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The Conference Championship round of the NFL playoffs is upon us, which means there are only three games left in the season. Time is limited to capitalize fantasy football and the value of the bets. Here at Pro Football Network, we dive into each individual player who took to the pitch this weekend and see what values ​​may exist. Today, we’ll be looking at Travis Kelce’s DFS value and whether any additional bets are worth it.

Travis Kelce’s DFS Value vs. Bengals

Unsurprisingly, Kelce checks in as the most expensive tight end on the DraftKings list. Despite his price tag of $6,500, it will be hard for fantasy managers to walk away from Kelce this week.

It will be a chalk play, but with just two games on the board, there are few ways to build a lineup. You certainly need something to set your lineups apart. Tight end is a viable spot with George Kittle ($5,000) available, but I can’t recommend it.

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Kittle is an elite tight end, but he’s no Kelce in the fantasy department. He has scored 13.1 PPR Fantasy points in his two playoff games. set. Kelce has scored 23.6 and 28.88.

Although Kelce only had 5 receptions for 25 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs’ first meeting with the Bengals, this offense is buzzing right now. Patrick Mahomes is playing as well as ever, and this game has a total of 54.5, which is 8 points higher than the NFC title game. DFS players must build their rosters around the AFC Championship, and the first player to start with is Kelce.

Travis Kelce Prop Stakes This Weekend

Kelce’s total receiving yards opened at 72.5 (-115) at DraftKings. He’s absolutely wrecked in the postseason so far, averaging 102 receiving yards per game.

However, this season, Kelce has had several contests with low receiving yard totals. He failed to reach 70 receiving yards nine times, including against the Bengals in Week 17.

I’m not sure if I’ll bet myself because I’d rather be more confident, but I’m definitely leaning this way. Kansas City’s offense is firing on all cylinders, and Kelce and Tyreek Hill look unstoppable. I expect the Chiefs to score on at least 70% of their possessions, which means a lot of movement up and down the field.

Kelce receptions are written here.



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