Kelso 2-0 Knockout Sunday in NFL Playoffs
It’s A Knockout 2-0 Sunday In The NFL Playoffs
Went 2-0 Saturday with 50 Unit Win on Patriots and 15 Unit Win on Falcons/Eagles UNDER!
The Four Teams Playing NFL Divisional Playoff Games Today Could Very Easily Make It To the Super Bowl But My Figures Predict Solid Wins In Both Games
There is not the slightest could in my mind the four teams playing in today’s divisional playoff games have the talent to make it to the Super Bowl. Obviously two won’t. That said the games between the Jacksonville Jaguars 11-6) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3) and the New Orleans Saints (11-5) and the Minnesota Vikings (13-3) should be extremely competitive but my figures predict solid winners in both.
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Sunday’s Divisional Playoff Games
American Football Conference
Jacksonville Jaguars (11-6) at Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3)
Pittsburgh -7, With Total Of 41
Kickoff 1:05 Eastern…CBS
These teams met in Week #5 in Pittsburgh and the Jaguars won in shocking fashion, 30-9 as 7.5-point underdogs. In that game, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger had one of the worst games of his career, throwing five interceptions. That said, Roethlisberger has gone 13-7 in playoff games and that includes a 6-3 mark at home. It is of note Pittsburgh has gone 5-1 SU and ATS in their last six home playoff games and won the five by an average of 10 points
National Football Conference
New Orleans Saints (12-5) at Minnesota Vikings (13-3)
Minnesota -5, With Total Of 46.5
Kickoff 4:40 Eastern…FOX
The Vikings opened in Las Vegas books at -3.5 and within hours they were bet out to -5. This game also has bookmakers nervous since both the public and the sharps used Minnesota in almost all their parlays. These teams met in the opening game of the season in Minnesota, with the Vikings winning, 29-19, as a 3-point favorite. It is of note Minnesota closed out the season 10-1 SU and 9-2 ATS. This will be the 33rd meeting of these two teams and the Vikings stand 21-11 in the previous 32. The bottom line - It’s the Saints offense against the 3rd-ranked NFL defense.