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NFL Divisional Round Player Props

Carson Palmer Arizona Cardinals

The NFL postseason shifts to the Divisional Round with the Kansas City Chiefs visiting the New England Patriots and the Arizona Cardinals hosting the Green Bay Packers Saturday followed by the Seattle Seahawks travelling to face the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos entertaining the Pittsburgh Steelers in the two Sunday games.

Online shop Bovada has released their prop board for the NFL’s Divisional Playoff Round and, naturally, skill position players are front and center.

As far as quarterbacks are concerned, Carson Palmer of the Cardinals is the favorite to record the most passing yards at +325.

The USC product, the only signal caller left in the playoffs that has yet to record a postseason win, finished fourth in the league with 4,671 yards passing in the regular season. The Saturday contest will be the second time the Cardinals tangle with the Packers this season. Palmer completed 18 of 27 pass attempts for 265 yards en route to a 38-8 shellacking of the Pack in Week 16.

Plus, when taking weather in the other cities into account this weekend, Palmer and the comfort of playing indoors at University of Phoenix Stadium just seems to make too much sense.

Who Will Record the Most Passing Yards This Weekend?

Odds as of January 13 at Bovada

  • Carson Palmer +325
  • Tom Brady +350
  • Ben Roethlisberger +350
  • Cam Newton +600
  • Peyton Manning +600
  • Aaron Rodgers +600
  • Russell Wilson +900
  • Alex Smith +1000

Stewart Favored to Lead the Way in Rushing Yards

Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart says he plans to play against the Seahawks in Sunday’s contest and Bovada has opened the eight-year vet as the fave to tally the most rushing yards from a selection of backs.

Stewart ranked eighth in the NFL with 989 yards rushing in the regular season, collecting those on 4.1 yards per carry.

In Carolina’s 27-23 win over the Seahawks in Week 5, Stewart managed 78 yards on 20 carries (3.9 ypc) and recording two touchdowns in the process.

It should also be noted that Seahawks finished the regular season allowing just 1,304 rushing yards – the lowest total in the league – and held Vikings RB Adrian Peterson to around two ypc, albeit in frigid temperatures, in last weekend’s Wild Card matchup.

Who Will Record The Most Rushing Yards This Weekend?

Odds as of January 13 at Bovada

  • Jonathan Stewart +250
  • Eddie Lacy +450
  • David Johnson +450
  • Charcandrick West +700
  • Spencer Ware +700
  • Ronnie Hillman +700
  • C.J. Anderson +700

Plenty of Value in Deep WR/Te Prop Board

With dominant Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Antonio out of the picture this weekend due to injury, the opportunity to seize some value on the most receiving yards prop is there for the taking.

Bovada is offering Demaryius Thomas of the Broncos with plenty of value at +700 as he lines up against the worst pass defense left in the postseason and the 30th-ranked pass defense in the regular season in the Steelers.

Thomas posted big numbers yet again has he hauled 105 passes for 1,304 yards in the regular season. The Georgia Tech product topped 100 yards in four games this season, including a 117-yard effort versus the San Diego Chargers in his last game (Week 17) heading into Denver’s playoff bye.

Who Will Record The Most Receiving Yards This Weekend?

Odds as of January 13 at Bovada

  • Larry Fitzgerald +700
  • Demaryius Thomas +700
  • Rob Gronkowski +800
  • Emmanuel Sanders +800
  • Julian Edelman +900
  • Travis Kelce +900
  • Randall Cobb +900
  • Michael Floyd +1000
  • John Brown +1000
  • Greg Olsen +1000
  • Doug Baldwin +1200

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