The Divisional Round in the NFL Playoffs is here! There are only eight teams remaining and seven games left of the season. Sad, I know. However, there is a PrizePicks promo to celebrate the last packed NFL weekend of the season. Read below for this promo, which is giving away free money. We will also go over the best NFL DFS picks on PrizePicks for this weekend!
PrizePicks Promo | Divisional Round NFL Playoffs
With all due respect (and I do mean all due respect), what the hell is PrizePicks doing? I really like this NFL DFS site, but it feels like they’re trying to go bankrupt here. Well, it is what it is. This PrizePicks promo is a sweet one.
Consider this your “free square.” All Patrick Mahomes needs to do is pass for a yard and it will be a correct pick. So, all you need to do is pair this pick with one other to win three times your money. Pair it with more for an even larger payout!
CLICK HERE or the image above to claim this PrizePicks promo offer.
PrizePicks Payout Breakdown
At PrizePicks, users string together NFL DFS player props into a parlay up to five legs. These picks can be in a single stat or picking over/under fantasy football points using PPR scoring. After forming a parlay, users can select to play it using Flex Play or Power Play.
Flex Play Payout
For Flex Play, users can build a parlay up to five legs and still be paid out if one or more of their picks is incorrect. Of course, less risk means less reward, so the payout is lower:
- 2 Leg Parlay: 2 Correct = 2x Entry, 1 Correct = 0.5x
- 3 Leg Parlay: 3 Correct = 2.25x, 2 Correct = 1.25x
- 4 Leg Parlay: 4 Correct = 5x, 3 Correct = 1.5x
- 5 Leg Parlay: 5 Correct = 10x, 4 Correct = 2x, 3 Correct = 0.4x
Power Play Payout
Power Play is much like a parlay at a sportsbook, where it is all or nothing. Since the risk is higher, the payout is as well.
- 2 Leg Parlay: 3x Entry Fee
- 3 Leg Parlay: 5x Entry Fee
- 4 Leg Parlay: 10x Entry Fee
NFL DFS Picks for NFL Playoffs Divisional Round
Patrick Mahomes Over 0.5 Passing Yards
This is the PrizePicks promo, as discussed above. It’d be downright dumb to not include this in your parlay.
Derrick Henry Over 81.5 Rushing Yards
Derrick Henry is back! Coach Mike Vrabel in the past said he is not a fan of “pitch counts,” as it doesn’t let players get into a rhythm. In other words, we shouldn’t expect Henry to be too limited today. His timing is perfect, as he gets to play against a “meh” Cincinnati run defense that suffered injuries to their defensive line last week. They will not be able to stack the box with A.J. Brown and Julio Jones split out either.
A.J. Dillon Over 38.5 Rushing Yards
With temperatures low and a wind chill near zero projected for Lambeau Field, it will truly feel like the “Frozen Tundra.” Unfortunately for the 49ers, the Packers have a mammoth that will be pounding the rock during the game. These types of games are exactly why the Packers drafted A.J. Dillon in the second round last season. Look for him to fall forward on nearly every carry and rack up rushing yards. He’s totaled over 38.5 rushing yards in nine of his past 10 games as well, pointing to the over on this NFL player prop hitting.
Tyler Johnson Over 27.5 Receiving Yards
We know this Buccaneers receiving corps is depleted without both Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown. This offense also looks like it could be playing without Tristan Wirfs at right tackle, or he at least will be hobbled. To combat this, they will need to keep a tight end to block or at least chip, limiting Tom Brady’s receiving options even more. If we assume Jalen Ramsey will cover Mike Evans, then Tyler Johnson should see an increase in his workload by default.
Last weekend, he played 77% of the offensive snaps. This led to him catching two passes for 30 yards in a game that the Buccaneers dominated from start to finish. Assuming Tampa will need to be more aggressive offensively, we could see Johnson push for five or six targets in this game.
Matthew Stafford Over 269.5 Passing Yards
While Matthew Stafford is unlikely to find the end zone more than twice, he can still gain plenty of yards through the air. The Rams offensive line is likely going to have troubles against Tampa, especially with Andrew Whitworth out. The Buccaneers’ run defense is stout, but the secondary has its issues. The plan of attack for the Rams is clearly to throw the ball. Earlier this season, Stafford threw for 343 yards against the Bucs. He has a chance to break 300 again.