FanDuel Virginia Sportsbook: Championship Weekend Player Props
The NFL postseason is winding down as Championship Weekend approaches, but the betting action at FanDuel Virginia Sportsbook is just heating up.
This weekend marks the first NFL games that bettors can wager on at FanDuel Virginia Sportsbook. Both games feature a ton of awesome props and bettors can jump into the action with a $1,000 risk-free first bet or awesome 25-1 odds on any team to win.
The Chiefs and Bills are set for a rematch after their back and forth earlier this year. Meanwhile, the Packers are looking for revenge against the Buccaneers after a beatdown back in mid-October.
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FanDuel Virginia Sportsbook Conference Championship Props
Here are the best prop picks for the AFC Championship Game and NFC Championship Game at FanDuel Virginia Sportsbook.
But first, let’s start with the game odds:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3.5 (-110) // +158 // O 52 (-114)
Green Bay Packers -3.5 (-110) // -188 // U 52 (-106)
Buffalo Bills +3 (+102) // +156 // O 54.5 (-106)
Kansas City Chiefs -3 (-124) // -186 // U 54.5 (-114)
It’s Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen, two of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL, going toe to toe for a chance to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. On the other side, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will meet in the playoffs for the first time in their careers.
Stefon Diggs Anytime Touchdown (-105)
Lock this one in immediately at FanDuel.
Stefon Diggs has scored a touchdown in both of Buffalo’s games so far during these playoffs and he has found the endzone in four of his six career games in the postseason. Diggs and Josh Allen have an uncanny connection and it’s wise to bet on that chemistry continuing in the AFC Championship Game.
This Chiefs-Bills game has the potential to turn into an absolute slugfest. The Bills tried to establish the run game in their first meeting, but that’s easier said than done in the playoffs. We expect to see Josh Allen throw the ball a lot on Sunday, particularly given that Bills offense coordinator Brian Daboll doesn’t appear interested in trying to run the football. The Bills have thrown the ball 72 times in the playoffs compared to just 37 rushing attempts, 18 of which have come from Allen.
If this pattern continues, Diggs will have plenty of opportunities to hit on this player prop.
Josh Allen Over 32.5 Rushing Yards (-110)
Coming into this year, the over on quarterback rushing yards was a lock in almost every playoff game. OK, maybe it wasn’t a lock, but bookmakers tended to underestimate the rushing ability of quarterbacks. It seems like the sportsbooks have adjusted to the quarterbacks in the 2021 playoffs.
Allen hit on his rushing yards during Wild Card Weekend, but not during the Divisional Round. We like a bounce back here. Allen is athletic enough to break off a 20+ yard run at any point in time. With a fairly high number of 32.5 yards, it’s important to note that he’s eclipsed this mark in three of his last five games. More importantly, with the Bills lacking confidence in their run game, Allen has taken on a larger responsibility in the run game.
Aaron Rodgers Any Time Touchdown (+370)
People forget that Aaron Rodgers can run the ball simply because he’s such a good quarterback. He shares a lot of similarities with Tom Brady as quarterbacks, but mobility is not one of them. As we saw last week, Rodgers is capable of escaping the pocket when the opportunity presents itself and in the right situation, he’ll scamper for an easy–or not so easy–touchdown.
Tampa Bay’s bend but don’t break defense could present a few goal-line stands in their future. With a stiff run defense against opposing backs, keep an eye out for Rodgers to scramble for a score.
Rodgers rushing for a touchdown is a distinct possibility and it’s worth it to throw a small bet on him at +370.
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