Road teams had a ton of success on Wild-Card Weekend, winning three of the four games. The second round should be a little different with a few teams that had first-round byes having a significant edge over their upcoming opponents.

Below are picks against the spread for every game in the 2020 NFL divisional playoffs, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks. Betting lines are courtesy of OddsShark.

Minnesota Vikings (+7) at San Francisco 49ers

The Vikings could be in trouble with the 49ers getting healthy on defense. San Francisco could have all of its starters back that made the unit a historic one in the first half of the season when the team went undefeated. Nick Bosa, Arik Armstead and a returning Dee Ford might have its way with a Minnesota offensive line that has looked overmatched at times. Kirk Cousins won’t have a second straight impressive performance if he’s under constant pressure. Jimmy Garoppolo will have some success against a banged-up Vikings’ secondary.

Prediction ATS: San Francisco

Tennessee Titans (+10) at Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens had one of the best regular seasons in recent NFL history, going undefeated over the final three months and finishing with a plus-249 point differential. Baltimore beat nine teams by at least two touchdowns. Their 33.2 points per game led every other team by a good margin, and the Ravens finished fourth in total defense. Ryan Tannehill wasn’t very good against an elite Patriots’ defense last week. He’ll be thoroughly outplayed by Lamar Jackson, who should have his way with an average Tennessee defense. Derrick Henry can’t carry the Titans to a road upset this time.

Prediction: Baltimore

Houston Texans (+10) at Kansas City Chiefs

The Texans have already proven that they can win at Arrowhead Stadium. Houston beat Kansas City 31-24 in Week 6, controlling the game with 192 yards on the ground. The Chiefs’ defense has been much improved since that loss, but they still can have trouble stopping the run. Even though Patrick Mahomes could have his way with a poor Texans’ defense, it’s hard to bet against Deshaun Watson when he’s a 10-point underdog in a big game. Houston can certainly keep this within single digits.

Prediction ATS: Houston

Seattle Seahawks (+4) at Green Bay Packers

The Packers were fortunate to earn the No.2 seed, playing the NFC’s easiest schedule. Green Bay doesn’t do anything particularly well, ranking in the bottom half of the league in both yards per play and yards per play allowed. Aaron Rodgers didn’t have a spectacular season. Russell Wilson was terrific in the wild-card round, as he usually is. With the better quarterback and the much more experienced head coach getting more than a field goal, this is an easy pick.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Jimmy Garoppolo San Francisco 49ers
Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers in action against the Detroit Lions at Levi's Stadium on September 16, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images