Win $10,000 Playing BetOnline’s NFL Divisional Playoffs Weekend Prop Bet Contest

This weekend’s four games feature lines for betting on the NFL Playoffs, but one of our favorite online sportsbooks, BetOnline, is hosting a contest that is divvying out $10,000 in free cash to the top 500 finishers.

All that is required to qualify to enter the $10,000 Divisional Weekend Props Predictor is to hold a BetOnline account and place at least $25 in bets on the four NFL Playoff games occurring this weekend using the prop builder app.

These qualifying bets must be placed using deposited funds and not bonus cash acquired through a sportsbook promo code. Each entry will require the selection of winners for 12 NFL prop bets and a tie-breaker question. Each correct answer will be worth one point.

These entries must be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. tomorrow, which coincides with the kickoff for the Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens game. Only one entry is allowed per BetOnline account.

Here are the 12 NFL Playoff props that are a part of the BetOnline contest. We also provide the selections that we made in bold for comparison purposes only.

First Touchdown Scorer In Texans vs. Ravens Game:

  • Dalton Schultz (HOU)
  • Devin Singletary (HOU)
  • Gus Edwards (BAL)
  • Isaiah Likely (BAL)
  • Justice Hill (BAL)
  • Lamar Jackson (BAL)
  • Nico Collins (HOU)
  • Odell Beckham Jr. (BAL)
  • Zay Flowers (BAL)
  • Other
  • No Touchdown Scored

Rushing Yards By Ravens QB Lamar Jackson:

  • Over 52.5 rushing yards
  • Under 52.5 rushing yards

Passing Yards By Texans QB C.J. Stroud:

  • Over 250.5 passing yards
  • Under 250.5 passing yards

First Touchdown Scorer In Packers vs. 49ers Game:

  • Aaron Jones (GB)
  • Brandon Aiyuk (SF)
  • Christian McCaffrey (SF)
  • Christian Watson (GB)
  • Deebo Samuel (SF)
  • George Kittle (SF)
  • Jayden Reed
  • Romeo Doubs (GB)
  • Other
  • No Touchdown Scored

Rushing Yards By 49ers RB Christian McCaffrey:

  • Over 88.5 rushing yards
  • Under 88.5 rushing yards

Head-to-Head: More Passing Yards:

  • Jordan Love (GB)
  • Brock Purdy (SF)
  • Tie

First Touchdown Scorer In Buccaneers vs. Lions Game:

  • Amon-Ra St. Brown (DET)
  • Chris Godwin (TB)
  • David Montgomery (DET)
  • Jahmyr Gibbs (DET)
  • Jameson Williams (DET)
  • Mike Evans (TB)
  • Rachaad White (TB)
  • Sam LaPorta (DET)
  • Other
  • No Touchdown Scored

Total Receptions By Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown:

  • Over 7.5 receptions
  • Under 7.5 receptions

Receiving Yards By Buccaneers WR Mike Evans:

  • Over 68.5 receiving yards
  • Under 68.5 receiving yards

First Touchdown Scorer In Chiefs vs. Bills Game:

  • Gabe Davis (BUF)
  • Isiah Pacheco (KC)
  • James Cook (BUF)
  • Josh Allen (BUF)
  • Justin Watson (KC)
  • Rashee Rice (KC)
  • Stefon Diggs (BUF)
  • Travis Kelce (KC)
  • Other
  • No Touchdown Scored

Passing Yards By Bills QB Josh Allen:

  • Over 232.5 passing yards
  • Under 232.5 passing yards

Head-to-Head: More Receiving Yards:

  • Stefon Diggs (BUF)
  • Travis Kelce (KC)
  • Tie

Tiebreaker – Total Combined Points Scored In All Four Divisional Round Games: 185*

After all four games are over, so is the contest. The entrant with the most points accumulated in the contest will win the grand prize of $500. If two or more entries feature the same score after the tie-breaker is considered, then the next tier’s prize will be included and split in a prorated fashion.

Any cash earned in the BetOnline contest will be awarded with a 3X rollover requirement. This means that the money must be wagered three times over in the sportsbook before a withdrawal can be requested. Prizes will be delivered to accounts by next Wednesday.

Even if you don’t end up finishing among the top 500 scorers, these contests are a great way to enhance your NFL betting strategy when real money is on the line.

Sources: BetOnline NFL Sportsbook (BetOnlineAG Review), NFL Divisional Playoff Schedule

*These are the picks our staff submitted and are presented here for entertainment only. No betting authority is implied by revealing the picks our staff would make.