Welcome to the weekly PrizePicks Sunday breakdown for NFL Divisional Round. If you are new to the site, PrizePicks allows you to bundle over or under selections into parlays for big payouts. So each game has a fantasy total or prop (single stats DFS) for users to make over/under picks on. Using Awesemo’s projected stats, here are some over/under plays for PrizePicks daily fantasy football.
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Patrick Mahomes over 271.5 passing yards ( Caesars New York Betting Offer)
Patrick Mahomes enters this week’s game against the Bills with an over 71% completion rate over his last six games and averaging 8.6 yards per attempt. Simply put, he’s been a hard man to stop of late and with the Bills offense potentially in a spot here to have the Chiefs throwing the ball late in this game, he’s also a hard man to fade this week too. The good people at Prizepicks are offering a “99% off” offer on Mahomes total this week, making this the easiest bet of the week, but it is worth pointing out that Awesemo’s projections also have him projected for well over 280 passing yards as well. The improved play down the stretch and the need to score points all game should push Mahomes to a big day here.
Cam Akers over 11.0 fantasy points (FanDuel New York Betting Offer)
The return of Cam Akers last week was one of the more shocking storylines from the Wildcard round. The Rams running back returned two games ago from an Achilles injury suffered in pre-season and promptly played on over 55% of the snaps for the Rams and took 18-touches. His production on the ground wasn’t all that impressive as he averaged well under 4.0 yards per carry, but he’s been the clear leader two games in a row as the main pass catching back. Akers’ versatility should continued to be valued here by the Rams coaches against the Buccaneers, who have allowed the second most receptions to opposing running backs this year. Even if he doesn’t find the end zone, Akers will have a great shot at getting over this total through ppr work and he’s projected for over 12.0 fantasy points in the Awesemo Model this week.
Brandon Aiyuk under 11.0 fantasy points (Caesars New York Betting Offer )
One player’s whose fantasy total looks worth taking the under on this week is Brandon Aiyuk. The second-year receiver has come on a bit as the season has progressed but has also only managed to grab more than seven targets twice over his last nine games. The Packers limited him to just 37-yards on six targets in their first meeting and as a team allowed the 10th fewest receptions to the position this year. Aiyuk’s projected for under 8.0 fantasy points on Awesemo this week making his total one of the juiciest to attack. With the 49ers featuring multiple other star players on offense, going under here is the logical move.
Tyreek Hill over 5.5 receptions (DraftKings New York Betting Offer)
The Chiefs Tyreek Hill looked about as healthy as he had a while in last week’s game against the Steelers. While he only caught five passes, the efficiency Hill displayed with his quarterback was much improved as the two connected on all five passes thrown his way. Hill obviously has a much tougher opponent here in the Bills but he’s averaged 5.7 receptions in his last three games against the Bills and has seen 10 or more targets in a game 10-times this season. Hill’s projected for over 6.0 receptions on Awesemo this week and his catch total on Prizepicks is worth taking the over on as well.
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