NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Saturday

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The NFL Wildcard Round of the playoffs begin on Saturday January 6th with two games on the schedule to the delight of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 4:35PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as the Kansas City Chiefs are home to the Tennessee Titans. Current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Kansas City Chiefs favored by -9 points with the total set at 44 ½ points. Tennessee got into the playoffs beating Jacksonville last week behind a good defensive effort winning 15-10. This broke a three game losing streak as the Titans played three consecutive NFC West teams dropping games to the Cardinals, Seahawks and Rams. Tennessee has lost three of their past four games on the road with the win coming at Indianapolis. Colts were driving deep in Titans territory before turning the ball over on downs. Earlier in the season the Titans went into overtime at Cleveland before winning 12-9. Kansas City are champions of the NFC West and were a streaky team down the stretch. Chiefs had dropped four straight and sat with a 6-6 record and tied in the division with the Raiders and Chargers. Then KC finished strong winning four straight including key AFC west division games to Oakland and the Chargers at home which led them on their way to a division title. Their defense played well down the stretch.

At 8:15PM Eastern Time on NBC TV the LA Rams will host the Atlanta Falcons. LA is favored by -5 ½ points with the total set at 48 ½ points. A great turnaround season for the Rams as their offense greatly improved from seasons past. LA pushes across 29.9 points per game among the league leaders. The Falcons closed the season winning three of four games but lost a key game at New Orleans in Week 16 by the score of 23-13 that cost the team a division title. The Atlanta offense fell off from last season with the team averaging just 22.1 points per game on the year.

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