If we are being honest, the NFL’s wild-card weekend was a total bore as all four home favorites won comfortably and easily covered. The weekend’s four games had a total margin of victory of 76 points. That 19.0 point differential average was the highest of any wild card Weekend since 1981 and makes this opening round the most lopsided since expanding to four teams in 1990. But things should change this weekend in the divisional round with all eight teams left as division champions. Rested and ready after their well-earned bye weeks, the New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons and Kansas City Chiefs prepare to welcome the four wild-card weekend winners into their homes. I’ll look more at the spreads on each game later this week, but it here are the totals for each game and my projection to parlay them together. Let’s take a look at the NFL betting predictions.
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