Odds released for NFL’s Wild-Card Weekend

Odds released for NFL’s Wild-Card Weekend

The NFL Playoffs have finally arrived and with only one team in each conference (Tennessee, Green Bay) getting a bye, that means we get six games of betting action.

We begin this Saturday with Las Vegas getting 5.5 points at Cincinnati. That spread has been tightening a bit, with perhaps Cincinnati’s inexperience a factor (last playoff win in 1990). However, the schedule makers didn’t do the Raiders any favors, making them play first after also playing last Sunday night. The warm weather Raiders will also have to contend with expected cold temps in the 20s.

After the two games on Saturday, there are three more on Sunday. That’s highlighted by what should be the Game of the Weekend, San Francisco (+3) at Dallas. That has the highest total (50.5) of all the contests this weekend.

Finally, we get more Monday Night Football. Arizona (+3.5) is at the L.A. Rams in an NFC West battle. Both teams had bad losses last week, with the Rams defeat (24-21 at home against San Fran) arguably more demoralizing after blowing a 17-0 lead.

Take a look at all the NLF Wild-Card odds below. To see the rest of the sportsbook, just click on ‘Sports’ in the poker client.

Updated NFL Wild-Card Odds (all times ET)

Las Vegas Raiders (+5.5) at Cincinnati Bengals – Saturday – 4:30pm
New England Patriots (+4) at Buffalo Bills – Saturday –– 8:15pm
Philadelphia Eagles (+8.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sunday – 1:00pm
San Francisco 49ers (+3) at Dallas Cowboys – Sunday – 4:30pm
Pittsburgh Steelers (+13) at Kansas City Chiefs – Sunday – 8:15pm
Arizona Cardinals (+3.5) at Los Angeles Rams – Monday – 8:15pm

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