2015 PLAYOFFS

2015 PLAYOFFS

source: zimbio.com

On Sunday January 4th, the second round of the 2015 NFL playoffs will be taking place at two different cities as Indianapolis and Dallas will be welcoming the Cincinnati Bengals and the Detroit Lions.

The AFC conference clash is expected to be a very interesting game as the last time the Cincinnati Bengals won a playoff game, Boomer Esiason was under center and handing the ball off to Ickey Woods. On the other hand, the Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne was given a day of rest on Friday, though he’s expected to be a full-go for Sunday’s wild-card clash against Cincinnati, according to ESPN.

Indianapolis (11-5) limited the Bengals to 135 total yards, including 32 on the ground, sacked Dalton three times and forced Kevin Huber into a team record-tying 11 punts to earn the 500th victory in franchise history.

While Indy’s unpredictable defense showed it’s capable of a shutdown day, Andrew Luck and the offense also had a solid performance. Luck threw for 344 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and a trio of backs helped the Colts finish with 171 rushing yards. source:ibtimes.com

These are a couple of videos on the latest news on the Bengals and the Colts as we approach Sunday’s games: http://www.ibtimes.com/indianapolis-colts-vs-cincinnati-bengals-prediction-betting-odds-preview-2015-playoff-1770222

http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2014-12-30/nfl-playoffs-preview-cincinnati-bengals-indianapolis-colts-afc-wild-card-round-schedule-kickoff-time-tv

Here the most updated odds on Sunday´s Playoffs Game:

Cincinnati Bengals   +3   49o

Indianapolis Colts    -3  49u

2015 FOOTBALL ACTION

2015 FOOTBALL ACTION

source: zimbio.com

On the other hand, Detroit Lions will be facing the Dallas Cowboys at around 4pm EST. The Cowboys did suffer a blow when defensive tackle Henry Melton was lost for the season with a right knee injury against the Redskins.

Detroit has dropped 10 of 11 playoff games in the Super Bowl era and its current seven-game losing streak is one shy of the tying the record held by Kansas City, which hasn’t won a playoff game since 1993.

Dallas has won once in its last eight postseason contests and fifth-year coach Garrett will make his playoff debut against Caldwell, who is 2-2 and guided Indianapolis to the Super Bowl after the 2009 season. source: cbssports.com

If interesting in doing some betting on this game, make sure to check out these betting odds:

Detroit Lions  +6.5     48o

Dallas Cowboys   -6.5   48u

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