It is one of the season-defining Sunday in the NFL this weekend and to celebrate it, DraftKings Sportsbook are running one of their famous odds boost promotions!
The playoffs are always dramatic in the NFL and this season has been no exception. Now we reach Conference Championship weekend, with the NFC Conference Championship game being contested between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5) and Green Bay Packers (1) at Lambeau Field.
This is followed shortly after by the AFC Conference Championship from Arrowhead where the Kansas City Chiefs (1) host the Buffalo Bills (2). Two games well worthy of another promo!
Let’s take a closer look at the promotion on offer from DraftKings Sportsbook.
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All you need to do is be a first-time depositor at DraftKings Sportsbook and make a deposit of $5 or more into your account.
Following this, head over to the Sportsbook Promos page on the site and pick which game you want to back a team in from the two Conference Championship Games.
Pick carefully, as once you click the BOOST THIS GAME button, you cannot change your selection once it has been selected!
Following the selection of the game, you will then be issued with a single use odds boost bet. You can then select which of the two teams in that game to back with the bet. Your bet is +10,000 (100/1) on your selected team to win the game.
Place your $1 bet on your chosen team and then sit back and cross your fingers that you pick the winner!
Are There Any Terms And Conditions I Should Know About?
There are a few terms and conditions to be aware of for this offer. The maximum bet size is $1 and it is open to first time DraftKings depositors only. The offer is for a maximum of 1 bet per user and excludes live bets, parlays, cash out bets, free bets or voided bets.
You must also be based in CO, PA, IN, IA, NJ, IL, TN or WV to have access to this offer.
Who Should I Back For The Offer?
For the offer, you have to pick one of the teams in one of the Conference Championship games to win so who should you be looking to back in each game?
NFC Conference Championship
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Green Bay Packers
Two legendary quarterbacks with nothing to prove go head to head in Green Bay in what should be a cracking game between the two teams.
It is notable that the Bucs did hand the Packers their biggest defeat of the Regular Season, a 38-10 loss in Tampa on Week 6. Tom Brady is used to snow and cold weather games, but it is also worth noting Tampa are 0-8 in cold weather games in Wisconsin against the Packers.
That is the worst record of any NFL team.
This should be a cracker and while Brady-magic always manifests itself in the playoffs, I think Aaron Rodgers will be the quarterback leading his team to a narrow victory here. My pick is the Packers, but only just.
AFC Conference Championship
- Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs
Whether you want to pick the Bills or the Chiefs, my advice to you here is to wait until we see the situation regarding Patrick Mahomes availability is resolved.
The Chiefs with Mahomes are a much stronger team, than without him. So much so that if he doesn’t play, I feel this sways the game in favor of the Bills. If Mahomes does recover from his concussion and can play, then I feel the Chiefs are the team to back.
It’s strange to have a game that in my opinion is dependent on the fitness of one player, but I do think that is the case here. As such, hold off on picking a winner in this game until Mahomes’ eligibility to play is confirmed.