NFL Betting: Wild Card Weekend Trends

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are 5-0 ATS in their last five home playoff games as they prepare to host the division-rival Baltimore Ravens on Wild Card Weekend and we take a look at the NFL betting trends for the first round of the playoffs.

The Steelers are also 5-1 both SU and ATS overall in their last six home games, and 7-0 SU in their last seven home games against AFC North teams. The Ravens are 5-0 ATS in their last five playoff games, but just 1-6 both SU and ATS in their last seven road games against teams from the AFC North and 1-4 ATS in their last five games against the Steelers.

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The Cincinnati Bengals are 0-6 both SU and ATS in their last six playoff games as they go on the road to face the Indianapolis Colts this weekend, and 2-8 SU and 4-6 ATS in their last 10 games against Indy. The UNDER has gone 13-2 in the Colts’ last 15 home games against teams from the AFC North.

The Detroit Lions are 0-7 SU and 0-6-1 ATS in their last seven playoff games heading into their game in Arlington against the Dallas Cowboys this weekend, with the Lions also 2-8 ATS in their last 10 road games and 3-6 ATS in their last nine games against the Cowboys. The OVER is 7-1 in the last eight games between the two teams.

And the Arizona Cardinals are 8-3-1 ATS in their last 12 road games as they travel to Carolina to face the Panthers this weekend. Overall Arizona is 11-4 ATS in its last 15 games, while Carolina is 0-3 both SU and ATS in its last three playoff games. The UNDER is 5-0 in the Panthers’ last five home games, and 6-2-1 in Arizona’s last nine road games.

Wild Card Weekend NFL Betting Trends

Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers
Cardinals 2-0 SU & ATS last 2 meetings with Panthers (both at home)
Cardinals 5-1 ATS last 6 playoff games (4-2 SU)
Cardinals 8-3-1 ATS last 12 road games (7-5 SU)
Cardinals 11-4 ATS last 15 games
Cardinals 2-12 SU last 14 road games vs. NFC South (5-9 ATS)
Panthers 0-3 SU & ATS last 3 playoff games
Panthers 1-3 ATS in last 4 home games
OVER 6-1 in Arizona’s last 7 playoff games (4-0 L4)
UNDER 4-1 in Arizona’s last 5 road games vs. NFC South
UNDER 6-2-1 in Arizona’s last 9 road games
UNDER 5-0 in Carolina’s last 5 home games
UNDER 5-1 in Carolina’s last 6 home games vs. NFC West

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers
Ravens 5-0 ATS last 5 playoff games (4-1 SU)
Ravens 1-6 SU & ATS last 7 road games vs. AFC North
Ravens 1-4 ATS last 5 meetings with Steelers (2-3 SU)
Steelers 7-0 SU last 7 home games vs. AFC North (6-1 ATS)
Steelers 5-0 ATS last 5 home playoff games (4-1 SU)
Steelers 5-1 SU & ATS last 6 home games
OVER 4-0 in Baltimore’s last 4 road games vs. AFC North
OVER 6-3 in Baltimore’s last 9 road games
OVER 11-0 in Pittsburgh’s last 11 home playoff games
OVER 8-0 in Pittsburgh’s last 8 playoff games
OVER 9-3 in Pittsburgh’s last 12 home games

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts
Bengals 0-6 SU & ATS last 6 playoff games
Bengals 2-8 SU last 10 meetings with Colts (4-6 ATS)
Bengals 4-1 SU last 5 road games (3-2 ATS)
Colts 9-2-1 ATS last 12 home games (10-2 SU)
Colts 8-2 SU & ATS last 10 home games vs. AFC North
Colts 1-4 SU & ATS last 5 playoff games
UNDER 6-0 in Cincinnati’s last 6 road games
UNDER 4-0 in Cincinnati’s last 4 road games vs. AFC South
UNDER 13-2 in Indy’s last 15 home games vs. AFC North

Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys
Lions 0-7 SU last 7 playoff games (0-6-1 ATS)
Lions 2-8 ATS last 10 road games (3-7 SU)
Lions 3-6 ATS last 9 meetings with Cowboys (4-5 SU)
Lions 3-1 SU & ATS last 4 road games vs. NFC East
Cowboys 0-4 ATS last 4 home games vs. NFC North (1-3 SU)
Cowboys 1-7 SU last 8 playoff games (2-6 ATS)
Cowboys 1-3 SU & ATS last 4 home games
OVER 7-1 in last 8 meetings (5-0 L5)
OVER 11-3 in Detroit’s last 14 road games vs. NFC East
UNDER 7-1 in Detroit’s last 8 road games
OVER 6-1 in Dallas’ last 7 home games vs. NFC North
UNDER 3-1 in Dallas’ last 4 playoff games
UNDER 6-2-1 in Dallas’ last 9 home games

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