The first-ever 18 week-long regular NFL season has drawn to a close, so in this week’s episode of the Sports Fan Journal Podcast, the guys are discussing the inaugural Super Wild Card Weekend.
That’s right, it’s no longer just Wild Card Weekend - it’s SUPER Wild Card Weekend!
In the latest episode of the podcast, the guys will be previewing all six of the Wild Card Weekend fixtures. As well as the usual five Wild Card Games, there is now a sixth game on Monday night.
Are you a non-US-based lister or someone who is new to football and how the NFL works? Then not to fear, as Dan explains to our Scottish friend Mike exactly how the NFL playoffs work from start to finish.
As always, we’d encourage you to listen, subscribe and share if you want to have a bit of fun whilst enhancing your overall sports betting experience!
Check out our latest NFL Super Wild Card Weekend betting tips @ TSFJ
In addition to the podcast, we’ve also got a whole host of betting tips and prediction articles to set you off in good stead when it comes to betting on this weekend’s Wild Card games.
You can check out a complete summary of our betting picks and predictions for all six NFL Super Wild Card Weekend games right here.
On top of that, we also have three extra special expert tips from our main man JJ Noble, which you can find over on our parent site CaptainGambling.com.
Click on the links below to get to our three featured NFL Super Wild Card Weekend betting tips:
Betting in NY this weekend? Check out FanDuel Sportsbook!
As we reported last week at the Sports Fan Journal, sports betting in New York launched last Saturday with an extra-special offer from FanDuel.
All of the spreads and odds discussed on Episode 9 of The Sports Fan Journal Podcast were brought to you by FanDuel Sportsbook. And while the launch day offer is now over, new FanDuel NY customers can still grab a risk-free bet worth upto $1000 when signing up!
See you next weekend for more podcasting and NFL playoff madness!
Michael McKean is an experienced writer with a portfolio that includes work on the subjects of sport, gambling, travel and finance. With a background rooted in journalism, Michael first ventured into the professional writing world based in Switzerland, where he wrote for a number of language and travel sites and magazines before moving into the world of sports writing and gambling sites.
As an avid soccer fan, who follows everything from the Scottish lower leagues to the European elites, he has earned himself a solid reputation as a reliable football betting tipster and predictor. Outside of work, Michael has always gotten involved with grassroutes football everywhere he has worked and lived - UK, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and Brazil - and still isn’t shy when it comes to pulling the boots on himself. As well as soccer, he has also developed a love of North American sports, particularly ice hockey - a love which began in Switzerland and saw him venture across the pond to follow the NHL. Moving away from dry land, he’s also a keen longboard surfer and is happiest when writing with a view of the ocean.