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14.01.21 14:52

Old But Gold – Our Top NFL Odds Picks


Sunday sees the final two NFL divisional playoff matches as teams battle it out to reach next weekend’s conference finals.

They say life begins at 40 and both Tom Brady and Drew Brees sure seem to be loving life as they prepare go head-to-head as Tampa take on New Orleans.

Kicking off the Sunday action though is Kansas City facing Cleveland as the Chiefs aim to move one step closer to retaining the Super Bowl trophy.

Read on to see our top Odds Picks for an unmissable Sunday of NFL.

Our Top Cleveland Browns v Kansas City Chiefs Odds Pick – Browns + 10 – 10/11 at 888sport

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Cleveland Browns + 10

The reigning Super Bowl champs face the Browns on Sunday in a tasty match-up.

The Browns stunned the Steelers last weekend but it’s a tall order to put in another performance of that scale against the current Super Bowl LV favourites.

Cleveland do have enough in their game to keep this one tight though, and a 10 point spread looks on the large side for us.

The Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes will have enjoyed their bye-week and are strong favourites to see off the Browns but for us, we’re siding with Cleveland and the points.

Our Top Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints Odds Pick – Buccaneers + 3 – Evens at bet365

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers + 3

This one is all about the quarterbacks – Tom Brady v Drew Brees… Old guy v Almost as old guy.

Brady and the Bucs arrive here in red-hot form, winning their last five and outscoring their opponents by over 80 points during that run.

Yes, the Saints have done them twice this season, but this is a different Tampa team and the Saints haven’t been the same since Brees’ rib injury in November.

The Saints are 1-5 ATS in their last six matches facing sides with a winning record, and we expect Brady and the Bucs to add to that poor New Orleans record this weekend.

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

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