The NFL playoffs move on to the Divisional Round this weekend, with only eight teams still remaining with a chance to win the Super Bowl. We have two games each day this weekend, so make sure you get these plays in early. If you have not already done so, check out our sportsbook signup page. We loaded it up with the most recent offers from our sportsbook partners for free deposit bonus money and risk-free bets. The launch of New York sports betting has made some of the offers more enticing, so take advantage of that while you still can. Once you do sign up, here are my three favorite prop picks on FanDuel for this weekend. 

My three favorite prop bets at FanDuel for NFL's Divisional Round.

Here are three bets I’m targeting in the Divisional Round on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Mike Evans Is the Last Man Standing in Tampa

(Over 69.5 receiving yards, -114)

The Buccaneers had arguably the best trio of wide receivers in the league at one point this season. Now, Chris Godwin is hurt and Antonio Brown is in exile, leaving Mike Evans to play alongside guys like Scott Miller and Cyril Grayson this week. The good news is that Evans is now the man. He had 8 catches for 106 the first time these two teams met. This number at other books is up to 73.5, so enjoy the discount on FanDuel.


Elijah Mitchell Finds the End Zone

(Anytime touchdown, +115)

This running back has six straight games with at least 21 carries — averaging 27 touches per game over that span — and has also scored in four of the last five games. Those are elite numbers. Mitchell had a couple games off in the middle of that run, so people do not realize just how good he has been or how much he has dominated the San Francisco backfield when healthy. Guys with this type of volume tend to end up with anytime TD numbers in the -120 or below range. To get him at +115 almost feels like stealing.  



Davante Adams Gets on the Board First

(First touchdown, +500)

This was +550 earlier in the week and has since dropped down to a level we normally do not even see for most starting running backs. The 49ers’ biggest weakness is pass coverage, and that means Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams should have a field day here. Adams averages 10.5 targets per game and has 8 touchdowns over his last seven, including a couple where he cashed this first TD bet for us at similar odds. It is the path of least resistance.