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Two overvalued Titans in AFC title game

We break down what Titans might be overvalued in this weekend’s DFS contests for the AFC title game.

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill scrambles with the ball as Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Chris Wormley chases in the fourth quarter in a AFC Divisional Round playoff football game at M&T Bank Stadium. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Tennessee Titans are visiting the Kansas City Chiefs for the AFC title game Sunday, and there’s not much time left for NFL DFS contests. That being said, we’ve selected a couple Tennessee players who could be overvalued in this weekend’s two-game slate.

Ryan Tannehill, QB ($5,500)

Ryan Tannehill attempted a season low 14 passes against the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card round last week and managed to throw for two touchdowns and run in a score as well. However, the conservative nature of Tennessee’s offense only allowed him to total 18.8 DKFP. It’s unlikely the Titans will want to test an improving Chiefs secondary. The Texans got out to a big start against them in the Divisional round, but they locked things up after an ugly first quarter and are a dangerous unit.

Kalif Raymond ($3,400)

Raymond surprisingly hauled in a 45-yard touchdown reception last week, but don’t expect him to pull off something like that again. His latest score came on just his 10th reception of the year and he’s never been targeted more than three times in a game. He’s only reached double-digits in DKFP in the two games he’s scored in. There are more options in his price range that are more likely to get some touches this weekend.