Some say the NFL playoff divisional round is the most exciting weekend in football. Four games this weekend prove it. Did you make it to the top of the DFS rankings last week? Did you at least double your money? I hope you did, and I invite you to explore the options below to win the DFS fantasy football divisional round on Saturday.


Aaron Rodgers vs. LAR ($8,400 FD) – Rodgers is the second most expensive quarterback in Saturday’s rankings behind Josh Allen ($8,800 FD). If you hook Rodgers up with his star receiver Davante Adams, which you should definitely do, a giant explosion of fantasy points awaits you here!

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It was a tough decision for me not to play Allen, but I had to keep my salary cap somewhere. Rodgers will finish one of his best seasons in the NFC in a week. Add to that the fact that Aaron Donald didn’t practice all week and then found himself out in the cold in Green Bay and it should be a great accomplishment for the Packers as a whole.


Devin Singletary vs. BAL ($5,700 FD) – I don’t share my Fantasy Hour On Tap partner, PremierAmp’s position regarding Devin Singletary. If Zack Moss shows up for the game against the Ravens, Singletary will be the Bills’ main replacement.

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It will be used in the short offense against a pretty good Baltimore defense. At $5,700, Singletary offers great value as he should score double-digit points for fantasy.

Gus Edwards to BUF (5,300 FD) – In the same game, the Bills defense has been less than stellar this season.

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The Ravens love to run the ball, and that’s not going to change here. Edwards offers tremendous value for just $5,300.

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Marquise Brown to BUF ($6,500 FD) – Hollywood Brown has scored a whopping ten fantasy points since November. He and Lamar Jackson are clearly on the same page now, and they’re going to put up big numbers against the bills.

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For only $6,500, you steal big here. Play with it and don’t even think about it.


Dawson Knox v. BAL ($5,000 FD) – I’ll try not to repeat exactly what I wrote last week, but much of what I wrote remains true. The tight end position is not the place to spend a lot of money. For only $5,000 you get your money at Knox.

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Knox scored an early touchdown for the Bills against the Colts last week, and there’s no reason to think he’ll do any worse than seven fine points. You can count on him to get cheap points and spend a lot elsewhere to maximize the value of other positions.


BAL to BUF (3600 FD) – At this point in the post season schedule, I would pick the most favorable defense to start with. Save the rest of your salary for positions that can get you a lot of fantasy points and hope for a few sack defenses.

Good luck to the DFS fantasy football division tour on Saturday, and don’t forget to follow the updates on Twitter. You can also check out the latest episode of Fantasy Hour On Tap, where we discuss the complete series of four divisional games.


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