NFL Wild Card Weekend Parlay Betting Picks

NFL Wild Card Weekend Parlay Betting Picks, It is a new season in the NFL with the start of the playoffs and I am ready to start a profitable run all the way to Super Bowl 50 with a pair of winning picks for this weekend’s Wild Card Round based on NFL betting odds from GT Bets.

NFL Wild Card Weekend Parlay Betting Picks Game 1

Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans: Take Kansas City -3.5

There is no hotter team in the NFL right now than 11-5 Kansas City with a straight-up 10-game winning streak to close-out the regular season. The Chiefs have been a bit of a concern for bettors lately with a 1-3 record against the spread in their last four games after covering in the first six games of this amazing run. However, I still think you have to stick with the hottest hand come playoff time.

NFL Wild Card Weekend Parlay Betting Picks

The 9-7 Texans rallied down the stretch with three wins in a row (SU and ATS) to lay claim to the AFC South title, but they will have their hands full trying to score points on one of the league’s stingiest defenses. Houston did get Brian Hoyer back at quarterback after missing some time with a concussion, but this offense has sputtered at times all season long with a scoring average of just 21.2 points, which is ranked 22nd in the NFL. Lay the points and take the Chiefs in this one.

NFL Wild Card Weekend Parlay Betting Picks Game 2

Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings: Take Minnesota +5

Seattle has been to the last two Super Bowls, but to make it a three-peat it will have to take the longer Wild Card route this time around. The 10-6 Seahawks are in good form with a 6-1 run both SU and ATS in their last seven games, but that 23-17 loss to St. Louis in Week 16 as heavy 11.5-point home favorites still has to send up a red flag for bettors.

The Vikings’ stunning run to the NFC North title at 11-5 has been a financial boon to bettors with an NFL-best 13-3 record ATS. They finished the regular season in strong fashion with a crucial 20-13 victory against division rival Green Bay as three-point road underdogs to bring a ton of momentum into this Sunday’s home game against Seattle. Minnesota may not win this game SU, but I like its chances to keep things close enough to cover on its home field.

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