TopProp Battleground – Conference Championships


TopProp Fantasy Sports is officially live, bringing you a new way to wager on fantasy football. Are you confident that you have the best team in your league? Great, bet on it. Are you confident that your league mate Bob is going to blow John out of the water this week? Great, bet on it.

Put down your group chat where you talk trash and put your money where your mouth is. That’s what TopProp gives you the ability to do. It also gives you the ability to wager on “Expert” leagues. These can be leagues made up of your favorite fantasy football analysts, industry experts, or anyone else you simply want to wager on. One of those leagues is made up of our experts here at FTN.


Additionally, their recent launch of Battleground allows users to face off head-to-head in player-prop contests with pre-populated spreads set on their fantasy-point matchups.

To help give you an edge ahead of the week at hand, I will walk through a pair of matchups that I found in the Battleground lobby and which way I recommend leaning if you want to claim the contest.

Battleground Matchups of the Week | TopProp FTN Expert League

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Despite the inconsistencies throughout the regular season, I’m fully on board with endorsing Tyreek Hill this week. He exploded last week against the Bills, amassing 13 targets and turning them into 11 catches for 150 yards and a touchdown after only logging five targets in the first round of the playoffs. The up-and-down game-by-game nature has been the story of Hill’s season, but he’s capitalized against exploitable secondaries. While Cincinnati has been able to contain offenses this season, the Chiefs are a different animal, particularly in the postseason. With Hill leading the team with a 22% target share in the playoffs, he’s my preference over Samuel, who could have some tough sledding against Jalen Ramsey and also a stout run defense.

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Because of how potent the Bengals offense has been and how good Joe Burrow has been, Uzomah has seen steady production throughout the postseason. Through two games, he’s totaled 14 targets, catching 13 of them for 135 total yards and a touchdown. While he gets another beatable matchup this week, I like the underdog in Tyler Higbee in this matchup.

Higbee is the clear third, likely fourth option in the passing game for the Rams, but 11 targets through two postseason games shows that he’s far from an afterthought. Higbee has also shown the tendency to step up against the Niners, in particular, as he’s logged three total touchdowns in two games against them this season, highlighted by a 6/55/2 showing earlier in the month of January.

With such volatility at the tight end position, getting a +2.5 bonus for one with a history of success in this matchup is something I will take 10 times out of 10.

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