Divisional Playoff Weekend

If this was regular season, I'd take 4 dogs in these matchups. But it's not. This time of year, the better teams win, and cover. The better teams aren't always the favorites, but this year they are. Baltimore may run it up on Titans. I expect KC and SF to cover the big numbers, and best pick of week is GB to beat Sea by a TD. Sea can't run the ball and GB should just shut them down completely. It's also a good weekend to do teasers, and I don't say that any other day of season! Teasing SF to -1, KC and Bal to -3 are all reasonable spots. But remember, don't EVER EVER EVER EVER tease "across the 0". Thats a gambling unbreakable rule, like splitting 10's in blackjack! So don't tease GB. (Seattle out to +10.5 is the right teaser side there.) Teasers come into play this weekend, because there's only 4 games on the menu, so sometimes it makes sense to tease a game whey you don't want to "pass" because, well, it's almost over! Play 1) GB-4, play 2) I'tl tease SF with Bal and also with KC. When SF wins, likely open another 3) with KC/Bal. WWCD.

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