Get $150 From FanDuel on NFL Playoff Sunday

How are you feeling, Philly? The Eagles are headed back to the NFC Championship after thrashing the Giants and we got two more games to go. And, FanDuel wants to give you $150 in free bets.

That’s right: $150 in free bets just for signing up and making your first deposit.

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That’s it.

The FanDuel Bonus is issued as non-withdrawable free bets that expire 14 days after receipt.

Get on that now because we still have some good football coming up today.

This should be a very emotional start to the game as these two teams meet for the first time since their Monday Night game was canceled on Jan. 5 after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed after a tackle and had to receive immediate medical attention.

The Bengals are trying to make it back to the Super Bowl for a second consecutive season but now they have to go through Buffalo and they will do so as underdogs.

Which seems to be a position they are very comfortable in.

Cincinnati comes in a -5.5 point dog and considering they have covered in their past eight as underdogs, the Bengals will not be intimidated.

While we like the Bills to take care of business at home (-260 ML), we’re going to take Cincy to cover and take over (48.5).

We think the fun is going to come to an end for the Cowboys today in Santa Clara as Dallas enters the night as a 3.5-point dog — and we like Brock Purdy and the Niners to cover.

San Francisco is playing terrific football these days, winning its past 11 games.

The Niners have also covered in each of their past six NFC playoff games and we like them do so (-3.5) today.

We’re also going to take the Over (46.5) and put a couple bucks on Dak Prescott to score an anytime touchdown (+500). He has done so in his past four games so let’s keep it going.

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