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2018 NFL Wildcard Playoffs Odds

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Dec/31/2017

Gambling911.com has your 2018 NFL Wildcard Playoffs Odds, all listed below.

Titans-Chiefs Wildcard Playoffs Line

The Titans make the Playoffs and will face the Kansas City Chiefs as a +7 road dog.

The Titans ended an eight-season playoff drought with their win against the Jaguars Sunday.

Marcus Mariota ran a season-high 10 times for 60 yards, the biggest a 13-yard scramble on third-and-5 at the 2:00 mark . Mariota also threw for 134 yards.

The Chiefs had already secured a spot in the Playoffs following a mid-season scare where they inched back towards the .500 mark following the best start in the NFL.

Falcons-Rams Wildcard Playoffs Line

The Atlanta Falcons demonstrated they deserved a spot in the 2018 Playoffs following a decisive 22-10 victory over Carolina late Sunday. Their fate had not yet been determined coming into this game, though even with a loss, Atlanta would have made it into the post season thanks to a Seahawks home loss to Arizona.

Matt Bryant kicked five field goals, including a 56-yarder, for all of Atlanta's second-half points while Matt Ryan completed 28 of 45 passes for 317 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown pass to Devonta Freeman on Atlanta's opening drive, and no interceptions.

The Rams enjoyed one of the greatest one-year turnarounds in NFL history, having secured a Playoffs berth prior to Week 17.

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Bills-Jaguars Wildcard Playoffs Line

The Bills did what they had to in order to break their nearly 20 year Playoff drought by beating the Miami Dolphins on the road Sunday but they needed a lot of help from none other than the hapless Cincinnati Bengals playing on the road.  Miraculously in the final minute, the Bengals managed to take the lead in Baltimore, earning the victory.  Baltimore was deprived a Playoff berth as a result despite their 9-7 record.

Jacksonville had already secured a Playoffs berth coming into Week 17.  They also captured the AFC South title.

The Jaguars host an AFC wild-card game for their first playoff game in Jacksonville since the AFC championship game in January 2000.

The Bills watched the dramatic finish of the Bengals game on locker room TVs, and then erupted.

"Everybody went crazy," said defensive tackle Kyle Williams, who is in his 12th and perhaps final season with the Bills. "I've been a wreck for 10 to 15 minutes."
His voice choked with emotion, and he wasn't the only one.

"Well I started crying, if that's a good reaction..." former Bills running back Thurman Thomas said in a text to The Associated Press.

Panthers-Saints Wildcard Playoffs Line

Two division rivals will look to advance further in the 2018 Playoffs as both suffered stinging losses in Week 17.

While the two teams had already secured a post season berth, both were jockeying for a more favorable spot.  The playoff-bound Saints (11-5) entered the day hoping to clinch their first NFC South championship in six years. They wound up winning the title despite their loss to the Buccaneers, with Carolina (11-5) losing its regular season finale at Atlanta.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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