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Two more Weeks to Bet on the NFL Playoffs

Written by Gaby Varji   
Saturday, 22 December 2012 06:23

Bet on the NFL PlayoffsWith two weeks left in the NFL regular season and eight American Conference teams are still in the struggle for a ticket to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Bids in the AFC divisional classification has a title (AFC North), two parking Joker and homefield advantage yet settled on joining the sixteenth week. With each set of vital importance, the momentum is essential for teams looking to the postseason.

"Everyone wants to have the best record, win the division and play at home in the postseason, but in my opinion, the team that is playing better has the best chance," said NFL Network analyst and former MVP of the NFL and former quarterback Kurt Warner. "This game is always about confidence and momentum. If you have, you will be hard to win, nobody will want to face, which gives you a distinct advantage. That starts in the regular season and want to play well for that effort. "

The Denver Broncos (11-3), who hold the longest active winning streak in the NFL betting (nine games), seek to sustain its momentum in the last two weeks of the regular season.

Denver clinched the AFC West for the second straight season and is hoping to be freed in the first round and to get home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. The Broncos host the Cleveland Browns in the sixteenth week.

 

"If you play well in the playoffs, you need to finish the regular season with a high performance," says veteran receiver Brandon Stokley Denver. "We want to continue to improve and we have not played our best football wagering. I think we all understand that once you reach the postseason, need to make sure you're playing as a team class each week. "

The largest amounts of consecutive victories to finish a regular season since 1970:

(Team - Year - consecutive wins - RESULT IN PLAYOFFS)

New England Patriots - 2007 - 16 * - lost Super Bowl XLII

Miami Dolphins - 1972-1914 * - won Super Bowl VII

Pittsburgh Steelers - 2004 - 14 - lost the title game of AFC

New England Patriots - 2003-12 - won Super Bowl XXXVIII

Houston Oilers - 1993-1911 - Lost in Divisional Playoff

San Diego Chargers - 2009 - Lost in Divisional Playoffs

* Undefeated in regular season

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