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Chiefs, Steelers, Packers and Eagles part of this 57/1 New Year NFL acca

It's that heartbreaking time of year, the end of the regular season, but we've the perfect remedy

by David Kent | January 2, 2016

It’s the last week of the regular season, and everything is almost wrapped up. We know what teams will contest the NFC side of the playoffs, but there could still be a miracle on the AFC side. This 59/1 accumulator can help you start the New Year with a bang

Packers vs Vikings – Packers win


The NFC side of the playoffs is wrapped up, but the NFC North division is not yet, and this is a straight shootout for the third year in a row.
The Green Bay Packers are looking to tie up the #3 seed in the playoffs by taking the division for the fifth straight year, and thus clinching home advantage in the playoffs. They beat the Vikings comfortably in week 11, sacking Teddy Bridgewater six times. The Vikings themselves are looking to sneak in ahead of the Cheese, and destroyed the Giants last week. But Aaron Rodgers loves Lambeau Field, and he shines at this time of year. Packers win

Raiders vs Chiefs – Chiefs -7.5 

The Chiefs are an unstoppable machine. They’re won nine in a row and should win the division against the Raiders. At the beginning of last month, KC dismantled the Oakland defence and won by 14 points. I expect them to win again, but by a closer margain, in a very competitive game. Chiefs -7.5

Eagles vs Giants – Giants by 14+ points

Super Bowl XXXVIII New England Patriots vs Carolina Panthers 1/2/2004 A general view of Reliant Stadium after the match ©INPHO/Getty Images

Chip Kelly is gone and the Eagles are in disarray, both on and off the field. The fans have been split by the decision, and despite this game having no playoff implications, they will not want to go to the Giants. Eli Manning is better than Sam Bradford, the Giants are better than the Eagles, and that will reflect in the scoreline. Giants by 14+

Steelers at Browns – Steelers by 14+points


The Steelers should be in the playoff position right now, but somehow managed to shoot themselves in the foot against the Ravens last week. They still have a chance, against an injury-hit Browns.
This is the fifth time in the last six seasons that the Steelers and Browns meet to end the season. The Steelers have won the previous four by a total margin of 63 points. Roethlisberger and Brown will simplylast longer than the Browns secondary D. Steelers by 14+

Seahawks at Cardinals – Over 47 points

The Seahawks like the Packers and Vikings are in the playoffs – but again it comes down to seedings. The Hawks were not helped by losing to the Rams in CenturyLink Field. Rawls injured, Marshawn Lynch isn’t fully 100% yet, but the Cardinals are flying and are the dark horses for the Lombardi trophy. Arizona are going for the top seed in the NFC, so will want to put a statement out if they don’t get it it. Over 47 points is the bet to take


At 4am Monday morning, we’ll know the lineup for the playoffs, and have a better idea of who will win the historic  Super Bowl 50


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