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    Money line: 49ers +130 (bet $100 to win $130) | Cowboys -160 (bet $160 to win $100)
    Against the spread (ATS): 49ers +3.5, -130 (bet $130 to win $100) | Cowboys -3.5, +105 (bet $100 to win $105)
    Over/Under (O/U): 50.5, O: -115 (bet $115 to win $100) | U: -105 (bet $105 to win $100)

    would be an absolute nightmare for Cowboy Fans if the 49ers win this game.


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    I hope the Cowboys get their heads bashed in. Can't stand that organization. "America's team"

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    We don't got a college football thread so I will just say it in here, Georgia Bulldogs...impressive season. Got their revenge on Bama tonight maybe it's Georgia's year. Braves won the world series. Live it up shawk and insight f the other hawks fan on here, I forget him but he's a troll.

    Also, let's go 49ers. Get it done.

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    Are the Titans really about to sneak into the Super Bowl?

    They will play Pitt, NE, Cinn, or LV in the first round... I say they get it done regardless of who they play out those 4 ... mainly due to being rested and at home.

    That leaves KC or Buffalo in the AFC championship... which could be a coin flip considering it will be at home. KC & Buffalo have both struggled this year.

    The Titans... probably the worst #1 seed I've seen in awhile... actually has the easiest path I've seen in awhile. If they get Henry back, watch out.

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    Raiders vs. Cincinnati will be an interesting game.
    I think we will see a couple upsets maybe the Eagles, Raiders and 49ers advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomsday Dallas View Post
    49ers are capable of beating the cowboys but they are capable of getting slapped around like redskins and Eagles were. Its a difficult game to predict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duderonomy View Post
    Raiders vs. Cincinnati will be an interesting game.
    I think we will see a couple upsets maybe the Eagles, Raiders and 49ers advance.
    Raiders and especially the 49ers have a great shot at an upset. 49ers have a very good defense, the Cowboys run defense is suspect and the 49ers love to execute those creative run plays. I think if Jimmy G has a decent game they will come out victorious.

    Bucs and Chiefs are pretty much locks to win, if either team loses it will be a huge upset.

    I wouldn't be surprised at the outcome of the other games though.

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    Would love for Titans to beat Patriots and Steelers but they already lost to both this season. Beating old division rival Bengals would be cool too but Burrow is scary. Bills in a rematch of the Music City miracle would also be exciting. I would probably feel most comfortabls playing Raiders but will be excited for whoever they play.




    Edit - Titans can't play Bills unless they both make AFC champ.
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    If I had to bet on 5 games
    Chiefs 12.5
    Bengals -5.5
    Eagles +8.5
    Bills -4.5
    Rams -4

    I want the Cowboys to win but the 49ers have a good run game.

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    The Raiders' most recent postseason win was 19 years ago, a conference championship before they lost to Tampa Bay in the Super Bowl. Since then, they've managed just one playoff appearance, a one-and-done wild-card game after the 2016 season.

    The Bengals face significant pressure to end their lengthy playoff victory drought.

    Cincinnati is in the playoffs for the first time since the 2015 season, but hasn't gotten out of the opening round since the 1990 season.

    The Bengals beat the Houston Oilers on Jan. 6, 1991, in the wild-card round before losing next week to none other than the Raiders.

    Cincinnati flailed along for 15 more years before making it back in 2005. Seven postseason trips since then failed to produce a win, including five straight from 2011 to 2015.

    "That's all we constantly hear," said Cincinnati's record-breaking rookie receiver Ja'Marr Chase.

    "We're not worried about that," quarterback Joe Burrow insisted.

    The Bengals (10-7) won the AFC North with Chase the fifth overall pick in the 2021 draft and other young stars, behind the unflappable Burrow, the top overall draft pick in 2020.

    Running back Joe Mixon gained more than 1,500 yards rushing and receiving combined. Tee Higgins, a second-rounder in 2020, had 1,091 receiving yards.

    "(The Raiders) have to be ready for everything," Burrow said. "We've got Joe Mixon and that offensive line that can move people in the run game, and that's a big part of who we are as an offense and as a team. So teams have to prepare for that, as well as the freak shows we have on the outside."

    The Raiders (10-7) had to overcame several troubling off-the-field issues this season.

    Coach Jon Gruden resigned after racist, anti-gay and misogynistic comments in emails were leaked. Receiver Henry Ruggs III was cut after being charged with DUI resulting in a death. Defensive back Damon Arnette was released after a social-media video appeared to show the 2020 first-round pick threatening someone's life while brandishing multiple guns.

    Under interim head coach Rich Bisaccia, the Raiders won their last four games each decided by four points or fewer and snagged a wild-card spot with an overtime win over the Chargers in the season finale.

    "I think we've tried to develop a group of men that care about each other, know what to do and compete with relentless effort," Bisaccia said. "Also, once they learn to respect each other's work, it's an enjoyable place to come to work and to respond to whatever adversity or whatever prosperity may show up that day. It gives you an opportunity to forge your identity through the things in which you go through."

    THE REMATCH

    Cincinnati went to Las Vegas back in Week 11 and beat the Raiders 32-13. The Bengals were coming off two bumbling losses and a bye week, and the win helped put them back on track. Defense and Mixon's powerful running made the difference.

    "They're super talented, well coached," Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said. "I felt that we didn't put our best foot forward. But at the same time, I don't want to take anything away from them because they beat us. And they did a good job of stopping us and getting the ball from us and all those things."

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    Raiders go down 10-3 and Bengals kick off was headed towards out of bounds until dumbsss Raiders player grabs it before stepping out of bounds. Raiders get the ball at 2 yard line instead of penalty for good field position to start

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