The betting odds indicate that the 2022 NFL divisional playoff games aren’t easy to predict, but the public is siding with a handful of teams. The Tennessee Titans, Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs are the most popular picks against the spread.

In Saturday’s games, bettors are overwhelmingly going with the favorites. Tennessee has received 65% of the bets at BetMGM for their game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Of the wagers placed on the San Francisco 49ers’ visit to Green Bay, 80% are on the Packers to cover the spread.

The Titans opened as three-point favorites over the visiting Bengals. With 71% of the betting handle on Tennessee, the line has since moved to 3.5 points.

A whopping 82% of the money has been wagered on the Packers. Green Bay opened as a 5.5-point favorite over San Francisco. The 49ers are dealing with several key injuries after upsetting the Dallas Cowboys on Wild-Card Weekend.

Both Tennessee and Green Bay had a first-round bye, which allowed the No. 1 seeds to get even healthier. Star running back Derrick Henry is expected to return for the Titans for the first time in three months. Cornerback Jaire Alexander and edge rusher Za'Darius Smith could do the same for the Packers.

The Rams and Chiefs cruised to first-round victories, both winning by more than 20 points in the wild-card round. Los Angeles is a three-point underdog on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday afternoon. In the night game, the Chiefs are only 1.5-point favorites over the visiting Buffalo Bills.

Los Angeles is the only underdog that’s received the majority of the bets, though it’s close to an even split. The defending champion Bucs have gotten 48% of the wagers at BetMGM. The point spread has remained at a field goal all week.

Even though 57% of the bets are on Kansas City against the spread, the line has dropped since opening at 2.5 points. More than 70% of the money line bets have been placed on the Bills, who dismantled the New England Patriots 47-17 in the wild-card round.

The Rams and Bills both beat their divisional round opponents in the regular season.

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Running back Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans takes the hand-off from quarterback Ryan Tannehill #17 and runs with the ball in the first quarter against the Houston Texans at Nissan Stadium on October 18, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images