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Welcome to the Divisional Playoffs, where the NFL Final Four will be determined. This weekend, the #1 seeded Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are in action and will face several teams that have had trouble at Super Wild Card Weekend and want more.

Like every week, we’ve gathered all the best betting tips and content from and SportsLine and put them in one place, so you can get tips from our CBS Sports experts, as well as additional content for each game, including picks from top SportsLine experts and the SportsLine projection model, our employees’ best bets and more. Ready? Let’s jump in.

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs

Time: Sat, 4:30 p.m. ET (NBC), broadcast on fuboTV (try it free) Open: Chiefs -9, O/U 52 See the article : Algorithms predict the movements of sports teams with 80% accuracy | Cornell Chronicle.

Featured Game | Kansas City bosses vs Jacksonville Jaguars

Scoring 8.5 points with a team like Kansas City that has struggled to move away from the clubs this season seems like a precarious way to go down, but the Chiefs feel like a team that’s just been waiting to flip the switch.

“After saying goodbye, they start another round of playoffs with Patrick Mahomes, who played at the MVP level for the rest of the year. He has a mismatch with Jacksonville’s defense, which can see him cut his way on the field. The Jags allowed for an NFL-record 6.8 yards per attempt, with throws coming in less than 2.5 seconds. Mahomes, meanwhile, led the NFL season in the EPA in dropping with less than 2.5 seconds per shot. One of his main targets, of course, will be Travis Kelce, who is now dealing with a Jacksonville defense that has allowed him to tie for third in receiving yards and third in receiving yards this season. Translation: K.C. should be able to move the ball freely.

“When these teams met in Week 10, the Chiefs were able to beat the Jaguars 10 and even 20 at halftime. Two second-half substitutions in this match made things look a bit closer than they actually were. as long as Mahomes doesn’t let the turnover get out of hand this weekend, Kanas City should be thriving.

“This matchup is also another matchup between Andy Reid and one of his former assistants, Doug Pederson. Reid has an outstanding track record in his coaching tree, including a 4-0 record in the playoffs.”

CBS Sports’ Tyler Sullivan points to history as the reason he takes the favorites to cover the spread this week in Kansas City. To read its round column of divisions, click here.

“I don’t think they (Jaguars) beat the Chiefs. Simply do not. But I think they will spin. I think they will score offensively. main problems. Block Chris Jones and you’ll score. Dot. End of the story. I know it’s a big thing to do, but if you block him, you get points. So I think Jacksonville will score, I think they’re going to spin the game, but I think the Chiefs will win. So I’ll take Jaguars AND over as two of my best bets in this game.

This is a shot of Pete Prisco from the Pick Six podcast where he, R.J. White and Will Brinson shared all the games from a gambling point of view and gave their best bets on Thursday – as they do every week. Listen below and subscribe to great NFL content daily on your feed.

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New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

Time: Saturday, 20:15 ET (Fox), broadcast on fuboTV (try it for free) Open: Eagles -7. This may interest you : Washington, Texas A&M Picks Up Major Wins For College Football Week 3 Headline.5, O/U 47.5

Featured Game | Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

“On paper, it looks like this game could turn into a blast: The Eagles have better offense, better defense, and a healthy Jalen Hurts is better than Daniel Jones. And like I said before, I’m NOT going to overdo it all this week, and the most notable thing about this game is that these two teams have already played twice this season, with the Giants winning 70-38.

“When two divisional rivals meet in the playoffs, I don’t necessarily pay attention to what happened in the regular season, but in this game it’s hard to ignore. The Eagles have beaten the Giants twice this year, winning 48-22 and 22-16, and yes, I count the latter score as a blast because it was 19-3 halfway through the fourth quarter.

“Apparently, beating a team three times in one season should be hard, but I wanted to find out, so I decided to do some research (actually, it’s just emailing our research department, so there’s not really a lot of work to do with on my part, so don’t feel sorry for me).

“Anyway, since 1970, a total of 24 teams have won 2-0 against a divisional opponent in the regular season and then faced them again in the playoffs, and these 24 teams won 15-9 in game three, which means 62.5% of the teams ended the three-match streak but it also means the 0-2 team won the third match 37.5% of the time and I guess what I’m trying to say here is that’s what I did all the research for nothing because that’s for little information to help me choose this game.

“The Eagles are big favourites, but I’m not sure I can trust them now, mainly due to the fact that I’ve seen them play three bad games in a row to end the season.

“By the time this game started, Jalen Hurts had only played one game in the last month and he didn’t look good in that game. Also, during the Eagles’ win in Week 14, the Giants missed three starters – – DL Leonard Williams, CB Adoree’ Jackson, S Xavier McKinney – all of whom could make a huge impact this week. I mean, just look at what Jackson did to Justin Jefferson during the wild card round.

“I’m not saying the Giants are this year’s team of destiny, but I’m starting to feel that way. The last THREE times the Giants won a playoff opening game, they ended up in the Super Bowl, and I’ll say Saturday night they’re going to take a step closer by shocking the Eagles.

John Breech will lead the underdog Giants to victory! To read his circular division column, click here.

Before you lock in Giants vs. Eagles or any other NFL predictions, you HAVE to see which side R.J. White is on. Fantasy and Gambling Editor for CBS Sports, White consistently crushes picks against the spread and hit 445-378-24 in his ATS picks in 2017-21, which brought punters $2,542 to $100. He also has an amazing 39-19 in his last 58 picks involving the Giants, returning $1,679 for $100.

We can say that White is slightly under total, but to check out his official pick, head over to SportsLine.

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Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills

Time: Sunday, 15:00 ET (CBS), stream on Paramount+ (click here) Open: Accounts -4, O/U 50 Read also : Florida State Sports Notebook Miami Virginia North Carolina Notre Dame Duke Pitt Women’s Soccer.

Featured Game | Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals

“This is the game of the weekend if you love the quarterback game. Joe Burrow vs. Josh Allen. We thought we would see this match in Week 17, but the match was canceled after Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest. It was the right decision to make, but also why this game is in Buffalo. Had the Bengals won that game and led early, this contest would have been held in Cincinnati. That’s how it is in Buffalo. Neither team looked good last week with backup quarterbacks and both struggled to advance. I think both will play better here. The Bengals are having issues with their offensive line, possibly three starters dropped out, but the Bills didn’t quite do so well on the passer last week against Miami, and Burrow gets the ball out quickly. This should be a shootout where both quarterbacks have their big days. Ultimately, I think Allen and the Bills will win in the fourth quarter.

CBS Sports NFL senior writer Pete Prisco takes the Bills to win but the Bengals to keep him close. To read his Divisional Round breakdown, click here.

“I’m sure everyone is excited about this match. The last time these two teams played, we all witnessed the unfortunate incident of Damar Hamlin. Fortunately, he recovered enough for both teams to focus on football again. Discounting the canceled bout earlier this year, this is the first meeting between Joe Burrow and Josh Allen.

“It’s probably the game of the weekend. This is the first playoff game between two teams on at least eight win streaks since the 2016 AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers. I have to say that” I am surprised that this spread is what it is. When it opened at -4 BUF, I really thought it would be bet. No.

“I expected both the Bills and the Bengals to blow their opponents away at Super Wild Card Weekend. The Buffalo-Miami Dolphins matchup particularly surprised me because Allen spun the ball three times. This year, he became the first player to lead the NFL in turnovers and playoffs since Eli Manning in 2007. By the way, Manning won the Super Bowl that year.

“If you follow my postseason bracket, the Bills are my official Super Bowl pick. I think it also helps in this matchup that the Bengals are dealing with a lot of injuries in the offensive line with Alex Cappa and Jonah Williams, so La’el Collins has already been ruled out for this year. Having said that, I want to score points with the Bengals. Am I securing my Bills Super Bowl prediction? Perhaps. But I also predicted that the Bengals would cover a Super Bowl LVI spread against the Los Angeles Rams and lose by exactly three points.

CBS Sports’ Jordan Dajani wants the Bills to advance to the AFC Championship game, but the Bengals have covered the spread. To read his columns, click here.

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Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers

Time: Sunday, 18:30 ET (Fox), broadcast on fuboTV (try it for free) Open: 49ers -4, O/U 46

Featured Game | San Francisco 49ers vs Dallas Cowboys

“The crazy thing about this game is that there’s definitely a chance it could turn into an offensive gunfight. As of Week 7, these are the TWO TOP SCORING teams in the NFL, which mainly has to do with the fact that both teams had something big happen this week: The 49ers traded Christian McCaffrey while Dak Prescott returned from injury.

“While this match could turn into a shootout, it could also turn into a defensive fight as both of these teams are ranked in the top five for the fewest points allowed in the 2022 season.

“The most compelling coaching matchup in the game is definitely Kyle Shanahan’s attack against Dan Quinn’s defense. I swear, every time these two guys are on the same court together, something crazy happens. I’m sure everyone remembers the Falcons’ epic fall in Super Bowl LI. Quinn was the Falcons’ head coach in that game and Shanahan was the offensive coordinator, so I guess we’ll finally find out who we should blame for Atlanta’s fall.

“The 49ers have been one of the best teams in the NFL this year, but I’m still not sure how they will look against a good team. The 49ers had the easiest roster strength in the NFL this year and a half, they won in the wrong division (including the playoffs, they won 7-0 against NFC West teams and 7-4 against everyone else). Also, since Brock Purdy took over the starting position, the 49ers haven’t really been tested because they haven’t really faced any good teams. Purdy looked great, but faced five teams in the regular season that finished with a combined record of 35-49- 1.

“The 49ers were the underdog last year and I picked them to upset the Cowboys. This year I’m doing the opposite. Only four rookie quarterbacks – Shaun King, Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Mark Sanchez – have ever made it to a conference title game, and I don’t think Purdy is fifth.

“And you know what, I’ll even say it all ends with a game-winning goal from a guy (Brett Maher) who can’t score an extra point.”

John Breech loves the underdogs this week and takes the Cowboys to advance to the NFC Championship match. To read its round column of divisions, click here.

“The 49ers beat the Cowboys to their spot in last year’s playoffs, so this will be a chance for the Cowboys to level things up. Dallas beat Tampa Bay on Monday night, so it’s another away game in a short week that will be a challenge for the 49ers to actually have an extra rest day as they played last Saturday. But the Cowboys seemed to find their attack against the Bucs, especially Dak Prescott. The 49ers have better defense than Tampa Bay, but the Dallas offensive will be able to move the ball. For the 49ers, it will be Brock Purdy against the pressure of Dallas. Purdy was outstanding from taking over as a five-game starter to the end of the regular season. He played well beating the Seahawks last week, but this is going to be the best defense he’s faced. The rush in Dallas can be a pain, which I believe is the case here. Prescott will be better in this matchup between the two quarterbacks as Dallas reverses the upset.

CBS Sports NFL senior writer Pete Prisco likes how the Cowboys annoy the 49ers on Sunday. To read his division round breakdown, click here.

Before you make any Cowboys vs. 49ers or NFL Divisional Round predictions, you need to see what SportsLine Senior Analyst Larry Hartstein has to say. A former head writer for Covers and The Linemakers, Hartstein combines an extensive network of Vegas sources with an analytical approach honed while working for Pro Football Focus. He entered the 2022 NFL season with an all-time 427-344 in NFL side picks (plus $3,764 for $100 players), including a 394-330 against the spread. Hartstein went 68-50 ATS and 8-3 in money-line games last season and earned $1,552. Hartstein also has a 14-4 record in his last 18 picks against the spread involving the Cowboys, meaning he is uniquely qualified to make this pick.

We can say he’s leaning towards total points, but to check out his official pick, head over to SportsLine.

Who’s in the playoffs 2023?

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Are the Cowboys in the playoffs 2023?

The 2023 NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys will take place on January 22, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. EST at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Who is in the running for Super Bowl 2023?

According to PointsBet, the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills are the first favorites to win Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs are listed with the best winning odds at 650 while the Bills are closely followed at 750.

Who won playoffs 2023?

Georgia defeated TCU, 65–7. Georgia’s 58-point win is the most lopsided victory in a College Football Playoff national championship game, the largest margin of victory in a title game, and the largest margin of victory in any FBS-level knockout game.

Where is the 2023 AFC Championship match? Jan. 20, 2023 at 6:54 p.m. ATLANTA (AP) More than 50,000 tickets were sold in the first 24 hours for a potential AFC championship game in Atlanta, the NFL announced Friday.

How many NFL teams are left in the playoffs 2023?

Here are the eight teams that remain in the playoffs after the wildcard weekend.

Who will the Chiefs play in the playoffs 2023?

Chiefs vs. Jaguars prediction, odds, line, spread, start time: 2023 NFL playoff pick from 16-6 run model. At stake will be a trip to the AFC Championship game when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Saturday’s 2023 NFL Playoffs.

Has a wildcard ever won the Super Bowl?

Since the introduction of the wild card system in 1970, only ten wild card teams have advanced all the way to the Super Bowl. Of these, six have won the Super Bowl.

Have any wild cards won the Super Bowl? Tampa Bay was the seventh wild card team to win the Super Bowl. The first team to accomplish this feat was the 1980 Oakland Raiders who defeated the Eagles 27-10 in Super Bowl 15 as the No. 4 seed.

Has there ever been a Super Bowl with two wild card teams?

As of the 2021–22 playoffs, there has never been a Super Bowl wild card game between two teams; The closest it came to this was in the 2010-2011 playoffs when the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets headed to the Cinderella races after taking the second wild card team in each of their conferences (NFC and…

When was the last time an NFL Wildcard team won the Super Bowl?

1. 1980 Oakland Raiders. In the 1980 NFL season, the Oakland Raiders were the first team in the NFL to form a wild card team and win the Super Bowl.

Has a wildcard ever won the World Series?

The following six wildcard teams have won the World Series: Florida Marlins in 1997 and 2003; the Anaheim Angels in 2002; the Boston Red Sox in 2004; cardinals from St. Louis in 2011; The San Francisco Giants in 2014; and Washington Nationals in 2019.

How many NFL teams are left in the playoffs 2023?

While the games will be decided on the field, how would we rank each of the eight remaining playoff teams? Some of these rankings calculate the path to the Super Bowl, but the level of talent in the charts plays a huge role. All NFL odds via Caesars Sportsbook.

How are the NFL playoffs going this year? In each of the two conferences – the National Soccer Conference and the American Football Conference – the four division winners advance to the playoffs along with the three wild card teams, which are the teams with the best win-loss record that do not win their respective divisions.

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