The 2012 NFL season is in the books and we are now getting set for the 2012/2013 NFL playoffs and the run to the Super Bowl. Betting on the NFL is becoming increasingly popular and the NFL playoffs represent a fantastic gambling opportunity.

All leading online sportsbooks will be offering markets for every single game but here at Casino Online we recommend you bet with Bovada. This sportsbooks offers not only the best odds for every NFL game but also a wide range of bonuses and promotions that will make you gambling experience even more enjoyable.

While betting on the NFL can be tricky for first-time sports gamblers the team of sports betting experts at Online Gambling has done their best to help both rookie and experienced sports bettors alike.  To assist punters the leading website has complied an excellent NFL playoffs section that features statistical previews of every game this weekend. These previews are a valuable tool for NFL gamblers and will provide football fans of all levels all they need to know about every game during the NFL postseason.

The four games being played this weekend are the following:

Cincinnati Bengals vs Houston Texans

Current odds at Bovada:

Straight up

Cincinnati Bengals: +185

Houston Texans: -215

Against the Spread

Cincinnati Bengals: + 4.5

Houston Texans: – 4.5

Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers

Current odds at Bovada:

Straight up

Minnesota Vikings: +320

Green Bay Packers: -380

Against the Spread

Minnesota Vikings: + 7.5

Green Bay Packers: – 7.5

Indianapolis Colts vs Baltimore Ravens

Current odds at Bovada:

Straight up

Indianapolis Colts: +265

Baltimore Ravens: -315

Against the Spread

Indianapolis Colts: + 7

Baltimore Ravens: – 7

Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Redskins

Current Odds at Bovada:

Straight up

Seattle Seahawks: -150

Washington Redskins: +130

Against the Spread

Seattle Seahawks: – 3

Washington Redskins: + 3

Make sure you visit the NFL Playoffs Section at Online Gambling to get all the latest statistical information for every game during the NFL postseason.