TopProp Battleground – Wild Card Weekend


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 have listed on the Battleground and encourage you to come challenge me.

Battleground Matchups of the Week


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All in on Joe Burrow may be an understatement this weekend. Could it potentially backfire on me? Sure, especially in a matchup with the voluminous quarterback Matthew Stafford against an exploitable Cardinals’ defense. Burrow, however, gets an equally juicy matchup against a Raiders team who have struggled to produce anything on the defensive side since their bye week. Not only is the matchup enticing, but Burrow is currently averaging nearly 100 more passing yards per game at home than on the road this season. As long as Stafford plays the way he has towards the end of the regular season, with errant throws and turnovers, this is a matchup I feel confident in. Disagree? You know where to find it.


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Are you on the Darrel Williams train this week? Please, then I implore you to take this matchup because I am on the opposite side.

Damien Harris needed only 10 carries to log over 110 yards and a touchdown the last time these two teams met and with weather conditions forecasting to be somewhat similar to their first meeting, his 10 carries should be an absolute baseline on Saturday against a team that gave up 19 rushing scores this season. Williams is sure to be involved (heavily) against the Steelers, but with the Chiefs continuing to be a pass-first offense, I will defer to the running back in an opposite situation with a coach that has shown zero hesitation in taking the ball out of Mac Jones’ hands if necessary.

For all of the posted Battleground contests, head to to claim a contest or create your own.

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