NFL Week 18

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What can we expect from NFL week 18 odds? All the matchups in this guide are discussed at length, but let’s look at the top-down view for now. In only the second ever week 18 in the NFL season—a year after the league extended the schedule by an extra week—we see who will be going to the playoffs and who will be regretting missed opportunities. Look out for ‘Black Monday,’ the day after the regular season when coaches are traditionally relieved of their duties. What games should we look out for as we eye up some NFL betting opportunities?

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Sunday Night Football

What are the standout NFL week 18 odds? Which teams are in positions to progress? The final Sunday of the NFL season is always a day full of drama and highlights, with teams aiming to book their playoff places and close out the regular season on a high note. Many games will be so-called “t-shirt and hat” games because winning a division crown typically results in memorabilia and a few photo opportunities.

Highlights on the schedule should be the Ravens traveling to Ohio to play the Bengals. Cincy whooped Baltimore twice last year, and the purple and black will want revenge this week. Another revenge game comes in the form of Patriots vs Bills, a rematch of last year’s AFC Wild Card game in which Buffalo issued a stomping on New England, with zero punts and a perfect display from QB Josh Allen. We expect a lot of the NFL week 18 odds action to revolve around this matchup.

Elsewhere, the Giants travel to Philly to face the Eagles, the Chiefs close things out against the Raiders, and the Cardinals go to Santa Clara to play the Niners. Who will win the final game?

Which teams are playing?

All 32 teams play on Sunday, with a full day’s NFL week 18 betting odds to explore.

Are all games divisional?

Yes, as always, the final week of the season is all-divisional, with teams trying to win their divisions.

What is the record for most wins in a regular season?

16, by the New England Patriots in 2007.

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