The UF Squad reveal their best selections for Sunday’s NFL Playoff action
The NFL playoff season is upon us, with six games schedule across 48 hours this weekend.
With three playoff games scheduled in on Sunday, the UF team have you covered with their best selections for the trio of matchups.
Here are their best bets for Sunday’s NFL Wild Card games.
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MIA DOLPHINS @ BUF BILLS (1:00PM ET)
The Bills begin their playoff campaign on Sunday afternoon, as they face a depleted Dolphins side that squeaked into the postseason last weekend.
Miami have been without starting QB Tua Tagovailoa since Christmas, and they will be relying on Skylar Thompson or Teddy Bridgewater in Buffalo.
Without Tua, we can’t see the Dolphins getting the better of this elite Bills team.
The Bills should get the win here and they could see touchdown machine Dawson Knox find the endzone once again here.
Knox has scored at least one TD in his last four starts and he could well be utilized here once again.
- Bills First Half Winner/End of Regulation Winner + Dawson Knox Anytime TD (+299, FanDuel)
NY GIANTS @ MIN VIKINGS (4:30PM ET)
The Giants make their first postseason appearance in six years, as they make the trip to Minnesota to face the Vikings.
Brian Daboll has stunned critics in his first season in charge in the Big Apple, leading Big Blue to a 9-7-1 record despite suffering injuries galore on the roster.
Minnesota are being tipped by many to progress here, but I feel the Giants are being brushed over a tad too easily here.
While Big Blue do not hold the depth in their roster that the Vikings do, their sheet grit and determination to grind out results in the first part of the season was admirable.
The Giants pushed the Vikings all the way on Christmas Eve, and it took a last-gasp Greg Joseph field goal for Minnesota to land the win.
If there is to be an upset in the Wild Card round, it will likely be here.
- NY Giants Moneyline (+132, FanDuel)
BAL RAVENS @ CIN BENGALS (8:15PM ET)
The Bengals reach the playoffs for the second straight year, with this year’s Wild Card round putting them up against one of the AFC North rivals.
The Ravens are without star QB Lamar Jackson, and they will be relying on backup Tyler Huntley this weekend.
Cincinnati made light work of Baltimore in Week 18, as they cruised to a 27-16 victory to secure home advantage in the NFL Wild Card round.
The Bengals should land victory again here, particularly as the Ravens are without a fair share of key personnel here.
Ja’Marr Chase could have another big game against Baltimore here, with his over line and TD combination looking the best value in this matchup.
- Ja’Marr Chase Over 73.5 Receiving Yards & 1+ TD (+200, PointsBet)