2021-22 NFL Divisional Round Prop Bets – Saturday

by Garrett Ball
2021-22 NFL Divisional Round Prop Bets - Saturday

Hey, I see you’re here for some 2021-22 NFL Divisional Round Prop Bets for Saturday’s games!

Last week we had some excitement towards the end of the first Saturday Wild Card game when the Raiders had a chance at a comeback against the Bengals. Later that night the Bills ran all over the Patriots in dominating fashion.

Only 2 of our props hit, but Hunter Renfrow and Devin Singletary both came within 3 yards of their respective props. A miss is a miss but I feel the need to take solace for coming close. Helps my self-esteem a little.

This week we again have two games, and a familiar face, on Saturday. The Bengals are back on Saturday against the Titans. DraftKings Sportsbook has Tennessee is favored by 3.5 and the over/under is set at 47.5 points. For the evening game, Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay host the San Fransisco 49ers. Green Bay is favored by 5.5 and the over/under is set at 47.

The Bengals face a Titans team that has one of the top run defenses in the NFL. However, their secondary is suspect. If Tennessee gets Derrick Henry back, expect them to use him against a Bengals defense that has struggled in recent weeks.

Green Bay and San Fransisco both like to slow down the game and run the ball. Efficiency is the name of the game for these two teams. Aaron Rodgers is looking to stick it to anyone and everyone this year, as he does most years. With all the drama this year in Green Bay, don’t be surprised if he puts on a show just to spite them. However, if this game hits the under it wouldn’t surprise me.

2021-22 NFL Divisional Round Prop Bets – Saturday

Ja’Marr Chase – 76.5 Rec Yards – Over (-120)

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Joe Burrow‘s game plan recently is “Whelp, guess I’ll just chuck it downfield, I’m sure Ja’Marr’s got it.” Tennessee has been bad against the pass this year, but good against the run. Aside from the week 18 “Get me the Bengals single-season receiving record and I’m out” game, Chase has gone over 116 receiving yards three straight weeks. Burrow and Chase will lead the way for the Bengals.

Joe Burrow – 1.5 Pass TD – Over  (-180)

Speaking of Burrow needing to go to the air, I like him to go over 1.5 TD passes. He has at least two passing touchdowns in four of his last five games. Not only that but including last week’s game, he’s had two or more in 12 of 17 games played this year.

Julio Jones – 44.5 Rec Yards – Over (-115)

Jones has had a very up and down season due to injuries. The same goes for his teammate AJ Brown. But, both are back and healthy at the right time. Jones posted a respectable five receptions for 58 yards and a score in week 18. The Bengals offense is firing on all cylinders, and I think the Titans will have to pass a little to keep up, thereby giving Jones plenty of chances to rack up yards.

Davante Adams – 94.5 Rec Yards – Over (-115)

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There is not a soul on the 49ers that can stop this man. He’s just that good. Not counting Green Bay’s final game against the Lions, he’s gone over 104 receiving yards in five of his last six games. It is a high total for sure, but it’s Davante Adams.

Aaron Rodgers – 0.5 Int – Over (+190)

This “pick” (pun intended) might actually surprise some. I’m going off of Rodgers’s history against the 49ers in the playoffs. He averages a pick per game against them in three postseason meetings. The Packers just have a way of shooting themselves in the foot in the playoffs. I’m not expecting the primary cause of a Packers loss (if they lose) to be Rodgers, but it wouldn’t surprise me if he makes a mistake.

That will do it 2021-22 NFL Divisional Round Saturday Night Prop Bets! Thanks for stopping by! Pick your props and enjoy the games!


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