BetQL Model Trends For Every Game In The Divisional Round

The model has historically dominated these particular bets

Bengals at Titans, Saturday 4:30pm EST

Odds: TEN -3.5, O/U 47

BetQL’s NFL Model has gone 25-15 ATS (62.5%, +$774 on $100 bets) in Ryan Tannehill starts and has hit 55.3% of all Bengals bets all-time. There’s a lot to sort out in this game. Derrick Henry is back for Tennessee, but will his presence be enough to trump the explosive Bengals offense which includes Joe Burrow, Joe Mixon, Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd?

49ers at Packers, Saturday 8:15pm EST

Odds: GB -5.5, O/U 47.5

The model has gone 22-10 O/U (68.8%, +$1,000 on $100 bets) in Jimmy Garoppolo starts and 28-17 1H O/U (62.2%, +882 on $100 bets) in Aaron Rodgers starts. All eyes will be on both quarterbacks in this game and the expectations for both are very different, which makes it a fascinating matchup overall.

Rams at Buccaneers, Sunday 3:00pm EST

Odds: TB -3, O/U 48.5

BetQL has gone 31-19 ATS (62%, +$926 on $100 bets) in Tom Brady starts and 27-10 1H SU (73%, +$700 on $100 bets) in Matthew Stafford starts. Will TB12 move on to the NFC Championship or will Stafford continue to write the new chapter of his story by winning his second career playoff game?

Bills at Chiefs, Sunday 6:30pm EST

Odds: KC -2.5, O/U 55

The model has gone 36-14 1H SU (72%, +$607 on $100 bets) in Josh Allen starts and 28-19 O/U (59.6%, +638 on $100 bets) in Patrick Mahomes starts. This is going to be must-watch tv between two explosive offenses. But, do the Chiefs have a clear edge or is the better bet on the visiting Bills?

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