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Other than the season opener, the day Football Betting fans look forward to the most is the first day of Wild Card Weekend, which marks the official beginning of the NFL Playoffs and the first step on the road to the Super Bowl.

The NFL postseason kicks off with the heavily favored New Orleans Saints taking on the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday at Qwest Field (4:30 pm ET, NBC).

NFL Odds at have the Saints as an 11-point, -600 moneyline favorite and the over/under at 44.5.

Some may be surprised to learn the teams are dead-even in the head-to-head series, at 3-3 SU and ATS in the past six. New Orleans beat Seattle 34-19 as an 11-point home favorite on Nov. 21 this season.

Up next Saturday is the New York Jets and the Indianapolis Colts battling at Lucas Oil Stadium (8:20 pm ET, NBC).

The Colts are a 2.5-point, -145 moneyline home favorite and the total is at 44.5 in NFL Betting at

Indianapolis is 6-4 SU but 4-6 ATS in the past 10 meetings, the last one coming in the AFC Championship last January, a 30-17 Indy win as a 7.5-point home fave.

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium (1 pm ET, CBS).

Baltimore is a 3-point, -155 moneyline favorite and the total’s at 41 in NFL Playoff Odds.

Head-to-head, the teams are 3-3 SU and ATS in the past six.

And finally, the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles clash in the Wild Card finale Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field (4:30 pm ET, FOX).

The Eagles are a 2.5-point, -145 moneyline favorite and the over/under is at 46 in  NFL Playoff Betting.

Philadelphia is 6-4 SU and 7-3 ATS in the past 10 meetings, but lost 27-20 in their last meeting in the season opener in September.

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