Playoff Plums. 9-0-1 Last Two Weeks. 52-30-4 For The Season. Let's Go Undefeated In The Post Season. Here Are My Wildcard Saturday Bets

Another great week last week with no losses, posting 4-0-1, putting me 9-0-1 over weeks 17 and 18 and bringing us to 52-30-4 on the season. 

Let's carry the momentum over into the postseason.

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Seattle Seahawks (9-8, 7-10 ATS) at San Francisco 49ers (13-4, 11-6 ATS) -9 (42)

Brock Purdy has not only managed games well for San Fran since coming online, he's 6-0, and thrown 13 TDs as opposed to just 3 picks. He's also covered 5 of his 6 starts. Sure, it helps San Fran has the #1 ranked defense in the league, and a healthy Christian McCaffrey, Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk and George Kittle on offense now. 

As much as I loved (and rode the shit out of) Seattle and Geno Smith to start the season, they've fallen off hard as of late. They lost five of eight down the stretch, and two of their wins came against the gawd-awful Rams. They're also 1-7 ATS in their last 8. Puke.

In their two matchups vs. the 49ers this season their offense managed one touchdown.

I think that bodes well for San Fran to cover the two scores today.

THE PLAY = 49ers - 9

Seahawks 13
49ers 28

L.A. Chargers (10-7, 11-5 ATS) at Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8, 8-9 ATS) +3 (47)

What a DISASTROUS decision last week to play Mike Williams. The Chargers cost me smashing a second straight 5 leg parlay winner in a row - I locked in at 3 for the push in the Super Contest. If you waited you likely got it at 6 in which case congrats. But Staley and co.'s decision to play their starters, then sit them, then kind of play some of them was as boneheaded as it gets. In true Murphy's Law fashion, Williams went down and now their playoff hopes are in peril. 

Why does one player throw everything up in the air for LA? Because Mike Williams totally changes this offense and opens up the entire field for Justin Herbert. He's also HUGE in the red zone for them and on 3rd down. Something they'll greatly miss today.

Joey Bosa will play but is not 100%. 

Los Angeles just played in Denver on Sunday and now they travel to Florida on a short week. 

Los Angeles went 1-5 straight-up against playoff teams this season. Puke. Their one win came against Miami.

The Jaguars also have history on their side, as home underdogs of 3 points or fewer are 8-1 ATS in the wild-card round. I like the Jags here.

THE PLAY = Jaguars +3

Chargers 21
Jaguars 23

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Good luck to everybody! Remember to bet responsibly on the Barstool Sportsbook.