2023 NFL Divisional Round Stats, Milestones, Incentives & More to Bet
Getty Images. Pictured (clockwise from top left): Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence and 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey.
Looking for some stats, milestones and incentives to bet for the Divisional Weekend? From Patrick Mahomes to Boston Scott to the Cowboys’ kicking woes, we have you covered for both Saturday and Sunday.
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Every NFL Game For Divisional Round
- One of the most popular bets, especially now with just four games on the slate this weekend.
Most First TDs This Season — Remaining Playoff Teams
- Ezekiel Elliott, 8
- Travis Kelce, 6
- Jalen Hurts, 6
- Saquon Barkley, 6
- In the second half of the season, both George Kittle and Christian McCaffrey have been touchdown machines…
Most Total TDs Since Week 10
- Austin Ekeler , 10
- George Kittle, 9
- Christian McCaffrey, 9
- Jerick McKinnon, 9
Teasers and Parlays
Here are a few different angles based on a few trends and stats across the league.
- Jaguars are 15-3 in 6-point teasers this season, the third-best record in the NFL and best record among active playoff teams.
- Since the start of last season, Burrow is 13-0 in a 6-point teaser when listed as an underdog.
- Jaguars entered the regular season at 150-1 odds to win the Super Bowl and are now playing in the Divisional Round.
Giants and Jaguars are the first duo at 100-1 odds or longer to win the Super Bowl in the preseason to make the Divisional Round since 1987, when the Oilers (120-1) and Colts (150-1) did (only other time in the last 40 years).
Houston and Indianapolis both lost by 17 or more and failed to cover the spread in the Divisional Round.
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- Travis Kelce is 99 receiving yards shy of breaking the record for most receiving yards for a tight end in the playoffs in history.
- Rob Gronkowski: 1,389
- Travis Kelce: 1,291
The Bet: Travis Kelce 100+ receiving yards
- Kelce has 95-plus rec yds in six consecutive playoff games.
Longest playoff streak of 95+ rec in playoff history (previous record was 4)
His 54 catches are the most in any six-game span in playoff history
The Bet: Kelce 90+ receiving yards
- Here’s a longshot but a fun one. Kelce needs 13 receptions to pass Julian Edelman for the second-most receptions in the playoffs all-time. He’s most likely to get there in the AFC title game or Super Bowl
The Bet: Kelce over 6.5 receptions
- Jerick McKinnon is the first running back since 1970 to record a touchdown reception in five consecutive games. He’s now done it in six straight games.
Most Rec TD Single Season by RB in Last 40 Years
9 – Jerick McKinnon (2022)
9 – Marshall Faulk (2001)
The Bet: Jerick McKinnon anytime TD
- Patrick Mahomes will earn $1.25 million if the Chiefs go to the Super Bowl this season, a bonus on top of another $1.25 million if he wins the NFL MVP.
The Bet: Kansas City Chiefs to win the AFC
- Mahomes is 4-0 straight up in the Divisional Round, where he has never thrown an interception.
The Bet: Patrick Mahomes not to throw an interception
- Mahomes has five rushing touchdowns in his playoff career, one shy of the Chiefs’ all-time playoff record of six set by Damien Williams.
The Bet: Mahomes anytime TD
- Think Frank Clark returns in a big way this week? He’s one sack away from tying Reggie White on the all-time playoff sack list for the fourth-most since sacks started being tracked in 1982.
The Bet: Frank Clark to record a sack
- Opposing quarterbacks have gone under their passing yards prop in seven of their last eight games against the Chiefs.
- Opposing quarterbacks have gone over their passing attempts prop in 14 of their last 19 games against the Chiefs.
- Daniel Jones and Jalen Hurts combined for 1,468 rushing yards during the regular season. It’s the most combined rush yards ever for a playoff quarterback matchup, surpassing Lamar Jackson vs. Josh Allen in the 2020 divisional round (1,426).
The Bet: Parlay: Daniel Jones & Jalen Hurts Over 39.5 Rushing Yards
- Boston Scott has scored 18 total touchdowns in his NFL career. Ten of those have come against the Giants. Scott has only scored against five other teams in his career (eight total TDs). Four of his last seven scores dating back to the start of last season have come against the Giants.
The Bet: Boston Scott anytime TD
- The Eagles enter the playoffs allowing 179.8 pass yards per game on defense, the best mark in the NFL.
The Bet: Daniel Jones under passing yards
- The Eagles have a sack percentage – the percentage of plays that end up as a sack for the defense – of 6.2% this season. In the last 20 years of the playoffs, no team has had a sack percentage over 5.6% (Bears in 2010-11).
The Bet: Eagles to record 5+ sacks vs. Giants
- Hurts needs two rushing touchdowns to break Cam Newton’s single-season record (including playoffs).
The Bet: Jalen Hurts 2+ rushing TDs
- Daniel Jones has thrown only one interception in his last seven road games
- One of the biggest issues with Josh Allen is his turnovers. He had three in the Wild Card round vs. the Dolphins, and overall for the year, he has 16 total interceptions and 16 fumbles on the season.
His 16 fumbles are the third-most for a quarterback with at least 10 interceptions, including the playoffs, in a single season over the last 15 years (2019 Daniel Jones, 2007 Jon Kitna).
The Bengals have an interception in four of their last five games.
The Bet: Josh Allen to throw an interception
- Josh Allen is four scores away from tying Jim Kelly’s all-time playoff record of 21 with the Bills.
The Bet: Josh Allen over 1.5 passing TD
- Joe Burrow is three touchdowns away from tying Ken Anderson’s all-time playoff record of nine with the Bengals.
The Bet: Joe Burrow over 1.5 passing TD
- Joe Mixon is 91 rushing yards away from breaking Ickey Woods’ all-time playoff record of 391 rushing yards with the Bengals.
The Bet: Joe Mixon over 89.5 rushing yards
- Quarterbacks facing the Bills have gone over their passing attempts prop in eight of their last nine games.
The Bet: Joe Burrow pass attempts over
- Dak Prescott has thrown an interception in seven of his last eight games. He didn’t throw a pick in the Wild Card round.
He has an interception in three of his five playoff games. However, he doesn’t have an interception on road in the playoffs (65 pass att).
Prescott tied for the lead in interceptions this season. He’s the first player in NFL history to lead (or share the lead) the NFL in interceptions despite missing five or more games
Anyone betting Prescott each game to throw a pick would be up 7.6 units.
The Bet: Dak Prescott to throw an interception
- Ezekiel Elliott has scored the Cowboys’ first touchdown in eight games this season, the most of any player for any team in the NFL
The Bet: Ezekiel Elliott first team TD scorer
- Cowboys kicker Brett Maher missed four extra points in their Wild Card game. Maher is the only player in any NFL game since 1932 to miss four extra points in one game, regular season or playoffs.
The Bet: Waiting on kicker props
- The Cowboys are playing their fourth consecutive road game this weekend in the Divisional Round at San Francisco. Over the last 20 years, only two other teams have entered a playoff game on four consecutive road games
2015-16 Steelers — PIT +7, Lost 23-16
2009-10 Ravens — BAL +6.5, Lost 20-3
The Bet: Cowboys Under 20.5 Total Team Points
- Christian McCaffrey has scored the 49ers’ first team touchdown in San Francisco’s last two games.
- The 49ers defense have outscored their opponents 182-60 in second halves of their last 11 games.
- Brock Purdy started his career 6-0 SU with multiple passing touchdowns in his first six starts. Only one other QB has done that even four times since 1950: Kurt Warner (four straight).
The Bet: Brock Purdy Over 1.5 Passing TDs
- Dak Prescott has an annual clause in his contract where he will earn an extra $1 million if he wins the Super Bowl and plays 50%+ snaps.
The Bet: Cowboys to Win the Super Bowl