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NFL Wild Card Betting Bonanza

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Dec/29/2008

The NFL Playoffs kick off this weekend and betED.com has odds for all four Wild Card matchups.  Let the betting frenzy begin at betED.com - offering some of the best free cash bonuses in the business. 

It all gets started with the Atlanta Falcons visiting the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday (4:30 pm ET, NBC). The Falcons are 2.5-point favorites in NFL Betting Lines at betED.com. The over/under total is 50.5.

Atlanta has a slight edge over the past seven head-to-head meetings, going 4-3 SU and ATS in that span. The teams last squared off on Dec. 23 last season, when Arizona won 30-27 at home. The Cardinals failed to cover the 11-point spread and the score went over the total of 43.5.

Next up is the surging Indianapolis Colts facing the Chargers in San Diego on Saturday night (8 pm ET, NBC).

The game is listed as a pick'em at betED.com, and the over/under at 51.

Both teams have won five of the past 10 meetings. San Diego has a 6-4 ATS edge in those meetings. The rivals last squared off on Nov. 23 this season, when the Colts won 23-20, covering the 2.5-point road spread. The score went under the total of 49.

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens visit the resurgent Miami Dolphins (1 pm ET, CBS), with the Ravens favored by 3.5 points and the total at 37.

The Dolphins are 5-3 SU and ATS over the past eight meetings, but lost 27-13 the last time the teams faced off on Oct. 19 this season. Miami had been a 3-point favorite and the score went over the total of 35.5.

The final Wild Card matchup has the Philadelphia Eagles visiting the NFC North champion Minnesota Vikings (4:30 pm ET, FOX).

The Eagles are a 3-point favorite and the total is 42.

Philadelphia has dominated the past five meetings, going 4-1 SU and ATS. The teams last squared off on Oct. 28, 2007, when the Eagles won 23-16 as 1-point road favorites.

Bet the NFL Playoffss at betED.com

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