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There are 4 NFL Playoff games coming up in the opening round of postseason action and we aim to make the correct predictions on all 4 matchups. Anyone wagering $100 per game in the regular season would have won nearly $2500 if they followed all of our predictions thus far, and we hope those playing at home will have the same type of success with our NFL Playoff predictions.
Record against the point spread: 119-88
Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans -4.5
The Texans have not played well at all heading into the playoffs and you have to wonder if the defense is truly as good as they seemed earlier in the year. Cincinnati seems to be heating up at the right time but isn't truly elite at any facet of the game. Ultimately the Bengals won't be able to stop the Houston rushing attack and I expect quarterback Andy Dalton to make some costly mistakes in a comeback effort. Go with the Texans.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers -7.5
The Vikings earned their way into the NFL Playoffs with a win at home against the Packers last weekend, while in turn knocking Green Bay out of a 1st round bye. Aaron Rodgers and company can't be pleased with their poor effort and will be looking for revenge on Sunday as the series shifts back to Lambeau Field where Green Bay won against Minnesota earlier this year. The Packers won't make the same mistakes they did last weekend and should win by double digits at home in this rivalry game.
Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens -7
The Colts have gotten by with a smoke and mirrors lately and are simply not very strong defensively. They've been winning games over many of the weakest teams in the NFL and are simply not as good as they have appeared. That being said, Baltimore has plenty of holes themselves and the return of Ray Lewis won't fix the defense. Ultimately the Ravens should be able to score big points against this team while Andrew Luck and his teammates can't keep pace in a double-digit loss.
Seattle Seahawks -3 at Washington Redskins
The Redskins can score on just about everyone but will be going up against a terrific Seattle defense that will be able to slow them down. The Seahawks have been dominant over the last month of the season but they have played poorly on the road overall this year and most of their big wins came at home thanks to the extra crowd noise. Seattle is the more complete team and will win by 3 or more here since the Redskins don't have a strong enough defense to force the mistakes that plague the Seahawks when on the road.