Dolphins vs. Steelers AFC Wildcard Playoffs Betting Preview

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Gambling911.com has your Dolphins vs. Steelers AFC Wildcard Playoffs betting preview with LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING available right up to the final minute of play for this game.

MIA DOLPHINS +10 o45.5 +380

PIT STEELERS -10 u45.5 -480

The biggest favorite in the 4 NFL Wild Card games this weekend is the Pittsburgh Steelers who are 10-point favorites against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Jan 8th, on CBS.

The Dolphins have not won a playoff game in nearly 2 decades and they will be facing a Steelers team that comes in red-hot, having won their last 7 games in a row

Miami Dolphins 10-6 SU, 8-6-2 ATS, 12-4 over/under

Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5 SU, 9-6-1 ATS, 6-10 over/under

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Odds to win 2016-17 Super Bowl LI (2/5/17)

Team      Odds

New England Patriots    8/5

Dallas Cowboys    15/4

Pittsburgh Steelers 9/1

Green Bay Packers       9/1

Atlanta Falcons      19/2

Kansas City Chiefs       10/1

Seattle Seahawks 14/1

New York Giants    18/1

Houston Texans     90/1

Miami Dolphins      90/1

Detroit Lions    90/1

Oakland Raiders    115/1

Odds to win 2016-17 NFC Championship (1/22/17)

Team      Odds

Dallas Cowboys    3/2

Atlanta Falcons      7/2

Green Bay Packers       7/2

Seattle Seahawks 11/2

New York Giants    9/1

Detroit Lions    45/1

Odds to win 2016-17 AFC Championship (1/22/17)

Team      Odds

New England Patriots    1/2

Kansas City Chiefs       4/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 17/4

Houston Texans     40/1

Miami Dolphins      50/1

Oakland Raiders   65/1

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