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This might be the best weekend of football you'll see all season. The matchups in the divisional round are fantastic, and it's a great time for DFS lineups on DraftKings and FanDuel. There are a lot of players I expect to play well in the four games taking place Saturday and Sunday.

With that in mind, here are two lineups on each site you can consider for any tournaments. As always, you'll want to keep an eye on the injury report, but these are some of my favorite options in the divisional round of the NFL postseason.

And I also provided some props for the divisional round that you can play as well.

DraftKings: Lineup 1

QB: Joe Burrow (at TEN) $6,600
RB: Devin Singletary (at KC) $5,900
RB: Jerick McKinnon (vs. BUF) $4,800
WR: Davante Adams (vs. SF) $8,500
WR: Ja'Marr Chase (at TEN) $7,100
WR: Gabriel Davis (at KC) $4,600
TE: George Kittle (at GB) $5,300
FLEX: Allen Lazard (vs. SF) $4,400
DST: Bengals (at TEN) $2,700

Burrow continued his stellar play against the Raiders with 244 passing yards and two touchdowns, and he now has 1,215 passing yards, 10 touchdowns and no interceptions in his past three games. The Titans allowed 301 passing yards and three touchdowns to Davis Mills in Week 18, so Burrow could have another big game at Tennessee.

I'll stack him with Chase here, and the Titans have the worst defense against opposing Fantasy receivers of the teams remaining in the playoffs. In his past three full games, Chase has 27 catches for 507 yards and three touchdowns on 34 targets.

Adams had 12 catches for 132 yards and a touchdown on 18 targets in Week 3 at the 49ers, who have struggled with their secondary of late. And Lazard has five touchdowns in his past five games, and he should benefit with Marquez Valdes-Scantling (back) likely out against San Francisco.

In that same game, I'll play Kittle, who has been terrible of late, including last week against Dallas when he had one catch for 18 yards on three targets. But he faced Green Bay in Week 3 and had seven catches for 92 yards on nine targets, so hopefully he gets back on track this week.

Two of my favorite plays this week are Singletary and Davis. For Davis, he has 20 targets in his past three games, and he should be heavily involved against the Chiefs.

Singletary is playing great in his past six games, including the playoff victory against the Patriots last week when he had 16 carries for 81 yards and two touchdowns, as well as three catches for 13 yards on four targets. Now, he only had six carries for 25 yards in Week 5 at Kansas City, with one catch for minus-2 yards, because Zack Moss led Buffalo with 11 carries for 37 yards and three catches for 55 yards on four targets. But Singletary has at least 16 carries in four of his past five games and has become Buffalo's best running back by far.

As for McKinnon, we'll find out how the Chiefs plan to use him with Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) likely back. But McKinnon was great last week against the Steelers with 12 carries for 61 yards, as well as six catches for 81 yards and a touchdown on six targets. I'll still play McKinnon even if Edwards-Helaire is healthy.

DraftKings: Lineup 2

QB: Matthew Stafford (at TB) $6,200
RB: Aaron Jones (vs. SF) $6,800
RB: Giovani Bernard (vs. LAR) $5,000
WR: Cooper Kupp (at TB) $8,600
WR: A.J. Brown (vs. CIN) $6,200
WR: Tee Higgins (at TEN) $5,700
TE: Tyler Higbee (at TB) $4,000
FLEX: Jerick McKinnon (at GB) $4,800
DST: Bengals (at TEN) $2,700

I'm going to play McKinnon again in this lineup, and you'll see the Bengals DST/DEF in all of my lineups because I'm just using a cheap option since the position carries little weight this week. For most of the rest of this lineup, I'm leaning on the Rams with Stafford, Kupp and Higbee.

Stafford was amazing against Tampa Bay in Week 3 with 343 passing yards and four touchdowns. He just had 202 passing yards and two touchdowns, as well as 22 rushing yards and a touchdown, in the wild-card round against Arizona, so hopefully he stays hot for another week.

Kupp is worth the price, and he had nine catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns on 12 targets in the first meeting with the Buccaneers. And he scored a touchdown in three games in a row prior to this week. As for Higbee, he had five catches for 40 yards and a touchdown on five targets in Week 3 against Tampa Bay, and he has at least five catches in three of his past four games.

Brown has scored a touchdown in two of his past three games, and Higgins is due for a big game after being held to one catch for 10 yards on four targets last week against the Raiders. Remember, the Titans have the worst defense against opposing Fantasy receivers of the teams remaining in the playoffs. 

Jones will likely struggle to run against the 49ers, but he has two games in a row with five catches and two receiving touchdowns in his past four games. He also had 19 carries for 82 yards and a touchdown, as well as two catches for 14 yards on two targets, in Week 3 at San Francisco.

Even if Leonard Fournette (hamstring) plays this week, I still expect Bernard to have a prominent role. Fournette had his worst game of the season in Week 3 against the Rams with 34 total yards, but Bernard was great with nine catches for 51 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. And Bernard, in his first game back after a four-game absence with a hip injury, had 13 carries for 44 yards and a touchdown, along with five catches for 39 yards on seven targets, in the playoff win against Philadelphia. 

FanDuel: Lineup 1

QB: Aaron Rodgers (vs. SF) $8,400
RB: Devin Singletary (at KC) $7,200
RB: Jerick McKinnon (vs. BUF) $6,000
WR: Davante Adams (vs. SF) $8,700
WR: Tee Higgins (at TEN) $6,400
WR: Allen Lazard (vs. SF) $6,000
TE: George Kittle (at GB) $6,400
FLEX: Aaron Jones (vs. SF) $7,500
DEF: Bengals (at TEN) $3,400

I'm going with a Packers stack here of Rodgers, Adams, Lazard and Jones, and these are all players I've used in other lineups. I'm hoping for a shootout between San Francisco and Green Bay, which would bode well for my Packers here and Kittle.

Rodgers had 22 total touchdowns and just one interceptions in eight home games this year. And in Week 3 at San Francisco, he had 261 passing yards and two touchdowns.

FanDuel: Lineup 2

QB: Josh Allen (at KC) $8,800
RB: Jerick McKinnon (vs. BUF) $6,000
RB: Giovani Bernard (vs. LAR) $5,400
WR: Deebo Samuel (at GB) $8,600
WR: Stefon Diggs (at KC) $7,800
WR: Gabriel Davis (at KC) $5,300
TE: Dawson Knox (at KC) $6,500
FLEX: Tyreek Hill (vs. BUF) $8,200
DEF: Bengals (at TEN) $3,400 

I'll stack the Bills in this lineup, and Allen was amazing at Kansas City in Week 5 with 315 passing yards and three touchdowns, along with 59 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Diggs was held to two catches for 69 yards on five targets against the Chiefs, but he has a touchdown in three of his past five games. And Knox had a huge outing at Kansas City with three catches for 117 yards and a touchdown on four targets, so hopefully he has another big outing in the rematch.

Samuel had another outstanding game in the wild-card round at Dallas with three catches for 38 yards on three targets, along with 10 carries for 72 yards and a touchdown. He now has either a touchdown or at least 100 total yards in eight games in a row. 

Now, he only had five catches for 52 yards on 10 targets in Week 3 against the Packers, with no rushing yards on two carries. But I'll still use Samuel here in what could be a high-scoring affair.

In the first meeting with the Bills, Hill had seven catches for 63 yards on 13 targets, and hopefully he has that many targets again. Typically, that should lead to big production.

Props

Editor's note: Lines provided by Caesars Sportsbook.

Bengals at Titans

Ryan Tannehill over 0.5 interceptions +105

If you watched our Fantasy Football Today show on CBS Sports HQ throughout the season, you know this is a prop I took all the time whenever it was plus odds. For this prop to come through, all you need is a tipped pass or something fluky to happen. Tannehill only has one interception in his past five games, but the Bengals have an interception in three of their past four outings. 

Joe Burrow under 8.5 rushing yards +105

Burrow has six games this season with at least 9 rushing yards, including three of his past four outings. But the Titans have only allowed one quarterback in their past five games to rush for more than 3 yards, and I don't expect Burrow to be running a lot in this matchup.

49ers at Packers

Aaron Rodgers over 2.5 passing touchdowns +165

Rodgers only threw two touchdowns against the 49ers in Week 3, but he has at least three touchdown passes in three of his past five games. And he has at least three touchdown passes in four home games this year.

Elijah Mitchell under 19.5 rushing attempts -120

Mitchell has at least 21 carries in six games in a row, so this is going against his recent track record. But only two running backs have more than 19 carries against the Packers this season, which were Alvin Kamara in Week 1 and Dalvin Cook in Week 11. I expect Green Bay to win, so Mitchell might not get a big workload if San Francisco is chasing points. 

Rams at Buccaneers

Tyler Higbee over 43.5 receiving yards -115

Higbee only had 40 receiving yards in Week 3 against Tampa Bay, but he has had at least 46 receiving yards in three games in a row prior to this week. Dallas Goedert just had 92 receiving yards against the Buccaneers last week.

Rob Gronkowski under 5.5 receptions +100

Gronkowski had five catches or less in seven of the 12 full games he played this season, including the playoff win against the Eagles. He had four catches against the Rams in Week 3, and only T.J. Hockenson in Week 7 and Mark Andrews in Week 17 have at least six catches against the Rams this season.

Bills at Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes over 0.5 interceptions +115

Like I said about Tannehill, I'm always going to take this prop when it's a plus number. And Mahomes had two interceptions against Buffalo in Week 5, and he threw an interception against the Steelers last week.

Travis Kelce under 5.5 receptions -105

Kelce had six catches in Week 5 against Buffalo, but he's been at five receptions or less in six of his past seven games, including last week against Pittsburgh. Kelce is the lone tight end with more than five catches against Buffalo this year.