Wild Card Weekend in the NFL was full of intriguing games, including a pair of upsets by the New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Doug Pederson's Jags had an unbelievable come-from-behind win over the Los Angeles Chargers, and Trevor Lawrence showed a ton of poise after four first-half interceptions.
In this week's Power Rankings, the San Francisco 49ers and Jaguars are making moves up, while the Buffalo Bills drop a spot after struggling with the Miami Dolphins and third-string quarterback Skylar Thompson.
How should you aim to bet in the futures market win the divisional round? Here's how I think the rest of the field stacks up:
1. Kansas City Chiefs (+300) Last Week: No. 1
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs keep the top spot after being on the bye on Wild Card Weekend.
2. San Francisco 49ers (+400) LW: No. 5
Brock Purdy and the 49ers are the real deal, and they may be the best team in the NFC if Brock Purdy keeps balling like this.
3. Buffalo Bills (+350) LW: No. 2
Josh Allen didn't look sharp against the Dolphins, and the Bengals are a much tougher test in the divisional round.
4. Philadelphia Eagles (+500) LW: No. 3
The question for the Eagles is whether or not Jalen Hurts is healthy enough to lead this team on a Super Bowl run.
5. Cincinnati Bengals (+550) LW: No. 4
The Bengals escaped the Baltimore Ravens with a win, but the injuries to the offensive line are certainly concerning.
6. Dallas Cowboys (+1100) LW: No. 6
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys dominated the Bucs in the wild card round, but they have a tough matchup with the 49ers coming up. If Dallas' offense can keep up this pace, it's going to be a tough out.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars (+3000) LW: No. 7
The Jaguars completed an insane comeback against the Chargers, and now they have a chance to do the unthinkable and knock off the Chiefs this week.
8. New York Giants (+2500) LW: No. 12
The Giants are playing with house money after upsetting the Vikings. Can Brian Daboll's squad upset the Eagles?
Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.
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