NFL Divisional Round Props: How To Find The Best Odds For Every Playoff Game

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The opening round of NFL playoff games is in the books and now it’s on to the divisional round. This weekend brings two games on Saturday and another two on Sunday, which means there are plenty of potential prop bets to choose from as the NFL gets one step closer to deciding which teams will play for the conference championships. Ahead of this weekend’s games, here’s a look at some of the best NFL prop bet odds from major sportsbooks.

NFL Divisional Round Playoff Prop Bets

The table below shows prop bet offerings and odds from several of the major online sportsbooks. Use the middle tab to change categories (e.g. rushing yards, touchdowns, passing attempts, etc.)

Below the table, read on for a look at some of the more popular player prop options available ahead of the NFL’s divisional round of playoff games this weekend.

Player Prop Markets To Watch In NFL Divisional Round

Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes Over/Under Passing Touchdowns

Mahomes led the league’s best passing attack during the regular season, averaging nearly 30 yards per game more than the next closest team. Mahomes has thrown for three or more scores in his last three playoff games, and he threw for four touchdowns the last time these teams met.

Christian Kirk To Score A Touchdown

The wide receiver led the Jaguars in touchdown catches during the regular season, and had eight catches and a score last week in the comeback win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

Travis Kelce Over/Under Receiving Yards

The tight end has been a major part of the Chiefs’ offense, and Jacksonville has struggled at times at defending against tight ends who are especially active in the passing game. Kelce led the Chiefs in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns during the regular season.

Patrick Mahomes Over/Under Rushing Yards

Mahomes averaged just over 21 rushing yards per game during the regular season, but the last time he played the Jaguars he got loose for 39 yards on seven attempts.

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

Daniel Jones Over/Under Rushing Yards

The Giants quarterback was the team’s leading rusher last week, logging 78 yards on the ground against the Minnesota Vikings. Philadelphia’s defense has given up well over 100 rushing yards in each of its last five games.

Jalen Hurts To Score A Touchdown

The Eagles quarterback was limited by injury toward the end of the season, but in his last full-strength game against the Giants he torched New York for two touchdowns through the air and another on the ground.

Saquon Barkley Over/Under Rushing Attempts

Barkley averaged 18.44 rushing attempts during the regular season, the most in his NFL career. The Eagles defense is especially strong against the pass.

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen Over/Under Rushing Yards

Allen averaged just over 47 rushing yards per game during the regular season. Keep an eye on weather conditions that could limit the passing game and ask him to run.

Ja’Marr Chase Over/Under Receiving Yards

If the Bengals are going to keep pace with the Bills, Chase will likely have to be a big part of it. He had 84 receiving yards and a score last week in the win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Joe Mixon To Score A Touchdown

Mixon averaged 15 rushing attempts per game during the regular season. He is a major part of the Cincinnati offense.

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers

Christian McCaffrey To Score A Touchdown

The 49ers running back has scored in seven consecutive games. He’s also likely to get his hands on the ball a lot against a team that sometimes struggles against running backs in the passing game.

Dak Prescott Over/Under Interceptions

It’s no secret that the Cowboys quarterback has had a problem taking care of the football this season. The blowout win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week was the first time in eight games that Prescott didn’t throw at least one pick.

Deebo Samuel Over/Under Receiving Yards

The 49ers receiver looks fully healthy, which also makes him a dangerous component of this offense. Last week against the Seattle Seahawks he hauled in six passes for 133 yards and a score, and he’s averaging 59.4 yards per game over the last five games.