The NFL Playoffs get underway this Saturday and online bookmaker Sky Bet is offering new and existing customers the chance to claim a massive price boost that we recommend taking – get 12/1 on Stefon Diggs, DK Metcalf & Antonio Brown all to score a touchdown, with winnings paid in cash.
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How To Claim This 12/1 NFL Boosted Treble
- Visit the Sky Bet website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- The price boost should automatically appear in your betslip if you clicked on our link. If not…
- Select ‘American Football’ from the list of sports that you can bet on
- Select ‘NFL Wildcard Round Treble Price Boost & RequestABet Specials’ from the list
- Click on the yellow ‘12/1’ odds box next to ‘S.Diggs (BUF), D.Metcalf (SEA) & A.Brown (TB) All to Score a Touchdown (Was 9/1)’
- Enter your stake and place your bet (a £10 bet returns £130)
- If Diggs, Metcalf & Brown all to score a touchdown this weekend, Sky Bet will pay out your winnings in cash.
NFL Tips: Why You Should Claim 12/1 Diggs, Metcalf & Brown All To Score
Stefon Diggs: Diggs has been a smash hit in Buffalo since arriving from Minnesota. The talented wide receiver has been the main beneficiary of Josh Allen’s superb 2020 campaign – he was targeted more than any other team-mate by quite some distance and rewarded his QB by hauling in 127 of his 166 targets for 1,535 yards and eight touchdowns. There is absolutely no doubting that Allen will look for him often against Indianapolis and one of those plays could end with Diggs finding paydirt.
DK Metcalf: The highlight reel moment of Metcalf’s season was when he chased down an opposition defender and prevented him from turning a pick into a pick six. But that is not the only great thing that this massive wide receiver has done this season. Metcalf hauled in 83 of his 128 pass attempts for a team-leading 1,303 yards, and 10 of those catches resulted in touchdowns meaning he leads the team in TDs alongside Tyler Lockett. Metcalf had a couple of quiet games against the LA Rams in the regular season, but Russell Wilson has to get him involved in this ‘win or go home’ game and few would be surprised to see Metcalf standing in the endzone after one of his completions.
Antonio Brown: The 2019 season was one to forget for Brown, but he was given a second chance by Tampa Bay in 2020 and it has been a case of so far, so good. Brown showed promising signs of developing a healthy relationship with Tom Brady during his brief stint in New England, and they have picked up from where they left since he became a Buc. He has proven to be a popular target for Brady and last weekend he had a season-high 15 targets for 11 catches, 138 yards and two scores. Brown has found the endzone in each of his last three games, scoring four TDs in total, so it would not surprise anyone to see Brady hit him for six against Washington.