Seattle over Dallas by 3

As you know, we’ve never been fond of Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett in the role of favorite, and we’re not about to change stripes today. Not with the Cowboys owning an inexcusable 2-9 SU and 3-8 ATS record in the playoffs since 1997. And not with Garrett standing 16-32-1 ATS as a home favorite, including 0-2 ATS in the postseason, as well as 1-6 ATS as a favorite of less then 3 points. With that the surging Seahawks invade behind a coach that stands 14-6 SUATS with Seattle in games against the NFC East, including 8-2 SUATS away and 8-2 SUATS in games in which Seattle owns a .600 or greater win percentage. And then there is QB Russell Wilson and his 17-6-1 ATS dog log in games against winning foes, including 10-2-1 ATS when those game opponents are coming off consecutive wins. With Wild-Card Round underdogs 6-1 ATS in games in which they were favored by more than 12 points the previous game, you know what to do.