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Here are our favorite Conference Championship ThriveFantasy Player Props.
Conference Championship Games
We’ve made it to the finals in each conference after a chaotic 2020 and we’ve been given two games with all-time classic potential. The NFC leads off the action with the soon-to-be crowned MVP, Aaron Rodgers, squaring off against the G.O.A.T., Tom Brady. I’m taking Antonio Brown (TB) under 3.5 receptions (120 pts) for my first prop since he comes into this weekend with a knee injury, which has kept him on the sidelines at practice this week. Bruce Arians said AB will be given clearance to play without practicing so there’s a chance he dresses and plays limited snaps or that he’s used as a decoy. I’m looking at Aaron Rodgers (GB) over 23.5 completions (105 pts) for my second prop. The Packers could be forced to go to the air a little more this week going against the NFL’s top run defense as the Buccaneers gave up the third-most completions per game in the regular season (26.2). Matt LaFleur won’t be afraid to give the keys to this game to Rodgers.
The AFC Championship Game features the NFL’s best young quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, squaring off against his potential rival for the next decade, Josh Allen. I’m taking a free square with my first prop in this game and take Stefon Diggs (Buf) over 4.5 receptions (70 pts). Diggs has reached six or more catches in 15-of-18 games this season, including his 6/46/1 receiving performance against the Chiefs in Week 6. For my final prop of the weekend, I’m taking Travis Kelce (KC) over 93.5 receiving yards (110 pts). He’s posted 7+ catches in nine straight games while reaching 94+ receiving yards seven times in that span. I’ll be savoring every moment of football that we have left this season and I wish you the best of luck on Conference Championship Weekend. — Tom Brolley