NFL Playoffs Betting Predictions
As we approach the NFL Playoffs, it's a good time for a refresher course on the football betting basics, as well as to read up on some more advanced NFL betting strategy. One reason the playoffs generally pose problems for football bettors is that the point spreads are pretty sharp, as the oddsmakers only have a few football games each day to create a line for, instead of the usual 16, along with a slew of college games and this year's NFL Season promise to be action-packed from the first Wild Card Round all the way to the Super Bowl LI.
The National Football League's second season is upon us and even though the playoffs are among the most difficult games to predict, many people, including those who don't typically gamble on sports, will be getting in on the action.
With the NFL Playoff Picture now set, let's take a look at what to expect in this weekend's first round of the NFL Playoff Betting Odds. In the AFC, the top-seeded, Indianapolis Colts and the second seeded San Diego Chargers will be playing the watching game just like we will.
Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 - U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Bet NFL Playoffs - AFC/NFC Wildcard Betting Odds
There will be twelve talented NFL teams in the NFL playoffs, all competing for their spot in the Super Bowl. This season there was a lot of great NFL players to bet on this NFL preseason. Football Bettors enjoyed profits on Future NFL Hall-of-Famers like Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady will square off against NFL superstars like Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, Adrian Peterson and Tony Romo.
AFC Wild Card Weekend
Kansas City Chiefs fans know all about heartache in the playoffs. They've witnessed their Chiefs head into the playoffs with high hopes time and time again, but the last time they reached the AFC Championship Game was in 1994. With the team riding high on a four-game winning streak, hopes will once again be renewed with the Tennessee Titans coming to Arrowhead Stadium for Wild Card weekend. >>>Read More
The defending NFC champs are back in the playoffs. It isn't often nowadays that the team that lost the Super Bowl gets back in the playoffs the next season, but the Atlanta Falcons have defied the odds and are here in Westwood for the first playoff game played in Los Angeles in two and a half decades. >>>Read More
NFC Wild Card Weekend
One team hasn't been in the playoffs since 2000. The other had picked in the top-10 in the NFL Draft in 10 straight seasons. Yet the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars have finally circled the wagons and are back in the NFL playoffs. Now, they're set to clash in the first of two Wild Card duels on Sunday in what certainly qualifies as the most surprising playoff matchup we've seen in quite some time in the NFL. >>>Read More
The New Orleans Saints swept the Carolina Panthers in the regular season. Now, they're going to try to become the 12th team since 1990 to win three games in a single year against the same team when these NFC South rivals face off in the Bayou in the last of the Wild Card games this weekend. >>>Read More
Since the NFL expanded to 12 playoff teams, there hasn't been a No. 1 seed doubted as much as the Philadelphia Eagles. With Carson Wentz out of the fold, the confidence level in Nick Foles is virtually nil. Still, the road to the Super Bowl goes through the City of Brotherly Love, and Foles will do what he can on Saturday to dismiss the Atlanta Falcons. >>>Read More
In the case of the Tennessee Titans, they weren't the better team on the field in Wild Card weekend against the Chiefs. That said, they were the team that got the better breaks, and they parlayed said good fortune into a trip to the second round of the NFL playoffs. >>>Read More
Of the four teams who survived Wild Card weekend, none did so in uglier fashion than the Jacksonville Jaguars. Their 10-3 win was tied for the sixth-lowest scoring playoff game in NFL history, and it was a relatively unwatchable game most of the way. >>>Read More
Keenum was never projected to be much of an NFL quarterback, but he took the second chance he has gotten at being a full-time starter and run with it. The Minnesota Vikings wouldn't have made the playoffs without Keenum playing at a tremendously high level. >>>Read More
AFC-NFC Pro Bowl
2018 NFL Pro Bowl Event Date: Sunday, January 28, 2018
Match Venue: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida