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NFL Betting Odds - Ready for the NFL Playoffs?

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 05 January 2010 23:43

NFL Playoffs Odds at BSN Sports12 teams remain focused on reaching the Super Bowl Betting.

The NFL playoff begins next weekend with the round of the teams that qualified through the wild-card.

The Baltimore Ravens at New England on Sunday and later Arizona, the defending champion of the NFC, Green Bay will host a replay of the final game of the season, the Packers, with the NL wild card-winning by 33 - 7.

The playoff will begin Saturday with two repeats of the matches played at the 17 th week of the campaign: New York Jets will go to Cincinnati, then visit Philadelphia to Dallas, the NFC champion.

Those eight teams are looking for that opportunity that may lead to the final in February. In Washington and Buffalo is what has begun searching for new coaches, but the Redskins might not have to wait long. Mike Shanahan is one of the favorites to get lost since Jim Zorn.

Perry Fewell and his entire technical staff with the Bills also received word that they may start looking for work elsewhere. The same could happen in Oakland, where Tom Cable Raiders led to a 5-11 record that for some it is even worthwhile.

As for Eric Mangini in Cleveland, recently hired Mike Holmgren, to be manager of the Browns, has not yet decided who will coach the team in 2010.

Nevertheless, the damage to the coaches was not as bad as last season, when 11 of them did not make it to 2009.

Among the coaches and teams that do not have these troubles are Jim Caldwell and his Colts and the Saints, the Chargers and Vikings who conquered bye into the second round.

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