Chalk: Nico Collins, Deebo Samuel
Contrary: Odell Beckham Jr., Christian Watson
Beckham Jr. has been quiet over the past month since his revenge game against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14, when he scored 19.7 DraftKings points. Since then, he has yet to top five fantasy points.
However, he began to see his playing time limited as the Ravens went on to clinch the AFC North and the top seed in the conference. While his target share has been unreliable, there is a good chance he will become a vital piece of the offense again this weekend. From Week 9 to Week 14, Beckham Jr. only scored under ten fantasy points once. When his name has been called, he has delivered and is worth consideration in your lineup.
Christian Watson returned from his five-game absence last week but was not needed as the Packers took care of business in Dallas. Watson saw only one target, which he caught for a nine-yard reception. In addition, he played in just over 40% of the team’s total snaps and was clearly on a snap limit. However, the 49ers present a much different challenge, and the Packers might not be in the driver's seat in this one as they were last week. Do not be surprised if Watson’s number is often called on Saturday.
Chalk: George Kittle
Contrary: Luke Musgrave, Tucker Kraft
Both Green Bay tight ends saw three targets last week, but Musgrave had the more significant impact on the box score as he found the endzone on a 38-yard reception. However, Kraft played in just over 30 more snaps than Musgrave. Both tight ends will be given opportunities, as Green Bay will likely play from behind throughout this game. Kraft may be on the field more, but Musgrave may see more opportunities downfield.