With fewer games for the sportsbooks to cover in Wild Card Weekend, your chances of finding bad lines on player props decreases. This means you have to look a little harder. But not to worry, SBD’s Editor-in-Chief Matt McEwan has done the work for you. See all the available player props for the weekend and get Matt’s best bets here.
Prop wagers are offering odds on which NFL teams are likely to draft top NCAA prospects Devonta Smith, Justin Fields, Mac Jones and Kyle Trask.
The NFL playoffs kick off this weekend with six Wild Card matchups. Teams have faced no shortage of injuries this week, but with seasons on the line, few key players have been ruled out. Here’s a look at the players on the injury bubble entering the weekend, and what impact their status has had on the Wild Card Weekend odds.
From Russell Wilson’s total completions to Chris Carson’s rushing yards, Robert Duff looks at the best player props to bet on Saturday, Jan. 9th, 2021, when the LA Rams visit the Seattle Seahawks as part of Wild Card Weekend.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Football Team will square off on Wild Card Weekend in one of the more intriguing contests on the board. Is Tom Brady and the Bucs the best bet or is there value on Washington?
Which teams have the best chance to pull an upset on Wild Card Weekend? See what to add to the card here.
Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs went on a tear to finish the 2020-21 NFL regular season. Can Diggs recreate the same magic in the playoffs against the Colts? See odds for all team and player prop bets between the Bills and Colts here.
The Rams and Seahawks meet Saturday afternoon in an NFC Wild Card intra-division showdown. Can Seattle hold off Aaron Donald and co. at home?
Can the Buffalo Bills win their first playoff game since 1995 when they host the Indianapolis Colts on Wild Card weekend? John Perrotto sets out the odds and analyzes the best bet.
The wildest Wild Card weekend in NFL history is upon us. A record six games are on tap as the NFL kicks off the 2020-21 postseason and oddsmakers have released odds for who will have the most passing, receiving and rushing yards this weekend.
Before you fill out your 2021 NFL playoff bracket, have a look at who SBD’s experts are taking. Only two of the six have the heavily favored Chiefs to win Super Bowl 55. See all their picks here.
The Buffalo Bills are 8-0 ATS in their last eight games and now face the Indianapolis Colts as 6.5-point home favorites. We’re taking Buffalo as one of our top Wild Card Weekend picks against the spread. See the rest here.
Odds predict each of Darnold, Winston and Stafford will remain with their current teams this offseason. Will they do so? We have the odds for their potential next teams here.
The Washington Football Team have emerged as the early frontrunners in the odds to be Cam Newton’s next destination, perched as +110 favorites. However, the Football Team are not alone as potential suitors for Newton. Here’s a look at all the odds on where Newton will land, and the factors that could determine the next step in his NFL career.
Is Urban Meyer a lock for the Jacksonville Jaguard Head Coaching job? He’s the heavy favorite as interviews continue.
Antonio Brown’s contract expires at the end of the season and he can become a free agent. However, oddsmakers have installed the Buccaneers as the odds-on favorite to re-sign Brown. Will he return to Tampa?
The NFL playoffs are here, kicking off with Super Wild Card Weekend. We look at the lines for all six games, address key injuries and analyze the matchups to give our best betting advice for each.
The opening odds to win Super 55 MVP have been posted and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is favored. Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen are also among the top contenders. John Perrotto sizes up the field and offers some value plays.
After Lynn Fired, See Odds on Chargers’ Next Head Coach – Brian Daboll and Joe Brady Among Favorites
Brian Daboll (+275) and Joe Brady (+325) are the favorites to be the next head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers. Anthony Lynn was fired Monday.