Intriguing NFL Divisional Round Prop Bets From All 4 Games
The NFL is down to eight teams, and the marquee matchups abound including Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees, Josh Allen vs. Lamar Jackson and Aaron Rodgers’ Packers hosting Aaron Donald’s Rams. Bookies.com NFL handicapper Adam Thompson — who owns a 61% cash rate on NFL picks at BookiesEDGE, including 79% over the last month — breaks down his five favorite prop bets for the NFL Divisional Weekend.
5 NFL Divisional Weekend Prop Bets To Back
|Cam Akers — Over 70.5 Yards||-112 |
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|Josh Allen — Under 302.5 Yards||-112 |
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|Kareem Hunt — Over 31.5 Yards||-115|
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|Marquise Brown — Score TD||+200|
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|Evans/Brown/Godwin Score TDs||+1500|
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NFL odds listed are current as of publication and subject to change.
Cam Akers — Over 70.5 Yards
Akers has hit the 72-yard mark in four of his past six games. The Packers rank No. 8 in rush yards allowed but were gashed for big yards by Dalvin Cook, Jonathan Taylor and Derrick Henry. The Packers are 1-3 when allowing 140-plus rush yards; it’s the path to success for the Rams and they’ll hammer Akers as long as they can.
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Josh Allen — Under 302.5 Yards
Allen has been a beast with his arm and legs, but this is a high total vs. a team that has allowed this many passing yards just twice in 17 games and only once since Week 3. Allen has hit 300 yards in nine of his 17 games.
He’ll work here with banged-up targets versus a premier defense.
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Kareem Hunt — Over 31.5 Yards
The Chiefs have allowed an NFL-low seven TDs to running backs. But they rank 24th in yards allowed to RBs, worst among all playoff teams, at 4.6 ypc. Nick Chubb is the lead back in Cleveland, but if Hunt gets his touches he’ll eclipse this total. He has reached it in every game when he has had eight carries or more. The Browns will run a lot, hoping to keeping the ball out of Patrick Mahomes’ hands.
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Marquise Brown — Score TD
Brown has become an emerging target for Lamar Jackson. After accounting for two TDs over the first 11 weeks, Brown has hit paydirt six times in the past eight games. He didn’t vs. the Titans last week but caught seven balls for a season-high 109 yards. He has a favorable matchup in the slot vs. the Bills. The 2-to-1 odds make it worth backing.
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Mike Evans, Antonio Brown & Chris Godwin All to Score TDs
Have problems picking a Buccaneers WR to score? How about all of them! All three WRs have, on paper, favorable matchups vs. their Saints counterparts. And Tom Brady is Mr. Postseason. Tampa Bay likely will need to score early and often vs. the powerful Saints. Brady has 14 TDs to just one interception the past five weeks. Brady has seven games with three pass TDs or more; in five of those he found at least three different targets.
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NFL Divisional Round Dates, Time & TV Information
- Rams at Packers, 4:35 p.m. ET Saturday, FOX, FOX Deportes
- Ravens at Bills, 8:15 p.m. ET Saturday, NBC, Universo
- Browns at Chiefs, 3:05 p.m. ET Sunday, CBS, ESPN Deportes
- Buccaneers at Saints, 6:40 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX, FOX Deportes