Expert Picks for EVERY NFL Wild Card Game [Chiefs, Cowboys, Bucs, & MORE] | CBS Sports HQ

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Emory Hunt joins CBS Sports HQ to share his wild card picks!

0:00-2:52 Raiders vs Bengals

2:53-3:40 Patriots vs Bills

3:41-5:41 Eagles vs Buccaneers

5:42-6:48 49ers vs Cowboys

6:49-7:21 Steelers vs Chiefs

7:22-8:11 Cardinals vs Rams

8:12-13:11 Playoff Bracket & Super Bowl

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