Jared Goff Player Prop Locks for NFC Championship vs. 49ers
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The whole country seems to be Detroit Lions fans heading into their NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Under center, Jared Goff is playing much better than the unfair “game manager" label affixed to him over the years. He had his best season in Detroit with 4,575 passing yards, 30 TDs, and just 12 INTs.
Given the Niners’ stout run defense, Goff will need to make plays and connect with his bevy of playmakers: Amon-Ra St. Brown, Sam LaPorta, Josh Reynolds, Jahmyr Gibbs, David Montgomery, and Jameson Williams.
Let’s break down the best Goff props for the NFC Championship Game between Detroit and San Francisco.
All Conference Championship odds used in these props are current as of Monday, Jan. 22.
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Jared Goff Passing Yards Prop
Jared Goff: Over 259.5 Passing Yards
bet365 Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit
Both of these team have formidable rushing defenses and although the Niners allowed Aaron Jones to eclipse 100 rushing yards, that was the exception, not the rule.
Here, I’m expecting the Lions to have to lean on the passing game in lots of second- and third-and-long situations. Furthermore, Detroit should be able to keep San Francisco off balance thanks to its two-back rotation that can confuse defenses on early downs.
Plenty is made about the talent at Brock Purdy‘s disposal, but you certainly can’t sleep on Goff’s weapons, either. The 49ers will have their hands full in this one.
If you don’t have bet365 in your state, take Over 260.5 yards at Caesars for (-111) odds.
Jared Goff Longest Completion Prop
Jared Goff: Over 35.5 Yards Longest Completion
FanDuel Sportsbook • WAGER: 0.5 Units
Again, my view of this game is a moderately high-scoring game with both offenses relying on passing to get the job done. Goff has yet to complete a pass over 33 yards during this postseason, but he has in nine games this year.
The Lions are definitely better in the intermediate pass game with guys like St. Brown and LaPorta carving up defenses to move the chains.
What we need here is Williams to connect on a big play. Unfortunately, he only has three catches over 35.5 yards this season.
However, if you’re feeling bullish that the Lions stick it to the 49ers this week, this is the sort of prop bet to consider.
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