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Conference Championship Underdog Fantasy Pick ‘Em Flowchart
The core plays are going to be my favorite plays this week as your base foundation to start your pick-em entry to maximize. This week, there are two projections I love to get the Underdog Fantasy Pick Em entry started.
Lamar Jackson Higher Than 64.5 Rushing Yards
If the Baltimore Ravens are going to have success on offense in this game, it will be led by Lamar Jackson’s running ability. Last week, Jackson ran for 100 yards on 11 attempts.
Further, the Chiefs allowed at least 70 rushing yards to the quarterback position. When the game is on the line, and the Ravens need offense, I expect Jackson to utilize his rushing ability.
I love the higher on this projection for Conference Championship Weekend Underdog Fantasy Pick ‘Em Entry.
Brandon Aiyuk Higher Than 76.5 Receiving Yards
The San Francisco 49ers come into this NFC Championship game with a potential injury that could open an opportunity for Aiyuk. Deebo Samuel is dealing with a shoulder injury that prevented him from returning to the game in the Divisional Round against the Packers.
The Lions’ defense has allowed at least a 100+ receiver in five straight games. I believe this opens an opportunity for Aiyuk to have a big game against the Lions’ pass defense.
Travis Kelce Higher Than 6 Receptions
When it comes down to it, Patrick Mahomes will find his favorite target Kelce. Kelce has played in six career games against the Ravens and has at least six receptions in each of those games.
In the Wild Card weekend game against the Dolphins, Kelce had 10 targets and seven receptions. I love this Underdog Fantasy Pick Em’ entry for the Conference Championship weekend.
Sam LaPorta Higher Than 5 Receptions
Sam LaPorta is having a fantastic rookie campaign for the Lions’. LaPorta has at least five receptions in 11 games this season including the playoffs. The 49ers allowed at least five receptions to the tight end position in four of the last six games.
I expect LaPorta to be involved in the passing game for the Lions.
Brock Purdy Higher Than 279.5 Passing Yards
If the 49ers are going to have success on offense, it will have to be on the shoulders of Brock Purdy. The Lions’ rush defense has been one of the best positional units this season. However, their pass defense has suffered.
In fact, the Lions have allowed at least 345+ passing yards in five straight games dating back to the regular season. Expect Purdy to toss the football all over the field.
I love the higher on this projection for Conference Championship Underdog Fantasy Pick ‘Em Entry.
Isaiah Pacheco Higher Than 17.5 Receiving Yards
I believe this going to be a sneaky opportunity for Pacheco to be involved in the passing game for the Chiefs. Over the last seven games of the season, the Ravens have allowed six running backs to go higher than this projection.
I love this higher for the Underdog Fantasy Pick ‘Em entry.
Jahmyr Gibbs Higher Than 23.5 Receiving Yards
Jahmyr Gibbs has been involved in the passing game for the Lions’ in the passing game in the postseason. In both playoff games Gibbs has four receptions and at least 40 receiving yards.
Further, in 13 games during the regular season, the 49ers allowed the running back position to go higher than this projection.
I love the higher on this projection for Super Wild Card Weekend Underdog Fantasy Pick ‘Em Entry.
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