After 18 weeks of nail-biting action, the 2023 NFL Playoffs have arrived, beginning with Super Wild Card Weekend. Caesars Sportsbook has Wild Card Weekend NFL spreads as slim as one point for Chargers vs. Jaguars (+1.5) to as large as 11 for Bills vs. Dolphins (+13.5). Before making any NFL picks for Super Wild Card Weekend, be sure to see what the SportsLine Projection Model has to say.
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Now, the model has evaluated the latest odds from Caesars, simulated every snap for Super Wild Card Weekend of the 2023 NFL playoffs, and the results are in.
We can tell you one of the model's strongest Wild Card Weekend NFL picks is that the Ravens (+8.5) cover the spread against Cincinnati well over 50% of the time. The model also says the Over (43.5) hits in well over 50% of simulations.
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