- The Green Bay Packers are favored to win the NFC Championship with +165 odds.
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have +325 odds to win the NFC Championship.
- The Los Angeles Rams have +500 odds to win the NFC Championship.
- The Dallas Cowboys have +575 odds to win the NFC title.
LOS ANGELES – The NFC bracket of the NFL Playoffs are set to begin on Sunday and the Green Bay Packers have a tight grip on the NFC and are heavily favored to walk away as NFC Champions.
Following the Packers on the NFC odds boards, NFL betting sites have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Rams, and Dallas Cowboys.
NFC Championship Odds
- Green Bay Packers +165
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +325
- Los Angeles Rams +500
- Dallas Cowboys +575
- Arizona Cardinals +1200
- San Francisco 49ers +1200
- Philadelphia Eagles +2800
Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers have been the leading team in the NFC but in the entire league. They finished with the best record in the league at 13-3 and have earned a first-round bye and home-field advantage in the playoffs. The Packers went an undefeated 8-0 when playing at home this season.
Also, Aaron Rodgers is in line to win his second consecutive MVP award having put up 4,115 passing yards, 37 touchdowns, and four interceptions at a 68.6 QBR. All of which are top-10 in the league. With the playoffs going through Green Bay, it is hard seeing any team knock them off before the NFC Championship game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The one main argument to make about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds is that they are being led by Tom Brady. Brady alone has more Super Bowl experience than any other team in the playoffs let alone the NFC. With that, he thrives under pressure and will certainly have it all with the Bucs missing key offensive players.
The Bucs will be without Antonio Brown and Chris Godwin for the entirety of the playoffs which could leave Brady struggling to find open receivers. Those that truly believe in Tom Brady and what he can do in the playoffs will find great value in these odds. However, those that are cautious in betting on them being so shorthanded can find value elsewhere.
They will kick off their playoff run against the Philadelphia Eagles where they are -395 favorites to win.
Los Angeles Rams
The LA Rams have been one of the forces in the NFC having won the NFC West title this season. They had great success under Matthew Stafford in his first season with the Rams. With the help of Stafford, Cooper Kupp thrived as he led the league in receiving across the board in receptions (145), yards (1,947), and touchdowns (16).
With that, the Rams also finished in the top-10 in scoring with 27.1 ppg this season. They did struggle on defense letting up 21.9 ppg to opponents. However, they are led on defense by two of the top-3 players at their position in Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Donald.
If they can turn things around, they could be looking at competing with the Green Bay Packers NFC Championship odds.
The Rams have a tough go-around in the opening round against the Arizona Cardinals where they are 4-point favorites to win. They split the season series with the Cardinals this season.
The Dallas Cowboys are ready to continue their dominance this season into the playoffs. They lead the league in scoring averaging 31.1 points per game and are top-10 in defense allowing 21.1 ppg. The Cowboys are going full steam ahead with five wins in their last six games and are well equipped to take down any team in their way.
Dak Prescott led the way on offense for them with top-10 stats across the board and Trevon Diggs and Michah Parsons were forces on defense. Diggs led the league in interceptions while Parsons was sixth in sacks. In their opening matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, they will be in full effect.
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