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The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots match up on Saturday night in the divisional round of the post season, with the winner advancing to the AFC Championship game and a chance to reach Super Bowl XLVI.
The Patriots are the No.1 seed in the AFC, and get the game at home, in what is sure to be a cold night at Gillette Stadium.
Oddsmakers are giving New England a significant edge to win the game, going off at two touchdowns on the latest playoff betting lines on online sportsbooks.
But in addition to the overall odds to win the game, oddsmakers have also formed several NFL Game Prop Betting Lines for this one.
(DEN vs NE) – Team to score first in the game
Place a wager on either the Broncos or Patriots scoring the first points in the game, with the odds significantly favoring that New England will strike first, going off at -210.
Denver Broncos +170
New England Patriots -210
The first score of the game will be?
The odds here favor a touchdown to be the first score of the game, going off at -210 on the betting line.
Field Goal or Safety +170
Will there be a score in the first 7min 30 seconds of the 1st quarter?
Place a wager on whether or not there will be a score of any kind in the first half of the first quarter in this playoff match up.
Longest Touchdown in the Game
If the longest touchdown scored in this game goes for 48 yards or more, than the over wins the line, with both sides set at -115.
Over Yards 47.5 (-115)
Under Yards 47.5 (-115)
How many successful 3 point Field Goals will be kicked in the game?
If four or more field goals are kicked successfully, then the over wins the line, though the under is a -175 favorite.
Over FGs 3.5 (+145)
Under 3.5 FGs (-175)
Place a wager on the total number of sacks recorded in the game, with five or more going the over.
Over Sacks 4.5 (-120)
Under Sacks 4.5 (-110)
Total Points – Odd or Even?
Place a wager on the total number of combined points being odd or even.