It’s wild card weekend in the NFL and it’s Win or go home time.Wild Card weekend may be a 3 day occasion this yr as the brand new extended playoff layout will squeeze in a further playoff team. It all starts on Saturday.
Date/Time: Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. Mile High time
Location: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
Where to Watch: NBC, Peacock, Universo
Betting Spread: Cincinnati -5.5 @ America’s Bookie
Moneyline Odds: Las Vegas +185 / Cincinnati -225
The forecast for Saturday is currently calling for a possibility of snow with a kickoff temperature under 30 degrees.The Bengals defeated the Raiders in Week 11 in Las Vegas. The Raiders actaully did look as bad as the score indicates in that week 11 game.The game flipped with a pair of fourth-quarter turnovers, leading to a 32-13 Cincinnati victory.
The Las Vegas Raiders enter this game riding a 4-game win streak.
Taking points here may be just what the doctor orderes with a Bengals team who is 0-5 SUATS record in playoff games when entering off a loss. Can you believe that the Bengals have lost 8 consecutive playoff contests dating back to 1990!
Our lean is in the direction of The Raiders (+5.5).
Date/Time: Saturday, January 15, 2022 at 6:15 P.M. Mile High time
Location: Highmark Stadium in Buffalo, New York
Where to Watch: CBS, Paramount+
Betting Spread: Buffalo -4.5 @ America’s Bookie
Moneyline Odds: New England +170 / Buffalo -200
The Patriots barely made it to Wild Card Saturday having lost three of their last four games under rookie Mac Jones.New England enters just 1-3 SUATS in its last four contests while nearly mirroring its dismal 1-4 start to begin the season.”Since 2010, rookie quarterbacks are 2-6 in playoff games and the only two wins came in games where a rookie was starting for both teams so a rookie had to win.”
A little known fact, did you know that six of Buffalo’s victories this season have come against teams that were using a backup quarterback, but after its 7-0 SUATS winning. NFL playoff home favorites who were in the playoffs the previous season are 15-3 SU and 14-5 ATS since 1996 when facing a foe coming off a loss, including 6-0 ATS when coming off a loss of more than 8 points.
Our lean is in the direction of The Buffalo Bills (-4.5)