Top Pay Per Head for Atlanta Bookies, Agents

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Jan/07/2018

Sports bettors, bookies and agents will be demanding a top Pay Per Head for this year's NFL Playoffs, especially with Atlanta attempting to go deep and make a second straight appearance in the Super Bowl.

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Atlanta beat the LA Rams as a road underdog Saturday, advancing to the 2018 Divisional Round Playoffs, where they will face the Philadelphia Eagles on the road as a 3-point favorite.  That's because Carson Wentz will not be playing for the Eagles.

Matt Ryan passed for 218 yards and hit Julio Jones for an 8-yard touchdown with 5:48 to play, and the defending NFC champion Falcons.

Devonta Freeman rushed for an early score and Matt Bryant kicked four field goals for the Falcons (11-6).

Atlanta nearly missed the post season due to solid performances by division foes New Orleans and Carolina, both of which held better records than the Falcons by season's end.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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