Saturday kicked off the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Let’s see how our top plays did in the two-game slate.
Deebo Samuel, WR, San Francisco 49ers (1x Score Multiplier)
There was very little production coming from the San Francisco 49ers offense. With the special teams and defense keeping this game in reach, Deebo Samuel did as much as he could. He finished with 39 rushing yards on 10 carries. He added on three receptions off of four targets for 44 yards. He was battling an injury in the second half and had to be taken out on the final game-winning drive.
Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans (1x)
Derrick Henry returned and it did not take him long to find his old friend, the end zone. Henry had 20 carries and rushed for 62 yards with a rushing touchdown. Sadly it wasn’t the impact owners were looking for, as he finished with just 12.20 SuperDraft points.
Brandon Aiyuk, WR, San Francisco 49ers (1.5x)
The San Francisco offense was basically horrendous besides Deebo Samuel and George Kittle. Aiyuk was all but non-existent. He had just one target on the night and ended with a goose egg.
Best Plays of The Slate
There weren’t many over-the-top plays Saturday but two stood out overall. First up was A.J. Brown of the Tennessee Titans. He had nine targets and caught five of them for 142 yards. He also added on the only receiving touchdown of the day for the Titans. The second player is from the Green Bay Packers. Aaron Jones did the majority of his damage in the passing game as he had a 75-yard reception on the final drive of the first half. Jones had 41 rushing yards but had 129 receiving yards off of nine receptions. He was the only player that seemed to slow down the Niners’ defense, but it just wasn’t enough.
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