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49ers vs. Rams MUST BET NFL Player Props & Predictions | NFC Championship Game

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The Los Angeles Rams head back home to SoFi Stadium hoping to host again in two weeks while a third matchup with the division rival San Francisco 49ers awaits to decide a trip to the Super Bowl in Sunday’s NFC Conference Championship Game. The Awesemo team has launched OddsShopper, covering each of the major prop categories for each week throughout 2021-22. We will analyze all the odds at various sportsbooks to identify the best Conference Championship NFL player props available based on the tool’s projected values and odds of success. Below are three of the best NFL prop bets for Sunday’s 49ers vs. Rams NFC Conference Championship Football matchup.

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Best NFL Player Prop Bets: NFC Conference Championship

With the latest groundbreaking features in sports betting featured in OddsShopper, finding your best bets has never been as easy as it is now. With the ability to simply filter, sort and bet, you can now land the best bets and odds in 30 seconds or less. You can even create a Prop Party Parlay with a mix of your own favorite props of the day. Also, be sure to check out OddsShopper’s Matchups Page to see the full breakdown of each game on any given slate.

Matthew Stafford Over 277.5 Yards Passing (Louisiana Betting Offers)

Matthew Stafford is coming off the game of his life as projections suggest the fireworks will continue in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game. Stafford is averaging 291.3 passing yards per game through regular season and playoffs while projecting for 299.7 passing yards against San Francisco, forging OddsShopper‘s 59% expected win rate and 11% return on investment for the over. The 49ers have allowed just 226 passing yards per game to opposing quarterbacks and rank 16th in defensive pass DVOA by Football Outsiders. In their two previous meetings this season, Stafford averaged 240.5 passing yards with a 64.3% completion rate on 23.5 completions per game. Stafford proved last week that the Rams are willing to trust him to throw on the big stage, compiling 41 completions on 55 attempts in his victory over Tampa Bay. He had 41 attempts at most in one outing against San Francisco previously and should the added volume remain, the over on Stafford’s passing yards appears to be a top value for Sunday’s Conference Championship.

Kyle Juszczyk Over 9.5 Yards Receiving (Louisiana Betting Offers)

The 49ers backfield has been an efficient Swiss army knife of options for coach Kyle Shanahan, and Kyle Juszczyk embodies the multi-faceted abilities shared by the group as a poster child representative. Juszczyk is averaging 15.97 receiving yards per game and projects for 20.7 receiving yards against Los Angeles, extending to OddsShopper‘s 72% expected win rate and 37% return on investment for the over. The Rams have surrendered 37.78 receiving yards per game to opposing running backs while ranking 24th in defensive pass DVOA against the running back position. Juszczyk endured his first game all season without a target in the Divisional Round win over Green Bay, which almost assuredly should change against an Los Angeles defense weaker against backs in the passing game. At the same time, backfield mate Elijah Mitchell dons a questionable tag heading into Sunday’s Conference Championship Game after missing practice on Wednesday with a knee injury, suggesting a larger workload for Juszczyk and others. On a single-digit receiving yardage prop for a bulldozer called upon in playoff moments prior, take the over on Juszczyk’s receiving yards at standard juice.

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Jimmy Garoppolo Over 20.5 Completions (Louisiana Betting Offers)

As MVP candidates discuss their next career destinations from an armchair, Jimmy Garoppolo prepares to earn his second trip to the Super Bowl in three seasons thanks in part to his passing abilities. He is averaging 19.29 completions per game through regular season and playoffs while projecting for 21.8 completions against the Rams, resulting in OddsShopper‘s 60% expected win rate and 19% return on investment for the over. Los Angeles allowed the fourth-most completions to opposing quarterbacks with 24.35 completions per game alongside a 66.6% completion rate, ranking 10th in defensive receiver coverage by Pro Football Focus. Garoppolo has slowed his roll on pass attempts in the playoffs averaging just 22 attempts per game thus far while the writing on the wall suggests the only way to slay the Rams a third time is through the air, which he aired out 32 times for 23 completions in their Week 18 win over Los Angeles. At plus money odds on a completion total three less than their previous matchup’s result, grab the over on road dog Garoppolo’s completions.


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Once a man of 12-team teaser parlays and an abundance of season-long fantasy leagues, Chris "TopherSquints" Giordani gradually honed his fascination for sports and plus-money wagers toward Daily Fantasy Sports. A homegrown Awesemo student from the early stages of the site's inception, he became infatuated with the contrarian DFS mindset and eventually combined his passion for writing with Daily Fantasy at the Sports Gambling Podcast's website blog. Currently, Chris Giordani resides in Orange County, California, enjoys binging on stand-up comedy, and long strolls through the DraftKings lobby.

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