- There are -110 odds on any playoff team to score over 39.5 points in the Divisional Round.
- Four playoff teams have scored multiple 40-point games this season.
LAS VEGAS – Going into the Divisional Round of the playoffs, there are several prop bets to take advantage of. One prop bet, in particular, is if any team will score Over 39.5 points in the round.
As the odds currently sit, NFL sportsbooks have -110 odds on any team to score Over 39.5 points in the Divisional Round.
Most Points Scored By One Team In Divisional Round
- Over 39.5 Points -110
- Under 39.5 Points -130
While there are slightly longer odds for any team to score 40 points in the round, they offer great value being that four teams in the playoffs have scored 40+ points. Those four teams are the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
40 Point Club
Of the four teams that have multiple 40-point games, the Chiefs and Bills have done it the most with four games each. It also helps their case that in their matchup this week, they are favored to be the highest-scoring game.
Going back to their Week 5 meeting, the Bills came close to hitting the Over as they scored 38 points.
With Tampa Bay, it is hard to count them out from scoring 40 points being that Tom Brady has done it time and time again. The Buccaneers have done it three times this season and Brady has led them to seven total 40-point games since joining them last season.
Many were quick to overlook them after losing Chris Godwin for the year in Week 15 and Antonio Brown in Week 17. However, they followed up both losses with a 41-point outing in Week 18.
As for the Bengals, they have three 40-point games behind Joe Burrow this season and have a decent matchup against the Tennessee Titans who are letting up 245.2 passing yards per game. Burrow will look to capitalize on this and put up points in bunches.
Burrow went for over 400 yards in his last two regular-season games which one was a 41-point outing. With the Bengals offense clicking on all cylinders, it is hard seeing them not score points in bunches.
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