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8:15pm EST

Seattle +2
Dallas -2

Over 44 (-110)
Under 44 (-110)

Community Picks: Seattle 45% vs Dallas 55%

Seattle and Dallas Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Russell Wilson won a wild-card game with Seattle as a rookie, a Super Bowl in his second season and another NFC championship the third time around. The best Dak Prescott can hope for with the Dallas Cowboys is to join Wilson on that list of title winners in his third year, a quest that will start with the first playoff meeting of quarterbacks with quite a bit in common. Both were mid-round draft picks who became instant NFL success stories. Continue to Article
January 05, 2019 2:43:am EST
Yet throughout his time there, Carroll still can't get used to how his team has to take the field inside Jerry World — which he compared to being inside of a nightclub. Who knows when the last time the 67-year-old coach was in an actual nightclub. He does kind of have a point, though. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 6:53:pm EST
Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans How can the Colts win? The Colts did for Houston in week 14 thanks to three magnificent quarters from Andrew Luck and a monster game from TY Hilton, who finished with 199 yards from nine receptions despite playing with a dodgy ankle. Hilton is still playing through that pain, but if he's able to win the battle with the Texans' secondary then Indy should enjoy a very fruitful day. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 9:55:am EST
The first 2019 NFL playoff game to livestream on the Yahoo Sports app (IOS and Android) will be Saturday's afternoon contest in the AFC between the sixth-seeded Indianapolis Colts and the No. Houston Texans, a game that kicks off at 4:35 ET. Users can download the app and watch the game regardless of mobile network. Continue to Article
January 04, 2019 12:06:am EST
The Seattle Seahawks are a little healthier than it appeared at the beginning of the week heading to Dallas for its NFC wild-card game against the Cowboys. Seattle wrapped up practices at home on Thursday with the news that starting cornerback Shaquill Griffin is expected to be available against the Cowboys, while starting guard J.R. Sweezy will be a game-time decision. Only two players landed on Seattle's final injury report - fullback Tre Madden is doubtful, and Sweezy is questionable - a drastic improvement from the beginning of the week that saw seven players sit out practice on Tuesday due to a variety of injuries. Continue to Article
January 03, 2019 7:37:pm EST
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