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After a successful Wild Card weekend, Matt O'Leary is back with three ways to win big in the Divisional round

NFL Division Round Weekend 3 Ways to Win Big

If I was conceded, I would be bragging about how I hit two out of three of these last week and netted 10 units but I won't be doing that because I'm not conceded. This gambling life is a difficult one and it can come back and bite us if we upset the gambling gods too much.

I'm back and I'm going to try my luck with some anytime touchdown scorers and a same-game parlay for the Cincinnati Bengals and Tennesee Titans this week in order to win big.

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Anytime TD Parlay: Ja'Marr Chase + Davante Adams + Mike Evans (+777) (Bet $100 to win $777)

Last week, we hit on one at +450 with three players so this week I'm going back to three players and trying to up the return a little bit. Starting with Ja'Marr Chase, he's due. You have to be careful with "due" when gambling but here's some numbers, Ja'Marr Chase has yet to go three games in a row without a touchdown in his NFL career. He's at two right now without getting in the endzone, simple math tells you that's unlikely to happen a third time.

With Davante, he's just Aaron Rodgers' favorite target, and can you blame him? Adams had 11 touchdowns on the season in 16 games and he also had over 1,500 receiving yards for the first time in his career. The 49ers secondary isn't their strength and the last time these two teams played in the regular season he went for 132 yards and a score. I'm expecting a big week from Adams.

Finally, there's Mike Evans. With no Antonio Brown or Chris Godwin the passing offense, at least to the wideouts, runs through him. Over the past three games, he has four touchdowns and 253 receiving yards. Can he make it back-to-back big playoff games in a row? I think he does it.

Bengals vs Titans SGP: Joe Bourrow over 229.5 + Ryan Tannehill over 199.5 + Bengals ML + Ja'Marr Chase over 64.5 receiving yards (+450) (Bet $100 to win $450)

Now we move to a same-game parlay. The first action is Joe Burrow getting over 229.5 yards. He's done it in five of his last six games and as for Tennessee, well they allow eighth-most passing yards against. I'd expect to see the Bengals come out firing with all their weapons on offense.

Is it weird that I might be sweating this Ryan Tannehill play the most? I don't trust him as far as I can throw him. Six times during the regular season he came in under 200 yards. Luckily for us, Cincy allowed the sixth-most passing yards to opposing quarterbacks. I don't want to get too greedy and take a number too high for Tannehill so just get to 200 and I'll be happy.

The underdog Bengals on the moneyline? Yep, I love Cincy. They're playing with a swagger right now and the Tennessee Titans are the most fraudulent one seed I've ever seen in my life. Yes, they're getting Derrick Henry back but who has any idea how good he will be. Give me the Bengals to outscore Tennessee and the better quarterback prevails.

Finally, there's another Ja'Marr Chase play this week. All he has to do is hit 65 yards receiving something that he's done four times in his last six games. If he doesn't get in the endzone, the least he can do is have a couple of catches and get above 65.

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Allen Lazard Anytime TD and Packers win + Rob Gronkowski Anytime TD score and Buccaneers win (+775) (Bet $100 to win $775)

We already talked about Devante Adams earlier but what about Allen Lazard? Over the final three weeks of the year, he had four receiving touchdowns and if you want to go back to Week 6, over his final 10 games he got in the endzone eight times. That's pretty good odds. All he has to do is score and the Packers take care of business and we're in good shape.

With Rob Gronkowski, I'm just banking on old reliable. I'm convinced that I'll be watching Tom Brady throw touchdown passes to Rob Gronkowski for another 20 years. He has 15 touchdowns in 21 career playoff games and since linking up with Tom in Tampa Bay he has three in five games. We know how much Brady likes the tight ends, it wouldn't shock anybody if they found each other in the once again for old times sake.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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