2013 NFL Playoff odds and lines: Seahawks vs. Redskins

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The Seattle Seahawks are 3-point favorites on the road against the Washington Redskins in the NFC Wild Card Round.

Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson will square off in a battle of rookie quarterbacks when the Washington Redskins host the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Wild Card Round on Sunday afternoon at FedExField. The oddsmakers are giving Wilson and the Seahawks the edge on the road, as Seattle is a 3-point favorite according to OddsShark. The total is currently set at 46 points.

Seattle enters the postseason on a five-game winning streak. In three of those five games, the Seahawks scored at least 42 points and won by at least 29 points. On the year, Seattle holds a point differential of 10.4.

Washington is riding an even bigger winning streak, as they have won seven in a row after starting the season 3-6. The Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys in a win-or-go-home battle in Week 17.

Both Seattle and Washington have gone 11-5 against the spread this year. The Seahawks are 4-4 against the spread on the road, while the Redskins are 5-3 against the spread at home.

Washington beat Seattle last year 23-17, but the additions of the two phenoms at quarterback has drastically changed the look of both teams.


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