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22.01.21 17:18

All Or Nothing – Our Top NFL Odds Picks


There are just four left standing in the battle for Super Bowl LV and Sunday sees the Conference Championship Games to decide who’s off to Tampa on February 7th.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be going all out to make it to their ‘home’ Super Bowl but they face a tough test at a cold and frozen Lambeau against the Greens Bay Packers.

And the Kansas City Chiefs are looking to defend their 2020 crown by sealing their place at this year’s Super Bowl with victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Check out our top Odds Picks for both matches below for what’s going to be a super Sunday of NFL action – let’s get it on!

Our Top Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Green Bay Packers Odds Pick – Packers -3  – 4/5 at Unibet

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Green Bay Packers -3

It’s the one we’ve all been waiting for – Tom Brady v Aaron Rodgers in a playoff game, and it’s all on the line at Lambeau as the Packers and Bucs battle it out for a spot at Super Bowl LV.

Tampa saw off the Saints last week but New Orleans were complicit in their own downfall with Drew Brees putting in one of the worst games of his career which saw him chuck away three interceptions.

Rodgers and the Packers have the leading offense in the league and Green Bay are hitting top gear at just the right time of the year.

The Bucs have won only once all season against teams with a winning record and we’re expecting the Packers and Rodgers to cover the spread and march on to the Super Bowl.

Our Top Kansas City Chiefs v Buffalo Bills Odds Pick – Chiefs -3.5  – Evens at Betfred

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Kansas City Chiefs -3.5

The big question right now is whether Patrick Mahomes will line up for the Chiefs on Sunday after a concussion scare last weekend. 

With or without their star QB though, we’re liking Kansas City to book their spot once more at the Super Bowl.

The Bills arrive here with their offense having only put 10 past the Ravens last weekend and we think they’ll struggle against the free-scoring Chiefs.

Even if Mahomes doesn’t line up on Sunday, Kansas City’s run game should be too much for the Bills to handle and we’re siding with the Chiefs to cover the spread.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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