Free NFL Playoff Picks by Expert Handicappers at Mycapper.com

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A leading online sports handicapping service, Mycapper.com, will give away select NFL Wildcard playoff picks for free this coming weekend. All their NFL picks, by the world's leading handicappers, must win before clients are charged for the information.

Sports betting in the month of January will be dominated by the NFL Postseason, which produces arguably the most exciting playoffs sequence in all of sports culminating in the Superbowl.

This is also typically the time of year when expert sports handicappers such as "Big" Al McMordie and Marc Lawrence are relied upon for their vast knowledge of the NFL, and their incredible ability to pick winners. These handicappers provide the crucial edge for sports bettors as they look to take on the sports books. Now, all of the top handicappers in the world can be found at a single website -- the new sports handicapping service Mycapper (http://www.mycapper.com) -- and accessing their analysis for the NFL playoffs has never been easier.

In addition, Mycapper.com is giving away select NFL Wildcard playoff picks absolutely free of charge. Simply register as a member of the website and you can read a free NFL pick for Saturday's clash between Washington and Tampa Bay. All of Mycapper.com's sports picks come with an iron-clad guarantee so that clients only pay for the information that wins. Their full credit refund policy is unique, and a hallmark of the company's integrity.

Who will emerge this season to compete in the Superbowl? There are some great playoff games on the card already with the Jaguars playing the Patriots and the Panthers going to the Meadowlands to face Eli Manning and the Giants. All these teams know that the top-seeded Colts and Seahawks will be resting up, waiting for them at home. All that one can say for certain is that the potential to make a big score of your own by betting on these games has never been greater thanks to consensus sports handicapping services such as Mycapper.com.

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