The regular season is now in the rear view mirror and the NFL Playoffs have arrived.

There are twelve teams with a brand new season and hopes of advancing to the Super Bowl in Miami.

San Francisco, Baltimore, Kansas City and Green Bay all have first round byes and the other eight teams will play this Saturday and Sunday in the Wild Card round.

On Saturday, the Texans will host the Bills and the Patriots will host the Titans.

Sunday will bring us two NFC matchups as the Saints will host the Vikings and the Eagles will host the Seahawks.

There is certainly some value with some of these teams playing on Wild Card weekend as it pertains to their Super Bowl odds.

For example, the defending champs in New England are 20-1 and I know these aren't the Patriots from a year ago, but to get 20-1 odds on the Patriots is valued in every sense.

Minnesota has all the talent in the world and sits at 40-1 and could be a good hedge bet if they can sneak out a road win against New Orleans.

Speaking of the Saints, they find themselves ahead of Green Bay with better odds than the Packers who have a first-round bye.

Here is a look at the rest of the Super Bowl odds heading into the NFL Playoffs.


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