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Steelers vs. Bills Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Wild Card Odds 1/13/24

Moneyline: Pittsburgh Steelers +375, Buffalo Bills -500
Spread: Steelers +9.5 (-110), Bills -9.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 33.5 points

NFL Schedule Wild-Card Round – Game info - Steelers at Bills 

2023-24 NFL Wild-Card Round Game
Pittsburgh Steelers (10-7) vs. Buffalo Bills (11-6)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Bills Stadium in Buffalo, N.Y.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Steelers at Bills Preview

What Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin has been able to do once again this season is quite remarkable. Continuing his streak of seasons over the .500 mark, Tomlin led the Steelers to a 10-7 record while fielding a rotation of quarterbacks in Kenny Pickett, Mitch Trubisky, and Mason Rudolph. At the moment, none of those three would seem to be in a position to lock down the starting role for next year, and the Steelers could well be in the market for a quarterback during the offseason. For now, however, the team’s focus is on its road trip to Western New York, where it will face the high flying Buffalo Bills.

One of Pittsburgh’s core components in winning 10 games this season has been linebacker T.J. Watt, who has once again wrecked game after game and put himself in contention for the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year award. If he claims that honor, it will be for the second time, but he won’t get a chance to help his team out this weekend.

Watt appeared to have avoided serious injury after a freak collision with a teammate during the Steelers’ Week 18 win at Baltimore, but he did sustain a Grade 2 PCL sprain that will sideline him for Wild Card Weekend at the very least.

Without Watt, the Steelers are a very different team, and their defensive front goes from being able to affect a quarterback consistently to not really worrying the quarterback at all. Watt leads Pittsburgh with 20 sacks, while linebacker Alex Highsmith is second on the team with seven. Highsmith is a capable pass-rusher, but he won’t have the luxury of knowing Watt is on his side this weekend, which could prove problematic.

The Bills staged a fourth-quarter comeback to win at Miami in Week 18, but they still don’t quite look like a Super Bowl contender yet. Despite Miami’s flaws, turnovers, and never-ending injuries, Buffalo still needed a punt-return touchdown to be the difference in a game to decide the AFC East division title. Bills quarterback Josh Allen did clean up his act in the second half after yielding two first-half interceptions, and there’s no denying that when they are on top of their game, the Bills can beat anybody in this year’s playoffs.

Allen has accounted for 44 touchdowns this season -- 29 passing and 15 rushing -- which is the most by any NFL quarterback. He’s one of the league’s best difference-makers, and since the Steelers lack a major threat on the defensive side, this game could get out of hand for them.

Steelers vs. Bills Prediction and Pick

The oddsmakers do not expect Pittsburgh to score many points in this one. With the game’s over/under total set at 35.5 points and the spread favoring the Bills by double digits, my personal concerns about this game seem in sync with the thinking of those who set the odds.

Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph has actually played pretty well since stepping into the starting role, and his performance is one of the reasons he’s still out there even though a healthy Kenny Pickett is now able to play.

That said, if the Steelers fall behind and have to chase this game -- which feels very likely on the road -- I think it gets away from them quickly.

Assume that Buffalo gets out to a 17-7 lead by scoring early and overwhelming the Steelers’ secondary. Rudolph would then need to begin pushing the football down the field, and that isn’t how head coach Mike Tomlin will want to play this game.

The Bills will likely be without Gabe Davis after the wide receiver pulled up with a PCL sprain against Miami. That’s one potential absence to keep an eye on, because Davis does a lot of things for Buffalo offensively. However, even without him, I still think the Bills will put out in front in this one and maintain a healthy lead.

The Pick: Buffalo Bills -9.5 (-110)

Dolphins vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Wild Card Odds 1/13/24

Moneyline: Miami Dolphins +195, Kansas City Chiefs -240
Spread: Dolphins +4 (-110), Chiefs -4 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 43.5 points

NFL Schedule Wild-Card Round – Game info - Dolphins at Chiefs

2023-24 NFL Wild-Card Round Game
Miami Dolphins (11-6) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (11-6)
Date: Saturday, Jan. 13
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Venue: Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
TV Channel: Peacock
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Dolphins at Chiefs Preview

The main storyline surrounding Miami’s visit to Kansas City on Saturday is already the weather, since freezing temperatures are expected to make this one of the coldest playoff games in NFL history.

In any case, it’s also a big moment for Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who now gets to return to Arrowhead Stadium after missing out on that trip earlier in the year because the Chiefs’ “home game” was played in Germany.

That game at Deutsche Bank Park in Week 9 ended with a 21-14 win for the Chiefs, but the playoffs are a whole new challenge for both teams, which have dealt with their fair share of struggles this season.

Miami must be disappointed to find itself in this situation after sacrificing home-field advantage in losing the AFC East title despite their hot start to the season. Instead, the Dolphins are now on the road, having to try and fight it out with the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs.

The Dolphins suffered back-to-back losses to end the regular season -- taking a beating at Baltimore before surrendering the lead at home against Buffalo. However, no losses have been greater than the ones suffered by Miami due to injuries.

The Miami pass rush, in particular, has been wiped off the roster, because linebackers Jaelan Phillips and Bradley Chubb both suffered season-ending injuries. Their backups, Andrew Van Ginkel and Cameron Goode, are also now hurt, and both have been ruled out for the playoff opener.

As a result, the Dolphins will roll out Melvin Ingram, a guy who wasn’t even on the roster just over a month ago, as the team's primary pass rusher on Saturday. Miami went out and signed veterans Justin Houston and Bruce Irvin as reinforcements this week.

Wide receiver Jaylen Waddle and running back Raheem Mostert both missed the Dolphins’ Week 18 game against the Bills, as did cornerback Xavien Howard. Linebacker Jerome Baker went down again during the game and has now had season-ending wrist surgery.

The main injury concern on the Chiefs’ side involves cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who has been one of the team’s most influential players this season during a rather uncharacteristic year.

On numerous occasions in 2023, the Chiefs have struggled to move the football offensively and needed their defense to bail them out. Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been dealing with a lack of difference-makers on offense. Tight end Travis Kelce has had a down year by his typical standards, and Rashee Rice has been one of the only reliable options among the team’s wide receivers this season.

It appears that the departure of Hill and former offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy in back-to-back years has caught up with Kansas City, but one can never rule out the duo of head coach Andy Reid and Mahomes when it comes to the playoffs.

Dolphins vs. Chiefs Prediction and Pick

Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa took a lot of flak on Sunday night for the interception that killed his team’s chance of beating the Bills in the final two minutes, and some of that criticism was justified. Given all the injuries to Dolphins players right now, the team will need Tagovailoa to have an All-Pro type of game, featuring perfect execution throughout.

If Miami can score a healthy number of points, it will have a chance in this game, but the weather conditions could be a major factor in terms of Tagovailoa’s ability to find receiver Tyreek Hill downfield. The Dolphins will need their run game to deliver, and if running back Raheem Mostert can’t play, the team will need to give De’Von Achane and Jeff Wilson Jr. a heavy workload in a very cold stadium.

It feels at this point that Miami is too beaten down and throttled by injuries to win a road game in terrible weather at Arrowhead. The Dolphins are a South Florida team, and Tagovailoa has never played a game in weather this cold.

I think Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes will show up for the playoffs in style. Miami will be unable to affect him much at all, which should result in a comfortable Chiefs win.

The Pick: Kansas City Chiefs -4.5 (-110)

Packers vs. Cowboys Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Wild Card Odds 1/14/24

Moneyline: Green Bay Packers +275, Dallas Cowboys -334
Spread: Packers +7 (-110), Cowboys -7 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 50.5 points

NFL Schedule Wild-Card Round – Game info - Packers at Cowboys 

2023 NFL Wild-Card Round Game
Green Bay Packers (9-8) vs. Dallas Cowboys (12-5)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Venue: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Packers at Cowboys Preview

The Green Bay Packers have been one of the NFL’s streakiest teams this season and had to win six of their last eight games to reach the playoffs. It was a bizarre second half of the year, featuring impressive wins over the Chargers, Lions, and Chiefs that had many believing the Packers were about to go on a run and dominate down the stretch.

However, that notion went away after Green Bay lost back-to-back games to the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Yet after winning their final three games, the Packers are once again looking like a dangerous wild-card team.

Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur deserves a ton of credit this season for putting quarterback Jordan Love and a very young offense in position to succeed. The Packers don’t have a starting pass-catcher over age 24, and four of their six key playmakers in the passing game this season were NFL rookies.

Dontayvion Wicks emerged as an impressive receiver during the preseason, and the 2023 fifth-round draft pick saw an increased role in the offense as the season progressed. He is joined by rookie tight ends Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft, who have had the chance to show their worth in the offense, and 2023 second-rounder Jayden Reed, a wide receiver who ended the year with eight touchdowns.

Love has proven this year that he can take over a game and win it with his arm. He has made some stunning throws, and he looked progressively more comfortable as the season wore on. He’ll now get a chance to face one of the best defenses in football on the road with very little to lose.

This is not an easy game for Dallas by any stretch, but the Cowboys have been as impressive as any NFL team this season and they stole the NFC East title late in the year while playing some of their best football under head coach Mike McCarthy.

Dallas QB Dak Prescott had a superb year throwing the football. He posted 36 touchdown passes against just 9 interceptions, which was only one touchdown shy of the career-high he set in 2021.

Prescott’s 4,519 passing yards were the third-highest total in the league. He also led the NFL in touchdown passes and settled beautifully into McCarthy’s West Coast offense scheme in 2023.

The Cowboys quarterback’s No. 1 receiver is CeeDee Lamb, the most-targeted player in football this season. Lamb had a total of 179 targets over the team’s 17 games, and he set career-highs in every receiving category. He caught 135 passes for 1,749 yards and 12 touchdowns, and it has been clear all year that when they are at their best, Prescott and his WR1 are seemingly unstoppable.

Packers vs. Cowboys Prediction and Pick

The Cowboys’ defense will need to contain Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love and his young group of receivers in order to come away with the win, but Dallas has been a top-five defense against the pass all season.

I love what this young Packers team is building, but I can’t help feeling that this is a year too soon for them to take down a team like Dallas on the road. The Cowboys have the NFL’s highest-scoring offense and they are No. 5 in the league when it comes to defending against the pass. They produce takeaways and apply pressure, which is not great for the Packers’ Love, who will probably need to lead at least five scoring drives just to keep up with the Cowboys in this game.

A road upset is not out of the question, however, and I’m going to take the Packers to cover for exactly that reason. Nevertheless, I do believe the Cowboys will pull out the win and advance.

The Pick: Green Bay Packers +7 (-110)

Rams vs. Lions Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Wild Card Odds 1/14/24

Moneyline: Los Angeles Rams +140, Detroit Lions -167
Spread: Rams +3 (-105), Lions -3 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 51.5 points

NFL Schedule Wild-Card Round – Game info - Rams at Lions

2023 NFL Wild-Card Round Game
Los Angeles Rams (10-7) vs. Detroit Lions (12-5)
Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Venue: Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Rams at Lions Preview

I have to give tremendous credit to both the Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions. I had written off the Rams this season, since the team had already moved most of the talent that brought the Super Bowl championship to L.A. just two seasons ago.

Despite these departures, Rams head coach Sean McVay and GM Les Snead quietly rebuilt the roster with exceptional draft picks -- none more so than fifth-rounder Puka Nacua, who broke the NFL’s rookie record for receiving yards in 2023.

After starting the season at 3-6, the Rams finished 10-7 to earn a spot in the postseason. The team rallied around quarterback Matt Stafford and willed itself into the playoffs despite injuries that sidelined stars such as wide receiver Cooper Kupp and running back Kyren Williams for significant time at various points in the season.

The Rams will now go on the road to take part in a fairytale story that brings Stafford back to Detroit for his former team’s first home playoff game in 30 years. It will be a surreal reunion for Stafford and his family, and it is a strange sensation knowing that he is there to spoil the party for a franchise he was part of for 12 seasons.

This season has been an electric one for the Lions. Apart from a blip in the second half of the year when quarterback Jared Goff caused too many turnovers, Detroit has been superb.

Goff deserves this moment as much as anybody, and he will also be facing his former team in this postseason game. The Lions quarterback, who spent his first five NFL seasons with the Rams, has come under endless criticism since he was drafted. Once considered a bridge quarterback for a potential incoming rookie in Detroit, Goff has proven himself to be far more valuable than that.

The Lions have an opportunity to not only host their first playoff game in three decades, but to win and go on a run to the conference’s championship game. They have as good a chance as any NFC team when it comes to challenging the San Francisco 49ers for the title, and every win from here on out would only add to the Cinderella story being written by head coach Dan Campbell’s Lions.

Detroit rookie tight end Sam LaPorta went down in with a knee injury in Week 18, and his status for the weekend is now in doubt. While he has an outside shot to play, it feels somewhat unlikely, and LaPorta would certainly be missed in the Lions’ offense.

Rams vs. Lions Prediction and Pick

These two teams might provide NFL fans with the best back-and-forth game of Wild Card Weekend. Both boast elite playmakers on offense, and two of the league's best wide receivers -- Detroit’s Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Rams’ Cooper Kupp -- will be going toe-to-toe. Throw in players such as L.A.’s Puka Nacua and Kyren Williams, as well as Detroit running backs David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs, and it’s clear that there will be plenty of elite talent on display.

Of the four games listed here, this one has the highest expected scoring total, but that doesn’t cause me to shy away from the over at all. I think we will see a great back-and-forth, high-scoring game between two teams who are both more than capable of scoring 30-plus points on Sunday night.

If I had to pick a winner I would lean toward the home team, but a line set at 3.5 points makes it tricky. Instead, I’ll take the over and look forward to a great battle at Ford Field.

The Pick: Over 51.5 Points (-110)

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