Somebody once told me, the world was gonna roll me, but that person listened to too much Smash Mouth and definitely doesn’t use my NASCAR picks. More than likely they are somewhere looking kind of dumb, with their finger and their thumb in the shape of an L on their forehead (jokes on them).
Promise that will be all the Smash Mouth puns for this article, but I had to kick it off with one of the most iconic jams of all time as we kick off the 2022 NASCAR All-Star Race At Texas Motor Speedway.
Qualifying is complete for tonight’s 125 lap exhibition race at TMS where one driver will walk away with a. MAJOR bag (ONE MILLION DOLLARS). Right now, it looks like Kyle Larson is the man to beat after posting the fastest 10 lap averages, but regardless of long-run speed, it’s more than likely going to come down to who can kill it in the short run due to formatting.
Tyler Red Dog Reddick is another guy I’m keeping a close eye on, but he has to run through the All-Star Open first. He won the Xfinity race on Saturday, and I have said it time and time again, all he needs is a win to get the mojo right. Well, he finally got that win, and you already know I plugged him in with all my other NASCAR Cup Series Best Bets on Action Network.
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2022 All-Star Race: NASCAR Prop Picks For PrizePicks
#48 Alex Bowman – Under 43.5 Fantasy Points
Things did not look good for Alex Bowman on Saturday Night in Texas, which leads me to believe he is going to have a tough time scoring more than 43.5 Fantasy Points in the All-Star Race. Bowman had the second slowest lap averages next to Christopher Bell and failed to even make the round of 8 in qualifying. It’s truly a shame to see after he was so strong on intermediates last year, and unless they have made significant changes to the car, he’s getting nowhere close to this fantasy score on PrizePicks.
#18 Kyle Busch – Under 27.5 Laps Led
Kyle Busch took home the pole in Texas with the help of his pit crew on Saturday. If you bet on qualifying with the rest of the Garage Fam in the Discord, you’d know that Dale Tanhardt is HOT AF on picks this weekend, and helped you bag with the +600 pick on DraftKings Sportsbook. I have to shift focus now to say that even with a spot on the pole, I don’t think we will see Kyle lead more than 27.5 laps in this race based on his lap averages, so I have to take the under on PrizePicks tonight.
#5 Kyle Larson – Over 11.5 Fastest Laps
Kyle Larson was shredding in practice on Saturday night in Texas, and the fact that this prop is available on the PrizePicks app kinda blows me away. I’m smashing the over on 11.5 fastest laps in this race, and truly think we will see Kyle run shop for a significant portion of the event. I’d like to say I see a win in his future, but there is too much manufactured chaos for me to take that risk so just go with the over here.
#11 Denny Hamlin – Over 8.5 Cars Passed
Ole Dennis just seems to be content af this season, and happy being a team owner in 2022. Last night’s practice and qualifying sessions paint a very volatile picture due to his blistering lap averages and underachieving in qualifying. It seems as if he’s playing with us, and is the reason I’m going all in on him passing 8.5 cars starting P16.
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