Take These Lamar Jackson Player Props
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The #1 seed Baltimore Ravens are hosting the #3 seed and reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs this weekend, so you need to be caught up on all of the important player prop options for this game.
Lamar Jackson is set to take home his second MVP trophy since 2019, and will undoubtedly play a large role in this game if the Ravens are to advance to their first Super Bowl appearance since 2012.
Let’s go ahead and take a look at the best Jackson player props for the AFC Championship game this weekend.
Best Lamar Jackson Player Prop vs. Chiefs
Lamar Jackson Over 32.5 Longest Pass Completion (-115)
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This is not the typical player prop that you’ll see for Lamar Jackson, but I believe you should be looking for an out-of-the-box way to bet favorably on him since most of the common props for him (rushing yards, anytime touchdowns, etc.) will be suitably juiced up.
I settled on the longest passing completion because it’s a contrarian option that most people won’t think about given the Chiefs’ rush defense woes. However, the Chiefs have actually allowed the seventh-most pass attempts of 20+ yards this season with 80, and it’s very likely that DC Steve Spagnuolo will put so much defensive attention on stopping the run game that Ravens’ OC Todd Monken could dial up some deep shots downfield.
With his full complement of skill position players (sans J.K. Dobbins) available with Mark Andrews announced to be back from his mid-season ankle injury, Jackson should be plenty willing to push the ball downfield, and if Patrick Mahomes and co. jump out to an early lead, you can be sure that Monken will get aggressive.
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Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+110)
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This is more of an out there play, given that Jackson only scored five rushing touchdowns this regular season, but he did just have two rushing scores against the Texans last week and in a game of extreme importance, you have to think that Jackson will want the ball in his hands as much as humanly possible.
Both Jalen Hurts and Josh Allen were able to score multiple touchdowns against the Chiefs’ rush defense this season, so I believe that Jackson can join that group to score this week. The Chiefs have struggled to effectively defend the run in recent weeks and Jackson should definitely have some options inside the red zone to get the ball in for six.
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