NFL Playoff Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NFL Playoffs will begin on Saturday with two exciting Wildcard games to satisfy the appetite of pro football bettors. It all gets underway on January 5th at 4:30PM Eastern Time.

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The AFC Wildcard playoff game takes center stage in the opening game as the Cincinnati Bengals will be the road team as they face the Houston Texans. This one kicks off from Houston at 4:30PM Eastern Time on NBC TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Houston Texans favored by -4 ½ points with an over under line of 43 points. Current form reveals the Cincinnati Bengals playing much better football down the stretch. The Bengals have won three straight and seven of their past eight games. They win a monster game in week sixteen as they head into Pittsburgh and eliminate the Steelers from the playoffs and clinch a playoff spot in a 13-10 road win. Houston has played their worst football at the wrong possible time. They were sitting with home field advantage throughout the playoffs and choke it away with three losses in their past four games.

Game two of the NFL playoff doubleheader on Saturday will be the NFC Wildcard playoff as the Minnesota Vikings will be the traveling team to face the Green Bay Packers. They begin from Green Bay at 8PM Eastern Time on NBC TV. The current odds has the Packers favored by -7 ½ points and the over under line is set at 46 points. These two divisional rivals know one another very well. They split their season series with each team winning and covering the point spread at home. Their most recent meeting was last week as Minnesota beats Green Bay 37-34 and covering as a +3 point home underdog. With San Francisco comfortably ahead of Arizona last week the game had no meaning in the second half for the Packers. They had a shot for a first round bye with a win and 49ers loss but when San Francisco went ahead 27-6 early in the fourth quarter it was evident that Green Bay would play in the Wildcard round.

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