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2018 Wildcard Playoffs Betting Odds Sunday: Bills-Jaguars, Panthers-Saints

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Jan/07/2018

It's hard to see all four underdogs covering in the NFL Wildcard Playoffs this year but we're seeing that potential come to light Sunday with both games featuring overlays.

Regarding the Bills-Jaguars game, the NFL Betting Power Ratings suggest a line of Jaguars -6 to -6.5.  The overlay is by around 3 points here.  The line has trended from -7 to -9 at some books with balanced action. 

Action was balanced and as of Sunday morning, the line was all over the place, having dipped to -8 at some books.  None had the number at -9.

The later showdown between Carolina and New Orleans also featured an overlay as the general public was expected to be all over the Saints after they dismantled the Panthers over two games this season.  But truth be told, the series has been close in half the games over the past ten meetings.

There is a 2 point overlay here as the Saints should only be a -5 point favorite.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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