NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Sunday

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The NFL Wildcard card playoff round continues Sunday January 7th with two games on the schedule to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 1PM Eastern Time with the AFC Wildcard playoff as the Jacksonville Jaguars are home to the Buffalo Bills on CBS TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Jacksonville Jaguars favored by -9 points with the total set at 39 ½ points. Buffalo ended their regular season winners of three of their past four games. They beat Miami 22-16 then needed a Cincinnati Bengals win in the closing seconds at Baltimore to clinch a spot in the wildcard round. Running back LeSean McCoy has a sprained ankle and is questionable for this game. Jacksonville are AFC South Champions but finished at 10-6 and failed to obtain a bye week in the playoffs by losing two straight games. Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles struggled in this final two games with five interceptions and the Jaguars committed a total of 7 turnovers. Jaguars have won their past five straight at home covering four of the five games.

At 4:40PM Eastern Time on FOX the New Orleans Saints host the Carolina Panthers in an NFC Wildcard playoff game. New Orleans is favored by -6 ½ points with the total set at 47 ½ points. Both teams are 11-5 but the Saints won the NFC South based on their two victories against the Panthers during the regular season. Panthers blew their shot at the NFC South title by losing 22-10 at Atlanta last week. With the Saints losing at Tampa Bay last week a victory by the Panthers would have given the team the NFC South title and home field in the first round. Cam Newton had a poor game last week completing only 14 of 34 for 180 yards with a touchdown and three picks. Saints are 7-1 at home this season. They discovered a run game that was missing for several seasons. New Orleans is fifth in the NFL in both passing and rushing offense. Improvement also came on defense for the Saints as the team allowed 20.4 points per game.

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