For the first time in NFL history, Wild-Card Weekend features six games instead of four. Two road teams are favored in the first round of the 2021 playoffs, and every betting line is north of a field goal.

Sunday’s matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans features a home underdog and the smallest point spread of the weekend. Baltimore is favored by 3.5 points in Tennessee, even though the Titans had the Ravens’ number in 2020.

Tennessee upset Baltimore 28-12 in the divisional round of last year’s playoffs. In Week 11 of the regular season, the Titans beat the Ravens 30-24 in overtime.

Four wild-card games are rematches from the regular season. Three of the underdogs beat their upcoming opponent in the regular season.

The Seattle Seahawks are favored by 4.5 points over the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday. The NFC West rivals split their regular-season series. Seattle beat Los Angeles 20-9 just two weeks ago. Rams quarterback Jared Goff missed Week 17 with a thumb injury and it's unknown if he’ll start in Seattle.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns will meet for the second time in a week. The Browns beat the Steelers 24-22 in the regular-season finale as Ben Roethlisberger and other key Pittsburgh starters rested. Pittsburgh blew out Cleveland 38-7 in Week 6.

The New Orleans Saints are the biggest favorites in the wild-card round, laying nearly 10 points against the visiting Chicago Bears. The Saints needed overtime to beat the Bears 26-23 in Chicago two months ago.

The Buffalo Bills are favored over the Indianapolis Colts by a touchdown in the first game of the wild-card round. Buffalo, which has won six straight games, is hosting its first playoff game since 1996.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heavy road favorites over the Washington Football Team on Saturday night. Washington will host the contest because it won the NFC East, but Tampa Bay won four more games in the regular season.

Below are the betting lines and totals for all the 2021 NFL Wild-Card games, via OddsShark.

Saturday, Jan. 9

Indianapolis Colts (+7) at Buffalo Bills, 52

Los Angeles Rams (+4.5) at Seattle Seahawks, 43

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-8) at Washington Football Team, 46.5

Sunday, Jan. 10

Baltimore Ravens (-3.5) at Tennessee Titans, 54

Chicago Bears (+9.5) at New Orleans Saints, 47.5

Cleveland Browns (+4) at Pittsburgh Steelers, 46.5

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Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on September 13, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Chris Graythen/Getty Images