A couple of shocks last weekend and we are down to the last eight. Very difficult to see anything but the four teams coming off a bye week contesting next weeks Championship games.

Vikings @ 49ers: Minnesota arrive in San Francisco off the back of a miracle win in the Superdome. They face a much tougher task this week against the multi talented Niners. Both these teams can ve vulnerable against the run but San Francisco pose more of a threat through the air against a generally under performing Minnesota secondary. Raheem Mostert is a missile when he gets into top gear. Close but the San Fran train keeps rolling

Dalvin Cook & Raheem Mostert Anytime TDs 4.4/1 PP Bet Builder

Titans @ Ravens: Derrick Henry and a stout Titans Defence may well have ended an era in New England last week but the Ravens present a whole different proposition to a declining Patriots. If Mark Ingram fails to start, that will certainly help the Titans chances. I’m on Tennessee at 80/1 but I think that dream ends here against what was undoubtably the best team in the NFL during the regular season led by a worthy MVP

Justice Hill Anytime TD 4/1

Texans @ Chiefs: Houston were taken apart in the first half by a vibrant Bills last weekend before Josh Allen let his inexperience show and DeShaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins finally had a say. Kansas run Baltimore very close as the best team in football for me. I think Mahomes will go for this early on and throw some bombs in the direction of Hill and Hardman.

Mercole Hardman Anytime TD 4/1

Seahawks @ Packers: The hardest game of the weekend to call and the only one where I give the team who played last week a chance. I believe the Packers Defence has enough to get to Russell Wilson and that alone could be enough to win the game. Green Bay will fancy the chances of Aaron Jones winning this for them.

Jimmy Graham Anytime TD 7/2

Raheem Mostert (49ers) 5/1, Mark Andrews (Ravens) 8/1, Damien Williams (Chiefs) 9/2 Two TDs or more Trixie

Jimmy Garoppolo (49ers), Lamar Jackson(Ravens), Aaron Rodgers(Packers) Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns, Duke Johnson(Texans) Over 15.5 Rushing Yards 8.9/1 acca