsburgh Steelers San Diego Chargers 35-24
Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans 13-10
Arizona Cardinals Carolina Panthers 33-13
Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants 23-11
2007 New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars 31-20
San Diego Chargers Indianapolis Colts 28-24
Green Bay Packers Seattle Seahawks 42-20
New York Giants Dallas Cowboys 21-17
2006 Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens 15-6
New England Patriots San Diego Chargers 24-21
Chicago Bears Seattle Seahawks 27-24
New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles 27-24
2005 Denver Broncos New England Patriots 27-13
Pittsburgh Steelers Indianapolis Colts 21-18
Seattle Seahawks Washington Redskins 20-10
Carolina Panthers Chicago Bears 29-21
2004 Pittsburgh Steelers New York Jets 20-17
New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts 20-3
Atlanta Falcons St. Louis Rams 47-17
Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings 27-14
2003 New England Patriots Tennessee Titans 17-14
Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs 38-31
Carolina Panthers St. Louis Rams 29-23
Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers 20-17
2002 Oakland Raiders New York Jets 30-10
Tennessee Titans Pittsburgh Steelers 34-31
Philadelphia Eagles Atlanta Falcons 20-6
Tampa Bay Buccaneers San Francisco 49ers 31-6
2001 New England Patriots Oakland Raiders 16-13
Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens 27-10
Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears 33-19
St. Louis Rams Green Bay Packers 45-17
2000 Oakland Raiders Miami Dolphins 27-0
Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans 24-10
Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints 34-16
New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles 20-10
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The biggest blowout in the modern-day NFL playoffs happened in the Divisional Round of the 1999-00 NFL postseason. Jacksonville demolished Miami 62-7 at home in what ended up being the great Dan Marino’s last game. Marino could only complete 11 of 25 passes for 95 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in the 55-point loss. He was pulled due to injury, and Damon Huard couldn’t do any better by completing 5 of 16 passes for 46 yards. The Dolphins ended the day with just 131 total yards and turned the ball over seven times.

Meanwhile, Jacksonville could do no wrong in the win. Mark Brunell only threw nine passes before giving way to Jay Fielder when the game turned into a rout. The Jaguars had 520 total yards of offense and scored 62 points despite turning the ball over twice on the day.

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