Week 2 NFL DFS Picks for PrizePicks

Hello everybody and welcome! The 2022 NFL season is underway and that means our friends over at PrizePicks have a TON of great DFS plays we can look to take advantage of.

Week 2 NFL DFS Picks for PrizePicks

PrizePicks is a great DFS site where you can choose to select plays in terms of fantasy points or single stats.

The goal is to build a 2-player, 3-player, 4-player, or 5-player entry and then select whether or not you want to play for the power play or the flex play. On the power play, you will need to be correct on each of your selections to win, and on the flex play, you will have a little more wiggle room for a chance to win some money back.

Our partners at PrizePicks offer some of the best and easiest to win NFL DFS games in the industry.

There are no large-field tournaments filled with sharks where you have to get lucky just to place.

At PrizePicks, you’re not playing against other people, you’re just playing against the projections, and the guys at PrizePicks have worked hard to give you really attractive opportunities to make some money.

With promo code ‘BALLER’ you can get a 100% match on your deposit up to $100.

Before diving into some solid fantasy score totals this week, we must first cover the PrizePicks scoring format.

The format is PPR, which stands for “point per reception”, meaning every reception is worth one point. Rushing and receiving touchdowns are worth six points and passing touchdowns are worth four points.

Each rushing or receiving yard is worth .1, meaning every 10 yards of either is worth one point. Quarterback passing yards are worth .04, which means every 25 passing yards are worth one point.

If you ever have questions, you can always click the “scoring chart” option above the player selections for each contest. Now let’s get to some solid fantasy score props for this week.

Nick Chubb more than 89.5 rushing yards – This is a great spot for Chubb as the Browns will enter this game as six-point home favorites, which should lead to some additional carries.

Last week, Chubb carried the ball 22 times for 141 rushing yards, and more of the same with Jacoby Brisset under center would seem likely against the Jets this week.

In 2021, the Jets ranked fourth-worst in the league in terms of rushing yards allowed to the running back position by allowing an average of nearly 114 rushing yards per game.

Derek Carr more than 265.5 passing yards – Carr has a solid matchup against Arizona this week, who just allowed Patrick Mahomes to torch them for 360 passing yards.

Carr himself managed to throw for 295 passing yards against a Chargers defense that should be much stronger than this Cardinals defense.

The fact that the total in this game is also projected near 52 points should lead to some additional passing on both sides of the ball and provides plenty of shootout potential.

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