What are the upset odds for the Seahawks, Packers, Texans and Ravens?
Seattle @ Atlanta
Remember that Atlanta was 7-1 at home this season, better than every team except -- wouldn't you know it -- Seattle. Chris Clemons' injury will hurt Seattle's defense, but Vegas' opening line has the Falcons favored by just two points.
Upset odds: 50.4 percent
Green Bay @ San Francisco
When Rodgers plays well, though, the Packers can beat anyone. Their passing attack ranks tops in the NFC overall. The 49ers will try to take Rodgers out of the game by running the ball early and often, so the Packers' No. 19-ranked run defense will need to step up (as it did against Adrian Peterson last week) in order to topple San Francisco on the road.
Upset odds: 45.1 percent
Houston @ New England
With a full bye week of scheming, there are few coaches more revered than Bill Belichick. The Patriots dominated on offense all season, owning by far the top offense in the NFL. While they added 228 points above what a league-average offense would score through the passing game, the Patriots were also the most efficient rushing team in the AFC after adjusting for strength of opponents.
Upset odds: 35.8 percent
Baltimore @ Denver
These two teams met in Week 15 in Baltimore and the Broncos' offense had a field day: Knowshon Moreno rushed for 115 yards on 21 carries and Eric Decker notched 133 yards on eight receptions -- both guys added touchdowns as well.
Upset odds: 27.4 percent