The NFL‘s 2023 Wild Card weekend schedule This was confirmed after the regular season ended on Sunday. 14 teams made it through to the postseason. We’ve put together the best bets for the upcoming action. 

The San Francisco 49ers have been one of the NFL’s hottest teams this season, ending the regular season on a 10 game winning streak, despite season ending injuries to both Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo. They managed to win the NFC West, despite a 3-4 record in the first half.

Seattle made it into the playoffs with a win by Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers against the Detroit Lions on Sunday. They were able to claim the final NFC wildcard spot.

After a memorable season for the California outfit, the 49ers are our pick to win the Wild Card weekend and beat the Seahawks in their first game of the playoffs.

Seahawks at 49ers Odds

The Buffalo Bills are the second favorites to win this years Super Bowl, after finishing top of AFC East with a 13-3 record, and host the Miami Dolphins this weekend, who were one of the Bills’ three regular season losses back in September.

Miami only just acquired the NFC’s final wild card spot after beating the New York Jets in their final game of the regular season, and results elsewhere meant they’d be playing in the postseason, after the New England Patriots were defeated by the Bills.

Even though the Dolphins are the underdogs, there is some hope for them. With star QB Tua tagovailoa expected back from concussion protocol to be fit for the clash against Bills,

We still expect the Bills, despite this, to do the job and cover the spread, thus advancing to round two of the playoffs.

Dolphins At Bills Odds

Just a month after their Christmas Eve showdown in Minnesota, the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants met again. The Giants won narrowly 27-24.

Minnesota enters the game as the favorites. Justin Jefferson, one the best wide receivers of the NFL, was the team’s best wide receiver. He had nine touchdowns and a record 1,809 receiving yard.

We’re expecting the Vikings to cover the spread against the Giants, as Minnesota hope to reach their first Super Bowl since 1966.

Giants at Vikings Odds

Baltimore Ravens star QB Lamar Jackson is expected to return this weekend, and has not featured since he suffered a knee sprain back in Week 13 – and the Ravens could be relying on him to have any hopes of progressing in the playoffs.

The Cincinnati Bengals will try to win the Super Bowl after narrowly losing to the Los Angeles Rams last year.

Cincinnati is looking strong heading into Wild Card weekend. They have won eight straight games and have also secured back-to-back AFC North title titles. We’re going to pick the Bengals to cover the spread in Sunday night’s final game.

Ravens At Bengals Odds

The Dallas Cowboys will take on Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the final round of the Wild Card round.

Tampa Bay didn’t have their best season, and finished with a negative record of 8-9, however progressed to the postseason after topping NFC South in a very close southern division. The Cowboys finished second in NFC East with a 12-5 record.

The Bucs did in fact beat the Cowboys in the first Sunday Night Football of the season back in September, but that was a while ago now, and things have changed since and we’re expecting the Cowboys to knock the Bucs out and progress to the next round of the playoffs.

Cowboys At Buccaneers Odds

Super Bowl LVII 2023 Odds

Below are the most recent odds from the outright Super Bowl betting Market on BetOnline has seen a dramatic shift in recent weeks, as several teams have emerged and become serious candidates.


NFL betting sites Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs, are the outright favorites to win Super Bowl LVII, 2023, over the Buffalo Bills San Francisco 49ers Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals.

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