NFL Super Wild Card Weekend picks, odds, how to watch, stream: Expert best bets against the spread, more

NFL Super Wild Card Weekend picks, odds, how to watch, stream: Expert best bets against the spread, more and SportsLine break down every single game in Super Wild Card Weekend


The race to Super Bowl LVI begins now. We are on the doorstep of Super Wild Card Weekend in the NFL with six games on the slate that stretches from Saturday all the way to Monday night. And what's the only thing that makes playoff football better? That's right -- betting on playoff football! If you want to stay sharp over the course of the weekend and are looking for a bit of help doing so, you've come to the right place.

Each week, we collect all of the best picks and gambling content from and SportsLine in one place, so you can get picks against the spread from our CBS Sports experts as well as additional feature content for each game, including plays from top SportsLine experts and the SportsLine Projection Model, best bets from our staff, and more.

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Raiders at Bengals

Time: Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET (Fox), stream on fuboTV (try for free)

Open: Bengals -6.5

Current: Bengals -5

R.J. White, a CBS Sports fantasy and gambling editor, has cashed huge twice in the world's most prestigious football handicapping competition, the Las Vegas SuperContest. Naturally, you'll want to which way he is leaning in this matchup between the Raiders and Bengals, a game where he has found a crucial X-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-bet. To see what that is and what White's pick is, head on over the SportsLine. Below we'll take a look at some of our other experts' picks.

"For once, the Bengals actually have a few things working in their favor heading into a playoff game. Not only will the weather be cold, but they're getting a Raiders team that has to fly across the country on a short week after playing an overtime game on Sunday night. If the Bengals can't win this week, this drought might not ever end.

"The Bengals' 31-year playoff losing streak started against the Raiders in January 1991 and I'm going to say it comes full circle on Saturday with a win for Cincinnati." -- CBS Sports NFL writer John Breech on why he likes the Bengals over the Raiders, 30-23. To read the rest of Breech's picks, click here: