Favorites NFL Playoff games second round schedule: Here are the favorites and lines for the games this weekend:
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks – (Saturday, Jan 11, 4:35 PM ET): Seattle is a 7.5 point favorite to win this game.
Seattle was 13-3 this year and is the NFC’s #1 seed, winning the NFC West division. They had a bye in the first round.
New Orleans was 11-5 and finished in second place in the NFC South division. They are seeded #6 in the NFC and won at Philadelphia 26-24 in the first round.
The Seahawks and Saints met on Dec 2 in Seattle, with the Seahawks winning 34-7.
Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots – (Saturday, Jan 11, 8:15 PM ET): New England is a 7 point favorite in this game.
New England was 12-4 this year and is the AFC’s #2 seed, winning the AFC East division. They had a bye in the first round.
Indianapolis was 11-5 this year and won the AFC South division. They are seeded #4 in the AFC and won at home against Kansas City in the first round 45-44.
The Patriots and Colts did not play in the regular season.
San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers – (Sunday, Jan 12, 1:05 PM ET): San Francisco is a 1 point favorite, the only road team to be favored in the second round.
San Francisco was 12-4 this year, finishing second in the NFC West. They are the NFC’s #5 seed, winning at Green Bay in the first round 23-20.
Carolina was 12-4 this year and is the NFC’s #2 seed, winning the NFC South division. They had a bye in the first round.
The 49ers and Panthers played on Nov 10 in San Francisco, with the Panthers winning 10-9.
San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos – (Sun, Jan 12, 4:40 PM ET): Denver is a 9 point favorite to win this game.
Denver was 13-3 this season, and is the AFC’s #1 seed. They had a bye in the first round.
San Diego was 9-7 this year, and is the AFC’s #6 seed, finishing in 3rd place in the AFC West. They won at Cincinnati in the first round 27-10.
The Broncos and Chargers played twice in the regular season, with the Broncos winning in San Diego 28-20 on Nov 10, and the Chargers winning 27-20 in Denver on Dec 12.