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NFL Postseason ATS Betting Odds Analysis

With the 2020 NFL postseason set to get underway on Saturday with a slate of Wild-Card matchups, now is a perfect time to take a look at the success of every team in this year’s playoffs’ NFL Postseason ATS.

If you want to know which teams are looking good against their Wild-Card ATS odds and which ones could be in trouble on opening weekend, then let’s get to my ATS sportsbook betting analysis on each of the 12 teams that will be in action in the first round.

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First, though, let’s take a look at all of the NFL odds for each opening round wild card matchup!

NFL Postseason ATS: Betting Odds

Indianapolis Colts vs Buffalo Bills

  • Saturday, 1:05 p..m. ET
  • Where: Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
  • TV: CBS

The Indianapolis Colts (11-5 SU) won four of their final five regular-season contests to reach the playoffs, but the Colts have gone 0-3 ATS over their last three games. Still, the Colts are 5-5 ATS over their last 10 games and an encouraging 5-3 ATS on the road. Indy went 8-8 ATS during the regular season and 0-1 ATS as an underdog.

The streaking Buffalo Bills (13-3 SU) enter the postseason as the hottest ATS team in either conference. Not only have the AFC East champions won six straight games, but Buffalo has gone a bankroll-boosting 8-0 ATS over its last eight games. Josh Allen & Co. finished the regular season tied with the Miami Dolphins for the best ATS mark in the league (11-5 ATS) while going 6-2 ATS at home and 7-4 ATS as a favorite.

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Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks

  • Saturday, 4:40 p.m. ET
  • Where: Lumen Field, Seattle, WA
  • TV: FOX

The Los Angeles Rams (10-6 SU) snapped a two-game SU and ATS skid by getting past the Arizona Cardinals 18-7 in their regular-season finale to reach the playoffs. Los Angeles went 9-7 ATS during the regular season. and 3-2 SU and ATS over its last five games. The Rams went 4-4 ATS on the road and 3-2 ATS as an underdog.

The Seattle Seahawks (12-4 SU) got hot at the right time by winning its final four regular-season games and six of its last seven overall. Russell Wilson & Co. went 8-8 ATS overall while also going 6-2 ATS at home and 7-7 ATS as a favorite.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Washington Football Team

  • Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET
  • Where: FedEx Field, Landover, MD
  • TV: NBC

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5 SU) won their final four regular-season games while going 9-7 ATS. The Buccaneers covered the spread in two straight and four of five while going 4-4 ATS on the road and 2-1 ATS as an underdog.

Washington Football Team (7-9 SU) got past the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 in its regular-season finale to win the NFC East. The Football Team finished 4-2 SU over its final six games while going 5-2 ATS over its last seven games. While Washington went 0-2 ATS over its final two games, the Football Team did manage to go 8-7-1 ATS during the season, 4-3-1 ATS at home, and an encouraging 7-5-1 ATS in 13 games as an underdog.

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Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans

  • Sunday, 1:05 PM ET
  • Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

The Baltimore Ravens (11-5 SU) caught fire late to make the playoffs. The Ravens won five straight to cap their regular season while finishing third in ATS victories (10-6) behind Miami and Buffalo. Lamar Jackson & Co. went 5-2-1 ATS on the road and 2-0 ATS in their only two games as an underdog.

The Tennessee Titans (11-5 SU) went 5-2 SU and 4-3 ATS over their final seven games while going 7-9 ATS on the season. Ryan Tannehill and company went 4-4 ATS at home, but just 4-7 ATS in 11 games as a favorite.

Chicago Bears vs New Orleans Saints

  • Sunday, 4:40 p.m. ET
  • Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA
  • TV: CBS

The Chicago Bears (8-8 SU) had their three-game winning streak emphatically snapped in a humbling 35-16 regular-season finale of a loss at home against the Green Bay Packers. The Bears went 8-8 ATS on the year, 5-3 ATS on the road, and 7-6 ATS in 13 games as an underdog.

New Orleans (12-4 SU) won and covered the chalk in its final two regular-season games while putting a whopping 85 combined points on the board. Drew Brees and the NFC South division champs also finished with a blistering 7-2 ATS mark over its last nine games while going an encouraging 9-6-1 ATS on the year. The  New Orleans Saints also went 4-3-1 ATS at home and 8-6 ATS as a favorite this season.

Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Sunday, 8:15 p.m. ET
  • Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
  • TV: NBC

The Cleveland  Browns (11-5 SU) narrowly got past the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-22 in their regular-season finale. They were 6-10 ATS on the year, 3-5 ATS on the road, and 2-3 ATS as an underdog.

Pittsburgh (12-4 SU) suffered all four of its losses over their final five regular-season games while going 2-4 ATS over its last six. The Steelers went 10-6 ATS on the season to finish tied with Baltimore and Green Bay for the second most ATS wins in the league. Pittsburgh went 5-3 ATS at home and 6-5 ATS as a favorite this season.

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