The favorites will take care of business in Saturday’s divisional playoff games, while the underdogs will make things interesting in Sunday’s NFL games. At least, that’s what the betting public seems to think.

The Green Bay Packers are the most popular bet of the weekend as 6.5-point favorites over the Los Angeles Rams Saturday with 81% of the wagers, according to BetMGM. The Buffalo Bills are laying 2.5 points against the Baltimore Ravens Saturday night, and the favorite in that contest has received two-thirds of the bets.

On Sunday afternoon, the Cleveland Browns are 10-point underdogs against the Kansas City Chiefs, who have only received 34% of the bets against the spread. Fifty-two percent of the bets in Sunday night’s matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints have been placed on Tampa Bay getting three points.

The defending champion Chiefs led the NFL with a 14-2 record in the regular season. That didn’t translate to much success for Kansas City bettors. The Chiefs went 6-9-1 against the spread, according to OddsShark, including no wins since Week 10.

The Browns defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers as underdogs in the wild-card round. The Rams also pulled off an upset on Wild-Card Weekend.

Los Angeles is 10-7 against the spread. Green Bay went 10-6 against the spread in the regular season. The Packers were last defeated outright in Week 11.

The Bills and Ravens are tied for a league-high 11 wins against the spread. Buffalo defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the wild-card round but failed to cover the betting line. Baltimore beat the Tennessee Titans 20-13 and covered the spread.

New Orleans went 2-0 both straight up and against the spread in both of its regular-season matchups with Tampa Bay, winning by a combined 46 points.

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Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills and Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers meet after the Green Bay Packers beat the Buffalo Bills 22-0 at Lambeau Field on September 30, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Dylan Buell/Getty Images