The Tennessee Titans will travel to Kansas City, and the Green Bay Packers will return to San Francisco for Sunday’s conference championship games. Both home teams are favored by at least a touchdown, and favorites covered in three of the four Divisional Round games last weekend.
Four of the NFL's best quarterbacks will face off this Sunday in the league's two Divisional Round games. Young studs Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson will take the field in the AFC matchup, while Super Bowl winners Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson will go in the NFC game.
The No. 1 seeds in both conferences, Baltimore and San Francisco, will be in action Saturday against opponents coming off significant upsets. Tennessee defeated last year's Super Bowl champ, New England, and Minnesota derailed New Orleans. Both Saturday games are eligible to be high-scoring affairs.
Two of the best offenses in college football history will square off in the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday in New Orleans, and both teams enter 14-0.
Who will advance (and cover) this weekend in the NFC Wild Card games? BetAmerica analyst James Scully has you covered!
New England will make a rare appearance as the No. 3 seed, after it earned a first-round bye the last eight seasons, and the Patriots are one of two top defensive teams in action this weekend, along with Buffalo. Houston and Tennessee will need to get things going offensively to prevail.
The Gator Bowl on January 2 features a clash between the Big Ten and SEC. Indiana won eight games for the first time since 1993, finishing fourth in the difficult East division behind Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan. Tennessee came on strong after starting the season 1-4, winning the final five games to finish third in the East division at 7-5.
A pair of powerhouse programs from the Big Ten and SEC will meet in the Citrus Bowl in Gainesville, Florida on Wednesday, January 1. Both are coming off bitter losses to conference rivals in their respective season finales.
The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California is the granddaddy of them all. This year's eagerly anticipated game matches Pac-12 Conference champion Oregon against Big Ten Conference runner-up Wisconsin on Wednesday, January 1.
The NFL regular season may be coming to a close, but significant stakes exist for teams like Green Bay, which still has the opportunity for a first-round playoff bye. James Scully examines the Packers' upcoming clash with the Lions as well as four more Week 17 skirmishes.