NFL Pro Football Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NFC Wildcard games are on tap for Sunday January 10th as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of NFL pro football playoff bettors worldwide.

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The Minnesota Vikings will be home to battle the Seattle Seahawks at 1PM Eastern Time on NBC TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Seattle Seahawks the -4 ½ point favorite with the total lined at 39 ½ points. Those who play on the Seattle Seahawks on the money line will lay -210 odds with the return on the home underdog Minnesota Vikings at +175 odds on the money line. These two teams met just over a month ago on December 6th and it was the Seahawks posting the 38-7 victory on the road at Minnesota and covering the spread as a -2 ½ point favorite. It was a bad matchup for the Vikings. The Seahawks have a quality secondary that affords the team to stack the line and take Adrian Peterson out of the game. Peterson was ineffective in the loss and will enter the Wildcard game with a bad back. He will play according to the Vikings head coach. Seattle will be shorthanded in this post season game as running back Marshawn Lynch has been listed as out with a sports hernia injury. Minnesota is just 31st in the NFL in passing as they throw for 321 yards per game. Many feel if the Vikings can’t run they can’t win.

Game 2 of the doubleheader will feature the Washington Redskins hosting the Green Bay Packers. Washington is favored by -1 point with the total lined at 45 ½ points. The concern for the Packers has been the inconsistency the team has had on the offensive side of the football. They faced playoff teams the past two weeks and lost each game by scoring just eight points at Arizona and 13 points at home to Minnesota last week. Washington at 9-7 was winners of the NFC East division. They have faced only two post season teams the past nine games and lost each contest by double digits at New England and Carolina.

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