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Sit back, buckle up and get ready for the 2020 NFL Playoffs. Four huge games are lined up this week and there are tons of sharp bets waiting for you to cash in on. As always, Ryan and Adam are back with in-depth analysis, odds and free picks for the NFL Divisional Round.
This week the guys are taking a deep dive into all four games. Spreads, moneylines, totals, and props are all on the table. If you plan to bet on the NFL Playoffs this week, make sure to watch this episode.
Despite missing on his Best Bet last week when the Saints somehow failed to cover against the Vikings, this week Adam is betting the farm on the biggest spread on the books. Adam is taking the Chiefs to cover the 10-point spread against the Texans. Kansas City had some ups and downs this season but Adam expects them to enter the playoffs guns blazing. Adam is confident that KC’s potent offense will be too much for Houston to contain, regardless of whether JJ Watt is able to rally the troops
Luckily Adam has some money to throw around after smashing a three-leg parlay last week on both Marshawn Lynch and DK Metcalfe finding the end zone and Seattle on the moneyline.
Ryan is now riding a three-week hot streak of successful Best Bets after taking the Seahawks to cover against the Eagles last week. Ryan also cashed in on props on Marshawn Lynch scoring and a Taysom Hill touchdown prop. This week Ryan is backing the Seahawks again, this time to cover the 4-point spread in Green Bay.
Before getting into the other two games on the schedule, Ryan and Adam review viewer comments from last week. Make sure to subscribe and comment to have your picks analyzed and your questions answered next week.
In the matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the San Francisco 49ers, both Ryan and Adam are in agreement that the smart money is on San Fran to cover. Minnesota has momentum but the 49ers are on track for a spot in the final four and will be able to win this game by at least a touchdown.
Ryan and Adam are looking at the Titans to cover against the Ravens but if you’re thinking of the money line, the sharp money is definitely on Baltimore. It’s a big 9.5 point spread and even though the Ravens are a big favorite, the majority of the public money is going to Tennessee on the spread.
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