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NFL DFS Picks: PrizePicks Props for Conference Championship Games

The Conference Championship games of the NFL Playoffs are finally here! This is the final weekend of the season with multiple games, so we should take full advantage. We have a number of great NFL DFS picks and props for PrizePicks to win you money this weekend.

If you’re looking for an option that combines the fantasy football concepts of NFL DFS and player props found at sportsbooks, then PrizePicks may be the perfect option for you. They offer many props to pick this week, but these are our favorite NFL DFS picks for Sunday.

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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

PrizePicks will fully match your deposit up to $100 if you sign up here using the promo code FLURRY!

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NFL DFS Picks | PrizePicks Props for Conference Championship Games

Travis Kelce Over 0.5 Touchdowns

While the Bengals contained Travis Kelce well the last time they played, they have had their struggles against tight ends overall this season. Also, Kelce still scored a touchdown in that game.

Coming into this week, he has scored in five straight games and this Kansas City offense as a whole has picked it up in the playoffs. Expect more of the same here for this NFL DFS pick.

Joe Mixon Over 25.5 Receiving Yards

In the first matchup against the Chiefs, the Bengals had quite a bit of success with an empty backfield. Look for them to do it again on Sunday, splitting Joe Mixon out as a receiver and giving him even more opportunities to catch passes.

Mixon totaled 40 receiving yards in that first game against the Chiefs and has totaled over 25.5 receiving yards in four straight weeks. Look for the trend to continue.

Matthew Stafford Over 0.5 Interceptions

Matthew Stafford has avoided throwing an interception in both playoff games so far, but this weekend is different. The 49ers have beaten the Rams six straight times, and a big reason is that their pass rush continues to win against the LA offensive line.

This season, the extra pressure resulted in Stafford throwing two interceptions in each game against San Francisco. He should throw at least one on Sunday.

Tyler Higbee Over 37.5 Receiving Yards

Since he returned from the COVID list, Higbee has played a larger role in this offense. He has totaled over 37.5 receiving yards in six straight games. Over this six-game stretch, the Rams tight end has averaged 51.7 receiving yards per game, including a 55-yard performance against the 49ers in Week 18.

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