The NFC champion is already favored to win the Super Bowl, two weeks before we even know which teams will be playing.
NFL divisional weekend props were posted this week at Bodog and the NFC rep is favored by two points over the AFC champ.
Of course, before we get to the Super Bowl props there are plenty of fun wagers this weekend, including which player will have the most passing yards (Andrew Luck is favored) and which player will have the most rushing yards (DeMarco Murray is favored).
If you believe all four home teams will win (all are favored), that is a 2-1 bet. Check out the full list of props and check out Bodog for daily-fantasy style player props and tons of other NFL wagers.
Odds to win the NFC
Seattle Seahawks 10/13
Green Bay Packers 5/2
Dallas Cowboys 9/2
Carolina Panthers 14/1
Odds to win the AFC
New England Patriots 10/11
Denver Broncos 19/10
Indianapolis Colts 8/1
Baltimore Ravens 17/2
Super Bowl Exact Matchup
New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks 9/4
New England Patriots vs Green Bay Packers 11/2
New England Patriots vs Dallas Cowboys 9/1
New England Patriots vs Carolina Panthers 25/1
Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks 4/1
Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers 9/1
Denver Broncos vs Dallas Cowboys 12/1
Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers 40/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Seattle Seahawks 14/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Green Bay Packers 28/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Dallas Cowboys 45/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Carolina Panthers 100/1
Baltimore Ravens vs Seattle Seahawks 16/1
Baltimore Ravens vs Green Bay Packers 28/1
Baltimore Ravens vs Dallas Cowboys 50/1
Baltimore Ravens vs Carolina Panthers 125/1
Early Super Bowl Line
AFC +2 (EVEN)
NFC -2 (-120)
Will all 4 home teams win this weekend?
Will any of the #1 seeds win the Super Bowl (SEA, NE, GB, DEN)
Will any team trailing at half come back to win the game during the Divisional Playoffs?
Will there be a game winning FG or TD as time expires in any game during the Divisional Playoffs?
Who will record the most Passing Yards in the Divisional Playoffs?
Andrew Luck (IND) QB 5/2
Peyton Manning (DEN) QB 3/1
Aaron Rodgers (GB) QB 3/1
Tom Brady (NE) QB 5/1
Tony Romo (DAL) QB 7/1
Joe Flacco (BAL) QB 9/1
Russell Wilson (SEA) QB 20/1
Cam Newton (CAR) QB 25/1
Who will record the most Rushing Yards in the Divisional Playoffs?
DeMarco Murray (DAL) RB 2/1
Marshawn Lynch (SEA) RB 3/1
Eddie Lacy (GB) RB 7/2
C.J. Anderson (DEN) RB 6/1
Jonathan Stewart (CAR) RB 10/1
Justin Forsett (BAL) RB 10/1
Russell Wilson (SEA) QB 14/1
Dan Herron (IND) RB 20/1
Who will record the most Receiving Yards in the Divisional Playoffs?
Demaryius Thomas (DEN) WR 15/4
Jordy Nelson (GB) WR 11/2
T.Y. Hilton (IND) WR 6/1
Dez Bryant (DAL) WR 6/1
Randall Cobb (GB) WR 7/1
Rob Gronkowski (NE) TE 7/1
Emmanuel Sanders (DEN) WR 15/2
Steve Smith (BAL) WR 8/1
Julian Edelman (NE) WR 8/1
Torrey Smith (BAL) WR 14/1
Kelvin Benjamin (CAR) WR 16/1
Doug Baldwin (SEA) WR 18/1