2018 NFL Playoffs Divisional Picks, News, and Odds: Week-Two of Postseason could bring surprises.

Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes.

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What a wildcard weekend it was last Saturday and Sunday.

It was especially intriguing for Point Spread Bettors as the “DOGS WERE BARKING” all four underdogs covered the point spread with three of the four-game staying under the betting odds total.

Both the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams hosted wildcard games, and neither will be playing in the divisional round.

Tennessee held Kansas City scoreless in the second half after falling behind early in the game while the Rams got hit in the mouth form the opening kickoff until the final whistle.

Sunday’s action was just the opposites both home teams held serve. Jacksonville beat the Buffalo Bills in an ugly defensive slugfest.

The New Orleans Saints took care of NFC South rivals Carolina in somewhat of a shootout, it was the third time New Orleans beat Carolina this season.

 

Saturday, January 13th is right around the corner, and the action gets started with the Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Atlanta Falcons, and the betting line is throwing bettors for a loop.

However, the sports handicapping experts at Charliessports.com understands with the absence of Carson Wentz will probably make a difference in the game.

Fans in the “CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE” will do everything in their power to root the Eagles to victory.

Philadelphia is a tough place for a visiting team in the playoffs.

The upstart Tennessee Titans will travel to the “BAY STATE” for their second-round matchup with the mighty New England Patriots.

Tennessee has nothing to lose they are embracing a chance to end the “DYNASTY.” New England has some turmoil or for lack of a better term a power struggle within the ranks.

Patriots fans have seen this before, but with a forty-year-old signal caller and a head coach who is the longest-tenured coach in the league, ego’s could be getting in the way.

 

Sunday, January 14th the actions begins early with Jacksonville visiting Pittsburgh.

The Jaguars already beat the Steelers at the same venue earlier this season but could it happen again?

According to the Jaguars brass, the team is up for the challenge.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger can’t usually find his grove this time of the year, and he will have a healthy Antonio Brown.

Fans in the “STEEL CITY” will be out in full force, what makes this one intriguing is the Jaguars have the talent to compete.

The Minnesota Vikings will host New Orleans in the final game of the divisional weekend.

Just like the first game, these two teams have already met this season with Vikings coming away victorious.

There is plenty of incentive for the Minnesota Vikings; they could be the first team in NFL History to play a Super Bowl at their home stadium.

New Orleans is a different team than they were earlier in the season.

Charliessports is ready to accommodate the generic fan or regular sports bettor with winning NFL Playoff Predictions.

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