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15 NFL Divisional Playoff prop bets

The uprights will be in play against his week end.

That's just one of more than 15 NFL Divisonal Playoff prop bets now on betonline.ag.

» More: Divisional playoff schedule

Here’s were bet percentages stand on Friday.

*59 percent on Colts 

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*62 percent on Cowboys

*69 percent on Chargers 

*71 percent on Eagles 

“The public is backing all the dogs and it's hard to blame them since they went 4-0 ATS last weekend and 14-1 ATS since the start of the 2018 playoffs,” said Dave Mason of 

the Sportsbook brand manager for BetOnline.ag,

The shocker is the public going against the Patriots, who have a home game. 

“I can’t remember the last time the public was against the Pats at home, away, regular season or postseason,” Mason said. 

The Chargers aren’t your typical wild card team that snuck into the playoffs, they were tied for the best record in the AFC. 

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Odds below. (Not familiar with American odds? A positive number represents how much you would profit on a $100 bet. A negative number represents how much you would need to bet in order to profit $100.)

Any FG or Extra Point To Hit Uprights Or Crossbar 

American Odds

Fractional Odds

Yes    +110      11/10

No     -135       20/27

How Many Road Teams Will Win? 

0     +200        2/1

1     +160        8/5

2     +200        2/1

3     +1200   12/1

4     +8000    80/1

Largest Margin of Victory Divisional Round 

Over 16.5    -110         10/11

Under 16.5   -130       10/13

Most Passing Yards Divisional Round 

Andrew Luck               +350       7/2

Patrick Mahomes      +300        3/1

Drew Brees                  +550       11/2

Tom Brady                   +600          6/1

Philip Rivers               +700          7/1

Jared Goff                   +500          5/1

Nick Foles                   +500          5/1

Dak Prescott           +1000        10/1

Most Points Scored By 1 Team Divisional Round 

Over 39.5            -120                5/6

Under 39.5         -120                5/6

Most Receiving Yards Divisional Round 

Tyreek Hill            +500             5/1

TY Hilton               +500             5/1

Michael Thomas +500            5/1

Robert Woods      +900            9/1

Brandin Cooks     +900           9/1

Julian Edelman  +1200        12/1

Amari Cooper      +1200        12/1

Alshon Jeffery     +1400        14/1

Keenan Allen         +900           9/1

Travis Kelce            +750         15/2

Zach Ertz                 +750         15/2

Eric Ebron             +1200         12/1

Rob Gronkowski +1400        14/1

Golden Tate          +2000        20/1

 Mike Williams     +2000          20/1

Philadelphia Eagles players celebrate after Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey misses a field goal in the final minute during the second half of an NFL wild-card playoff football game Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, in Chicago. The Eagles won 16-15. (AP Photo/David Banks)

Successful Onside Kick Divisional Round

Yes              +450          9/2

No               -850           2/17

Who Will Have More Passing Yards? 

Philip Rivers        -120         5/6

Tom Brady           -120         5/6

Will a Wild Card Team Make It To The Super Bowl?

Yes            +150             3/2

No             -200              1/2

Will a Wild Card Team Win The Super Bowl?

Yes             +300              3/1

No              -500               1/5

Will Any Game Go to OT Divisional Round? 

Yes                +300            3/1

No                 -500            1/5

Will Saints Score More Than 40 Points vs Eagles 

Yes                +200           2/1

No                 -300            1/3

Most Rushing Yards Divisional Round 

Todd Gurley            +250         5/2

Ezekiel Elliott          +200         2/1

Alvin Kamara        +1200       12/1

Marlon Mack            +550       11/2

Sony Michel              +800          8/1

Damien Williams  +1600       16/1

Mark Ingram           +1000      10/1

Melvin Gordon         +400        4/1

Who Will Have More Passing Yards? 

Andrew Luck            -110       10/11

Patrick Mahomes   -130        10/13

Who Will Have More Passing Yards? 

Nick Foles                  -130        10/13

Drew Brees                -110         10/11

Who Will Have More Rushing Yards? 

Todd Gurley             +105         21/20

Ezekiel Elliott          -145          20/29

Will Any Game Have a D/ST TD Divisional Round? 

Yes               -260              5/13

No               +175                7/4  

About the Author

D. Orlando Ledbetter is the Atlanta Falcons beat writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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