The best NFC (Wildcard) ATS Betting Predictions, and Odds For Sunday, January 7, 2018: Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars.

Written and authored by National Football League Playoff Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes.

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The (9-7), and six-seed Buffalo Bills of the American Football Conference East division will be in the “SUNSHINE STATE” for their Playoff Wildcard match.

Buffalo play’s the (10-6) and number three Jacksonville Jaguars of the AFC South in 2018 NFL playoff action. Game time is 1:00 PM EST on Sunday, January 7, 2018.

The CBS Television Network will broadcast the game. The teams will play at EverBank Field on the banks of the St.Johns river in downtown Jacksonville, Florida.

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Fans in the Western part of the “EMPIRE STATE” can’t believe what they saw Sunday, miracle after miracle got them in the postseason.

Jacksonville is finally cashing in on all of their high draft picks.

The Opening Betting line has the Buffalo Bills as a nine-point road underdog against the spread. The betting odds total is thirty-nine points for Sunday’s game.

 

The 2018 Buffalo Bills beat the Miami Dolphins to get the final spot in the AFC playoffs.

However, they had to bite their nails while watching Cincinnati convert a touchdown on a fourth-down play.

Longtime defensive tackle Kyle Williams finally gets a chance to experience the postseason.

Head Coach Sean McDermott is the right man to turn things around in Buffalo.

The faithful in the city though he made a mistake in getting rid of some high priced underachievers but proved them wrong.

Running Back LeSean McCoy is questionable Sunday with an ankle injury, but the training staff is doing everything in their power to get him healthy for Sunday’s contest.

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor fits the system like a glove and is one of the most underrated signal callers in football.

Buffalo has all of the intangibles going their way and will bring plenty of “NOISE” Sunday.

Buffalo must convert on third downs, extending drives. The defense will be able to contain the Jacksonville offense.

Bovada.Lv has the Buffalo Bills at 100 to 1 to win the 2018 Super Bowl.

 

The Jacksonville Jaguars are in unfamiliar territory and want to show everyone in the nation they are for real.

The first year General Manager Tom Coughlin is back in North Florida years after taking the franchise to new heights as a head coach.

The betting odds over the total has come in the last five times the teams have met. However, most are expecting a low scoring affair.

Rookie Running Back Leonard Fournette will attempt to do plenty of damage between the tackles in the rushing attack.

Quarterback Blake Bortles must take care of the football when asked to put it in the air.

The Jacksonville defense is the strength of the team; they rank second overall in the NFL. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey and interior lineman Calais Campbell are the stars of the unit.

The key to a Jacksonville win Sunday is to play with intensity, they looked lost the last two games of the regular season at San Francisco, and Tennessee.

Bovada.Lv, list the 2017-18 Jacksonville Jaguars at 20 to 1 to win the Super Bowl.

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