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Tripleheader Wild Card Saturday has a very nice ring to it this year

In one of the crazier twists from the NFL COVID era, the only stadium with fans at Wild Card games today will be Ralph Wilson in Orchard Park where 6,700 -- no Andy Cuomo, he changed his plans -- fans will have passed a COVID test to gain entry. I haven't seen anything about no beer sales, so figure on Bills fans slamming beers at a solid pace as they try to soak up one game from the 2020 season to make up for all the missed Sundays watching their AFC East champions.

So no home-field advantages to speak of. Keep in mind, out of eight Wild Card games played over the last two seasons, the road team has won six times. For those of you gambling, here's something to consider. Teasing the under is 18-1-1 over the last five years on Wild Card weekend. Teasing the road team is 16-4.

As of Thursday, 80% of the Colts-Bills tickets played at FanDuel were on the Bills (-6.5). 86% of the dollars were on Buffalo. The betting public also favors the Seahawks and the Buccaneers. In case you forgot, gambling sites keep the electric on thanks to the public losing. Just saying.

• National championship game tickets are officially under $800. Stubhub is now selling upper endzone tickets for $792.

• Tesla's market cap crossed $800 billion on Friday. I'm no economic expert, but that seems to be a big deal. Apple was the first to join the trillion-dollar market cap club in 2018. Elon Musk's personal wealth is somewhere in the $200 billion range. Stop and think about that for a minute.

• You guys ready for a 110-inch Micro LED 4K TV? Samsung is expected to start selling these monsters at some point in 2021. Time to give your open floor plan the TV it has always deserved.

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Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America. Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league. Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.