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Our Wild Card Round predictions ended up going 2-2 as we correctly predicted huge wins for the New York Giants and the New Orleans Saints. The losses came when the Denver Broncos pulled the overtime upset over the Pittsburgh Steelers, and when the Cincinnati Bengals didn't bring their A-game against the Houston Texans. There are 4 more incredible games coming up on Saturday and Sunday, so let's get to the 2nd round NFL Playoff predictions!
Record against the Point Spread: 116-128-5
New Orleans Saints -4 @ San Francisco 49ers
These two teams have been amongst the elite when it comes to covering the point spread this year, but only one is leaving Saturday's clash with a victory. Although the Saints have been red-hot lately, you have to like the 49ers as 4-point home underdogs. New Orleans hasn't played well on the road this year and I expect the 49ers' incredible defense to force numerous turnovers. Drew Brees isn't used too pressure, and he'll make some bad decisions in the upset win for San Francisco.
Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots -13.5
The Broncos and Tim Tebow just keep making magic happen, but the fact of the matter is that they are not nearly as good as they appear. After doing nothing offensively for 3 straight games, Denver surprised Pittsburgh with some deep balls. Now that teams know that is part of what Tebow will try to do, it'll be easier to take away that facet. The Patriots will score 40+ points here and the Broncos won't keep pace. Look for a final of 42-20 or so.
Houston Texans @ Baltimore Ravens -7.5
I expected the Cincinnati Bengals to take out the Texans in the 1st round, and still don't consider Houston to be a quality playoff team despite the solid victory. Baltimore's defense will shut down anything the Texans try to do, and that will lead to turnovers and poor field position. The Ravens aren't the best offensive team in the league by any stretch, but they are playoff savvy and will be able to convert those mistakes into enough points for a comfortable victory.
New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers -8
This could be the upset of the playoffs this year because New York's defense is finally getting healthy after being dinged badly all season. Beating the Packers in Lambeau is no easy feet, but Aaron Rodgers is going to feel more pressure than he has all season long. The Giants have the passing attack to move the ball, and Green Bay's defense won't be able to pin their ears back with a lead like they are accustomed too. I'm not sure New York can get the outright win, but they should be able to keep this one within the big point spread.