Players from each remaining playoff team with bright fantasy football futures

The NFL Conference Championship games are about ready to kick off. Here is one player from each of the remaining teams in the race that can be an asset to your fantasy football team in the future.
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Jameson Williams, Detroit Lions
Jan 14, 2024; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Detroit Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams (9) is introduced to the home crowd. / Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions: Jameson Williams, Wide Receiver

The Detroit Lions are a very complete team that had a terrific 2023 draft that included adding Jahmyr Gibbs and Sam LaPorta. But a player that was a high draft pick not long ago seems to be hitting his stride.

Jameson Williams, a player the Lions took a chance on as a first-round pick in 2022 despite tearing his ACL in the College Football National Championship Game is a player with an upside that is easy to see.

After a quiet rookie season that saw him catch just one pass (which went for a touchdown), Williams caught 24 passes for 354 yards and two touchdowns during the regular season this year. It's been a slow start for Williams, requiring patience on the part of fantasy managers, but it could certainly end up being worth the wait.

With a clean bill of health and having to serve a six-game suspension for gambling this season behind him, Williams has a bright future in front of him. The Lions have Amon-Ra St. Brown as their No. 1 option in the passing game but Williams can become one of the league's better No. 2 guys as soon as the 2024 season.

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This is a guy I would look to buy low on if at all possible. If he is already on your roster, your patience with him is going to pay off.