NFL Playoff Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NFL Playoffs continue on Sunday January 6th with the final two games from the Wildcard round. Following play on Sunday there will be just eight teams standing for a shot into the Super Bowl.

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Game one of the Sunday doubleheader will begin at1PM Eastern Time over CBS TV as the Indianapolis Colts are on the road to face the Baltimore Ravens. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home club Baltimore Ravens favored by -7 points and the over under line of 46 ½ points. The Colts have performed very well down the stretch as the team has won two straight and eight of their past ten games to qualify for the playoffs as an 11-5 team. They spoil Houston Texans bid for home field advantage throughout the playoffs as they play to win last week with nothing to play for as they beat the Texans 28-16. The Ravens are heading in the opposite direction of the Colts as they have lost four of their past five games. After a 31-28 road overtime loss to Washington the Ravens change offensive coordinators and have gone just 1-2 since the extreme coaching change.

The final wildcard playoff game will go off at 4:30PM Eastern Time and it’s the battle of the rookie quarterbacks as Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks will be the road team as they face Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins. The road team Seattle Seahawks are the -3 point betting favorite with the over under line of 46 ½ points. Both teams are hot entering the playoffs. The Seahawks have won five straight games while the Redskins have won seven straight games. Both clubs sport a very good run defense and outstanding running attacks. Washington’s pass defense has been much aligned during the first half of the season but the team has come with good defensive efforts allowing three of their past four home opponent’s 18 points or less. The Seahawks are just 3-5 straight up on the road this season. Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been troubled this week with back soreness that forced him to be limited in practice on Wednesday.

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